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Virginia Tech Shooting Site Reopened

Posted: 06/18/2007 - BLACKSBURG, Va. (AP) - Just two months after a Virginia Tech student went on a rampage, killing 32 people before committing suicide, the university is reopening Norris Hall. The second-floor classrooms where Seung-Hui Cho shot 25 students and five faculty members will not be used again.

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Space Station Tests Look Successful

Posted: 06/18/2007 - INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION (AP) - It looks like they've passed the latest test. NASA says everything "looks good," after another test of some crucial computers today aboard the international space station. And that makes it likely that the shuttle Atlantis will return home later in the week.

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AG's Opinion Sought on Craddick Strong-Arm Tactics in Texas House

Posted: 06/18/2007 - AUSTIN (AP) - Two Republican legislators on Monday asked the Texas attorney general to weigh in on GOP House Speaker Tom Craddick's handling of a coup attempt. Representatives Jim Keffer of Eastland and Byron Cook of Corsicana are asking Attorney General Greg Abbott for an opinion on Craddick's parliamentary rulings.

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Storms, Flooding Wreak Havoc in North Texas

Updated: 06/18/2007 - GAINESVILLE (AP) - Two people have died after heavy rain unleashed devastating flash floods in parts of North Texas today, including Sherman and Gainesville. The National Weather Service estimates at least eight inches of rain fell in some spots early Monday.

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Final Space Station Computer Test Today

Updated: 06/18/2007 - JOHNSON SPACE CENTER, Houston (AP) - Some computer tests today will help determine if shuttle Atlantis will stay docked at the international space station for an extra day. The space station computers that crashed last week were revived over the weekend. Today's test will determine whether they are ready to control the space station's orientation.

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Fight Over Kids' Insurance

Posted: 06/18/2007 - WASHINGTON (AP) - As Congress prepares to renew a health insurance program for children, state officials and the Bush administration are at odds. The states support a bill that would more than triple funding for the program, to over 15 billion dollars. This would allow them to continue to provide health insurance to children whose family incomes are above the threshold originally set.

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Car Burglars Caught in the Act

Updated: 06/18/2007 - College Station Police say a Bryan man responsible for eleven car burglaries is behind bars. Around 5:00 a. m. Sunday morning, officers spotted Reynaldo Castelan, 18, and another man looking into cars in the parking lot of the Campus View Apartments.

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College Station Stabbing Suspect Sent To The Hospital

Updated: 06/18/2007 - A College Station man will face charges for stabbing a man after he is released from the hospital. Police say Ramiro Flores of College Station threatened Salvador Diaz with a gun outside Margarita Rocks early Sunday morning.

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Crime Spree in Grimes County Lands One in Jail

Updated: 06/17/2007 - Bedias resident Travis Hough said a loud noise woke him up before dawn Sunday. He went to find out what the noise was and what he discovered had him fearful for his life.

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Investigation Continues into Bryan Car Wash Stabbing

Updated: 06/18/2007 - Bryan police continue their investigation into a stabbing at a Bryan car wash. Police say Scott Gibbs of Bryan was stabbed by another man when an argument turned violent Saturday afternoon.

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Tennessee Parade Crash Claims Six Lives

Updated: 06/17/2007 - Selmer, Tenn. (AP) - Authorities in Selmer, Tennessee, now say six people died after a drag-racing car went out of control and careened into a crowd of spectators.

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Bryan Police Investigate Car Wash Stabbing

Updated: 06/17/2007 - An argument turned violent at a Bryan car wash Saturday afternoon. Bryan police say around 2 p.m. a fight broke out between two men outside a car wash on Martin Luther King Jr. Street.

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A Robot Experiences The Great Outdoors

Updated: 06/17/2007 - The only surgical robot in the Brazos Valley took its first road trip Saturday. The Da Vinci surgical robot was on display at Gander Mountain.

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Bryan Attracts Thousands With Steak and Wine Festival

Updated: 06/16/2007 - After a year and a half in the making, city of Bryan workers were in full force Friday afternoon and night, to get the first ever Texas Reds: Steak and Grape Festival up and running on time. "We were out here last night setting up til about three in the morning. So, we had crews working all night to make sure we're ready to go," Bryan's Division Manger of Parks and Recreation David Schmitz said.

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Fire Breaks Out in Attic of Bryan Home

Updated: 06/17/2007 - Fire officials are investigating a fire that damaged the attic of a Bryan home Saturday afternoon. Bryan fire officials say the fire broke out just before 1:30 a.m. at a home in the 500 block of Hensel Avenue.

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Miracle Cookies

Updated: 06/17/2007 - Cookie lovers treated themselves to the sweet treat for an even sweeter cause. On Saturday, the newest Blue Baker location on University Drive hosted the restaurant's 2nd annual "Cookies for Kids Day" benefiting Children's Miracle Network of the Brazos Valley.

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Perry Signs Texas' New Budget

Posted: 06/16/2007 - Governor Rick Perry Friday signed the nearly $153 billion two-year state budget.

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