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Man Released in Stabbing Incident

Updated: 12/24/2006 - A Bryan man has been released on $15,000 bond, after police said he stabbed a man multiple times. Loisie Cooper, Jr. was arrested Friday and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

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Brazos County Party Ends in Murder

Updated: 12/24/2006 - A Bryan man was killed and another man was injured early Saturday morning after a three men broke into a gambling party in rural Brazos County.

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Brenham Man Sentenced for Child Porn

Posted: 12/22/2006 - A Brenham man's penchant for child porn has earned him a four year prison term. Michael Sutherland, 40, was sentenced earlier this week after pleading guilty to four counts of possession of child pornography.

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A&M Accountant Doubles as Racy Racer

Updated: 12/23/2006 - We all wear a few hats at different times of our lives, but there's one young lady at Texas A&M who has three very different titles she carries. Busy is an understatement when it comes to Anna Comingore.

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Stopping The Grinch

Updated: 12/23/2006 - It is easy to be in a sharing mood during the holidays, but you might want to watch what and where you share. Most people may not realize it but they could be setting themselves to become victims of burglary when they tell someone their holiday plans in the grocery or department store

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Reward Offered in Pit Bull Investigation

Posted: 12/22/2006 - Another reward has been offered for information in connection to the torture and abandonment of a 7-month-old pit bull puppy in Burleson County in early December. The Humane Society of the United States has offered $2500 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible.

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Brazos County Employee Accused of Assault

Updated: 12/23/2006 - A Brazos County employee is out on bond, after being arrested for allegedly hitting her boyfriend with a tire iron. According to the Brazos County Sheriff's office, 24-year-old Kimberly Johnson, a detention officer at the sheriff's office, was arrested early Friday morning for assault.

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College Station Police Spread Holiday Cheer

Updated: 12/23/2006 - Friday several area families reaped the benefits of the College Station Police Department's "Blue Santa Toy Drive." During a special event, officers handed out toys and clothes collected since October.

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Martha's Bloomers Named One of the Best

Updated: 12/23/2006 - It's an all day shopping experience and it's only 15 minutes from Bryan-College Station. It's Martha's Bloomers in Navasota and the small town store has received high accolades. In November it was recognized by Southern Living Magazine as the number five shopping spot out of 50 top shops in the south.

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Poll Looks at Our Holiday Habits

Posted: 12/22/2006 - When it comes to the Christmas season, people cling to the traditional. Christmas cards instead of e-mail, "Merry Christmas" instead of "Happy Holidays," and decorations on public buildings -- all are preferred or OK with Americans, according to an AP-AOL News poll.

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Report Says Some Power Companies are Too Big

Posted: 12/22/2006 - A Public Utility Commission report says the state's effort to open the electricity market to competition isn't working because some power companies are too big. The regulatory commission Thursday released a report on the state of competition in the electricity market. The issue will likely be a major topic of debate in the upcoming legislative session.

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Waller County Election Complaints

Posted: 12/22/2006 - The state Attorney General's Office is investigating complaints that the rights of black voters in Waller County were violated in November. The agency is examining assorted election records. Solicitor General Ted Cruz says in a statement that the Attorney General's Office will prosecute any violations of the election code.

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Bail Set For Multiple Murder Suspect

Updated: 12/21/2006 - An accused Burleson County mass murderer could be a free man while awaiting retrial. In a Thursday bond hearing, a judge set bail for Anthony Graves at $1 million.

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A Present to Remember

Updated: 12/21/2006 - Getting a brand new bicycle for Christmas has been at, or near, the top of almost every kid's wish list at one time or another. Thursday, that wish came true for a group of local children.

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Aggie Marine Laid to Rest

Updated: 12/21/2006 - Funeral services were held in the Houston suburb of Kingwood Thursday for a Marine recently killed in Iraq. Friends and family said goodbye to Lance Corporal Luke Yepsen, a Marine Corps infantryman who had recently completed boot camp.

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Bush 43's Library Headed for SMU?

Updated: 12/22/2006 - Baylor University Bush Library Project Director Tommye Lou Davis said she remains “cautiously optimistic” despite the announcement that the committee formed to recommend a site for the George W. Bush Presidential Library is entering exclusive talks with SMU.

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Study: Teen Drug Abuse Down

Updated: 12/21/2006 - An annual study by the National Institute on Drug Abuse revealed Thursday some positive news about adolescent use of illegal drugs: youth drug use is down by around 23 percent since 2001.

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Christmas Pets May Not Be a Perfect Present

Updated: 12/21/2006 - The cute little meows of kittens and the adorable sad eyes of puppies could be enough to convenience people to buy them, but is it enough to keep the love going? "It's not just Christmas morning or New Year's Day. It's long term," Ashley Wesp said.

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Beyond Double Blessings

Updated: 12/21/2006 - Lunch patrons of the Rock Prairie McDonald's were seeing more than double on Thursday. Aggieland Multiples held their Happy Birthday Jesus Christmas Celebration at the local restaurant.

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Babysitter Pleads Guilty

Updated: 12/21/2006 - A Bryan resident will spend a year in jail for her role in the death of a Neal Elementary School student. Wednesday, Cynthia Ann Wright, 46, pleaded guilty to injury to a child due to criminal negligence.

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Where to Land?

Posted: 12/21/2006 - NASA managers have options, but none of them is ideal as they consider where to land the space shuttle Friday. The forecast calls for low clouds and showers at Kennedy Space Center, the primary site. Crosswinds are expected at the main back-up site at Edwards Air Force Base in California. The weather looks good at a seldom-used back up site in New Mexico, but that creates logistical headaches.

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Texas AG Sues Chemical Company over Pollution

Posted: 12/21/2006 - Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott is suing a Houston chemical company and two of its subsidiaries -- accusing them of releasing harmful pollutants into the air. Officials with Lyondell Chemical denied the accusations. According to the lawsuit, four chemical plants run by Lyondell and subsidiaries Equistar Chemicals and Millennium Petrochemicals released unauthorized harmful emissions.

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Governor Grants Pardons

Posted: 12/21/2006 - Governor Rick Perry has granted a full pardon to a Dallas man who served 22 years in prison for a sexual assault he did not commit. DNA testing proved the innocence of Billy Wayne Miller and the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles had recommended his case for clemency.

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OPAS Still On for Fall 2007, Just Not in Rudder

Updated: 12/21/2006 - The rumor mill has be churning concerning the Fall 2007 season for MSC OPAS. The Rudder facilities on the A&M campus will undergo major renovations from June through the end of 2007. So what does that mean for fans of the arts?

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Blood For Christmas

Updated: 02/05/2007 - Christmas may be a time for giving, but that's not necessarily the case with blood donations. Blood collected by the Red Cross is used to supply hospitals around the country, including local ones like St. Joseph Regional Health Center.

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