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Spirit of Aggieland Reunites Aggie with Symbol of Pride

Updated: 04/16/2007 - Aggie's and ring day go hand and hand. It's a tradition many wait for their whole collegiate life. However, Aggie alum, Daryl Boyne has had a hard time keeping track of his precious ring.

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Mourners Attend Service for Slain Aggie Coed

Updated: 04/14/2007 - Friends and family of slain A&M student Tynesha Stewart gathered together Saturday to remember the woman whose ex- boyfriend confessed to killing and dismembering her in his north Harris County apartment.

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Rockin' The Duck Pond

Updated: 04/14/2007 - The cooler weather did not stop country fans from turning out for the 2007 Duck Jam. Thousands are expected to attend this year's concert, which benefits Duck's Unlimited.

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Parents Experience More of A&M

Updated: 04/14/2007 - You may have noticed the local streets covered in maroon and white. That is because parents have flocked to College Station for parent's weekend at Texas A&M.

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A Big Cookie For a Big Cause

Updated: 04/14/2007 - A super sweet treat was served up for an even sweeter cause. On Saturday, the Great American Cookie Company and Post Oak Mall presented what they say was the largest chocolate chip cookie to be made in the Brazos Valley.

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The Gates of Learning Unveiled

Updated: 04/14/2007 - Braving the cold temperatures and winds, many gathered in front of the Becky Gates Children's Center for the chance to say hello to the Gates family. Texas A&M's former first family returned to Aggieland, to see the matriarch receive a special honor.

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Lawmakers Hault Privatization of Toll Roads

Posted: 04/13/2007 - Reports and surveys all say Texas is growing, and no where is it more noticeable than on Texas highways. One popular plan to alleviate current and future congestion is the Trans-Texas Corridor 69.

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World Renown Physicist Headed To Aggieland

Posted: 04/13/2007 - Famous for his theories on black holes and best-selling books about the universe, Cambridge physicist Stephen Hawking will make his second appearance at Texas A&M.

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BLOG: Severe Weather Recap

Updated: 04/14/2007 - Look back at the events that took place from a Friday that saw 91 total reports of severe weather throughout the southern plains and several severe weather warnings for the Brazos Valley. Read over reports and feel free to submit comments.

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Severe Storms Possible

Updated: 04/13/2007 - There is a moderate risk for severe thunderstorms through late Friday evening, which includes the threats for large hail, damaging winds, and tornadoes.

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Parents' Weekend at Texas A&M University

Posted: 04/13/2007 - Thousands of moms and dads are flooding the streets of College Station to take part in the annual Parents' Weekend at Texas A&M University. Starting Friday and continuing through Sunday, the University will be hosting several events on campus that give a taste of Aggieland.

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Ski Fort Worth?

Posted: 04/13/2007 - A development group is pitching plans for a theme park that would give people a chance to snow ski and ice skate in Fort Worth during the summer. Developers of the Coolzone Winterplex park shared their vision for the 696 (m) million dollar project yesterday as they sought backing from investors.

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House Votes to Move Texas Primary to February

Posted: 04/13/2007 - The Texas House gave tentative approval to moving the state's primary elections from March to February. That would give one of the country's largest states a greater say in nominating presidential candidates.

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Texas Moves Closer to Getting Rid of TAKS in High School

Posted: 04/13/2007 - The Texas Senate Education Committee approved a bill that would revamp the way student learning is measured in upper grades. Elementary and middle school students would still take the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills, or TAKS.

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Remembering a Fallen Aggie

Updated: 04/13/2007 - Friends and family will gather together Saturday to remember an Aggie freshman who was killed over spring break. Services for Tynesha Stewart will be held tomorrow at the Nimitz High School auditorium in Houston from 3:00pm - 6:00pm. All are invited to celebrate Stewart's life.

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Longtime Brazos County Commissioner Dies

Updated: 04/13/2007 - Back in 1953, Walter Wilcox was in high school at Stephen F. Austin when he began working for Brazos County. Two decades later, he was elected a county commissioner.

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CS Plans to Develop with New Staff Member

Posted: 04/12/2007 - A key position on College Station's city staff has been filled. Robert Cowell will take on the role of director of planning and development services.

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Corsicana Man Accused of Robbery, Kidnapping

Updated: 04/13/2007 - It was quite a day for one Grimes County man who says he was kidnapped at gunpoint, forced to drive to Huntsville and robbed. All by the same person.

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From One Championship To Another

Updated: 04/13/2007 - As if winning the national title wasn't enough, the Texas A&M Men's Polo Team is still knee deep in competition.

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