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Houston-area Rapist Targeting Young Men

Posted: 12/19/2006 - A rapist in the Houston area is preying on young men. Five cases have been reported, but police believe there could be even more victims who may be too ashamed to come forward.

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FEMA to Restart Katrina Housing Program

Posted: 12/19/2006 - FEMA is going to restart a housing program for Hurricane Katrina victims in Texas this week. The agency will also start working on letters to explain to families why their housing assistance was cut off this past summer.

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Possible Link in Bryan Robberies

Posted: 12/18/2006 - A Bryan Police investigation into the recent armed robberies has turned up a possible connection. Police say the 17-year-old arrested Thursday in the robbery of Family Hair Styles is a possible accomplice in one of the October robberies.

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Bryan Residents Report Shooting; Details Sketchy

Updated: 12/19/2006 - Bryan authorities are still trying to iron out conflicting details on a potential shooting at a residence on the north side. It happened just before 3 p.m. in the 200 block of Moss Street just across from Sadie Thomas Park.

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Knife Pulled in Mall Robbery Attempt

Updated: 12/20/2006 - An alleged thief added to his troubles when authorities say he pulled a switch blade. Chad Ball, 20, of Bryan was in Macy's when mall security approached him around 2:15 p.m. believing he had taken some goods.

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Injunction Filed as Crash Investigation Continues

Updated: 12/19/2006 - Representatives for the estate of the College Station woman killed in the plane crash in Maryland a week-and-a-half ago have filed an injunction against seven parties prohibiting them from changing, destroying or transferring any information related to the crash.

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Foundation President Named A&M's Interim Leader

Updated: 12/19/2006 - The tides of change have just swept through Texas A&M. The former President, Robert Gates, has been sworn in as Defense Secretary, and the new interim president-elect has accepted the bid.

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Locals Have Breakfast with Santa

Updated: 12/18/2006 - Some families of the Southgate Village Apartments were treated to a very special breakfast Monday morning. Santa Clause joined the residents for breakfast, and also listened to some last minute Christmas wishes from a group of children.

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Holiday Package Sendoff

Updated: 12/18/2006 - 'Tis the season for long lines and waiting. And with just a week left until Christmas, the post office is no exception.

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Brazos County Courthouse Goes Wireless

Updated: 12/18/2006 - The Brazos County Courthouse has taken a trip down the information highway. A few new features have been added to make it easier to access information inside the building. The entire courthouse now has wireless internet access. Visitors can bring laptops into the courthouse and get free internet access.

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Family Reacts to Climber's Death

Updated: 12/18/2006 - The search continued Monday for two of the missing climbers on Oregon's Mount Hood. Sunday the body of one of the climbers, Kelly James, was found. Search crews had remained optimistic even though rough weather had plagued them for days, but that optimism took quite a blow when crews found James' body.

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Astronauts to Take Fourth Spacewalk

Posted: 12/18/2006 - Discovery's astronauts spent months practicing the first three spacewalks of their mission. But they've put together the fourth walk on the fly. Monday afternoon, American Robert Curbeam and Christer Fuglesang of Sweden will try to get a stubborn, half-retracted solar array to fold up.

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Shopping Family Leaves Infant Behind

Posted: 12/18/2006 - Midland police say a three-month-old baby was left unattended in a shopping cart for about an hour when her parents accidentally left her behind. Police Sergeant Alfredo Grimaldo says shoppers noticed the abandoned baby at a Toys "R" Us store.

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Gates Sworn In as Defense Secretary

Updated: 12/18/2006 - Robert Gates is warning that US failure in Iraq would be a "calamity" that would haunt the US for many years to come. He spoke at his swearing-in ceremony at the Pentagon, where President Bush called him the "right man" to face the challenges of Iraq and Afghanistan.

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CS Man Arrested in Hit and Run Accident

Updated: 12/18/2006 - Part of Highway 6 in College Station was closed for several hours Monday morning while police reconstructed a major accident that resulted in one man being arrested. The accident happened just after 6 a.m. at the intersection of Rock Prairie Road and the Highway 6 feeder road.

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Former A&M Student Killed in Iraq

Updated: 12/18/2006 - A Texas A&M student who left the university as a freshman to join the Marine Corps has been killed in Iraq. Lance Corporal Luke Yepsen of Kingwood was killed Thursday. The infantryman was conducting combat operations in Al-Anbar province when he died.

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A&M Regents to Consider Naming Interim President

Updated: 12/18/2006 - As Texas A&M President Robert Gates prepares to become the nation's next defense secretary, A&M System regents are preparing to move on, as well. Regents are expected to meet Monday and name an interim president for Texas A&M.

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Funeral Services Held for Prairie View A&M Cheerleader

Updated: 12/18/2006 - Funeral services were held over the weekend for a former Prairie View A&M cheerleader. Family and friends gathered Saturday at a San Antonio-area church to bid a final farewell to Bethany Norwood.

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Break-In Leads to Ex-Boyfriend's Arrest

Updated: 12/18/2006 - An Austin man faces criminal charges for trying to break in to his ex-girlfriend's College Station apartment. Police say Manual Garcia broke a window at the woman's home in the Enclave Apartments on Holleman about 10:30 a.m., Sunday.

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Beck Street Extension Forces Intersection Closure

Updated: 12/18/2006 - You can expect delays at a Bryan intersection over a couple of days this week. Work crews will close the intersection of Beck Street and Palasota Drive on Tuesday and Wednesday.

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Body of Missing Climber Found

Updated: 12/18/2006 - HOOD RIVER, Ore. (AP) - Another day of searching on Mount Hood has ended following a heartbreaking discovery. Teams looking for three missing climbers found a body after searching a second snow cave near the summit of the Oregon mountain.

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Wii Flies Off Shelves

Updated: 12/18/2006 - Long lines, and people camping out for some of the season's latest and greatest gaming systems, have become a familiar site this holiday season.

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Gates Says Good-Bye

Updated: 12/17/2006 - There are moments in life that most people will remember for a life time. The last graduating class of 2006 at Texas A&M shared one of those rare moments with a man they have gotten to know and love. Outgoing Texas A&M University president told the audience, "My work here is done."

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Ground Search Suspended in Oregon

Updated: 12/17/2006 - Scores of rescue mountaineers have been descending Oregon's Mount Hood, once again frustrated in their attempt to locate three missing climbers. The rescuers were trying to take advantage of a break in the weather. But visibility was limited by winds reaching 50 miles-an-hour, which kicked up soft snow dumped by recent storms.

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Bred For Late Night

Updated: 12/17/2006 - The David Letterman show came looking Saturday morning for a few furry guests to entertain his audience. The late night show held a casting call in the Brazos Valley on Saturday.

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