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Two Indicted In Fatal Motorcycle Race

Updated: 12/15/2006 - Two men that court documents say participated in a deadly motorcycle race in June were indicted by a Brazos County grand jury Thursday. Hunter Konzen, 22, of College Station and David Svrcek, 23, were both indicted for causing serious bodily injury while racing on a highway.

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Pat Green, a Country Superstar on the Rise

Updated: 12/15/2006 - A country singer, Texas born and Texas proud, has found success in the music business. Pat Green grew up in Waco and is known for his brand of Texas county music, and even though he's selling out stadiums in Houston, Dallas, and New York City, he hasn't forgotten where he comes from.

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Coal Plant Hearings

Posted: 12/15/2006 - The mayors of Dallas, Houston and other cities opposed to building seven coal-fired power plants in East Texas -- have won the right to challenge them. But those city leaders Thursday failed to persuade two administrative law judges to slow the permitting process.

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Former Teacher Accused of Sex Acts with Fifth Graders

Posted: 12/15/2006 - Harris County prosecutors say a former fifth-grade teacher lured five of her male students into sexual acts in her classroom, at her apartment and in a movie theater. A judge set bail Thursday at 320-thousand dollars for 27-year-old Brandy Lynn Gonzales. She's charged with three counts of aggravated sexual assault and two counts of indecency with a child.

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President Bush Leads Pentagon Farewell to Rumsfeld

Posted: 12/15/2006 - President Bush will be there this afternoon as the Pentagon rolls out a full-honors goodbye ceremony for Donald Rumsfeld. He's leaving after six stormy years as defense secretary, being replaced Monday by Robert Gates.

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Singing Lineman Hopes Song Sparks Industry Interest

Updated: 12/14/2006 - Chick Herrin of BTU is the only living member of the newly-formed International Linemans Hall of Fame. You've likely seen him working on Bryan's power lines, one of the most dangerous jobs in the world. But now, he is combining that love with his love of music.

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Familiar Face Leaving BISD

Updated: 12/14/2006 - A longtime Bryan school district administrator is calling it quits. After a 28 year career in education, the last 27 in Bryan, Assistant Superintendent Mike Kristynik has announced his retirement.

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Looking To The Mountain For Hope

Updated: 12/14/2006 - The dire situation facing three missing climbers has captured the attention of many across the nation. Among those watching and listening for any detail is Nella June Renfroe of Hearne.

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Big Changes for Downtown Bryan

Updated: 12/14/2006 - The Bryan City Council met Thursday and read a second and final reading of an ordinance regarding a TIF or tax increment financing, which will affect some major improvements to the downtown area.

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Local Teen Arrested for Aggravated Robbery

Updated: 12/14/2006 - A robbery Thursday afternoon caused quite a scare at a Bryan beauty shop. According to police, a 17-year-old man walked into Family Hair Styles in the 1200 block of William Joel Bryan Parkway around 1:30 p.m. Bryan police say he lingered a bit and then demanded money at gunpoint.

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Water Scam Targets Local Residents

Updated: 12/14/2006 - The Bryan Police Department was recently notified of a possible scam that may be targeting the Hispanic community, particularly those residing on Bryan’s west side.

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Latest Davis Trial to Stay in Brazos County

Updated: 12/14/2006 - A Bryan man charged with capital murder will most likely learn his fate in a Brazos County courtroom. Thursday morning, 85th District Judge J.D. Langley declined the request of Willie Davis' defense attorneys to hold the trial elsewhere.

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Personal Information Compromised at UTD

Posted: 12/14/2006 - Hackers may have obtained the personal information of six thousand people who worked for, applied to or attended the University of Texas at Dallas. The information suspected of being exposed belongs to staff and faculty employed by the university between January 1999 through August 2005 and students and faculty of the Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science. Applicants for admission to the Jonsson school dating to 1993 also were affected.

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Shark Found Dead in Corpus Christi

Posted: 12/14/2006 - Results show a nine-foot mako shark that washed up at Corpus Christi had nothing in its stomach and intestines. Experts say the shark likely had been sick and was weak enough to be carried toward shore by a current. Shortfin mako sharks are usually found off the California coast. They almost never turn up in Texas bays.

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United Opposes American Airlines New China Bid

Posted: 12/14/2006 - United Airlines has asked the feds to block an effort by American Airlines to change its proposal for new service to China. United says American's recent request to add a Chicago stopover on its proposed Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport-to-Beijing flights broke Transportation Department rules.

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Children Teaching And Learning To Enjoy Reading

Updated: 12/14/2006 - Some Bryan middle school kids are trying to get younger students excited about reading. Eighth graders from Stephen F. Austin made personalized books for first graders at Johnson Elementary.

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Smoke Fills House With Pets Inside

Updated: 12/13/2006 - On Wednesday afternoon, the Bryan Fire Department dispatched fire units to a house fire at a residence in the 700 block of Eagle Pass. When firefighters arrived on the scene, smoke could be seen coming from the second level of the home.

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Scotty's House Wakes Up to Morning Lions' Donation

Posted: 12/13/2006 - Scotty's House got a big boost from some local Lions. The child advocacy center received a check for $10,000 from the College Station Morning Lions to go towards their building fund.

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'Tis the Season for Giving

Updated: 12/13/2006 - This is the time of year where the holiday spirit means people are typically feeling a little extra charitable.The Salvation Army is one example of charity that benefits during the holiday season from donations.

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10 Texas Child Support Evaders Wanted

Updated: 12/14/2006 - Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott is asking for your help in finding Texas' most wanted child support evaders. Wednesday, Abbott unveiled the Child Support Division's new Top Ten List. The evaders on the list owe a combined $681,518 in overdue child support.

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Prosecutor Dismissed From Graves' Retrial

Updated: 12/13/2006 - Joan Scroggins, a Burleson County assistant district attorney, has been dismissed from death row inmate Anthony Graves' second trial. Scroggins served on the prosecution team that helped send Graves to death row in 1994.

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New Requirements for Bryan Convenience Stores

Updated: 12/13/2006 - Bryan's rampant robberies at convenience stores back in October have forced the city to make changes to their surveillance camera requirements.

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Final Alleged Piece in Andrade Murder Puzzle Arrested

Updated: 12/14/2006 - The alleged third gunman in the one of the highest-profile crimes in recent history is finally behind bars. Boris Mogilevich was arrested Saturday by Hungarian authorities working with the FBI.

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Cloned Cat Gives Birth

Updated: 12/13/2006 - The world's first cloned cat, CC, has a new name: Mom. CC, who was cloned by Texas A&M researchers, now has three kittens of her own. Short for Copy Cat, she was born December 22, 2001.

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Saving Money on Skin Care

Posted: 12/13/2006 - Looking to get rid of those wrinkles staring back at you from the mirror? Save your money. Consumer Reports says tests it ran show that, on average, there's no correlation between the price of a wrinkle cream and its effectiveness.

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