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Car Burglaries May Be Solved

Posted: 07/28/2006 - A rash of local car burglaries may have been solved after police investigate a suspicious person. They reportedly found property stolen from five separate car thefts.

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Drug Bust

Posted: 07/28/2006 - Two local residents were arrested when investigators acted on a search warrant. The College Station Special Investigations Unit also seized over $9,000 worth of drugs.

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Tractor and Truck Collide, Injuring Two

Posted: 07/28/2006 - A couple of Normangee residents are in serious condition after they hit a tractor on FM 1452 near OSR. Carl Caldwell and Eric Gessner were taken to Scott and White in Temple.

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Miriam's Story from the Middle East

Updated: 07/28/2006 - Miriam Hage-Ali of College Station, her aunts, uncles and cousins went to Lebanon to visit her father's side of her family. She arrived in late May before the conflict, and left the country right in the middle of it.

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New BioEnergy Alliance to be Announced

Updated: 10/28/2006 - With energy costs soaring, the Texas A&M System is preparing to form an internal alliance to develop new sources of energy.

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More West Nile in the Brazos Valley

Posted: 07/27/2006 - Another case of West Nile was found in the Brazos Valley. Mosquitoes collected in the 2700 block of Mirkwood Court in Bryan tested positive for the virus. Residents in the area will be notified by the health department.

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Juveniles Admit to Mailbox Bombings

Posted: 07/27/2006 - Two Bryan 14-year-olds have admitted to placing homemade bombs in a pair of mailboxes. Their cases have been sent to juvenile authorities for referral.

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Alleged Robertson County Rustlers Caught

Updated: 07/28/2006 - The investigation continues into an alleged cattle rustling ring in the Brazos Valley. Terry Meadors and Bryan Renfrow were arrested by Brazos County authorities Wednesday. They are believed to have stolen cows Monday and taken them to the livestock auction in Bryan. But the two may also be behind numerous other cattle thefts in the last few months in Robertson County.

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Texas Education Agency Pulls Monitor From Mumford ISD

Posted: 07/27/2006 - The Texas Education Agency says there is no longer a need for someone to help monitor how Mumford Independent School District accepts transfer students. Don Robbins, who was assigned monitoring duty in 2002, says the TEA has relieved him of the assignment.

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Autopsy: Baby Death Not Suspicious

Posted: 07/27/2006 - Investigators in Montgomery County say foul play probably did not play a role in the death of an 11 month old. Initial autopsy results released Thursday revealed there was no blunt trauma to the child or any injury to his organs.

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Gubernatorial Candidates to Debate

Posted: 07/27/2006 - A televised debate is scheduled for October Fifth for Texas gubernatorial candidates. It remains unknown if Governor Rick Perry will take part.

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Republicans Argue to Keep DeLay off November Ballot

Posted: 07/27/2006 - GOP attorneys say letting another Republican replace ex-Congressman Tom DeLay on the ballot would promote interest in the race by giving voters a choice. A federal judge in Austin ruled the name of the embattled former House majority leader must stay on the November seventh ballot.

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Yates Hearing This Morning

Posted: 07/27/2006 - Acquitted child-killer Andrea Yates is being committed this morning to a Texas mental hospital. A Houston jury has decided Yates did not know it was wrong to drown her five children in a bathtub five years ago.

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Israel Allegedly Not Expanding Lebanon Offensive

Posted: 07/27/2006 - Israel Radio is reporting that top Israeli Cabinet ministers have decided against expanding the country's Lebanon offensive. The report says during a meeting of the security Cabinet, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said the goals of Israel's 17-day offensive are being met.

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Aggieland Rallies for Ill Father's Son

Updated: 10/28/2006 - One Texas A&M student who had a long journey to the big school now wants to make an important journey home. Mark Musumba's father paid his son's way to America. Now, he has fallen ill. And he's going to get a lot of help to return to Uganda.

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Mailbox Bombs

Posted: 07/26/2006 - Two Bryan residents got more than just letters in their mailbox earlier this week. Their mailboxes exploded and were damaged.

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Normangee Prepares for School Bond

Updated: 07/26/2006 - Over the past three years eight Brazos Valley schools have had school bond elections. All but one passed and construction on those new school projects is either complete or underway.

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Bonfire Injury Case Dismissed

Updated: 07/26/2006 - A bonfire injury case has been dismissed in court. Zachry Construction filed the motion to dismiss claims made by Nancy Braus and Dixie Comstock, mothers of two Aggies injured in the bonfire collapse.

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Montgomery County Investigates Baby Death

Posted: 07/26/2006 - An autopsy has been ordered in the death of an 11 month old Montgomery County baby. Montgomery County officials say they suspect foul play after finding the child dead in Conroe on Tuesday.

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Senior Center on CS Council's Docket

Posted: 07/26/2006 - Plans for a Senior Center could get in motion at Thursday's College Station city council meeting when the city staff recommends a firm to develop the design concept.

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BISD Construction

Posted: 07/26/2006 - In 2005, residents voted for $104 million in improvements at Bryan Independent School District. Now those dollars are being put to use. Several projects are underway and Crockett Elementary is one of the largest.

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New Bird Case of West Nile

Posted: 07/26/2006 - West Nile cases continue to pop up in the Twin Cities. The latest discovery is of a blue jay that tested positive for the disease, the third bird to test positive in the county this year.

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A&M Regents Ready for Budget Meetings

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Texas A&M's Board of Regents will be back together for two days of big money meetings. Starting Thursday morning, the board will go behind closed doors to consider the upcoming fiscal year's budget.

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Andrea Yates Found Not Guilty

Updated: 07/26/2006 - A Harris County jury has found Andrea Yates not guilty by reason of insanity on charges she drowned three of her children in a bathtub. The verdict means Yates will be committed to a state mental hospital until a judge deems that's she's no longer a threat.

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