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Beyond the Gates -- Part 1

Updated: 02/04/2007 - Robert Gates left a lasting legacy at Texas A&M. Now, his departure has left a major task for the university. The process to find a replacement has just begun, but already, the ideals needed to lead the university are being discussed.

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Aggies Camp Out at Reed Arena for Super Party

Updated: 02/04/2007 - While most Brazos Valley residents watched Super Bowl 41 in the comfort of their homes, or in other places, that wasn't the case for some. Texas A&M students waiting to get in for Monday night's basketball game against Texas chose to watch the game outdoors at Reed Arena.

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Making Super Bowl History

Updated: 02/04/2007 - When Coach Dungy and Coach Smith stepped onto the field Sunday for the ultimate match up, history was made. For the first time in the Super Bowl's 41 year history, African American coaches led their teams in football's biggest event.

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MLK Winner's Showcase

Posted: 02/04/2007 - After a few weeks of waiting, the winners of a Martin Luther King Contest were finally announced. Members of the Delta Sigma Theta Sorority conducted a poster and essay contest in honor of Martin Luther

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The Community Comes Out For Tacey Raulerson

Updated: 02/03/2007 - For weeks Coach Guerrieri and everyone else involved in planning the Coach G Charity Bash worked to get the word out about Saturday's fundraiser for Tacey Raulerson. They succeeded.

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Second Huntsville Murder Suspect Commits Suicide

Updated: 02/03/2007 - A second murder suspect in the shooting of a Huntsville man is dead, apparently by his own hand. Houston Police tried to serve a warrant early Saturday morning on John Kizzee, 48. As SWAT team members closed in on Kizzee's apartment, they say they heard a muffled shot inside.

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College Station Man Charged with Assaulting Off-Duty Officer

Updated: 02/03/2007 - A College Station man faces criminal charges after allegedly assaulting an off-duty police officer. Jarred Reinhardt is charged with one count of assault on a public servant and one count of criminal trespass.

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Rick Perry's Ties With Merck Run Deep

Updated: 02/03/2007 - AUSTIN (AP) -- Gov. Rick Perry ordered Friday that schoolgirls in Texas must be vaccinated against the sexually transmitted virus that causes cervical cancer, making Texas the first state to require the shots.

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With Dell Back at Dell, Changes Afoot

Updated: 02/03/2007 - DALLAS (AP) - Days after returning as Dell Inc's chief executive officer, Michael Dell told employees the beleaguered computer maker is quashing bonuses for 2006 and reducing managers. The e-mail sent Friday says the move is to help cut costs and steer the company back toward dominance.

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Malnourished Animals In Robertson County Receiving Help

Updated: 02/03/2007 - The frail bodies of numerous horses and cows caused the Robertson County Sheriff's Office to receive a lot of phone calls. And those calls led to a search warrant that was executed by sheriff deputies.

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Additional A&M/U.T. Tickets

Posted: 02/02/2007 - Aggies who didn't get one of the much sought after tickets to the University of Texas basketball game, check your e-mail. More tickets will be given out over the weekend.

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Brazos County Jail Over-Crowded

Updated: 02/04/2007 - Too many inmates at the Brazos County Jail forced the Sheriff to go to the state and ask to be able to add more beds than jail standards allow.

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A&M Regents Deal with TEEX, Farewells, Gates

Posted: 02/02/2007 - In news coming out of Friday's Regents meeting, the director of TEEX has been reassigned. Robert "Lanny" Smith will work closely with Chancellor Michael McKinney on a number of projects, though a firm title has not been determined.

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A&M System Regents Authorize Negotiations for San Antonio Campus

Updated: 02/02/2007 - The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents Friday authorized Chancellor Michael D. McKinney to enter into negotiations with Triple L Management and/or the City of San Antonio to select a site in South San Antonio for Texas A&M University-San Antonio.

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Man Gets Life for Torturing Ex-Girlfriend

Posted: 02/02/2007 - A jury in Fort Worth has ordered life in prison for a man convicted of snatching his ex-girlfriend and using a blowtorch and drain cleaner on her. Forty-four-year-old Robert Drew Stephenson earlier yesterday was found guilty of aggravated kidnapping, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and retaliation.

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Army Unveils High-Tech Combat Tools

Posted: 02/02/2007 - The Army unveiled parts of its high-tech Future Combat Systems in an exercise at the Fort Bliss Orogrande test site. Yesterday's mock raid on a fictitious village was the first public glimpse of a series of camera mounted-robots, small unmanned planes and radios that can send text messages.

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Moving the Primaries

Posted: 02/02/2007 - A lawmaker has filed legislation that would move Texas primary elections from March to the first Tuesday in February during presidential election years. Backers of the plan say Texas and its 34 electoral votes would give the state a louder voice in nominating the presidential candidates of both parties.

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Huntsville Police Search for Murder Suspect

Updated: 02/02/2007 - The search continued in Huntsville Friday for a murder suspect, after the man police thought was responsible surrendered. Jaffrey Kizzee was wanted for the murder of Jason Ross who was fatally shot Thursday night. The suspect cooperated with investigators and Kizzee was not arrested.

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Madisonville Council Votes on Vacancies

Updated: 02/02/2007 - This week's resignations of Madisonville's mayor and city manager left the local government with some big holes to fill. Thursday, the city council decided to fill one on a temporary basis and leave the other vacant for now.

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Robertson County Nabs Alleged Animal Abuser

Updated: 02/02/2007 - Phone calls from concerned residents have helped uncover one of the worst alleged cases of animal abuse in the history of Robertson County. Thursday night, Clifton Muzyka, 57, of Bremond was behind bars charged with 60 counts of animal cruelty.

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Recommendation on Rock Prairie Rezoning Delayed

Posted: 02/01/2007 - With concerns about traffic in the Rock Prairie area, College Station's Planning and Zoning Commission will hold off on recommending rezoning for 26 acres in that area.

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Murder Suspect Among Indicted

Updated: 02/02/2007 - A Brazos County grand jury handed up indictments to more than 60 people Thursday. Included on that list was a Houston resident accused of driving drunk and killing a woman. Courtney Alexander, 29, was arrested in October after police say she lost control of her car on Highway Six between Highway 40 and Texas World Speedway, causing it to flip.

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Aggie Coach To Host Fundraiser

Posted: 02/01/2007 - Coach Guerrieri, known to many as Coach G typically uses his skills of strategic planning and creativity to score high points on the soccer field. But for the last couple of weeks his focus has gone from the field to a special event.

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Wealth of Weed Found Lands Two Ags in Jail

Updated: 02/02/2007 - College Station's crackdown on drugs has landed a pair of teens in jail after a major find. Acting on a warrant Wednesday afternoon, authorities searched the Gilchrist Avenue home of 19-year-olds Dane Ohlen and Jason Brassfield.

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Report: Humans the Cause for Increasing Temperatures

Posted: 02/01/2007 - A new report outlining the effects and contributing factors to global warming is due out Friday. "We've had a very rapid rise in temperatures the past 30 years," said Dr. Gerald North of the Texas A&M Department of Atmospheric Sciences.

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