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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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Symptoms for Early Detection of Ovarian Cancer

Updated: 06/16/2007 - The silent killer may no longer be silent. Cancer experts have identified some symptoms that can alert women to be tested for ovarian cancer. The disease ranks fifth in cancer deaths among women.

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Bryan Selects Finalists for Key City Positions

Updated: 06/16/2007 - Two high-profile positions within the city of Bryan are up for grabs, and interviews begin next week. That's after finalists were named Friday for both the chief of police and the newly created public works director position.

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Local Man's Green Thumb Becomes Internet Success

Updated: 06/16/2007 - A Bryan man's green thumb has become a world-wide web success. Seven years ago, gardner Dave Whitinger would search the web for places to trade and buy seeds and plants.

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Duke Prosecutor Nifong Quits Amid Ethics Trial

Updated: 06/15/2007 - RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - After acknowledging that he made blunders during the Duke lacrosse rape case, prosecutor Mike Nifong says he is stepping down from his post as district attorney of Durham County, North Carolina. He made the tearful announcement from the witness stand of his ethics trial, saying his "community has suffered enough."

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State Gas Prices Continue to Decline

Posted: 06/15/2007 - Retail gasoline prices fell this week across Texas for the third week in a row after reaching record levels.

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Texas Man with TB Found, Getting Treatment

Posted: 06/15/2007 - HOUSTON (AP) - Texas officials say a man with tuberculosis is in protective custody and undergoing treatment in San Antonio. Experts say Lemone Yowman's form of the disease is different than the drug-resistant strain an Atlanta lawyer is being treated for.

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Legislator Calls for Outside Review of Houston Crime Lab

Posted: 06/15/2007 - HOUSTON (AP) - A state lawmaker from Houston says local authorities should accept a recommendation to appoint a "special master" to review hundreds of criminal cases believed to be tainted by problems in the police crime lab. Houston Mayor Bill White, Police Chief Harold Hurtt and Harris County District Attorney Chuck Rosenthal have said they don't see a need for the independent monitor called for in a report issued this week.

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Eleven Arrested in College Station Drug Bust

Posted: 06/15/2007 - A drug bust in College Station puts eleven people behind bars. Acting on a search warrant Thursday afternoon, investigators with the College Station Police Department's Special Investigations Unit responded to a residence in the 800 block of Val Verde. There they found a marijuana growing operation, consisting of ten plants.

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Bryan's Most Wanted Now in Custody

Updated: 06/15/2007 - A man we first reported to you Wednesday night as being one of Bryan's most wanted is now in police custody.

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Old Glory Retired

Updated: 06/15/2007 - Flag Day was celebrated Thursday across America and here in the Brazos Valley. The American Legion, Earl Graham Post 159, along with the Brazos Heritage Society held a flag retirement ceremony at Heritage Park in Bryan.

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