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Local Cemetery Gets Historical Marker

Posted: 05/13/2006 - Mount Calvary Catholic Cemetery in Bryan which dates back to 1873 is now a historical site. A Texas Historical Marker was dedicated at the cemetery Saturday.

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Aggie Grads Hear From Bush 41

Updated: 10/28/2006 - It's the annual event that brings thousands to Aggieland, and sends thousands out into the real world. College graduation is a rite of passage in a young person's life, but rarely do graduates get to hear from a former leader of the free world.

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Brenham Man Arrested for Cyber Crime

Posted: 05/12/2006 - For the second time in six months, a Brenham man is behind bars accused of soliciting a minor over the Internet.

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Med Celebrates 75 Years

Posted: 05/12/2006 - The College Station Medical Center is celebrating its 75th birthday. The health care facility has undergone lots of changes over the years.

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Medicare Deadline Monday

Posted: 05/12/2006 - There are only a few days left for seniors to sign up for the new Medicare prescription program. The sign up deadline is this Monday May 15. A poll shows that close to half of seniors surveyed aren't convinced the plan is a good one.

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Walker's Punishment Phase Could Take Place Next Month

Posted: 05/12/2006 - It could be another month before Queen Walker knows her punishment. The former Brazos County employee was found guilty Thursday of stealing thousands of dollars from the Brazos County District Attorney's office.

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Junk Gypsies

Posted: 05/12/2006 - You could call it "Texas Couture." It's a hip style that's taking the United States by storm. It's trendy, it's Texas, but the style isn't only adored in the lone star state, it's branching out. And, at the heart of the style you'll find two Texas A&M graduates that call themselves the "Junk Gypsies."

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Duo of Drug Busts in Bryan

Updated: 05/12/2006 - A Bryan man is in jail after police busted him with a lot of pot. The Tabor Road residence of Jeramy Steen, 32, was searched Friday morning as part of an on-going investigation.

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Independents for Governor

Posted: 05/12/2006 - Kinky Friedman and Carole Keeton Strayhorn have submitted signatures to put them on the ballot in November for the governor's race. The two independent candidates need 45,540 valid signatures each.

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Rita Bus Fire Victims Reach a Settlement

Posted: 05/12/2006 - Victims of a bus explosion that killed 23 nursing home patients fleeing Hurricane Rita have reached a settlement with the bus company and travel broker. Global Limo, the owner of the bus, and BusBank, which hired the bus company for the nursing home, will pay the group eleven (M) million dollars.

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Border Defense

Posted: 05/12/2006 - Defense officials say the Pentagon is looking at ways the military can help provide more security along the US border with Mexico. If such plans were approved, it would be another politically sensitive domestic role for the armed forces.

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School Reform Bill

Posted: 05/12/2006 - The Texas Senate has approved legislation that includes several education reform measures. Here's a look at some of those initiatives.

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Gas Prices Fall Again

Updated: 05/12/2006 - Retail gasoline prices eased statewide for a second week in a row. The highest and lowest prices can be found along the Texas coast.

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Noland Trial Recesses Until Monday

Posted: 05/11/2006 - The state continued presenting it's case today in the Texas Renaissance Festival murder trial. The prosecution was expected to wrap up Thursday morning, but did not finish.

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Queen Walker Found Guilty

Updated: 05/12/2006 - After four days of witness testimony, a Brazos County jury says Queen Walker is guilty of stealing thousands of dollars from the District Attorney's office. A date for the penalty phase to begin has not been set.

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Pair Involved in Motorcycle-Bike Accident OK

Posted: 05/11/2006 - Both riders involved in an auto pedestrian accident involving a motorcycle and eight-year-old on a bike are expected to be OK. The accident happened in the residential area at 1000 Eleanor Street in front of the Lincoln Center shortly before 9pm Wednesday.

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Arrest Total in CS Bank Robbery Now Five

Updated: 05/12/2006 - College Station authorities made a trip to Arkansas to pick up a trio of bank robbery suspects. Their arrests are the last in a line of warrants issued after a State Bank branch was robbed nearly a month ago.

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Walker County Jail Space Problems

Posted: 05/11/2006 - Like many others across the state, Walker County's jail is overcrowded. The jail staff is constantly shuffling inmates around and officials say they're running out of options.

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Parents Rally

Posted: 05/11/2006 - A parents’ rights group took to the streets of Huntsville Thursday. People for Equal Parenting marched down 11th Street to draw attention to child custody issues.

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Feds to Look Into Now-Bigger Drug Bust

Posted: 05/11/2006 - The Leon County drug bust is now a federal case. Priciiano Villanueva remains in a Leon County jail, and is now being held without bond. The drugs he's charged with transporting Tuesday have been taken to a DPS crime lab.

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Protest Spurs Removal of Flags

Posted: 05/11/2006 - The University of Texas at Arlington has taken down more than 120 flags representing international students in response to protests over the Socialist Republic of Vietnam flag. The flags represented all international students who have studied in the engineering college.

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Local Delegates Last Day in Washington

Updated: 05/11/2006 - With a final photo opportunity and critical meeting with a Texas senator, the Chamber of Commerce’s trip to Washington was over in a flash. In their final hours, local leaders met with Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison on a day when the Senate debated a $70 billion tax cut bill.

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Strayhorn Loses One Fight, Investigates Another

Posted: 05/11/2006 - Independent gubernatorial hopeful Carole Keeton Strayhorn's lost her court battle to force the state to speed verification of signatures to get her on the November ballot. Meantime, a state senator wants Strayhorn to investigate a contractor involved with the CHIP program.

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Tornado Zone Under Curfew

Posted: 05/11/2006 - The tornado-tossed area around the tiny North Texas community of Westminster was under a dusk-to-dawn curfew overnight. That's after two -- and possibly three -- tornadoes roared through the area Tuesday night -- killing three people and sending ten more to area hospitals.

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Teen Hospitalized with Rabies Infection

Posted: 05/11/2006 - Harris County health officials have confirmed the rabies infection of a Houston-area teenager -- and said he was likely infected by a rabid bat. The Humble High School sophomore is in critical condition at Texas Children's Hospital in Houston after showing symptoms last week.

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