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San Antonio's Still-Burning Mulch Fire Gets H2Oed

Posted: 03/11/2007 - State environmental officials have doused a massive mulch fire burning northwest of San Antonio with water in order to reduce air pollution. That move breaks an agreement with city water officials.

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Texas Avenue Widening Forces Another Street Closure

Posted: 03/11/2007 - Another College Station street will be closed this week as part of the Texas Avenue Widening Project. This time, it's Redmond Drive, just south of George Bush Drive that will be closed on the west side of Texas Avenue.

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Thorndale Officer Released from Hospital

Posted: 03/11/2007 - A Thorndale police officer was released from the hospital today and is expected to make a full recovery. The officer was injured late Friday when he was involved in a traffic accident while pursuing two drag racers.

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Time Change Produces Few Problems

Updated: 03/11/2007 - Sunday morning, clocks across the US were set forward an hour, and three weeks earlier than normal. And while many feared the time change could cause a variety problems, the day produced relatively few.

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Ag Men To Meet Ivy League Champion Quakers

Updated: 03/12/2007 - The Texas A&M men's basketball team will play Penn in Round One of the NCAA Tournament. The Aggies and Quakers will hit the floor 30 minutes after the conclusion of the Louisville-Stanford game, which tips off at 11:40 a.m. Thursday. You can see the game live on KBTX.

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Big XII, In-State Teams Learn NCAA Tournament Fates

Updated: 03/11/2007 - Four Big XII teams earned bids to the men's basketball tournament Sunday. Two Texas A&Ms are in. Kansas and Texas Tech made it, as did the Texas Longhorns, who are going to play...the Aggies?

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For Some, Break Begins by Improving Humanity

Updated: 03/11/2007 - Some local residents kicked off spring break by picking up paint brushes. Habitat for Humanity volunteers spent Saturday working to complete homes in the Angel's Gate Subdivision.

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Preserving Aggie History

Posted: 03/10/2007 - When four different incoming freshman classes arrived at Texas A&M to begin their academic careers at Texas A&M, they learned immediately it was going to start behind army post gates. One of those freshman was Dick Birdwell.

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Thorndale Officer Injured in Car Accident

Updated: 03/10/2007 - A Central Texas police officer is recovering from injuries he suffered in a two-car accident while on-duty. The accident happened Friday night in Thorndale, in western Milam County.

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Infant Abducted From Lubbock Hospital

Posted: 03/10/2007 - LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) - Police in Lubbock say a woman posing as a medical worker kidnapped a three-day-old infant from a hospital early Saturday. Mychael Darthard, a female, was last seen at 1:20 a.m. at Covenant Lakeside Hospital.

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Frito-Lay Recalls Mislabeled Chips

Posted: 03/10/2007 - PLANO, Texas (AP) - Frito-Lay recalled 92 cases of mispackaged chips that could pose a threat to people with food allergies. The Plano-based company announced the recall of about 5,500 bags of Fritos Original Corn Chips that were distributed in Texas and Louisiana.

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Reminder: Move Clocks Ahead an Hour

Updated: 03/11/2007 - Daylight Saving comes a few weeks early this year. As Saturday becomes Sunday, remember to spring your clocks forward an hour.

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College Station D.A.R.E. Graduation Held

Updated: 03/09/2007 - The annual Drug Abuse Resistance Education or DARE graduation was held at Rudder Theater at Texas A&M on Friday. After completing the ten week course, College Station fifth graders graduated with honors.

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Bryan Teen Wins Grand Champion

Posted: 03/09/2007 - A Brazos County teen won top honors at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. Bryan High Sophomore Colton McCulloch beat out more than 11,000 other entries to take home the Grand Champion ribbon in the sheep and lamb category.

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Bedias Gets Sewer Grant

Updated: 03/09/2007 - Getting a sewer system was one of the main reasons Bedias residents voted to become a city in 2003. Now the city is getting close to accomplishing that goal thanks to a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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Small Fugitive At Large in Brazos County

Updated: 03/09/2007 - She may be small but authorities say she's in big trouble. Brazos County Crime Stoppers is asking for your help in tracking down Stacy Lynn Bradshaw, 20, who's wanted on a felony motion to revoke warrant for a previous prostitution charge.

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Local Jailer Put in Jail

Updated: 03/09/2007 - A Burleson county jailer found himself on the other side of a jail cell in another county. Jason Ormsby was arrested and charged with family violence, a Class A misdemeanor.

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Business Building Boom in College Station

Updated: 03/09/2007 - When you drive in College Station it is obvious by all the construction going on that its business community is growing. Planning and Development Assistant Director Lance Simms says College Station is attract several companies looking to set up shop here in Aggieland.

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Big XII Basketball Tournament Coverage Note

Updated: 03/09/2007 - KBTX has secured coverage rights for the Big XII men's basketball tournament for our CW-BCS station, which launched last year. Many calls have come in to KBTX from basketball fans wanting to know how they can see Texas A&M play in the tournament.

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Spring Break Bound

Updated: 03/09/2007 - You may not have to stand in line at restaurants or face traffic near Texas A&M this coming week. It's the beginning of spring break and students are putting down the books and getting out of town.

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Millican House Terminates State Contract

Updated: 03/09/2007 - Assisted Living Concepts, a local provider of assisted living services, has voluntarily terminated their Community Based Alternatives (CBA) contract with the State of Texas and the Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS).

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Bowen Elementary Goes Country for a Day

Posted: 03/09/2007 - Little cowgirls and cowboys suited up in chaps and cowboy hats for an annual mini-rodeo. It took place Friday morning outside Bowen Elementary for all kindergarten students. The kids enjoyed a petting zoo featuring a calf, horse, goats, rabbits, and alpacas.

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