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FEMA Tells Workers to Stay Out of Trailers

Posted: 11/09/2007 - FEMA is telling its workers to stay out of thousands of its stored travel trailers, amid concerns of exposure to hazardous fumes. But the agency's concern apparently doesn't apply to the more than 48,000 trailers being used by hurricane victims.

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Kyle School Bans Hugging in Halls

Posted: 11/09/2007 - Students at one school in Texas have been told halt the hugging. Administrators at Barton Middle School in Kyle say the decision has nothing to do with inappropriate touching.

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Annual Program in Normangee Honors Veterans

Updated: 11/09/2007 - For about 700 veterans in the Leon County area, a special ceremony of appreciation was held on Thursday. "This is our attempt to make the veterans know we really do love them and we really do care and we really do thank them," Normangee High School senior Jessica Rucker said.

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Is Homelessness a Shrinking Problem?

Updated: 11/08/2007 - "Chronic homelessness is these individuals who will be out on their own, out in the streets, according to HUD without a home repetitively," Ron Crozier with Twin City Missions said.

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Second Graders Design Future Towns

Posted: 11/08/2007 - Several local 2nd graders are planning our future towns. Thursday was World Town Planning Day at Fannin Elementary School.

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Kids Get Crafty During Fire Prevention Week

Posted: 11/08/2007 - Students in Mrs. Santana's kindergarten class know how to scribble with their crayons. They also know how to make a point while doing so.

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Bush to Spend Weekend in Crawford

Posted: 11/08/2007 - President Bush will be spending the weekend at his Texas ranch and hosting German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Bush today has stops in Houston and San Antonio.

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Customs Agents Find Man in Suitcase

Posted: 11/08/2007 - A man hiding in a suitcase and a driver have been detained by Customs officers in El Paso after a failed border smuggling attempt. Authorities believe both men were headed for Denver.

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Texas A&M Student Group Demonstrates Aganist Poverty

Updated: 11/08/2007 - The routine of life can make it real easy to become blind to social problems like poverty and homelessness. However, Texas A&M student Amanda Snyder wants to restore the public's sight.

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Taped Interview Sheds Light on "Baby Joseph's" Death

Updated: 11/08/2007 - The mother of an infant left to die in a Texas World Speedway bathroom says her son was dead at birth. The state played a taped interview for jurors Wednesday between the defendant, Susan Chiniewicz, and Brazos County Sheriff's investigators.

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New Ally in Cancer Treatment

Updated: 11/08/2007 - The new treatment system utilizes digital images and a helmet-like device which allows doctors to focus a precise amount of radiation on a tumor itself.

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Friends Remember Mike Graham

Updated: 11/08/2007 - As friends and family prepared Wednesday to say goodbye to Mike Graham, they also took time to reflect on the impact Graham left on thousands of lives.

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