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Voices Of Praise

Posted: 11/01/2006 - The executive director of the Voices for Children, Inc. for the Brazos Valley has received a high praise. Deedra Baker was named the Executive Director of the Year for 2006 by Texas CASA.

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A Better Way To Care

Updated: 11/01/2006 - When the door opened at a local clinic, another chapter in caring began. Almost twenty years in the making, the Health For All clinic has a new and bigger home.

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Scotty's House Needs New Home

Updated: 11/01/2006 - On the outside, Scotty's House may look like a regular home. But inside the walls of the center are children who have suffered sexual and severe physical abuse. Scotty's House offers children the support they need to start healing and putting their lives back together.

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Campaign 2006: Brazos County Commissioner, Pct. 4

Updated: 11/02/2006 - As part of News 3's election coverage, we're profiling some of the key local races. We focus on Brazos County Commissioner, Precinct 4, with Democratic incumbent Carey Cauley and Republican challenger Paul Madison vying for the job.

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No Shock: E. coli Found in Carter Creek

Updated: 11/02/2006 - It's no surprise to the city of College Station or state experts, but E. coli was among the contaminants found in Carter Creek after last week's sewage spill.

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Bremond Man Arrested in CS Shooting

Updated: 11/01/2006 - A College Station resident got an early morning wake-up call when bullets came crashing through the patio door. Jason Blackburn of Bremond has been arrested and charged with deadly conduct in the case.

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Brazos Animal Shelter Executive Director Named

Updated: 11/01/2006 - After a three-month nationwide search and a turbulent year, a new executive director has been chosen for the Brazos Animal Shelter. Brazos County resident Ashley Wesp was selected by the shelter's board of directors.

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A&M Regents Name Sole Finalist for Chancellor Position

Updated: 11/02/2006 - Dr. Michael D. McKinney, senior executive vice president and chief operating officer at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, was named the sole finalist for the position of chancellor of The Texas A&M University System Wednesday.

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Trick or Treaters Walk and Win at Post Oak Mall

Updated: 10/31/2006 - Dozens of area youngsters got in the Halloween spirit at Post Oak Mall. After trick or treating through the halls of the mall, many of the kids participated in a Halloween costume contest.

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Stolen Car Also in Hit and Run

Posted: 10/31/2006 - A stolen car from Bryan turned up in College Station, but before being arrested, the two men in the car added hit and run to their wrap sheet. Michael Pearson and Logan Larue were taken into custody Tuesday.

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Edwards, Taylor Respond to Kerry Remarks

Updated: 11/01/2006 - The candidates for District 17 both spoke out against Massachusetts Senator John Kerry's comments Monday. Democratic incumbent Chet Edwards and Republican challenger Van Taylor both voiced their displeasure with Kerry's remarks.

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Campaign 2006: Brazos County Court at Law #1

Updated: 11/02/2006 - As part of News 3's election coverage, we're profiling some of the key local races. Brazos County Court at Law #1 is up for grabs, with Democrat Allen Segal and Republican Amanda Matzke vying for the position.

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College Station Woman Charged With Murder

Posted: 10/31/2006 - A College Station woman indicted for murder kept her word and surrendered to Robertson County authorities Tuesday. Cheryl Arnold, 33, was released after posting a $10,000 bond on the murder charge.

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Cutting The Fat

Updated: 11/20/2006 - The topic of trans fat is a hot one. As well as it should be, according to the Food and Drug Administration, Americans eat an average 4.7pounds of it a year.

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Aggressive Behavior In Dogs

Updated: 10/31/2006 - Dogs are commonly referred to as man's best friend, but what makes some dogs exhibit aggressive behavior towards people? One expert at the A&M College of Veterinary Medicine gave a number of theories why.

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Aggie Student Bonfire Moves to Robertson County

Updated: 11/02/2006 - Aggie student bonfire will burn this November, but not in Brazos County. In September, Brazos County Judge Randy Sims said the students missed the deadline for submitting paperwork. But, this setback did not stop the students.

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Robbery Suspect in Custody

Updated: 10/31/2006 - The search for an aggravated robbery suspect is over in Bryan. 18-year-old Marcus Earl Ray turned himself in early this morning. Police had issued a warrant for his arrest last week.

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Fast Lane for Border Crossings

Posted: 10/31/2006 - US and Mexican officials say the opening of a new lane at a Laredo border bridge should speed crossings for prescreened travelers. Monday's opening of the lane at the Lincoln-Juarez International Bridge should also help trade relations between Laredo and Nuevo Laredo, Mexico.

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Red Tide Causes Problems in 14 Texas Bays

Posted: 10/31/2006 - Fourteen bay areas along the Texas coast won't begin oyster harvesting season on time because of toxin-producing red tide and excessive rainfall. Oyster harvesting for the public typically runs November first through April 30th.

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DNA Testing Clears Another Dallas County Man

Posted: 10/31/2006 - A Dallas County man convicted of rape 25 years ago is expected to be freed from prison today after being exonerated by DNA testing. Fifty-seven-year-old Larry Fuller was sentenced in 1981 to 50 years in prison for aggravated rape. Fuller becomes the 10th Dallas County man in five years to be exonerated by DNA testing.

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Campaign Fundraising in the Governor's Race

Posted: 10/31/2006 - Republican Governor Rick Perry continues to lead in campaign fund-raising going toward the November seventh election. Here's a look at how the other candidates are stacking up.

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Facelift For Old Faculty Club

Updated: 10/30/2006 - A year and a half after closing down and undergoing major renovations, the former Texas A&M faculty club has re-opened its' doors. Now known as the University Club at Texas A&M, the facility on the eleventh floor of Rudder Tower is ready for use.

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3 Killed in Fiery Collision

Updated: 10/30/2006 - Three people, including a Baylor University student, were killed in a fiery two-vehicle collision in Central Texas overnight. DPS says the crash happened Sunday night on State Highway 164, just northwest of Buffalo in Freestone County.

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School Cost Approved

Updated: 10/31/2006 - The Bryan school district has approved a final cost for the new Rudder High School. Monday, the school board voted to accept a guaranteed maximum price of $50,980,201 for the school.

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Pit Bull To Be Evaluated

Updated: 10/30/2006 - Montgomery County Sheriff's investigators will recommend the owner of a pit bull that killed a man over the weekend face criminal charges. Detective Tommy Overstreet said Monday, he believes the dog's owner, Firas Beseisso, should be held accountable for his dangerous dog.

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