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Day One in Court of Inquiry

Updated: 07/07/2006 - Day One is done in the court of inquiry called for by Judge Rick Davis. At issue is whether Assistant District Attorney Shane Phelps abused his power over a grand jury extended by Davis and investigating DA Bill Turner.

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Boy Recovering After Pit Bull Bite

Posted: 07/05/2006 - A 9-year-old boy is recovering after being attacked by a pit bull on Monday. The family shared their ordeal with News 3.

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Past Record Identifies Robbery Suspect

Posted: 07/05/2006 - We finally know the name of the man who was shot by authorities following an alleged robbery. Madison County Sheriff Dan Douget says the suspect has been identified as Tubbs, 27, of New Orleans. Not long after Tubbs was identified, he was discharged from the hospital and taken to jail.

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Texas EquuSearch Heads Robertson County Search

Posted: 07/05/2006 - It's been over a week and Robertson County authorities are still searching for a missing California man. Wednesday, Texas EquuSearch joined the team in hopes of finding 70-year-old Byron Freeman.

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Enron Founder Ken Lay Dies of Heart Attack

Updated: 07/05/2006 - Enron Corp. founder Kenneth Lay, who was convicted of helping perpetuate one of the most sprawling business frauds in U.S. history, has died, reportedly of a heart attack. He was 64.

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New Clue on Mystery Suspect

Updated: 07/05/2006 - A Madison County shooting suspect is still not talking. But his past could soon be speaking volumes. The unidentified man was shot by authorities following a high speed chase.

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Pit Bull Bites Boy

Posted: 07/04/2006 - A Pit Bull is in the custody of animal control after biting a little boy. The incident happened Monday at the 700 block of Sims Street in Bryan.

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18 Wheeler Accident in Madison County

Posted: 07/04/2006 - DPS continues to investigate an accident in Madison County involving an 18 wheeler. It happened around 4 p.m. Tuesday on the I-45 feeder road at Highway 21.

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Lightning Causes Problems

Posted: 07/04/2006 - A motorist traveling on Highway 21 in Brazos County witnessed quite a scene Tuesday afternoon. A storage tank at an oil field was struck by lightning and blown 75 feet away.

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Huntsville Budget Plans

Posted: 07/04/2006 - Huntsville's city council wants to tighten up its budget and that could mean eliminating some jobs. The city has adopted what it is calling a "Back to Basic" budget.

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Area 4th of July Events

Updated: 07/04/2006 - It was a day of food and fellowship for Brazos Valley residents this 4th of July. The festivities were held to celebrate independence, while recognizing those serving our country.

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Bryan Businesswoman Receives Federal Appointment

Posted: 07/04/2006 - Rebecca Congleton Boenigk, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Bryan-based Neutral Posture, Inc., has been appointed to a three-year term on the National Women's Business Council. She has received numerous awards and sits on the boards of several women's business organizations and an industry group.

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North Korea Test Fires Missiles

Updated: 07/04/2006 - North Korea launched a long-range missile Wednesday that may be capable of reaching the United States but it failed after 35 or 40 seconds, two State Department officials said.

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Fourth by the Numbers

Posted: 07/04/2006 - The U.S. Census Bureau keeps an eye on plenty of things, including the holidays, and on the 230th anniversary of the approval of the Declaration of Independence by the Continental Congress, there are flags, fireworks and hot dogs to be counted.

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O'Hare Surpasses Atlanta for Traffic

Posted: 07/04/2006 - Chicago's O'Hare International Airport is the nation's busiest airport. Atlanta comes in second place, and DFW is listed as the third busiest airport, according to the FAA.

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San Antonio Woman Elected LULAC National President

Posted: 07/04/2006 - Rosa Rosales of San Antonio has been elected the national president of the League of United Latin American Citizens. She's the second woman to lead the group in its 77-year history.

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CS Independence Day Armed Robbery

Posted: 07/04/2006 - College Station police are searching for a man who held up a local hotel at gunpoint early Tuesday morning. According to police, a masked man pointed a handgun at a clerk and demanded cash from the register at the Hawthorn Suites on University Drive.

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Man Held for Fatal Beating of Girlfriend's Child

Posted: 07/04/2006 - A funeral is scheduled this week for a six-month-old Dallas boy who -- according to police -- died after he was abused by his mother's boyfriend. Roderic Holland died Saturday from injuries including a lacerated liver, a bruised heart, a broken arm and broken ribs.

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Houston Boy's Arm Severed by Train

Posted: 07/04/2006 - A boy playing along some railroad tracks in Houston had his arm severed by a passing train. A witness says he saw the boy and some friends reaching out to touch the passing train when the accident happened.

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First Aggie in Space as Discovery Lifts Off

Updated: 07/04/2006 - After two weather delays and last-minute foam trouble, Discovery and a crew of seven blasted off Tuesday on the first shuttle launch in a year, flying over objections from those within NASA who argued for more fuel-tank repairs.

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Garbage Truck Rolls, Loses Load

Updated: 07/05/2006 - A Bryan intersection was trashed as a result of a two vehicle accident involving a private garbage truck. A Texas Commercial Waste official says one of its trucks collided with the back of a trailer around 9 a.m. at the intersection of Highway 6 and FM 2818.

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CLEARly Looking for Governor's Funding

Posted: 07/03/2006 - How much will the governor give? It's the question on the minds of Brazos County authorities as they look to start a new criminal response team.

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July 4th Festivities

Updated: 07/05/2006 - Preparations are underway for July 4 celebrations. Monday, The George Bush Presidential Library was busy preparing for their seventh annual celebration.

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Should Children Be Told They Are Fat?

Posted: 07/03/2006 - How blunt should parents and doctors be in telling children and teens they're fat? Medical professionals are debating whether it's time to replace the fuzzy language favored by the federal government with the painful truth -- telling kids they're obese or overweight.

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Still No Official Winner in Mexico Election

Posted: 07/03/2006 - The two leading candidates in Mexico's presidential election have declared victory. But the race is too close to call. The official count starts Wednesday, and no winner will be declared before then.

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