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Wearing Red For A Healthy Heart

Updated: 02/06/2007 - The color red is alerting women about heart disease. On Tuesday, ladies from across the Brazos Valley gathered at the Hilton in College Station for the Go Red Luncheon.

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Lottery Could Fund More Than State Education

Updated: 02/07/2007 - The Texas lottery was approved to help finance the public school system, but it could finance something else. On Tuesday, during the State of the State address, Governor Rick Perry proposed selling the state lottery to create an endowment for uninsured Texans and a cancer research trust fund.

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Bryan Road Woes

Updated: 02/07/2007 - The construction which began Monday on a year long project on East 29th Street, already has some motorists feeling inconvenienced. Officials with City of Bryan say they have already received a large number number of phone calls in regards to the street widening project.

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Woman And Her "Love" Drive Over Four Foot Ledge

Updated: 02/07/2007 - One local woman gave true meaning to the word "accident", Tuesday afternoon. Connie Wortham was pulling into a vacant parking space, when she and her car landed face down over a parking ledge.

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Cameron Resident Faces Murder Charge

Updated: 02/07/2007 - Jealousy appears to be the motive behind a fatal stabbing in Milam County. Raymond Scott, 27, of Cameron was arrested and charged with the murder of one of his friends, 24-year old James "JJ" Urban, Jr.

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Astronaut Charged With Attempted Murder

Updated: 02/06/2007 - A NASA astronaut has been charged with an additional charge of first-degree attempted murder Tuesday after being accused trying to kidnap a romantic rival in a love triangle with another astronaut, according to a jail official.

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Aggies Win!

Posted: 02/06/2007 - Josh Carter scored 24 points and Acie Law added 21 points and 15 assists, leading No. 6 Texas A&M to a 100-82 victory over Texas on Monday night. The Aggies, coming off a big win at then-No. 6 Kansas on Saturday, won their 21st straight home game and maintained sole possession of first place in the Big 12.

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Beyond the Gates -- Part 2

Updated: 02/06/2007 - There will never be another Robert Gates at Texas A&M. But the men and women charged with finding the next president of Texas A&M say they aren't looking to duplicate what Gates has done.

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The Wait is Over

Posted: 02/05/2007 - The maroon and white will take on the burnt orange Monday night at Reed Arena and the hype surrounding this game surpasses any other. For days students dealt with the cold weather to be the first in line when the doors opened.

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Rudder High Principal Named

Updated: 02/06/2007 - Along with the new Rudder High School, also comes the need for a new principal. Members of the Bryan Board of Trustees voted unanimously Monday in favor of Hugh Piatt II to take over that role.

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Controversy Over HPV Order

Updated: 02/05/2007 - It's the shot heard 'round Texas. The lone star state has become the first state to mandate an HPV vaccine for young girls.

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Students Recipients in College Aid

Posted: 02/05/2007 - More than twenty students were given a good start in pursuing a college education Monday. Students from both Bryan and College Station High Schools were presented with New Horizon scholarships.

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Woods Paints Black History

Updated: 02/05/2007 - In many of the paintings of a local artist you can see the life that so many African-Americans here in the Brazos Valley and all across the country lived. And one of those is David Woods.

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East 29th Street Widening Project Underway

Updated: 02/05/2007 - A year-long project that will widen a portion of East 29th Street in Bryan got underway Monday. The Widening Project is a $2.3 million effort enhancing 29th from Villa Maria Road to Garden Lane.

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Widow Starts Foundation for Police Families

Posted: 02/05/2007 - The widow of a Fort Worth police officer killed in the line of duty has started a foundation to help other police families. Teresa Nava lost her husband in November 2005 when Officer Hank Nava was fatally shot while investigating an identity theft ring. Nava says she's grateful for the support her family received when her husband died, but now her mission is to do more for families of fallen officers.

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Perry's State of the State

Posted: 02/05/2007 - Governor Rick Perry will deliver his State of the State speech to the Legislature tomorrow. The Republican governor has increasingly used the speech he gives to lawmakers every two years to set forth his agenda for the regular legislative session -- and to champion pet causes. The Legislature's response has been mixed.

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Advisory Group Split on Futile-Care Debate

Posted: 02/05/2007 - A group charged with proposing changes to the state's futile-care law is at an impasse. The group's chairman says it can't agree over the amount of time a family should have to transfer a patient if the hospital decides to end life-sustaining treatment.

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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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