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Steep Fines Hit Area Motorists in the Pocketbook

Updated: 10/25/2007 - Area motorists are now facing some steep fines after an old piece of legislation gains momentum. The Driver Responsibility Program was established in 2003 and assesses points and fees to drivers for a variety of moving violations

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CDC Visits Bryan School Campuses

Updated: 10/25/2007 - Bryan ISD has been under the watchful eye of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but for a good reason. The school district was one of six across the nation chosen for its promising example of local wellness policies.

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Former A&M Leader Heads Home to Aggieland

Updated: 10/25/2007 - Defense Secretary and former A&M President, Robert Gates, is heading back to Aggieland. The former Aggie leader will be presented Friday, with the 2007 George Bush Award for Excellence in Public Service.

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BP Settles Charges; Ex-employees Face Indictment

Posted: 10/25/2007 - Oil and gas giant BP PLC agreed Thursday to pay $373 million in fines and restitution to end investigations into whether it manipulated energy markets and violated environmental laws, the Justice Department said.

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Doctors' Notes for Sale

Posted: 10/25/2007 - An Oklahoma business has carved out a niche for itself -- making excuses for people. For about $25, students and employees can buy excuse notes that appear to come from doctors or hospitals.

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Dallas Police Put Relaxed Hiring Standards on Hold

Posted: 10/25/2007 - Dallas police say they're now holding off considering applicants with histories of experimental drug use now that city leaders want more time to review the new policy.

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Aggie 100 to Honor Fast Growing Aggie Businesses

Updated: 10/25/2007 - Texas A&M graduates continue to succeed in the business world. To honor their achievements, the Mays Business School's Center for New Ventures and Entrepreneurship will recognize the fastest-growing Aggie owned businesses.

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Defense Lawyers Ask State's Top Court to Accept E-mailed Appeals

Posted: 10/25/2007 - About 300 defense attorneys are asking the state's highest criminal court to accept all death penalty filings by e-mail. The petition today to the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals in Austin is from attorneys who'd like the court to change its rules.

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College Officials Pleased Over Return of Millions to Budget

Posted: 10/24/2007 - Local community college officials are applauding the governor's decision to return $154 million dollars to the budget. This past summer, Governor Perry originally vetoed an appropriations bill that would have sent to 50 Texas community colleges.

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