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Sam Houston Student Injured in Accident

Posted: 06/17/2006 - A Sam Houston State University student is in stable condition after a car accident in Grimes County. It happened Friday on Highway 30 and County Road 175.

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Forgery Arrest

Updated: 06/17/2006 - Police believe they've caught a suspected counterfeiter. 23 year old Alton Kyle Walton of Bryan was arrested and charged with 2 counts of forgery.

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Juneteenth Celebrations

Updated: 06/17/2006 - The rain didn't stop the Juneteenth Parade from happening Saturday morning. Hundreds showed up for the parade which started at Kemp Elementary on Martin Luther King Street.

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Bryan Likely to Use DOJ's New County Rules

Posted: 06/16/2006 - More than a quarter of Bryan's population has Hispanic origins. Now, the city is prepared to take even more steps to make sure they can vote.

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Coke Consumption May Have Caused Man's Death

Updated: 06/16/2006 - A Huntsville man is dead after authorities say he swallowed cocaine before police could get it. Courtney O'Bryant, 25, was pulled over on a routine stop just before 3pm Friday.

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Grimes County Rollover Wreck Injures Two

Updated: 06/16/2006 - A one-car rollover in Grimes County has sent two people for treatment. The accident happened this afternoon on Highway 30 near County Road 175.

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Higher Broadcasting Indecency Fines

Posted: 06/16/2006 - It will now cost broadcasters a lot of money if they don't keep the airwaves clean. A new broadcast decency bill makes sure of that.

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Juneteenth Celebrations

Posted: 06/16/2006 - There's plenty of Juneteenth celebrations happening Saturday. Juneteenth commemorates June 19Th 1865, the day African American slaves in Texas learned about their emancipation.

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New Museum Gets New Money

Posted: 06/16/2006 - The area's newest museum will have some extra funding from Washington. The Brazos Valley African American Museum has $75,000 written in to an appropriations bill that just passed the House committee.

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A&M's Genomics Institute Gets First Collection

Updated: 10/28/2006 - The first volume for what will be the world's biggest gene libraries is on the proverbial shelves as groundbreaking on Texas A&M's newest facility is days away.

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Old, Torn, and Tattered Flag Project

Posted: 06/16/2006 - If you're looking for a way to get rid of an old, torn, or tattered flag, local boy scouts have the answer. The project is underway in College Station to help members of the community dispose worn American and Texas flags properly. Flags can be dropped off at any of College Station's fire stations.

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Beware of Attacking Squirrel

Posted: 06/16/2006 - Squirrels--their furry, fuzzy, and eat nuts. They've starred in cartoons and maybe you've even had one as a pet. But there's one unique squirrel that's attracting attention at Texas A&M, and it's making sure everyone knows it's the ruler of it's domain.

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Making Money from the Grave

Posted: 06/16/2006 - Long after they've left this life, some celebrities still rake in the bucks. Forbes magazine says Elvis Presley, Albert Einstein, Kurt Cobain and Marilyn Monroe continue to earn enviable incomes from the grave.

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Phony Bank Robber Report in Tyler

Posted: 06/16/2006 - Tyler police are investigating a prank call that drew dozens of gun-wielding officers to a bank, causing a startled diabetic woman to seek medical attention. The officers responded to a 911 call yesterday afternoon, reporting someone was shot during a bank robbery. About 30 officers responded.

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Washington Area Snipers in Texas?

Posted: 06/16/2006 - The Washington area snipers may have been responsible for more shootings than earlier thought -- including a fatal shooting in Texas. The Washington Post, citing a person familiar with the case, reports that Lee Malvo has told investigators he and fellow sniper John Muhammad shot four other people in 2002, two of them fatally.

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More Airport Security for Houston Travelers

Posted: 06/16/2006 - Travelers at George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston could encounter new high-tech security machines. The Transportation Security Administration has installed two explosives-detection machines as part of federal efforts to make airports safer.

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Conditions Keep Firefighters on High Alert

Posted: 06/16/2006 - Firefighters are bracing for a high risk of wildfires across the northern half of the state today. Gusty winds combined with dry conditions are expected.

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U.S. Bishops Approve New Mass Translation

Posted: 06/15/2006 - The nation's Roman Catholic bishops signed off Thursday on a new English translation for the Mass that would change prayers ingrained in the memories of millions of American parishioners.

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Barron Road Projects

Posted: 06/15/2006 - The future of Barron Road was the topic on everyone's tongue at a meeting in College Station. There were a variety of opinions and questions ranging from "why now?" to "why not sooner?"

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CS Extends Power Supplying Deal

Posted: 06/15/2006 - College Station will continue getting electricity from the same source for two extra years. The city signed an agreement with Ohio-based American Electric Power which adds 24 months to its current deal.

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Dead Bat Tests Negative for Rabies

Posted: 06/15/2006 - There is good news about a dead bat found at the bottom of a College Station's public pool. The bat has tested negative for rabies. At least two kids had touched the water-logged critter after it was discovered at Thomas Park.

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Fireworks Allowed in Brazos County

Posted: 06/15/2006 - There will not be a fireworks ban in Brazos County for the 4th of July. Commissioners confirmed Thursday they've missed the deadline to vote due to a mistake by a state association.

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Texas A&M Hurricane Preparations

Posted: 06/15/2006 - The devastation of last year's hurricane season came as a surprise to most. And there's no way Texas A&M could anticipate the important role it would play in housing evacuees. But, this time around, the university wants to make sure there are no surprises.

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A&M Among 29 Sites Vying for DHS Lab

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Three San Antonio-area sites and Texas A&M are among the field of candidates for a proposed federal lab for study of the nation's most dangerous disease threats.

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New Tanks Make for Bigger Messina Hof

Updated: 06/15/2006 - Six new additions to Messina Hof will make it the second largest winery in the state. State-of-the-art tanks that will store 50,000 gallons of wine were installed Thursday morning.

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