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High Early Voter Turn-Out

Updated: 10/24/2006 - The Brazos County Clerk's office has reported what they call a high total for the first day of early voting. 638 people turned out Monday to vote in the 2006 general election. The county clerk's office did not have a record of how many people voted per day in the last gubernatorial election in 2002, but did say in total 18,000 people voted early.

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Task Force Heads Home from East Texas

Updated: 10/23/2006 - Texas Task Force 1 was demobilized from East Texas by local officials and the State Operations Center on Monday. The team had been assisting local officials with damage assessments from the recent heavy rainfall caused by flooding along the Neches River. This weekend, they saved 12 people from the rising floodwaters.

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One Dead in College Station Accident

Updated: 10/23/2006 - One woman is dead, another is injured, and a third is in jail after a one-vehicle accident Saturday night in College Station. Police say the driver was northbound on Texas 6 between Texas 40 and Texas World Speedway when she lost control of her car and flipped.

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Seven More Bryan Neighborhoods Look to Restrict Roommates

Posted: 10/22/2006 - More Bryan neighborhoods are saying "no thanks" to multiple roommates. When city council meets Tuesday, seven more neighborhoods will have their rezoning requests heard for the first time. And another three will have their requests finalized.

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Early Voting to Start Monday

Updated: 10/23/2006 - Early voting for the 2006 election will begin Monday, October 23 and run through Friday, November 3. In Bryan you can vote early at the Brazos County Courthouse, Arena Hall, and Galilee Baptist Church. In College Station, early voting will take place at the Lincoln Center and at the MSC on the Texas A&M University campus.

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Uncovering Treasures of the Past

Updated: 10/23/2006 - For 70 years Sam Houston University students have gathered around the campus's historic duck pond. Whether it was for romance or breakup, since the 1930's the pond has seen it all and now it's getting a clean-up. Saturday students teamed up with the Sam Houston Memorial Museum to clean the pond of pollution and maybe uncover treasures of the past.

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Safety Shoulder Widening Projects

Posted: 10/22/2006 - On Monday, October 23 the Texas Department of Transportation's contractor will begin work on several shoulder widening projects in Brazos County. The construction will be on FM 2776, from FM 974 to Dilly Shaw Road and on FM 974, from FM 2776 to Mancuso Road.

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Halloween A Little Early

Posted: 10/21/2006 - The second annual Fall Fest wrapped up Saturday. The grounds of the Children's Museum of the Brazos Valley served as the site for the event.

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Big News in Wheelock

Updated: 10/24/2006 - The folks of Wheelock, Texas had something to talk about. Two brand new buildings that the town has been dreaming of have been built.

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Texas Task Force 1 Sent to Southeast Texas

Updated: 10/24/2006 - Texas Task Force 1 is headed to Southeast Texas because of heavy rainfall. The College Station-based Urban Search and Rescue Team deployed two water strike teams to the Beaumont area late Friday.

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Homeless Man Steals Lobster as Ticket Back to Jail

Updated: 10/22/2006 - Saying he just wanted to go back to jail, that's exactly where a homeless man is after stealing a live lobster from a local restaurant. College Station Police say Christopher Wolff stole a three-pound lobster from Red Lobster and then walked out of the restaurant.

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Man Stabbed After Argument Over Cell Phone

Updated: 10/21/2006 - An argument over a cell phone ended Saturday morning with a man stabbed and a woman in jail, charged with the attack. College Station Police say Shunda Lanette Boutte pulled a knife and stabbed the man in the arm.

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Murder Suspect Dies in Car Crash

Updated: 10/21/2006 - The search for one of Bryan's most wanted is over. Efrain Gomez, 19, was killed in a car crash in Tarimoro, Guanajuato, Mexico on July 21, according to Bryan police officials.

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Suspects in Horse Slaying Released

Updated: 10/21/2006 - Both of the college students arrested for the savage slaying of a prized horse, are out of jail. Blinn student Kenneth Peterson, 21, was released from custody Friday morning after posting a $60,000 bond. His alleged accomplice, Texas A&M student Walter Williams, 20, posted a $63,000 bond Friday night.

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A Magical Visit for a Special Young Lady

Updated: 10/21/2006 - Tacey Raulerson never ceases to impress people. The seven-year-old is going through her third round of chemotherapy. Cancer has taken both of her eyes, but what she's doing while blind has certainly opened a lot of eyes, including one visitor's Friday.

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Fire Destroys Brazos County Home

Updated: 10/21/2006 - An early morning fire destroyed a Brazos County home Friday. According to fire officials the fire broke out around 1 a.m. in the 7000 block of Deer Trail.

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Former Prison Guard Among Indicted

Updated: 10/21/2006 - A female inmate's account of improper sexual activity with a Bryan prison guard has led to the guard's indictment. Vincent Rosas, 37, was indicted Thursday on two counts of violating the civil rights of a person in custody.

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Area Homeland Security Funding Decreases

Posted: 10/19/2006 - A request from the state will likely mean a lot less money coming to the Twin Cities for Homeland Security. Governor Rick Perry has asked if the state can retain around $130,000 from each city in order to fund projects.

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Arrests Made in Horse Slaying

Posted: 10/19/2006 - A pair of college students have been arrested in connection with the brutal slaying of a young horse. Blinn student Kenneth Peterson, 21, is charged with cruelty to animals and criminal mischief. Those same charges have been filed against Texas A&M student Walter Williams Jr., 20.

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Armed Robbery Spree Grows by Two

Updated: 10/21/2006 - A pair of armed robberies at Bryan convenience stores Thursday makes six total crimes in the last week-and-a-half. Thursday's robberies happened within two hours of each other, and likely were committed by the same two people.

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Deputies Under Investigation

Updated: 10/19/2006 - The investigation into alleged wrongdoing by three Grimes County Sheriff employees has been turned over to the Travis County District Attorney's office. On Tuesday, Sergeant Investigator Greg Eakens, Patrol Sergeant Ryan Schroeder and Investigator Angela Schroeder all resigned amid allegations that they falsified information on federal paperwork.

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High Water Creates Hazards

Updated: 10/19/2006 - Constant heavy rain caused delays for many drivers trying to get to work and school in Grimes County. Students from the Anderson-Shiro School Consolidated Independent School District started school an hour late.

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Scotty's House Launches Campaign

Updated: 10/19/2006 - Because of the increasing need for child services in the Brazos Valley, Scotty's House is out of room and looking to expand. The child advocacy center launched its capital campaign on Thursday.

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Texas Inmate Kills Self Hours Before Scheduled Execution

Updated: 10/19/2006 - He was set to be executed Thursday in Huntsville, but one death row inmate decided not to wait. Michael Johnson, 29, was to die for the 1995 shooting death of a convenience store clerk near Waco, but took his own life instead.

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Fire Damages CS Townhome

Posted: 10/19/2006 - Three Texas A&M students were displaced Thursday due to an early morning fire in College Station. The fire started just before 10 a.m. at the Waterwood Townhomes on Krenek Tap Road.

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