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Special Severe Weather Blog

Updated: 06/04/2007 - Keep up to date with the latest advisories and reports with the potential for severe weather throughout the Brazos Valley.

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Grimes County Shooting Victim Had History of Mental Illness

Updated: 06/05/2007 - The Grimes County District Attorney's Office said Monday the victim in Sunday's shooing in Bedias had a history of metal illness. Family and friends of Christopher Miller told investigators they were trying to get the College Station man help.

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Cultural Center Opens in Bryan

Posted: 06/04/2007 - A center promoting peace around the world has found a home in Bryan. The Cultural Center for Raindrop Foundation and Institute of Interfaith Dialog opened its doors Monday at 4031 East 29th Street.

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Architect Creates More Than Buildings

Updated: 06/04/2007 - A local architecture professor proves he can do more than just blueprints. A reception was held Sunday afternoon at the Brazos Valley African-American Museum for Robert Schiffhauer.

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College Station Man Arrested for Burglary of a Habitation

Updated: 06/04/2007 - A College Station man has been arrested for allegedly breaking into a house and trying to haul stolen goods away in a suitcase. College Station police say Emmitt Monroe Junior, 38, was arrested Sunday afternoon in the 1000 block of Welch Street.

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Grimes County Deputy Shoots, Kills Man in Bedias

Updated: 06/04/2007 - Texas Rangers are investigating a Sunday morning fatal shooting in Grimes County. The Grimes County Sheriff's Office says it happened at 1:24 a.m. on FM 2620 in Bedias.

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Newspaper Finds Cheating Continues on TAKS Test

Posted: 06/03/2007 - A newspaper analysis shows tens of thousands of students across Texas continue to cheat on the TAKS test, despite claims by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) that cheating on the standardized exam is a rarity.

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Somerville Woman Injured in Two Vehicle Accident

Updated: 06/03/2007 - College Station police are investigating an accident that seriously injured a Somerville woman. Police say it happened around 1 p.m. Saturday near the intersection of Raymond Stotzer Parkway and Discovery Drive.

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Two Injured in College Station Accident

Updated: 06/03/2007 - A Saturday morning accident in College Station shut down a section of Highway 6. College Station police say it happened around 3 a.m. in the 2400 block of South Highway 6.

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Two Day Prostitution Sting Yields Big Results

Updated: 06/03/2007 - A two day prostitution sting conducted by the Bryan Police Department's Directed Deployment Team (DDT) resulted in eight arrests. Police say on Thursday and Friday, DDT targeted individuals soliciting prostitution from undercover officers and the middle men who promote prostitution.

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Restoring A Historic Library in Franklin

Updated: 06/02/2007 - The Carnegie Library of Robertson County has seen better days. In the 1900's it was Mary Cole's great grandfather who believed Franklin deserved a library.

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Preparing Tomorrow's Football Playmakers

Updated: 06/02/2007 - Dreams of Friday Night Lights motivated several area athletes to spend their Saturday tossing around the pigskin. About 50 area kids in 4th through the 8th grade took part in the 2nd Annual Hearne Football Connection Camp

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Trial Attorney Tests Chances in Challenging Cornyn

Updated: 06/02/2007 - A San Antonio trial lawyer is considering a challenge to Republican United States Senator John Cornyn in 2008. Democrat Mikal Watts filed paperwork Friday to establish an exploratory committee.

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Three Arrested, One Sought in 'Chilling' New York Plot

Updated: 06/02/2007 - Authorities say they've disrupted a terror plot that could have caused "unthinkable" devastation. They say the aim was to set off explosives in a fuel line that feeds New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport and runs through residential neighborhoods.

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Ags Done At WCWS

Posted: 06/02/2007 - Baylor has eliminated the Texas A&M softball team from the Women's College World Series, 7-4.

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Brenham Armed Robbery Suspect Arrested

Posted: 06/01/2007 - Brenham Police have arresteda man in connection with an armed robbery. Just after 11p.m. on Thursday night, police said Christopher Anthony Green,21, approached a group of men outside Jud's Number One store in the 1300 block of Prairie Lea.

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U.S. Citizenship To Carry An Expensive Price Tag

Posted: 06/01/2007 - Pro-immigrant marches and rallies have taken place in cities across the country to demonstrate how immigrants want to be treated with dignity and respect. Angelita Garcia Alonzo, a Santa Teresa Catholic Church community volunteer said, for immigrants, there is only one real way for that to happen.

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Navasota Changes TAKS Policy for Graduation Ceremonies

Posted: 06/01/2007 - Bryan ISD decided against changing its policy that does not allow seniors to walk at graduation if they haven't passed the TAKS test. In Navasota, however, it's a different story.

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Local Officials Prepare as Hurricane Season Arrives

Updated: 06/03/2007 - The calm of 2006 could not erase memories of the storms of 2005, and the impact it had on the Twin Cities, though the preparation for all emergency events goes year-round.

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Site Offers Info on Presidential Search

Posted: 06/01/2007 - Aggies can keep up with the search for a new university president with the click of a mouse. Texas A&M has created a link on its web site that updates the search process for the 23rd president.

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Report Links More Cases of Salmonella to Peanut Butter

Posted: 06/01/2007 - A new federal report shows the number of people sickened by salmonella-tainted peanut butter has now topped 600. A report in March put the number at 425. Now, it's 628, in 47 states. Only Hawaii, New Hampshire and Utah have reported no illnesses.

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Suspect Slips Cuffs and Flees in Patrol Cruiser

Posted: 06/01/2007 - Authorities were searching for a man who escaped his handcuffs during a traffic stop and then fled in a patrol car with an assault rifle on board. As of last night, 39-year-old Fidel Perez had been on the lam for more than 24 hours.

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