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Jail Violations

Posted: 10/12/2006 - A privately run South Texas jail from which six inmates escaped last month had too few guards, too many beds and unlicensed officers. The inmates remain on the run from the East Hidalgo Detention Center in La Villa.

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Friedman Not Slated to Speak to NAACP

Posted: 10/12/2006 - Independent Kinky Friedman's racially charged comments have infuriated minority groups. He's the only major gubernatorial candidate who won't speak at this week's Texas N-Double-A-C-P state convention in Austin.

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Death Penalty Case Review

Posted: 10/12/2006 - A judge has ruled that the Bexar County district attorney should be allowed to investigate whether Ruben Cantu was wrongly executed in 1993. State District Judge Mary Roman says she found no due process violation that would prompt District Attorney Susan Reed's disqualification.

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Hutchison: Extending the Farm Bill will be a Fight

Posted: 10/12/2006 - US Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison says she expects the next farm bill will be crafted without access to some foreign markets. The senator says it's going to take a long time to have a level playing field without subsidized competitors -- and it's going to be a fight.

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New CS Fire Station Receives Award

Updated: 10/11/2006 - It was a rough start for Fire Station number 5 in College Station, but now, it's all starting to pay off. Wednesday, Fire Chief magazine recognized the station for its outstanding architecture and design, and awarded it the gold medal in the combined-use category.

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Hoping for More Than "Pathetic" Voter Turnout

Updated: 10/11/2006 - Voter registration for this November's elections is over, but there's still plenty of work for Brazos County's tax office. Hundreds of forms are still being processed. But when it's all said and done, how many of those people can be expected to vote?

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Working for a Safer Northgate

Updated: 10/11/2006 - Changes have been approved for Northgate portion of University Drive. College Station's city council voted to go ahead with proposed improvement to University Drive back on September 28th.

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Going Bald for Babies

Updated: 10/11/2006 - Post Oak Mall's general manger shaved his head to keep babies from being born premature. Jack Love is the mall's general manager who challenged management and store employees to raise 15-hundred dollars for the March of Dimes.

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Aggie Killed In Bicycle Accident

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Texas A&M students are mourning the loss of one of their own. Benjamin Pohlmann died Wednesday morning at St. Joseph. Pohlmann was hit while riding his bicycle Tuesday night.

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CS Police: Bank Robber Wanted

Updated: 10/11/2006 - College Station Police are looking for a bank robber on the run. Police say a man walked into the Post Oak Mall branch of First National Bank Wednesday around 10:30 a.m. and demanded money at gunpoint.

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Bond Set for Grimes County Shooting Suspect

Updated: 10/11/2006 - Bond has been set for the 19-year-old man charged with attempted capital murder in Grimes County. Deon Rush's bond is set for $310,000. According to authorities, Rush was arrested Tuesday after he broke into a house and shot a man.

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Area Youth Prepare for the Future

Posted: 10/11/2006 - Brazos County youth received a first hand look of what their future might hold for them. Wednesday the Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce hosted their 9th annual Youth to Career Fair at Reed Arena.

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A&M's Guerrero Earns Influential Honor

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Dr. Tito Guerrero, III, Texas A&M University’s vice president and associate provost for diversity, has been named to Hispanic Business Magazine’s “2006 Hispanic Business 100 Influentials” listing.

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Mays School Places High in National Ranking

Updated: 10/28/2006 - It’s hard to match Harvard’s pace in any field, but when it comes to productivity in the top management research journals, the faculty at Texas A&M University’s Mays Business School has done so.

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Yankees Pitcher Killed in NYC Plane Crash

Updated: 10/11/2006 - The National Transportation Safety Board says two regional investigators are already at the scene of Wednesday's crash of a small plane into a Manhattan high-rise. New York Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle was aboard the plane and was killed.

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Are Photo Buttons Distracting in Court?

Posted: 10/11/2006 - Can a murder defendant get a fair trial if grieving relatives sit in court wearing buttons bearing the picture of their slain loved one? That question will be argued today in the US Supreme Court.

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Updated: 07/17/2008 - Find out what's lurking behind the kitchen door of your favorite restaurant. How do they fair under the watchful eye of the Brazos County Health Department?

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Building for Safety at DFW

Posted: 10/11/2006 - Construction is about to begin on perimeter runways at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport to bolster safety and schedules. Those special taxiways will eliminate the need for planes on the ground to cross runways that are being used for takeoffs and landings.

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Katrina Students Could Get Academic Aid

Posted: 10/11/2006 - Thousands of students who fled last year's Hurricane Katrina and ended up in the Houston area may soon be offered six-day school weeks. Extra tutoring also could be in store to help young Katrina evacuees catch up to Texas academic standards.

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Twelve Year Old Driver Crashes Van, Kills Mom

Posted: 10/11/2006 - A 12-year-old boy driving the family van crashed through a glass wall yesterday in Humble, killing his mother and injuring two others. Police say it was raining and the boy had been moving the vehicle closer to the building.

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Groundbreaking on Justice Center Rescheduled

Posted: 10/10/2006 - The city of Bryan has rescheduled the ceremonial groundbreaking of the new Justice Center for Tuesday, October 24 at 2 p.m. The ceremony was originally supposed to take place last week, but was canceled after the death of Bryan Police Officer Jim Do.

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Madisonville's Council Approves Zoning

Posted: 10/10/2006 - Just like Bryan and College Station, the city of Madisonville will soon have zoning decisions of their own. Tuesday evening, in a 4-to-1 vote, the council approved an ordinance that creates zones for the city effective December 1.

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Bryan Council OKs Zoning Changes, Coulter Rehab

Updated: 10/10/2006 - Tuesday, Bryan's city council approved the first reading of three separate rezoning requests on the number of unrelated residents who can live in a home. Also, changes are on the way at Coulter Airfield after the council approved runway rehabilitation.

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Texas Reds the Hot Topic of Bryan's City Council

Updated: 10/10/2006 - The Texas Reds Steak and Grape Festival is eight months away. The soon-to-be annual festival will be the city of Bryan's attempt at a signature event. But there has been confusion and questions about the festival.

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Honoring Hispanic Businesses

Posted: 10/10/2006 - Hispanic businesses were honored at the Briarcrest Country Club on Tuesday. The Bryan-College Station Chamber of Commerce co-sponsored a luncheon with the Texas A&M's Historically Underutilized Business program.

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