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Civil Suit to Begin Against Clara Harris

Posted: 01/08/2007 - Jury selection will start Tuesday in a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the in-laws of the woman convicted of running over her cheating husband with a car in 2002. Pretrial motions were to be ruled on today in the case involving Clara Harris, a 48-year-old dentist convicted in 2003 of murder after striking her husband with a Mercedes-Benz. She had found him with his mistress at a hotel.

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Former Bryan ISD Employee Goes to Trial

Updated: 01/08/2007 - A former Bryan ISD truant officer accused of inappropriate contact with several high school girls is scheduled to go to trial this week. Mark Anthony Haynes's trial is expected to begin Monday morning in the 272nd District Court.

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Bryan ISD Trustees to Consider Middle School Zones

Updated: 01/08/2007 - A month after Bryan school trustees chose new attendance zones for high school students, the board may now be ready to choose zones for middle schools. Trustees postponed the more controversial middle school zone decision last month.

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Rottweiler Bites Man in College Station Park

Updated: 01/08/2007 - College Station Police are investigating a dog bite at a College Station park. It happened about 6 p.m., Sunday, at Lick Creek Park on the city's southeast side.

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Bryan Council to Consider Briarcrest Resolution

Updated: 01/08/2007 - Bryan city officials want TxDOT's attention when it comes to traffic problems along Briarcrest Drive. City Council meets Tuesday and one of the items on the agenda calls for a resolution supporting changes on Briarcrest from Kent Street to Texas 6.

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Bush 41 Released from Mayo Clinic

Posted: 01/07/2007 - Former president George Bush has been released from the Mayo Clinic after hip replacement surgery. The clinic says the former president was discharged from the Mayo Clinic on Saturday.

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Children Speak: Tsunami

Updated: 01/08/2007 - It's been more than two years since a devastating Tsunami came ashore in Southeast Asia killing hundreds of thousands of people. Now the voices of some of the children who survived, are being heard and seen in the Brazos Valley.

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Classics Cruise into the Brazos Valley

Posted: 01/07/2007 - For the avid car enthusiast, some classics cruised into Bryan Sunday morning.Hundreds of beautiful rides from all over, gathered at the Chicken Oil Company, for the annual Lucky's Rod Run.

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Convicted Somerville Murder's Bail Stands

Updated: 01/07/2007 - A federal judge says he can't reduce the $1million dollar bail of a former death-row inmate waiting for a new trial. But that didn't stop the judge from criticizing the amount as excessive and oppressive.

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Badge For Helping

Posted: 01/06/2007 - Community service is helping one boy scout earn his eagle scout badge. Bryan High School student, Casey Steubing decided his Eagle Project would help people who were affected by the December 29th tornado.

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Reusing The Christmas Tree

Posted: 01/06/2007 - Last year's Christmas tree will be helping the environment. Both Bryan and College Station held their annual tree recycling event on Saturday.

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Bryan History On Display

Posted: 01/06/2007 - During the twentieth century a lot of advancements were made. Things like transportation improved, along with bank security.

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Smoking Ban Proposal

Posted: 01/06/2007 - The city of Brenham is serious about cracking down on smoking. A public meeting is set to talk about a new ordinance which would ban smoking in most public places.

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Infants' Illness Leads to Dad's Arrest

Updated: 01/05/2007 - It has been a shocking turn of events for a Montgomery family already gripped with fear over the health of their infant twins. In a surprise move Friday, the babies' father was arrested on two counts of felony injury to a child.

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CS Staff on the Hunt for New Revenue Streams

Posted: 01/05/2007 - State and federal law limits the ways in which city governments can generate revenue. So within those boundaries, the city of College Station is searching for other options. So how the city is trying to find a few extra dollars?

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Texas Needs More Energy Sources?

Posted: 01/05/2007 - Texas is on the verge on an energy crisis, that according to a new report by the Texas Association of Business. The group says the state could see an energy shortage as early as 2008.

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Disaster Relief Aid For Madison County

Posted: 01/05/2007 - Madison County District Clerk Joyce Batson says last Friday's tornado caused extensive damage to her home and barn. Batson says before the twister, she had ten oak trees. Now, she has two standing.

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Former Bryan Teacher Among Indicted

Posted: 01/05/2007 - A well-known Bryan school teacher and beloved soccer coach accused of fondling an 11-year-old boy, was indicted Thursday by a Brazos County grand jury. Bruce Unger was arrested in November of 2005 when the accusations first surfaced.

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Local Concerns About Texas Legislative Session

Updated: 01/05/2007 - Before the Texas legislative session convenes on Tuesday, local governments and organizations had the opportunity to voice their concerns to legislators. Topping their list was funding for Texas A&M University and tax and appraisal caps.

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Accident Victim Trapped Overnight

Updated: 01/05/2007 - A Bryan man, who flipped his truck Thursday night and was trapped until early the next morning, is listed in fair condition. According to a Department of Public Safety official, Paul Burger of Bryan, was driving too fast around Business 21 near Kurten.

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Woman Asks for Inmates' Photos as Parole Nears

Posted: 01/05/2007 - The mother of a gay banker beaten and stabbed to death by a gang of youths in 1991 wants new photos of two of the men who are about to be paroled. Nancy Rodriguez told the Houston Chronicle that she wants to be able to recognize the men if they should come to her door. She says she fears for the safety of her family.

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Riverside Couple Pleads Not Guilty to Starving a Child

Posted: 01/05/2007 - A couple from Riverside have pleaded not guilty in North Carolina in the death of a four-year-old boy police say was severely malnourished. Richard and Amber Dowen are charged with first-degree murder in the death of her son in September 2005.

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A&M Presidential Search Committee Named

Updated: 01/05/2007 - A 15-member search advisory committee was announced Friday to assist in identifying candidates for the position of president of Texas A&M University.

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New Leadership In Congress

Updated: 01/04/2007 - The 110th Congress convened Thursday with Democrats in charge of the Senate and the House of Representatives for the first time in more than a decade. Following their rise to control in congress in November, the Democrats pledged to take on big issues including raising the national minimum wage.

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