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Border Watch Group Criticized for Use of Funds

Posted: 11/25/2006 - HOUSTON (AP) - Questions are being raised about how an Arizona civilian border group is spending its money. That's because the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps spent $1,000 of the $54,000 collected from registration fees collected for background checks.

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Apartment Fire Forces Mother to Make Decision

Posted: 11/25/2006 - HOUSTON (AP) - A mother responding to shouts from firefighters dropped her two-month-old and two-year-old daughters to safety from a second-story window during an apartment fire. The fire Friday night left the children with first and second-degree burns, and the mother had cuts and bruises after she jumped from the window, officials said.

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Texas Legislators File Get-Tough Bills on Immigration

Posted: 11/25/2006 - AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Texas lawmakers are poised to pounce on illegal immigrants when the next session starts in January. They're filing a slew of get-tough bills -- including one designed to challenge the automatic citizenship of babies born in the United States.

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Blackshear's 27th Reunion

Updated: 11/26/2006 - Instead of family ties, it was school ties that had people gathering in Hearne on Saturday. This Thanksgiving marked the 27th year that members of the Blackshear Alumni Association and their descendants reunited.

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Brazos Valley Residents Hit The Stores

Updated: 11/25/2006 - Swarms of eager shoppers staked out stores overnight and showed up at parking lots in the wee hours of the morning. Brazos Valley stores were ready for Black Friday and they too got an early jump to the holiday shopping season.

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Fans Revel in Aggies' Austin Win

Updated: 11/25/2006 - Aggies across the Brazos Valley were glued to the screen Friday afternoon watching the Lonestar Showdown game, including at one local establishment where Aggies also prevailed in number of fans.

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Black Friday

Posted: 11/24/2006 - Black Friday started on Thursday for some retailers, including a few big ones who offered consumers Thanksgiving Day hours to get a jump on the holiday shopping season. BJ's Wholesale Club, Wal-Mart Supercenters and Comp-USA opened their doors Thanksgiving Day.

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Police Say Hand-washing Dispute Led to Stabbing

Posted: 11/24/2006 - Police say an assailant stabbed a man in a Fort Worth bar parking lot because he apparently grew angry that one of the man's friends didn't wash his hands in the bathroom. Twenty-seven-year-old Eric Jennings Kisiah was arrested early Thursday on suspicion of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

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Man Convicted in Somerville Deaths Protests Judge's Rule

Updated: 11/25/2006 - A former death-row inmate awaiting retrial on a capital murder charge is challenging the judge's gag order in the case. Defense lawyers for Anthony Graves say the order prevents him from receiving a fair trial.

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Drunk Driving Panel: Healing and Helping (Pt. 2)

Posted: 11/24/2006 - Unless you've had a brush with the law over alcohol, there's a good chance you've never heard of the Drunk Driving Impact Panel. But this powerful program is changing perceptions and lives.

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Shoplifting Arrests

Updated: 11/23/2006 - Three women have been jailed for allegedly stealing merchandise from Cato Fashion on Wednesday. Police say the trio stole more than $200 worth of goods from the retailer.

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Reason To Give Thanks

Updated: 11/23/2006 - There are many reasons people are thankful this holiday. For many, the Twin City Mission provides yet another reason to give thanks. For more than 40 years, they have been providing hot food and fellowship on Thanksgiving Day, including for one special family.

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Locals Perform in Macy's Parade

Updated: 11/24/2006 - Some of the Brazos Valley's finest danced their way into the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. The parade, which got off to a chilly and wet start, featured some high-kicking locals.

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Free Thanksgiving Feast

Updated: 11/23/2006 - Acts of giving could be seen all over the Brazos Valley. A Thanksgiving feast fit for a king was served up at Carver Elementary School. Everyone in the community was invited out to partake in the traditional meal.

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Franklin Man Jailed on Drug Charges

Updated: 11/23/2006 - An 18-year-old Franklin man spent Thanksgiving behind bars. It started when College Station Police spotted a shotgun on the floor of Jacody Peel's truck.

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Drunk Driving Panel: Healing and Helping

Updated: 11/23/2006 - Once a month, College Station resident Dennis Gloyna gets ready to go out and relive the worst day of his life. In a couple of hours, he'll stand in front of a room full of strangers and recall the day his life was shattered.

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Traveling This Thanksgiving Holiday

Updated: 11/22/2006 - Long lines of people with countless pieces of luggage will fill countless airports across the country. The Brazos Valley's own Easterwood Airport is taking part in hustle and bustle of holiday travelers.

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Construction Halts For The Holidays

Updated: 11/22/2006 - Call it a little holiday treat from the city of Bryan. Construction on Bryan Avenue in the downtown area will stop during the holidays. Between Thanksgiving and Jan. 8, 2007, crews will stop working to allow easier traffic flow, parking and enjoyment of Downtown Bryan.

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Thanksgiving Safety For Dogs

Updated: 11/22/2006 - Thanksgiving can wreak havoc on your waistline, but the holiday can be just as dangerous for your pets. Feeding fido scraps, can lead to hefty veterinary bills.

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Report Shows Coal Plants will Cause Hundreds of Deaths

Posted: 11/22/2006 - Environmental opponents of powering Texas with new coal-fired plants are predicting a grim scenario. Those critics issued a report Tuesday that estimates 240 deaths will happen each year from toxic emissions -- if the units are built.

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McKinney Voted In as A&M System Chancellor

Updated: 11/23/2006 - Dr. Michael D. McKinney, 55, was named chancellor of The Texas A&M University System Wednesday by unanimous vote during a special telephonic meeting of the A&M System Board of Regents.

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Texas Appraisal Panel Moves Closer to Recommendations

Updated: 11/22/2006 - Voter approval for increased spending and a higher sales tax are ideas being discussed to rein in runaway growth in Texas property appraisals. Governor Rick Perry's Task Force on Appraisal Reform held its final meeting Tuesday in Austin.

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Four Year Old Killed by Pit Bulls

Posted: 11/22/2006 - A four-year-old Harris County boy was mauled to death Tuesday by two pit bull dogs. The boy's mother tried to fight off the dogs after she heard her son's screams. The dogs didn't release the boy until deputies arrived minutes later, distracting them with lights and sirens.

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Aggie Bonfire Lit Yet Again

Updated: 11/22/2006 - Once again, the Aggie Bonfire went up in flames. Tuesday night marked the fifth off-campus event, and the first in Robertson County after the much-publicized happenings between students and Brazos County.

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Academy Burglarized

Updated: 11/21/2006 - Police have found a major clue linked to the breakin Monday at Academy. The getaway car thieves used was found Tuesday afternoon off Rollins street.

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