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Montgomery Woman Charged in Houston School Embezzlement

Posted: 06/09/2007 - HOUSTON (AP) - A former secretary in the Houston school district was indicted on a charge of stealing nearly $150,000 from the school system. A Harris County grand jury indicted Karen J. Keith, of Montgomery, on a charge of theft by a public servant.

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Hot Rods Blaze Into The Brazos Valley

Posted: 06/09/2007 - Some pimped out rides as hot as the weather made their way to College Station. The Bluebonnet Street Rod Club hosted their 16th ever "Rod Run" at Central Park on Saturday and Sunday.

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Batting Against Sexual Assaults

Updated: 06/09/2007 - Some Brazos Valley softballers braved the heat and cracked bats to raise money for a good cause. The fourth annual Crosstown-Lockdown coed softball tournament was held Saturday.

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Molding Clay For Others' Health

Posted: 06/09/2007 - The Joy Pottery was the place you could buy works of art Saturday that would bring healing to those who need it most. Marian Eide is an A&M professor who enjoys pottery making.

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Aggies Drop Super Regional Opener to Owls

Posted: 06/09/2007 - No. 6 Texas A&M had a 2-1 lead heading into the ninth inning on Friday night, but No. 1 Rice scored a run to tie the game and plated one more in the 10th to hand the Aggies a 3-2 loss in the opening game of the NCAA Super Regional at Reckling Park.

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New Twin Cities Cops Sworn In

Updated: 06/09/2007 - Bryan and College Station each welcomed some new crime stoppers to their forces.

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Fun Day Planned For Serious Cause

Posted: 06/08/2007 - Bragging rights are on the line as local law enforcement go head to head on the softball diamond this weekend. Saturday is the Brazos County Rape Crisis Center's 4th annual Crosstown-Lockdown softball tournament.

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Recent Cases Has Grimes County DA Office Busy

Updated: 06/09/2007 - It could take two weeks to a month for a final autopsy report to come back on a College Station man killed by a Grimes County Sheriff's deputy. A preliminary autopsy revealed that Christopher Miller, 26, died from gunshots to the torso.

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Bryan, BTU Energized To Fight Illegal Dumping

Updated: 06/09/2007 - Trash is tarnishing the scenery around Lake Bryan. Just about eight months ago, Bryan Texas Utilities built a fence around their property close to the lake to help alleviate the problem.

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Local Woman Celebrates a Milestone

Posted: 06/08/2007 - It was a monumental birthday for a Navasota woman celebrating a milestone. Mrs. Annie Stutts turns 101 on June 10, but decided to start the birthday festivities a week early with a birthday party thrown in her honor at the Sheridan Care Center in Navasota.

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Passport Backlog Has Led to Summer Reprieve

Updated: 06/09/2007 - The Bush administration has temporarily waived some of its new requirements for flying abroad. The change will help fliers awaiting a U.S. passport to meet the new rule requiring one for travel to Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean and Bermuda.

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Gates: Pace Out as Joint Chiefs' Chairman

Updated: 06/08/2007 - The man who has served for six years as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Marine General Peter Pace, won't be keeping that job.

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Clean Air Act Law Signed for Texas

Posted: 06/08/2007 - Governor Rick Perry Friday signed into law a plan meant to help people breathe easier across Texas.

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TXU Won't Cut Power for Poor or Elderly Customers this Summer

Posted: 06/08/2007 - DALLAS (AP) - TXU says it won't turn off the power this summer for poor or older customers who fall behind on their electric bills. The company also won't charge deposits for customers with good payment histories.

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Texas Senators Back English as National Language

Posted: 06/08/2007 - WASHINGTON (AP) - Texas' senators joined other Republicans in backing an amendment to the immigration bill declaring English the national language of the U.S. government. The amendment was approved 64-33, with 17 Democrats joining 47 Republicans in support.

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Navasota Man Could Face Additional Sex Crimes Charges

Posted: 06/07/2007 - More charges could be filed against a Navasota man arrested for sex crimes against a child. In May, George Hall was arrested and charged with indecency with a child and sexual conduct after a woman in her 20's accused him of inappropriate contact when she was a teenager.

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Danger of Tuberculosis is Spreading Concern

Updated: 06/07/2007 - For 20 years, Dr. Jeffrey Cirillo has been researching the genetic components of tuberculosis. "Tuberculosis has been persisting and growing and replicating in people for thousands of years," Cirillo said.

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