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A&M System School Under Fire

Posted: 01/25/2007 - A Texas A&M University System school is at the center of a growing controversy. Tarleton State University in Stephenville is receiving national attention over an off-campus party on MLK Day.

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Police Surf Web for Stolen Goods

Updated: 01/25/2007 - Victims of theft, should not be surprised when missing merchandise turns up on one of several popular internet auction sites, such as ebay. That is where local police departments are now searching in an effort to track down thieves trying to sell "hot" goods online.

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Blood Needed at Red Cross

Updated: 01/25/2007 - The American Red Cross is urging Brazos Valley Residents to give blood, as all blood types are critically low. The Red Cross said blood supply was affected by schools closing, winter vacations, and the ice storm that swept through the area.

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Robotic Raccoon Used For Recycling

Posted: 01/25/2007 - The city of College Station now has a way to get kids interested in recycling. Students over at Southwood Elementary got the opportunity to met Randie the Recycling Raccoon Robot.

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Neighbors Shocked at A&M Employee's Arrest

Updated: 01/25/2007 - Residents in one South Bryan neighborhood were shocked Thursday evening on hearing news that one of their neighbors faces more than two dozen charges related to inappropriate acts with children. Police say Brian Lancaster, 35, was arrested just before 5 p.m. Wednesday night.

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Mom and Girlfriend Fight Over GI's Remains

Posted: 01/25/2007 - A mother and a common-law wife are fighting over the dead body of an Iraq veteran who died in a Texas bar fight. Twenty-eight-year-old Shawn Michael Freese died January 14th in Austin after a fight at a bar popular with University of Texas students. He was a bouncer there.

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Lay Among Those Released from Enron Investor Suit

Posted: 01/25/2007 - A federal judge has granted a request by former shareholders and investors suing Enron to drop several individuals and firms from their lawsuit. One of the individuals dropped is deceased company founder Kenneth Lay.

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Students Hospitalized after Taking Pills at School

Posted: 01/25/2007 - Police say at least nine Houston seventh- and eighth-graders were hospitalized after showing unusual behavior attributed to pills handed out by a fellow student. Teachers at Spring Woods Middle School called for help yesterday after noticing sleepiness and slurred speech among the students.

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A&M Employee Arrested on Child Porn Charges

Posted: 01/25/2007 - A Texas A&M employee is behind bars facing more than two dozen charges related to inappropriate acts with children. Brian Lancaster was arrested just before 5 p.m. Wednesday night. The 35-year-old Bryan resident has been charged with 27 crimes.

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Suspects Sought in Attack Out Front of Outback

Posted: 01/24/2007 - College Station police are looking for a suspect who took a restaurant's slogan of "No Rules, Just Right" far too seriously in its parking lot. Authorities say a 19-year-old was getting out of his vehicle in the Outback Steakhouse parking lot when three men attacked him.

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No Brotherly Love: Man Turns Himself In After Shootings

Updated: 01/25/2007 - A Bryan man is behind bars, accused of shooting his two brothers during an argument. Authorities say Anthony Nelson, 41, walked to the Brazos County jail from his 20th Street residence to turn himself in after the incident at his home just before 5 p.m. Wednesday.

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Suspect Hospitalized After Madisonville Chase

Posted: 01/24/2007 - A chase through Downtown Madisonville lands a suspect in the hospital. City Manager Tom Ginter says police responded to a call of a couple arguing outside the Madison County Courthouse Wednesday. He says when officers asked for identification, the man fled on foot.

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Aggie Guardsman Remembered as Brave, Happy Father

Updated: 01/25/2007 - With a love for his family, his school and his country, Sean Lyerly went to Iraq to serve. The Texas Army National Guard captain was at the helm of a Blackhawk helicopter Saturday when it crashed, killing everyone on board. His father lives in Bryan.

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Business Boom In Bryan

Updated: 01/24/2007 - Economic growth is returning to Bryan in a big wave. In December of last year the city was chosen to house the new Texas A&M Health Science Center.

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Aggie Among 12 Killed in Black Hawk Crash

Posted: 01/24/2007 - One Texan who graduated from Texas A&M was among 12 soldiers killed in the crash of a military helicopter in Iraq. The Defense Department says the victims included 31-year-old Captain Sean E. Lyerly of Pflugerville.

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Reveille Ranch Shooter Dies from Self-Inflicted Shot

Updated: 01/24/2007 - The investigation into the shooting at a Bryan apartment complex has taken another twist. Two days after the bizarre incident, the man who attempted to take his own life has succeeded.

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Nature's Tiny Detectives

Updated: 01/24/2007 - A little bug can make a huge difference when it comes to helping investigators determine time of death in homicide cases. "We make an effort to collect every kind of insect we can find, we'll sort out which ones will contribute the most to understanding the case from an insect's standpoint," said Jimmy Olson, of the Texas A&M Department of Entomology.

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CS Police Investigate Shooting

Posted: 01/24/2007 - What one Bryan man thought was only the sound of a car back-firing quickly turned more serious Tuesday. College Station Police say after the 25-year-old man heard the noise in the 1200 block of Georgia, he looked down and noticed he had been shot in the hip.

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Five Arrested in Bryan Prostitution Sting

Updated: 01/24/2007 - A recent prostitution sting in Bryan has yielded big results. Saturday, Bryan Police Department's Directed Deployment Team (DDT) conducted a sting targeting street-level prostitution in Bryan neighborhoods.

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Mixed Reactions to President's State of the Union Address

Updated: 01/24/2007 - President Bush's State of the Union address set the stage for a new year, a year coming on the heels of a newly-controlled democratic congress. A day after President Bush delivered that address, there have been mixed reactions from the public and lawmakers.

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Houston Teachers' Bonuses Topping $7,000

Posted: 01/24/2007 - Nearly eight-thousand teachers in Houston are going home richer this week. School administrators are handing out bonuses of up to seven-thousand, 175 dollars -- in the nation's largest merit pay program.

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DeLay's Wait Continues

Posted: 01/24/2007 - Former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay must wait for the state's highest criminal appeals court to rule on his dropped conspiracy charge. DeLay's campaign finance criminal case can then proceed. He's denied wrongdoing.

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Appeals Court Blocks Swearingen Execution

Posted: 01/24/2007 - The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has halted Wednesday night's scheduled execution of convicted killer Larry Swearingen. The punishment has been put off so questions about -- insect evidence -- can be reviewed.

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Cameras Coming To Bryan Intersections

Posted: 01/24/2007 - Red light cameras could soon be making Bryan intersections safer. A presentation on the issue was made to the Bryan City Council Tuesday afternoon.

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No Decision On Briarcrest Improvement Project

Updated: 01/24/2007 - Tuesday's Bryan City Council meeting was crowded by citizens waiting to see if the city council would approve the proposed improvement plan for FM 1179 or Briarcrest. That decision has been delayed again.

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