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Murder in Montgomery County

Posted: 07/29/2007 - Montgomery County Sheriff's detectives arrest a 44-year old man for muder.

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Taking Aim At Crime

Updated: 07/30/2007 - Some of Brazos County's sharpest shooters showed off their skills on Saturday to help fight crime. They all took part in the 4th annual Brazos County Crimestoppers Dove Tune-up at the Tonkaway Ranch in College Station.

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Normangee Supports Coach's Son

Updated: 07/30/2007 - Large crowds coming out to support Normangee's football home team is normal. However, the gathering that formed inside the cafeteria of the Normangee Independent School District was to show support for a member of head football coach Brian Mullinnix's personal home team.

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A&M Awarded Millions for Research Recruitment

Posted: 07/27/2007 - Texas A&M University System now has a $6 million carrot to dangle in front of prospective researchers. Governor Rick Perry announced the state grant Friday for the school's Texas Institute for Preclinical Studies.

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A&M Professor: Texas's Drought is Over

Updated: 07/27/2007 - Plenty of rain through much of Texas the past year has led weather officials Thursday to declare that the drought is over.

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A&M Regents Approve College of Nursing

Updated: 07/27/2007 - Getting a bachelor's degree in nursing may soon be available in the Brazos Valley. The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents on Friday approved establishing a College of Nursing at the A&M Health Science Center.

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Two News Helicopters Collide in Phoenix

Updated: 07/27/2007 - Two news helicopters collided and crashed Friday while covering a police chase on live television, killing four people on board.

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Changes Inside and Out at Local Emergency Room

Updated: 07/30/2007 - A newly remodeled emergency room is making all the difference for patients and doctors at one local health care facility. The St. Joseph Regional Health Center's ER has received a makeover of monumental proportions.

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Name Changes on the Way For Some A&M Agriculture Programs

Updated: 07/27/2007 - Some name changes are on the way for the Texas A&M Agriculture Program. The System's Board of Regents met early Friday and approved name changes for both the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station and the Texas Cooperative Extension.

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Montgomery County Company Supplied Sabotaged NASA Computer

Updated: 07/27/2007 - MIAMI (AP) - A Houston-area company supplied a sabotaged computer that's to fly aboard shuttle Endeavour next month. Conroe-based Invocan announced Friday the company has not yet identified suspects or motives.

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New Details on Tillman's Death

Posted: 07/27/2007 - SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Army medical examiners were suspicious about the close proximity of the three bullet holes in Pat Tillman's forehead and tried without success to get authorities to investigate whether the former NFL player's death amounted to a crime, according to documents obtained by The Associated Press. "The medical evidence did not match up with the, with the scenario as described," a doctor who examined Tillman's body after he was killed on the battlefield in Afghanistan in 2004 told investigators.

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Brother Defends Soldier Charged in Human Smuggling Case

Posted: 07/27/2007 - LAREDO, Texas — Sgt. Julio Cesar Pacheco was a changed man when he came home from a tour in Iraq. His older brother says he saw a difference in him. Now, the younger Pacheco is the alleged ringleader among three Texas National Guard soldiers accused of conspiring to smuggle more than 100 illegal immigrants past a U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint they were assigned to monitor.

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Clues Sought in Corpus Christi FFA Animal Killings

Posted: 07/27/2007 - CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Police are investigating the killing of two goats and a sheep at the school district's agricultural barns. District spokeswoman Lorette Winters said a parent found the dead goats Thursday morning. The badly injured sheep died later that day.

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Conroe Mayor to Address SHSU Grads

Posted: 07/27/2007 - Sam Houston State University and its August commencement speaker have a lot in common. L. T. "Tommy" Metcalf is known by his first name, which is often the case with SHSU, known affectionately as plain old "Sam." Metcalf is a Sam Houston State University graduate. His son, Will, is graduating at one of the two commencement exercises at which he will speak.

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Sabotage of NASA Computer by Worker Who Cut Wires

Posted: 07/27/2007 - CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) - NASA says a space program worker deliberately damaged a computer that's supposed to fly on shuttle Endeavour next month. NASA announced the act of sabotage was caught before the equipment was loaded onto the spaceship. The worker also damaged a similar computer that was not meant to fly to space.

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Southwest Looks at Ways to Board Families

Posted: 07/27/2007 - NEW YORK (AP) - Can airlines do a better job of accommodating families? That's the question Dallas-based Southwest Airlines is asking by experimenting with various ways to board and seat traveling families.

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Report Claims Heavy Alcohol Use by Some Astronauts Before Launch

Posted: 07/27/2007 - CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) - A report says an independent health panel studying NASA astronauts found some had "heavy use of alcohol" before launch. Details are the trade journal: Aviation Week & Space Technology. Aviation Week reports the alcohol use by astronauts was within the standard 12-hour "bottle-to-throttle" rule applied to NASA flight crew members.

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Dallas Tank Explosions Similar to 2005 St. Louis Blasts

Posted: 07/27/2007 - DALLAS (AP) - Investigators have found similarities between this week's fiery blasts at a Texas gas facility and 2005 explosions at a Missouri plant. The U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board has begun its probe of Wednesday's accident in Dallas that left three people hurt.

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Harris County Swamped with Young Offenders No Longer Taken by TYC

Posted: 07/27/2007 - HOUSTON (AP) - Harris County officials say they need more space to detain juvenile offenders or they run the risk of letting dangerous youths on the street. The county is working to absorb hundreds of young criminals that the Texas Youth Commission is no longer accepting.

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