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Supreme Court Rejects School Diversity Plans With Race

Updated: 06/28/2007 - The lawyer who argued that a diversity plan for public schools in Louisville, Kentucky, was discriminatory says Thursday's ruling by the Supreme Court shows "better race-neutral alternatives" are needed.

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Report: TEA Contracts Awarded Improperly

Posted: 06/28/2007 - A Texas Education Agency internal investigation found the agency didn't follow policy when awarding contracts for state work.

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Border Incident Results in Drowning

Posted: 06/28/2007 - EL PASO, Texas (AP) - A would-be immigrant from Mexico is dead in a border incident in El Paso. It started shortly after noon Wednesday when a border camera spotted three men coming through a hole in a fence. When Border Patrol agents arrived, one of the men fell into a canal and was quickly dragged under by the fast-moving water.

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Torrential Rains Ravage Hill Country

Posted: 06/28/2007 - UNDATED (AP) - Several families had to be evacuated from their homes today in Georgetown because of flooding on a creek that feeds the San Gabriel River. No injuries have been reported. The evacuation comes as parts of Texas face the possibility of additional rain.

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Republican Proposals on Immigration Defeated

Posted: 06/27/2007 - The US Senate Wednesday killed a GOP proposal to require all adult illegal immigrants to return home temporarily to qualify for permanent legal US residency.

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Houston Teen Erupts After Death Sentence

Updated: 06/28/2007 - A 19-year-old man flew into a rage in a Houston courtroom Wednesday after a Harris County jury sentenced him to death for murder.

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Teens Recovering From Single Vehicle Rollover

Updated: 06/28/2007 - Two area teens remain hospitalized following a single-vehicle rollover Tuesday. Of the six occupants, one female is recovering from surgery for a broken arm.

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Fleas Are Thriving Thanks To Texas Weather

Posted: 06/27/2007 - Veterinarian Gary Lackey of Highway 30 Veterinary Clinic said right now, it seems fleas are out with a vengeance. "This is probably the worst flea year we've had in over ten years," Lackey said.

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Huntsville Museum Picks Up Monetary Momentum

Posted: 06/27/2007 - A Huntsville veterans museum is getting a big boost from the State of Texas. District 13 Republican Representative Lois Kolkhorst announced Wednesday that the Helping Every American Remember Through Serving or HEARTS Veterans Museum of Texas will receive a $2 million state grant for the construction of a new museum.

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Olsen Charged in Second Oak Hollow Murder

Updated: 06/28/2007 - An alleged murderer sitting in the Brazos County Jail now has another murder charge to deal with. Christian Olsen, 20, has been charged in the killing of 63-year-old Geraldine Lloyd.

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Senate Votes on Immigration Could Come Wednesday

Updated: 06/27/2007 - A day after reviving immigration legislation, the Senate is now weighing several measures that would make it harder for illegal immigrants to gain lawful status.

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Arrests in Scheme to Sell Fake Brand-Name Products

Posted: 06/27/2007 - NEW YORK (AP) - Prosecutors in New York say 29 people are accused in a scheme to smuggle more than 950 shipments of high-quality knockoffs. The goods included fake Ray-Ban sunglasses, Coach handbags and North Face jackets.

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Flooding Forces Evacuations Near Granbury

Updated: 06/27/2007 - Rescuers used boats and jet skis to help evacuate residents of about 50 homes in a subdivision near Lake Granbury last night as Robinson Creek spilled out of its banks. Bands of heavy rains have been parked over portions of Texas for days, creating flooding situations along creeks and rivers.

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Teens Injured in Single Vehicle Rollover

Updated: 06/26/2007 - Several teens were injured, one seriously, when an SUV loaded with young people lost control and crashed Tuesday night on Smetana Road.

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CS Seeks National Recognition for Parks System

Updated: 06/26/2007 - College Station may be the next city to receive national recognition for its parks service. Plano is the only city in Texas with a nationally accredited parks and recreation system, but College Station hopes to change that this year.

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Huff Named Bryan's Public Works Director

Updated: 06/26/2007 - It's the same city, but a different job for a key Bryan staff employee. Engineer Linda Huff has been named as the city's new director of public works.

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