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Lawmakers Vote Down Bill Capping Top 10 Percent Admissions

Posted: 05/28/2007 - The Texas House last night rejected a bill that would have capped the number of students automatically admitted to public universities under the state's top ten percent law. The current law primarily affects UT-Austin and, to a lesser degree, Texas A&M University in College Station.

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Milam County Teen Rescued from River

Posted: 05/27/2007 - A Cameron driver escaped serious injury Friday night when she swerved off FM 486 and into the Little River. Sheriff officials say Magory Gonzales was travelling north when she struck a guard rail and rolled her vehicle into the river.

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Aggie Baseball Team Makes History

Updated: 05/28/2007 - No. 11 Texas A&M pounded out a season-high 20 hits en route to earning its first Big 12 Tournament championship on Sunday with a 14-6 win over Baylor at Bricktown Ballpark.

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Game Wardens Enforcing Safety During the Rain

Updated: 05/28/2007 - Gray skies are not enough to keep visitors, like Ernie Goode away from Lake Bryan. "We figured we're going be in the water anyway," Goode said.

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Texas Task Force 1 Shifted to Waco

Updated: 05/28/2007 - In anticipation of heavy rainfall, the Governor's Division of Emergency Management will shift some of its water rescue equipment and crew from San Antonio to Waco.

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Memorial Day Closings

Updated: 05/28/2007 - In observance of Memorial Day, many businesses in the area will be closed. All Bryan and College Station municipal offices and the Brazos County Courthouse will not be open.

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Memorial Day Services

Updated: 05/28/2007 - Memorial Day events are planned throughout the Brazos Valley. Monday, The Veterans of Foreign Wars will honor those who have died in the line of duty.

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Grimes County Town Hits the Century Mark

Updated: 05/27/2007 - Despite the rain, the town of Richards observed a historic milestone, as residents celebrated the town's 100th birthday. The town of Richards was established back in 1907 thanks in large part to the railroad.

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Aggies Off To Oklahoma City For World Series

Updated: 05/27/2007 - Amanda Scarborough threw her 10th shutout of the season and Jami Lobpries drove in three RBIs as the 7th-ranked Texas A&M softball team (46-12) advanced to the NCAA Women's College World Series with a 2-0 win over the Florida Gators (50-22) Saturday evening at the Aggie Softball Complex.

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Kimbrough Named A&M System Deputy Chancellor

Updated: 05/27/2007 - A lawyer who investigated abuse allegations in the state's youth prison system will become deputy chancellor of the Texas A&M University System.

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Craddick Survives Spectacle on Texas House Floor

Posted: 05/26/2007 - After a rough battle over House Speaker Tom Craddick's political career over night, lawmakers resumed business Saturday with the veteran Republican still presiding.

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Towering Change Could Come to CS Southside Historical Area

Updated: 05/26/2007 - The Hillel Foundation building has served College Station's Jewish Community, in particular Texas A&M students, for over 50 years. Now, Hillel Foundation's Peter Tarlow said growth is calling for a change.

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Chemical Spill Causes Evacuation At TAMU

Updated: 05/25/2007 - The spill of a volatile chemical inside the Chemistry building at Texas A&M, Friday, caused an evacuation. The spill of Bromine was less than a quarter of a liter, but it was enough to put the building into lockdown and bring seven fire trucks to the scene.

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Local Prison Program Receives Top Honors

Updated: 05/25/2007 - A truly unique prison program at the Hamilton Unit in Bryan received top honors from the state. The Prison Entrepreneurship Program or PEP was recognized with the 2007 Governor's Criminal Justice Volunteer Service Award.

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CS Apartment Complex Catches Fire

Updated: 05/25/2007 - No one was injured when fire broke out at a college station apartment complex Friday afternoon.

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New Shuttle Exhibit to Open Today

Posted: 05/25/2007 - A new exhibit at the Kennedy Space Center gives the public a chance to experience what astronauts go through during space shuttle launches. "Shuttle Launch Experience" opens today at Cape Canaveral, Florida.

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