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Missing Truck Leads to Drug, Theft Charges

Posted: 11/11/2006 - A simple report of an overdue U-Haul truck led to a drug arrest in College Station. The truck was tracked down at the Military Depot store where Kevin Fraser was inside.

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Empty Bowls Project

Updated: 11/11/2006 - The Frame Gallery hosted the Empty Bowls Project. Participants donated at least 15 dollars to select ceramic bowls created by local artist to eat from.

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Retiring Old Glory

Updated: 11/12/2006 - In addition to honoring veterans, a local troup is also honoring the flag. Boy Scout Troop 60 held a flag retirement ceremony at the Christ United Methodist Church.

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Bike-Riding Girl Nearly Abducted

Updated: 11/12/2006 - Brazos County authorities are continuing to be on the lookout for a pair of suspects in the attempted abduction of a nine-year-old girl.

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CSPD Investigates Alleged Northgate Assault

Posted: 11/11/2006 - College Station Police are searching for a man who may have taken pre-game partying to a near-deadly level last night after an allegedly threat involving a knife and a gun.

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Sharing The Aggie Spirit

Updated: 11/11/2006 - On game days, Aggie traditions are front and center. And those traditions had a special audience that came up the road from Houston.

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Veterans, Elections Top Radio Addresses

Updated: 11/11/2006 - President Bush and Howard Dean both thanked the men and women in uniform in their weekly radio addresses, and also talked about Tuesday's elections. Mr. Bush also discussed the selection of Robert Gates as the new Secretary of Defense.

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Bush Honors Military Members on Veterans Day

Updated: 11/11/2006 - On this Veterans Day, President Bush is praising US troops as "our nation's finest citizens." Speaking at Arlington National Cemetery, Bush said US service men and women are sacrificing to make the nation "safer and more secure."

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Surviving Sexual Assault

Updated: 11/11/2006 - Two years ago, a former Texas A&M student survived being sexually assaulted. "Nicole," as we will refer to her, was assaulted by someone she had recently met.

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A&M Students Behind Infamous Video Withdraw

Updated: 11/11/2006 - On Friday afternoon, the president of Texas A&M sent the university community an email saying the three students involved in the racially-offensive video that was posted on the You Tube website have withdrawn from Texas A&M.

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Younger Bush Speaks at Grandfather's Library

Posted: 11/10/2006 - First, it was former President Bush's daughter Doro. Now, it's Mr. Bush's grandson that has made a speech at his library. George P. Bush spoke Friday evening on the role of American youth in volunteerism, political action and community affairs.

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Students Spend Fall Day to Make Flowery Spring

Posted: 11/10/2006 - A number of young students spent the day making sure there will be flowers come next spring. These Rock Prairie students scattered flower seeds across Miller Park at the 9th Annual "blanket the Brazos" ceremonial seed planting.

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Singer Supernaw Arrested Again

Updated: 11/11/2006 - Doug Supernaw's in trouble with the law again. The country music singing star has been charged with misdemeanor drug possession. That's after police in the Houston suburb of Humble arrested him for allegedly having pot with him at a club Wednesday night.

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Blinn Student Receives Major Marine Honor

Posted: 11/10/2006 - One Blinn student got some well-deserved recognition for his service to the US. Sergeant Al Ghongkedze received the Marine Corps Commandant's Trophy for leadership, academics and physical fitness at a ceremony on campus.

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Deaf Pilot Encourages Area Students

Updated: 11/13/2006 - One man has epitomized the phrase 'you can do anything you set your mind to.' Since he was young, Jonathan Leach knew he wanted to become a pilot. But one thing could have kept him from his dreams, Jonathan is deaf. Now he's using his disability to encourage others to follow their dreams.

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Local Dispatcher, Student Killed in La Grange Accident

Updated: 11/11/2006 - A Blinn student and dispatcher for the A&M University Police department was killed in a car accident near La Grange. Kevin Susil's car was hit on State Highway 237 near La Grange Thursday around noon according to reports.

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BP Suit Settlement Includes Gift to A&M

Updated: 11/11/2006 - Engineering students, faculty and researchers at Texas A&M University will be the beneficiaries of a $12.5 million gift from BP to the Texas A&M Foundation.

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Gates to Resign From Iraq Commission

Updated: 11/11/2006 - The White House says the president's choice to replace Donald Rumsfeld as defense secretary will no longer be a part of a blue-ribbon commission trying to devise a new course for Iraq.

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Gas Prices A Mixed Bag

Updated: 11/10/2006 - The weekly AAA-Texas gas price survey released Friday shows the price of regular, self-serve gasoline averaged $2.08 per gallon in Texas, down a penny from last week. The average price rose in three Texas metro areas and fell in eight others.

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Perry Asking Feds for Drought Assistance

Posted: 11/10/2006 - Some ten counties could get aid to offset the consequences of severe drought conditions that have lasted more than a year. Governor Rick Perry asked the federal government for disaster relief assistance for Angelina, Falls, Freestone, Goliad, Limestone, Midland, Refugio, Shackelford, Shelby and Trinity counties.

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Cotton Crop Down, but Still Good

Posted: 11/10/2006 - The lingering drought will cause the cotton harvest in Texas to drop by 32 percent. But farmers in the nation's leading cotton-producing state are hardly panicking.

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Switch Leaves Texans in Minority in Senate

Posted: 11/10/2006 - Despite the Democratic takeover of the Senate and the House, Texas' Republican senators confidently say that the state will still get the federal money it needs. The switch will occur when Congress convenes a new session next year.

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A Trip For Pizza

Posted: 11/09/2006 - Some local kids were lucky enough to take a field trip to a pizza restaurant. Kindergarten students from Kemp Elementary took a trip to Boston's Pizza.

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Bryan Murder Suspect Extradited from Mexico

Updated: 11/10/2006 - The long arm of the law reached all the way to Mexico to bring home a Bryan murder suspect. A three year extradition process ended Wednesday when Bryan police took custody of Juan Delira Martinez as he stepped off a plane at a Houston airport.

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Guilty Plea In Cattle Fraud Scheme

Updated: 11/10/2006 - A Bryan woman pleads guilty in federal court to charges stemming from a fraudulent cattle sale operation. Lisa Smith admitted guilt on 26 charges.

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