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Innovation Meets Economic Development

Updated: 05/18/2007 - Two groups looking towards the future of economic growth in the Brazos Valley sat down to talk business. Innovation and economic development were on the minds of many at an informational luncheon hosted at the Hilton Friday afternoon.

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Drunk Driver Given Four Life Terms

Posted: 05/18/2007 - A 28-year-old man has been sentenced to four life prison terms after being found guilty last month on three counts of intoxication manslaughter in a traffic accident. Jorge Ivan Arellano was sentenced yesterday in state district court in Brownsville. The judge says the sentences are to run consecutively.

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Texas Senate OK's School Bus Seat Belt Bill

Posted: 05/18/2007 - Down the road, school buses would have to be equipped with seat belts under legislation approved by the Texas Senate. The bill would apply to buses purchased on or after September first of 2010.

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Henderson County Deputies Killed in Shootout

Posted: 05/17/2007 - Authorities say a man with a high-powered rifle shot and killed two Henderson County sheriff's deputies Thursday as they answered a domestic disturbance call.

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Posting Your Correct Address In Navasota

Updated: 05/18/2007 - It is understandable if you are a tourist and you get lost in Navasota. If you live and work there, it raises the question, how is that possible? Public Works Director Gary Johnson says it very easy.

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Summer Rays Require Shades

Updated: 05/18/2007 - Sunglasses are typically plastered on the faces of many celebrities. The current shades even come in all shapes and sizes. Although the trends for sunglasses change each summer, one trend that won't is the importance of wearing them.

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Construction Trade Institute Receives Monetary Help

Updated: 05/18/2007 - Blinn College and Workforce Solutions Brazos Valley have teamed up to create a Construction Trades Training Institute, directed at meeting the needs of construction and trade workers.

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Possible Explosion Leaves 17,000 Houstonians in the Dark

Posted: 05/17/2007 - HOUSTON (AP) - Fire broke out Thursday at an electrical substation in Houston after what some witnesses say was an explosion. Flames could be seen coming from the transformer facility along the Southwest Freeway.

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Odessa School District Sued over Bible Elective

Posted: 05/17/2007 - Two groups sued a West Texas school district on behalf of eight parents who say a Bible course violates their religious liberty. The American Civil Liberties Union and People for the American Way Foundation sued the Ector County Independent School District in a lawsuit filed yesterday.

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Escapee Who Killed Texas Deputy Has Been Executed

Posted: 05/17/2007 - Texas death row inmate Charles Edward Smith has been executed over the 1988 slaying of a West Texas sheriff's deputy. Asked if he had a final statement, Smith replied, "No sir."

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Galveston Authorities Allege Unbelievable Child Abuse

Posted: 05/16/2007 - Galveston authorities arrested an Arkansas man for allegedly placing his infant daughter in a microwave oven, then turning it on. Joshua Mauldin, 19, was in the Galveston County jail Wednesday. His bond is set at $250,000.

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Counseling Could Affect The Cost of Marriage

Updated: 05/17/2007 - The Texas Legislature wants couples planning to get married to put the same amount of effort into making their marriage last as they do into the wedding details. With the stroke of a pen, Governor Rick Perry could increase the cost of marriage licenses from $30 to $60 if the couple applying for the license has not completed any type of marriage counseling.

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Missing Caldwell Toddler Found; One Parent Arrested

Updated: 05/17/2007 - A Caldwell toddler who's been missing for a month is now safe at home, and his parents are charged with kidnapping. The boy's mother, Erica Shae Carter, 25, is charged with kidnapping. She is at Burleson County jail on a $10,000 bond.

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Local Law Enforcers Honor Fallen Protectors

Updated: 05/17/2007 - The College Station Police Department hosted a Law Enforcement Memorial Service to honor their fallen colleagues locally and nationally. Members of area law enforcement branches gathered outside College Station's police headquarters for the ceremony Wednesday.

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Chlorine Reaction Causes CS Hotel Evacuation

Updated: 05/17/2007 - Guests at the Clarion Hotel in College Station were evacuated Wednesday morning following a chlorine reaction at the hotel, according to the College Station Fire Department.

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Dallas Woman on Life Support Gives Birth to Daughter

Posted: 05/16/2007 - A pregnant Dallas high school teacher who was kept on life support after suffering an aneurysm so she could give birth has died following the delivery of her daughter. Stacy Rojas suffered an aneurysm over Easter weekend. She was a little more than 29 weeks' pregnant when Zoe Sofia Rojas was delivered by Caesarean section on Friday.

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Convicted Felon Charged in the Death of a Waco Woman

Posted: 05/16/2007 - A man recently sentenced to life in prison has been charged with capital murder in the death of a 64-year-old Waco woman. Gloria Campos Viera died from smoke inhalation after being beaten by a burglar who set fire to her home a year ago

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Fallen Brenham Hero Comes Home

Updated: 05/15/2007 - It was a tearful reception for a hero's final homecoming. Friends and Family of Private First Class Larry Guyton, 22, of Brenham gathered at a Conroe airport Tuesday to escort their fallen soldier to his final resting place.

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From the Corps XVII: Serge Shkuro

Updated: 08/04/2007 - Young men and women from all walks of life join Texas A&M's Corps of Cadets. That's all too apparent when you look at Serge Shkuro, whose journey from the Sea of Japan to the seat of Aggieland has him living out his dreams.

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Bryan Picks New Water Boss

Updated: 05/15/2007 - A revamped Bryan city water department has a new leader. City Manager David Watkins decided to promote from within in naming Jayson Barfknecht as the new director of Bryan Water Services.

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