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San Antonio Celebrates Bishop's Canonization

Posted: 10/16/2006 - The San Antonio relatives of a Mexican bishop who fled to Texas in the 1920s are celebrating his canonization as a Catholic saint. Pope Benedict the 16th Sunday canonized former Bishop Rafael Guizar y Valencia. He is the first Latin American bishop to be canonized.

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BP Fire Investigation

Posted: 10/16/2006 - Investigators say a July 2005 fire at BP's Texas City refinery could have been prevented. A report released Sunday by the US Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board said workers installed pipe that was not resistant to high temperatures.

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Attempted Retaliation Leads to Man's Arrest

Updated: 10/16/2006 - A fight at a College Station home, followed by a threat of more violence led to a large police response Sunday. It started after 11 a.m. when a group of people began arguing at home in the 500-block of Eisenhower. One man pulled a gun, but later had the firearm wrestled away from him.

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Texas Avenue Construction Causes Street Closing

Updated: 10/16/2006 - A College Station street near a busy intersection is shutting down Monday, thanks to Texas Avenue construction. Work crews will close Valley View Drive at Texas Monday. That's just a block north of Texas Avenue and F.M. 2818 in College Station.

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College Station, Brazos County Offer Warrant Amnesty

Posted: 10/15/2006 - If there's an unpaid fine on your record, you get a free pass on warrant fees for the next two weeks in Brazos County and College Station courts. That's because the College Station Municipal Court and Brazos County Justice of the Peace Courts are participating in a warrant amnesty period.

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Medieval Adventure

Updated: 10/16/2006 - For those who are ready to journey to the land of "once upon a time", The Texas Renaissance Festival may be just the escape you've been looking for.The event is in its 32nd year, and both tourists and actors at the festival keep coming back year after year. Some actors believe the success of the event stems from the atmosphere that is created upon entering the gates.

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Bridal Show

Updated: 10/16/2006 - Brides-to-be enjoyed a Bridal Show Sunday afternoon, at the Student Rec Center at Texas A&M University. The event gave engaged women the opportunity to visit different vendor tables and get ideas for their wedding. Photographers, wedding cake makers, and ballroom dance lessons were just a few of the vendors that were present.

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Aggies Again Prove They "Can" With Food Drive

Updated: 10/28/2006 - The Aggie Athletic Department wrapped up their second day of an annual Aggies Can drive to help the Brazos Food Bank. Volunteers were out in force before the Aggies' football game to collect can and cash donations.

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Louisiana Authorities Coming to Pick Up Suspect

Updated: 10/14/2006 - College Station police are awaiting the arrival of Louisiana authorities after the arrest of a murder suspect Friday. According to law enforcement officials out of Alexandria, they plan on arriving in College Station Sunday to extradite 20-year-old Charles Keys Jr.

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Accident Ties Up I-45 in Huntsville

Posted: 10/14/2006 - I-45 is now flowing again southwest of Huntsville after a major accident grid-locked the road Saturday afternoon. The two-vehicle accident happened around 3:20 p.m. near FM 1374.

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Armed Robbery Suspects Wanted in Bryan

Posted: 10/14/2006 - Bryan Police are searching for a pair of suspects in the armed robbery of a store. Around 7:30 p.m. Saturday evening, two black males entered the Easy Shop in 1900 block of La Brisa.

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Stopping Hate At Texas A&M

Posted: 10/14/2006 - Texas A&M has an atmosphere of a great big family. But with any family, there are things that happen to family members they wish could be avoided all together.

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Aggie Entrepreneurial Spirit

Updated: 10/14/2006 - The second annual Aggie 100 luncheon was held at Kyle Field on Friday. Texas A&M graduates who now lead and own businesses around the world were in attendance.

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Presidential Forum

Updated: 10/14/2006 - The 41st President of the United States made a stop a the George Bush Presidential Library on Friday to host a Presidential Leadership Forum. On the forum panel were three special guests.

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Fugitive Arrested in College Station

Updated: 10/14/2006 - A local resident wanted in connection with a Louisiana murder case has been apprehended in College Station. But he didn't go down without a fight.

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Friday the 13th Spooks the Superstitious

Updated: 10/14/2006 - Are you spooked by Friday the 13th? Then lock your doors and batten down the hatches because this is your unlucky day. Friday the 13th has turned into a bit of a cultural joke. Millions of people take it and other superstitions so seriously that they actually change their plans and activities.

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A Voice for Children

Updated: 10/14/2006 - Some Brazos Valley residents can now be the voice for abused and neglected children. 10 Voices for Children volunteers, a group that is part of CASA of the Brazos Valley, were sworn in Friday at the Brazos County courthouse.

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Jury Deliberating in Howard Sentencing

Updated: 10/14/2006 - A Bryan man's fate has been put in the hands of a Brazos County jury. Donald Howard, 49, was found guilty Thursday of breaking into the home of 63-year-old Rosemary Vollmar last year.

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Speaker at CS Council Meeting Dies

Updated: 10/14/2006 - The man whose collapse prompted the early end to Thursday night's city council meeting has died. Dean Carlton had been speaking on an agenda item late in the meeting when he collapsed.

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Bryan Woman Elected ABWA VP

Posted: 10/13/2006 - Lina Lawson of Bryan has been elected national vice president of the American Business Women's Association (ABWA), the nation's premier organization for working women.

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United States to Reach 300 Million Mark

Updated: 10/13/2006 - Set your clocks and mark your calendars, because at 7:46 a.m. Tuesday, America will reach a milestone. That's when the Census Bureau calculates that the United States population will hit 300 million. It comes only 39 years after our country hit 200 million back in 1967.

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CS Council Meeting Ends After Medical Emergency

Updated: 10/13/2006 - College Station's city council meeting was adjourned early Thursday evening after a scary moment. A senior citizen speaking on the final item of the meeting had to be transported to the hospital after nearly collapsing at the podium.

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Lightning Kills Grimes County Resident

Updated: 10/13/2006 - A seemingly harmless horse ride turned tragic for a young Anderson man. Patrick Busa, 21, was killed Thursday when he was struck by lightening while leading his horse through a gap.

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Winter Ready Tips

Updated: 10/13/2006 - As we get closer to winter, temperatures are likely to cause residents to light a fire in their fireplace or push up the thermostat. But before the first cold spell hits, experts say everyone should do a little winter cleaning.

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Reed Arena Gets A Makeover

Updated: 10/13/2006 - Aggie hoops fans are in for a real treat. Some big changes have been made in Reed Arena since last season. The changes are geared to enhance enjoyment of Aggie basketball games.

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