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A Family Disturbance Ends In Gunfire

Updated: 05/06/2007 - Just after 5 p.m. Saturday, Grimes County Sheriff deputies responded to a call that shots had been fired at a residence off FM 39 on Sleepy Hollow Lane. Grimes County Sheriff, Don Sewell said initial details only revealed that someone had suffered a gunshot wound.

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Bryan Prostitution Sting Yeilds Big Results

Updated: 05/06/2007 - Bryan Police Department's Directed Deployment Team (DDT) arrested seven people Friday for a combined 12 charges, including solicitation of prostitution and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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Bryan Man Arrested in Northgate Stabbing

Updated: 05/06/2007 - It's the second time in the past month, an argument has turned violent at a Northgate bar. College Station police say the incident happened around 1 a.m. Saturday at the Library bar, which is located in the 300 block of University Drive.

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Brazos Christian Breaks Ground on Sports Additions

Posted: 05/04/2007 - Brazos Christian celebrated a momentous occasion Friday when the private school officially broke ground on its new sports complex. The $2.2 million addition includes a new gym, with stage and locker rooms, and a new football stadium.

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TAMU Enacts 'Code Maroon' for Campus Alerts

Updated: 05/05/2007 - You have heard of code red and code blue, but now code maroon is hitting Texas A&M. With the tragedy of Virginia Tech, Texas colleges are taking extra precautions to keep their students informed and safe.

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College Station ISD Preparing For The Worst

Posted: 05/04/2007 - On Thursday, administration officials at A&M Consolidated High School were forced to deal with a scary scenario that many schools across America have dealt with recently. Superintendent Eddie Coulson, said school officials were immediately notified when a student acted on his desire to purchase a gun.

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House Votes to put "Under God" in Texas Pledge

Posted: 05/04/2007 - The Texas House voted today to inject a little religion into the Texas pledge. House lawmakers voted 124-to-5 to put the words "under God" in the Texas pledge of allegiance recited by thousands of school children every day.

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End-of-Life Care Compromise

Posted: 05/04/2007 - A Senate panel has approved a bill that would give families more time to find alternative care for a dying relative when a hospital decides continuing treatment is futile. The bill passed last night by the Senate Health and Human Services committee gives families at least 21 days to transfer a relative to another facility.

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Motorcycle Driver Critical After Accident

Posted: 05/04/2007 - One man is in critical condition following a Thursday night accident. College Station Police say the accident at Southwest Parkway and Anderson involved a motorcycle and a car.

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Industry Man Indicted in Online Sting

Updated: 05/04/2007 - An Austin County man, who police say tried to solicit sex from a teenager, was indicted Thursday by a Brazos County grand jury. Steve Huebner, 41, was indicted on six counts of online solicitation of a minor.

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House Bill Passes Allowing More Money To Go To State Parks

Updated: 05/03/2007 - Environmentalists have being lobbying for months for members of the Texas legislature to increase funding for state parks. Brazos Environmental Action Network member, Hugh Stearns said compared to other states, Texas ranks second from the bottom.

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Cameron Sexual Assault Suspect Arrested

Updated: 05/04/2007 - Law enforcement officials in Milam County have arrested a man in connection with a sexual assault of a 69-year-old woman. A joint investigation of the Milam County Sheriff's Office and Cameron Police Department led to the arrest of Lloyd Nelson, 18.

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Finding Missing Seniors Faster

Updated: 05/04/2007 - The State House will soon decided whether to endorse a bill that would create a "Silver Alert" system for missing seniors. The senate already passed the bill unanimously.

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The Med Weighs In On An Important Cause

Updated: 05/04/2007 - The College Station Medical Center has been hard at work for a good cause. The Med hosted the Dime-Drive fundraiser, a hospital-wide event that collected coins for the March of Dimes.

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CS Student Arrested For Trying To Buy Gun

Updated: 05/04/2007 - A potentially catastrophic situation was averted today at A&M Consolidated High School. School officials say they were informed a 15-year old student was trying to buy a gun so he could kill classmates who had made fun of him in the past.

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Bryan Mayoral Race: Conlee vs. Moore

Posted: 05/03/2007 - A pair of Bryan residents, Mark Conlee and Mary Kaye Moore, are looking to become the city's next mayor. The current seat-holder, Ernie Wentrcek, has chosen not to run for a second term.

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From the Corps XVI: Nick Gonzales

Updated: 08/04/2007 - Nick Gonzales grew up west of Houston in the community of Brookshire. It's not a place known for farming, but one home-grown talent is rising through the ranks as a Texas A&M cadet.

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Texas Senate to Consider "Top 10" Changes

Posted: 05/03/2007 - Some advocates for black and Latino students have urged Texas lawmakers to preserve the top ten percent university admissions law. The decade-old law faces debate today in the Texas Senate as legislators consider limiting the program.

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Storms Hit Texas... Again

Updated: 05/03/2007 - Storms dumped rain on parts of Texas Wednesday, with flooding in Odessa and the recovery of a body in the San Antonio area. What started as a high water rescue led to the discovery of a woman's body in another flooded vehicle.

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Solving The Flooding in Hearne

Updated: 05/03/2007 - Hearne's mayor, Ruben Gomez said the city made improvements to the city's drainage system to do their part to alleviate flood problems and he wants the Texas Department of Transportation to do theirs. "For the most part it went well yesterday, but our main concern was on Highway 6 and Highway 79," Gomez said.

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Highway 6 Accident Slows Down Morning Commuters

Posted: 05/02/2007 - A traffic accident in the 100 block of North Earl Rudder Freeway slowed drivers down Wednesday morning. Around 8 o'clock police say Adrienne Martin, 34, of Hearne was unsafely changing lanes.

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Brazos Christian Students to Finish School Year

Updated: 05/03/2007 - A ruling has been made in a controversial case involving eight Brazos Christian students who'd been kicked off campus. The court Wednesday sided with the students by issuing a temporary injunction which stops the expulsions. This will allow all eight students to finish out the school year.

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