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Snow Falls for CS Kids

Posted: 08/20/2006 - Despite what the forecasts may have shown you and in defiance of all logic, there was a little bit of snow Saturday in College Station.

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A&M Student in Need Gets Home to Dad

Updated: 10/28/2006 - An update to the story of Mark Musumba, the Ugandan native and Texas A&M student who needed the help of the community to get back home to his ill father.

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Dove Hunt Practice Benefits Crime Stoppers

Posted: 08/20/2006 - Local residents tuned up their dove hunting skills in College Station, with an added emphasis on curbing crime. Brazos County Crime Stoppers hosted a Dove Tune-Up fundraiser at Tonakaway Ranch.

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Bryan Hit and Run Becomes Chase, Crash

Updated: 08/20/2006 - A driver who allegedly struck another car and fled ended up wrecking his own vehicle. The alleged hit-and-runner was actually tailed by his victim Saturday morning to 28th Street, where he ended up losing control.

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College Station Teen Stabbed at Apartment

Updated: 08/20/2006 - College Station authorities are investigating a stabbing that sent a local teen to the hospital. The incident happened around 12:15 Saturday afternoon at an apartment complex in the 1500 block of Park Place.

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And Then There Were Three

Updated: 08/20/2006 - Officials at the City of Bryan have been searching for a candidate to fill the city manager position for close to 6 months. While the search isn't over just yet, it's been narrowed down to three candidates.

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A&M's Gig'em Week Welcomes Ags

Updated: 10/28/2006 - New and returning Aggies are asked to “Catch the Aggie Spirit” during Gig'Em Week, the first week back on campus for many Texas A&M University students before the beginning of the fall semester.

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Welcome Week Means Bearkats are Back

Updated: 10/28/2006 - The Office of Student Activities will introduce incoming freshmen to SHSU and welcome the rest of campus back for the fall semester.

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Road Named for "Mr. College Station"

Posted: 08/18/2006 - A College Station road now has a new name thanks to community suggestions from earlier this year. Highway 40 and Greens Prairie East is now William D. Fitch Parkway.

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Wrestlers Fight for Children's Charity

Posted: 08/18/2006 - Choke holds for charity, leg drops for the less fortunate. It wasn't your standard fund-raising event Friday at the Hilton.

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One Night Only: Gas Drops 50 Cents at One Station

Posted: 08/18/2006 - It's been quite a while since drivers have seen gas prices near the $2.30 mark. But West Oaks Baptist Church made that a reality for a few hundred local drivers. And 50 cents off gasoline was enough to drive a lot of residents to their offer.

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Bryan High Soldier On Leave From Iraq

Posted: 08/18/2006 - It may only be a two week break, but one local soldier is happy to be home even for a short time. Army Sergeant Joseph Alvarado is on leave from his second tour of duty in Iraq.

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CS Assistant City Manager Candidates Named

Posted: 08/18/2006 - College Station has two assistant city manager spots to fill, and now, six candidates to choose from. Friday, the city announced its half-dozen finalists for the positions.

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Interviews Underway for Bryan City Manager

Updated: 08/18/2006 - Bryan's city manager candidates are in town for a set of interviews with councilmembers. They began the Q&As Friday, and will continue them into Saturday.

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Behind the Cafeteria Door

Updated: 08/18/2006 - At Bryan ISD, student nutrition has received a great deal of attention. The semester is young, but it seems students have an appetite for healthier fare.

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More West Nile

Updated: 08/18/2006 - West Nile cases continue to pop up. The latest report came from a dead bird in a south College Station neighborhood.

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State Drought Losses in the Billions

Updated: 08/18/2006 - Texas is dry, too dry. Most of the state is experiencing a significant drought and it's hurting area ranchers and farmers.

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Car Wash Shooter Sentenced

Posted: 08/18/2006 - A Bryan man was sentenced Friday to eight years in prison for shooting a man outside a Bryan car wash. Donny Alvarado, 31, pleaded guilty to aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

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Accident Shuts Down 2818 in Bryan

Updated: 08/18/2006 - A three-vehicle accident on FM 2818 in northwest Bryan closed the road for several hours Friday afternoon and evening. It reopened around 9pm. Two people were injured in the wreck, which happened around 2:45pm Friday.

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Hundreds of Seized Pit Bulls Ordered Euthanized

Posted: 08/18/2006 - A Liberty County court has ordered euthanasia for more than 200 pit bull terriers that were seized from a suspected breeding operation. Liberty County Justice of the Peace Phil Fitzgerald issued the order yesterday. A veterinarian testified that pit bulls trained for fighting usually cannot be rehabilitated as pets.

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Deadly Heat Bakes Portions of Texas

Posted: 08/18/2006 - The state's streak of 100-degree plus weather continued Thursday with little relief on the horizon - and a mounting death toll. At least 19 people have died in Texas during this summer's heat wave. Fifteen of the deaths have been confirmed in Dallas County.

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San Antonio Man Executed

Posted: 08/18/2006 - A San Antonio man has been executed over the 1994 abduction, rape and slaying of a female neighbor. Richard Hinojosa was condemned for killing Terry Wright, whose home was being burglarized.

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DeLay's Replacement

Posted: 08/18/2006 - Tom DeLay's name remains on the November ballot in his former Houston-area congressional district. So Texas Republicans have decided to back a Houston city councilwoman as a write-in candidate.

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Border Slayings

Posted: 08/18/2006 - It could be the break authorities have been looking for in the rapes and killings of at least ten women in a city along the US-Mexican border. The US ambassador to Mexico says the arrest of a man in Denver is "a major break" in the investigation into the unsolved deaths in Juarez, across from El Paso, Texas.

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Schools Work to Keep West Nile Out

Updated: 08/18/2006 - Parents may be relieved that school is back in session, but with West Nile prevalent in the area, the districts are also providing reassurance that the students are protected.

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