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Hearne vs. Mumford Ruling Reversed

Updated: 07/26/2006 - The United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has reversed a ruling by a federal judge that the Mumford School District violated a federal desegregation order. The court of appeals found no evidence that Mumford upset Hearne's racial balance.

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Aggie Grad Killed in Iraq

Updated: 10/28/2006 - A Texas A&M graduate is the latest casualty in the Iraq war. The Army says thirty-five-year-old Captain Blake Russell was killed on Saturday after being hit by enemy fire.

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Wastewater Leaks Into Grimes County Creek

Posted: 07/25/2006 - Public Works officials in Navasota have completed clean-up efforts from hundreds of thousands of gallons of Wastewater that ran into a local creek Monday. The leak happened at the Navasota Wastewater treatment plant.

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Aggie Opens Christian Special Needs Camp

Updated: 07/26/2006 - Texas alone has estimated 12 percent of our children's population with special health care needs. Unfortunately, due to their illness many of these children are left behind in many normal activities others take for granted.

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A&M Student Among Cyber Crimes Arrests

Posted: 07/25/2006 - Two Brazos Valley men are among four people arrested by the Attorney General's Cyber Crimes Unit. One of them was a Texas A&M graduate student who arrived in Shenandoah with a handgun.

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Bryan Sex Offender Arrested

Posted: 07/25/2006 - Bryan Police Officers received information Monday from deputies at the Brazos County Sheriff's Office that they were in search of a wanted suspect named Jimmy Frank Davis for Failure to Register as a Sex Offender. Davis is a 25 year old Bryan resident.

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Wet Weather Heads Our Way

Updated: 07/25/2006 - Get ready for some wet weather over the next few days as abundant Gulf moisture streams overhead leading to several rounds of very heavy rain.

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Jewett Named FutureGen Finalist

Updated: 07/26/2006 - The state of Texas has earned two bids in a billion dollar final four. Tuesday, the FutureGen Alliance announced the Brazos Valley's site is among the finalists to host the revolutionary coal-fueled power plant.

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Japan Ready to OK American Beef

Posted: 07/25/2006 - Japan is preparing to approve a resumption of imports of US beef this week, despite a report of problems at some American processing plants. Japan banned US beef earlier this year amid concerns about mad cow disease.

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Senate Set to Pass Minors Abortion Bill

Posted: 07/25/2006 - The Senate today is expected approve a bill that punishes anyone who helps a girl cross state lines to obtain an abortion without notifying her parents. The House passed the measure last year.

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Suspect Says Drugs and Money Involved in Slayings

Posted: 07/25/2006 - A woman accused in the slayings of four people in Houston told police that she and another suspect were seeking drugs and money at the time. That's according to a probable cause affidavit in the case of Christine Paolilla.

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Infant Dies in Babysitter's Care

Posted: 07/25/2006 - Police are investigating whether heat was a factor in the suburban Fort Worth death of a baby girl and hospitalization of another. Eight-month-old Brittany Stembridge died at a Fort Worth hospital. She and a ten-month-old girl were hospitalized after emergency workers were called Monday to a Haltom City apartment, where they were in the care of an 18-year-old woman.

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Aggie Athletes Celebrate Summer Reading

Posted: 07/24/2006 - The old say that "reading is fundamental" certainly rang true for some local students. As part of the closing festivities for their summer reading program, College Station youngsters got a visit from some Texas A&M student athletes.

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Phase 2 Underway in Downtown Bryan

Posted: 07/24/2006 - Phase 2 of construction in Downtown Bryan is underway as of Monday. For at least the next 18 months, there will be traffic diversions on Bryan Avenue because of the work between 24th and 28th Streets.

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Wastewater Leaked Into Creek

Updated: 07/24/2006 - Hundreds of thousands of gallons of wastewater ran into into a Grimes County creek today. The leak happened at the Navasota Wastewater treatment plant early Monday morning.

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Haifa Resident Trying to Make Do

Posted: 07/24/2006 - Many Israeli's living in the war zone have been evacuating to safer areas in the South. But despite fleeing their homes, they're holding out hope that US intervention may pave the way for their return.

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Mask Revealed from Hotel Robbery

Posted: 07/24/2006 - College Station Police have released a description of the type of mask that was used in an armed robbery of local hotel Friday morning. Suspects are still being sought in that and another hotel robbery.

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Super Candidates Upcoming at CSISD?

Posted: 07/24/2006 - There are a number of options on the table for College Station's school board as they prepare for yet another special meeting. Tuesday night, the board will discuss the superintendent's position recently made vacant with the exit of Jimmy Creel.

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Bryan's Council to Examine Two Projects

Updated: 07/25/2006 - As the deadline to accept a bid approaches, Bryan's City Council will get the latest details on the proposed Justice Center. Also on Tuesday's agenda, the council will look at a tax increment reinvestment zone created for the development of Burton Creek.

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Robertson County Burn Ban

Posted: 07/24/2006 - Weekend rains haven't stopped Robertson County officials from issuing a burn ban. After talking with several fire chiefs, authorities on Monday decided a burn ban would be necessary beginning August 1st.

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State Officials Investigating Horse Deaths

Updated: 07/24/2006 - A Texas Department of Agriculture investigation continues into the deaths of more than two dozen horses at a local equestrian center. Data released Friday showed the presence of toxic phosphine gas in the dead horses' stomachs.

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Students Digging for Artifacts at the Alamo

Posted: 07/24/2006 - Archaeology students are working to dig up more history at the Alamo. Project directors are hoping the students from the University of Texas at San Antonio can shed light on the history of the Texas Revolution battle site. It's the first excavation at the former mission in more than ten years.

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Los Lonely Boys say Bassist's Arrest a Misunderstanding

Posted: 07/24/2006 - A spokeswoman for Los Lonely Boys says the arrest of the band's bassist on allegations he assaulted his fiancee was all a misunderstanding. Police say they arrested 26-year-old JoJo Garza at an Austin hotel on Saturday. He was arrested on charges of assault causing bodily injury and possession of less than two ounces of marijuana.

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S.C. Police Looking for Suspect in Texas Killings

Posted: 07/24/2006 - South Carolina investigators say a man wanted in connection with four deaths in Texas was reported seen on a street in South Carolina. Greenville police Lieutenant Gerald Hunt says there was a report that 21-year-old Christopher Lee Snider was seen last week.

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Suspected Carjacker Arrested after Truck Chase

Posted: 07/24/2006 - A carjacking suspect is behind bars in Collin County this morning after a three-hour police chase Sunday. Authorities say 32-year-old Samuel Scott Jones is accused of commandeering an 18-wheeler and holding the driver hostage during the chase.

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