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CS Police Investigate Shooting

Posted: 01/24/2007 - What one Bryan man thought was only the sound of a car back-firing quickly turned more serious Tuesday. College Station Police say after the 25-year-old man heard the noise in the 1200 block of Georgia, he looked down and noticed he had been shot in the hip.

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Five Arrested in Bryan Prostitution Sting

Updated: 01/24/2007 - A recent prostitution sting in Bryan has yielded big results. Saturday, Bryan Police Department's Directed Deployment Team (DDT) conducted a sting targeting street-level prostitution in Bryan neighborhoods.

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Mixed Reactions to President's State of the Union Address

Updated: 01/24/2007 - President Bush's State of the Union address set the stage for a new year, a year coming on the heels of a newly-controlled democratic congress. A day after President Bush delivered that address, there have been mixed reactions from the public and lawmakers.

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Houston Teachers' Bonuses Topping $7,000

Posted: 01/24/2007 - Nearly eight-thousand teachers in Houston are going home richer this week. School administrators are handing out bonuses of up to seven-thousand, 175 dollars -- in the nation's largest merit pay program.

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DeLay's Wait Continues

Posted: 01/24/2007 - Former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay must wait for the state's highest criminal appeals court to rule on his dropped conspiracy charge. DeLay's campaign finance criminal case can then proceed. He's denied wrongdoing.

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Appeals Court Blocks Swearingen Execution

Posted: 01/24/2007 - The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has halted Wednesday night's scheduled execution of convicted killer Larry Swearingen. The punishment has been put off so questions about -- insect evidence -- can be reviewed.

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Cameras Coming To Bryan Intersections

Posted: 01/24/2007 - Red light cameras could soon be making Bryan intersections safer. A presentation on the issue was made to the Bryan City Council Tuesday afternoon.

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No Decision On Briarcrest Improvement Project

Updated: 01/24/2007 - Tuesday's Bryan City Council meeting was crowded by citizens waiting to see if the city council would approve the proposed improvement plan for FM 1179 or Briarcrest. That decision has been delayed again.

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An International Business Comes To Bryan

Updated: 01/24/2007 - During Tuesday's Bryan City Council meeting it was announced that an international company would be coming to the area. Toyo Ink has entered into a partnership with Research Valley to build a new facility.

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Jury Deadlocks on Sexual Assault Case

Updated: 01/24/2007 - A mistrial has been declared in the case of a former Bryan truant officer accused of sexual misconduct with students. After nearly nine hours of deliberations Tuesday, it was determined the jury was hopelessly deadlocked in the case of Mark Haynes, 35.

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Murder Suspect Returned to Brazos County

Updated: 01/24/2007 - The final suspect in a 2003 Brazos County murder investigation is back in town to face local charges. Boris Mogilevich, 28, is charged with murder in connection with the shooting death of Tommy Andrade.

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Brenham Woman Accused of Killing Brother

Updated: 01/24/2007 - A sibling squabble escalates to bloodshed in Brenham. Authorities say an argument over a cell phone ended with the brother dead on the floor of the family home and the sister charged with his murder.

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Former Speaker Featured at Presidential Conference Center

Posted: 01/23/2007 - Former Secretary of State James A. Baker III was the honorary speaker Tuesday at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center. Secretary Baker presented remarks as part of the Lenore & Francis Humphrys International Speakers Program.

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Drugs Found at Site of Monday's Double Shooting

Updated: 01/24/2007 - It's a story with many twists. Bryan investigators are now adding drugs to the list of things being investigated in Monday's double shooting and apparent suicide attempt at Reveille Ranch Apartments.

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Candidates Enter Cyber Race

Posted: 01/23/2007 - Americans in this day and age use the Internet for a variety of things; anything from shopping, to research, and even hoping to find true love. Now candidates for the 2008 presidential election are taking their forums to the Internet, in a cyber race which could lead to the White House.

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Officially Open For Business

Updated: 01/23/2007 - The new Health For All Clinic in Bryan has been open for a couple of months, but the official ribbon cutting ceremony happened Monday. Organizers were also granted quite a housewarming gift.

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Spanking Debate Heats Up

Updated: 01/22/2007 - How far is too far when it comes to disciplining a child, and should the government have a say in legislating parenting? Some Brazos Valley residents think no.

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Fatal Accident on FM 46

Updated: 01/23/2007 - An early Monday morning accident in Robertson County left two people dead.The accident happened on FM 46 South between Franklin and Wheelock. The Department of Public Safety says the driver was speeding around a curve, then lost control and rolled several times.

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A&M Students Dabble in Design for Shelter

Updated: 01/22/2007 - The Twin City Mission and Texas A&M University are teaming up for a semester long project. Students with the College of Architecture, will be working with the mission to create designs for the new homeless shelter.

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Bryan Chooses Interim Police Chief

Updated: 01/22/2007 - It appears the city of Bryan is ready to name an interim police chief. Retired Waxahachie Chief Bobby Whitmire was in Bryan Monday for an interview. Afterwards, City Manager David Watkins said Whitmire was the panel's unanimous pick.

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Saw 'Em Off Logo Under Dispute

Updated: 01/22/2007 - It's a lawsuit that has hit the core of Aggie tradition. The University of Texas has filed a suit against Aggieland Outfitters for their "Saw 'em off" logo. The University's suit says the logo, infringes the longhorn trademark, causes confusion among consumers, and results in lost sales of UT branded products.

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College Station Woman Accused of Sexual Assault

Updated: 01/23/2007 - A College Station woman remained behind bars Monday night, after she was accused of inappropriate behavior with a child. Laura Cole, 44, was arrested Friday after a 14-year-old boy told police Cole had sexually assaulted him.

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Bryan Double Shooting Included Possible Suicide Attempt

Updated: 01/22/2007 - A confrontation outside a Bryan apartment complex led to a shooting and an apparent suicide attempt. Police responded to a call of shots fired at the Reveille Ranch Apartments around noon Monday.

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Body Found on FM 159 Identified as Missing CS Man

Updated: 01/22/2007 - The body found in South Brazos County a week-and-a-half ago is that of a missing College Station man. Now, the search is on to find out how Demetrius Browder ended up where he did.

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CSPD Officer Cleared in Horse Shooting

Updated: 01/22/2007 - An off-duty College Station police officer accused of shooting a neighbor's miniature horse has been cleared of any wrongdoing. A Brazos County grand jury determined that filing criminal charges against Damian Anderson was not warranted or justified.

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