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New Developments in CS Economic Director Search

Posted: 08/01/2006 - College Station is also moving closer to filling a high-ranking vacancy. Four finalists have been named for the open position of director of economic development.

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Council to Discuss Bryan's City Manager Spot

Updated: 08/02/2006 - Bryan's city council is looking to narrow the list for their next city manager. Wednesday morning, the council will meet in executive session to discuss the issue. Right now, the group has 30 candidates.

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Hearne Resident Remembers UT Sniper Terror

Updated: 08/02/2006 - Forty years ago Tuesday, Charles Whitman unleashed terror from atop the University of Texas bell tower. But for those who survived, no amount of time can ever erase the nightmare.

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Latest TEA Scorecard Raises Eyebrows

Updated: 08/02/2006 - It's the one time of the year when the tables are turned on Texas school districts. Instead of giving grades, schools receive grades in the TEA's annual accountability report.

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Park Dedicated for Explosion Victim

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Two years after an explosion at a Texas A&M apartment complex, a park will be dedicated in memory of a 4-year-old killed. A marker naming Lamiya Zahin Memorial Park will be unveiled during a ceremony at 10 a.m. Wednesday morning at the University Apartments' playground.

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Amateur Race Car Driver Hits the Big Time

Posted: 08/01/2006 - What does it take to become a professional stock car driver? A local amateur race car driver is about to find out. Tommy Garcia of Bryan has been selected to be part of the reality show called "Racin' for a Livin'."

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Morning-After Pill Headed OTC?

Updated: 08/01/2006 - The government has agreed to take another look at whether to allow over-the-counter sales of the morning-after pill. The FDA has notified the manufacturer of Plan B pill that it wants to discuss marketing the drug to women over 18.

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Brazos County Burn Ban Back On

Posted: 08/01/2006 - Brazos County commissioners have reinstated the burn ban. On Tuesday commissioners made it illegal to burn for the next 90 days. Dry conditions and lack of recent rain are the reason for the ban.

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Keeping Electricity Costs Down

Updated: 08/01/2006 - Electricity costs could be hurting your wallet this summer. As temperatures increase outside, air conditioners run even more, and electricity bills rise. That's why home builders are looking to new ways to keep costs down for the consumer.

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Cain Dining Facility Closes

Updated: 10/28/2006 - In 1972, Cain Hall on the A&M campus opened as a state-of-the-art facility for student athletes. Tuesday, the last piece of that tradition for Aggie athletes closed its doors, as the dining hall at Cain shut down.

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SHSU Faculty Member Found Dead

Updated: 08/01/2006 - Bryan Clifton McHenry, a lecturer in the English department at Sam Houston State University, was found in his office about 9 p.m. Monday, unconscious and not breathing.

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40 Years Since U.T. Tower Sniper Attack

Posted: 08/01/2006 - It's been a low-key observance on the University of Texas campus for Tuesday's 40th anniversary of the U.T. Tower massacre. The school lowered flags to half-staff.

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Hutchison Wants Justice to Back Off Wright Amendment

Updated: 08/01/2006 - U.S. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison wants Attorney General Alberto Gonzales to back off reviewing a plan to lift restrictions at Dallas Love Field. Hutchison backs a compromise on the long haul-flight restricting Wright Amendment.

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FBI Subpoenas Dallas School District Credit Card Receipts

Posted: 08/01/2006 - The FBI has subpoenaed the Dallas Independent School District's credit card records from the past two-and-a-half years. The FBI began investigating possible corruption within the district last summer after The Dallas Morning News reported on relationships between district officials and vendors.

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Mom Shot During Robbery Attempt

Posted: 08/01/2006 - A Mesquite mother of three is hospitalized in stable condition after a gunman shot her while trying to rob a Dallas recreation center where she works. She was reportedly unable to open the safe to meet his demands.

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Another Body Recovered in Border City

Posted: 08/01/2006 - Police in the Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez have found the body of a woman on a dirt road. The find of the body of 29-year-old Abigail Rodriguez yesterday comes in a city made infamous by the killings of more than 100 other young women since 1993.

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East Texas Boy Dies from Drill Injuries

Posted: 08/01/2006 - A nine-year-old East Texas boy has died of injuries suffered when a drill allegedly thrown by his stepfather pierced his chest. Longview police say the boy caught the cordless drill thrown by Fredrico Garcia in the family's backyard.

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Texas Wildfires

Posted: 08/01/2006 - Despite gusty winds, firefighters say they made progress in containing wildfires burning around Texas. Fires broke out in north, central and western areas of the state.

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Beating the Heat For Reading

Posted: 07/31/2006 - For filling the lazy days of summer with books, area youths got a chance to be a little less than lazy as part of the Ringer Library's reading celebration.

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Band's Potential Move Raises Aggie Ire

Updated: 10/28/2006 - A Big 12 ruling will likely make a big change to a Texas A&M football tradition. Starting in 2007, all school bands must be seated outside the 25 yard lines. The change comes after concerns that the band could distract opposing teams.

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Walker County Drug Death Investigation Complete

Updated: 07/31/2006 - A month after the practices of the Walker County Sheriff's office came into question, a grand jury's ruling cleared them of all wrongdoing. The Walker County Sheriff's office says the investigation into the death of Courtney O'Bryant is complete.

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Volunteers Participate in Dayz of Caring

Posted: 07/31/2006 - Hundreds of volunteers are taking time this week to prove they care about their community. The United Way is hosting its annual Dayz of Caring and hundreds of volunteers have signed up to take part.

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Pedestrian Killed on Highway 6

Updated: 08/01/2006 - A Waco man walking along Highway 6 was killed early Monday morning after being hit by an 18-wheeler. The accident happened around 3:30 a.m. just north of Benchley in Robertson County.

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Madison County Appoints Health Inspector

Posted: 07/31/2006 - Madison County restaurants may soon be cleaning up their act. County commissioners have agreed to hire a health inspector. County employee Keith Sanders will take on the responsibility.

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Harris County to Tighten Access to ERs

Posted: 07/31/2006 - The Harris County Hospital District says tomorrow it will start diverting non-urgent patients away from emergency rooms. Officials say it's an effort to reduce emergency room overcrowding brought on by walk-in patients seeking care for relatively minor problems.

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