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Willis Man Dies in Iraq

Posted: 06/21/2006 - The Department of Defense has announced that a Willis man has been killed in Iraq. Twenty-three-year-old Sargeant Reyes Ramirez was killed by an IED in Ar Ramadi on June 17th.

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FM 1179 Debate Continues

Updated: 06/21/2006 - It was a less than enthusiastic response to changes the state wants to make to a major Bryan roadway. In fact the audience gathered at Tuesday's public hearing on changes to Briarcrest and Villa Maria were almost unified in their opposition.

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Changes at Calvert ISD

Posted: 06/20/2006 - Calvert's school board is undergoing some leadership changes. Superintendent Morris Ogden stepped down in May.

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CS School Board Action: Super Stipend

Updated: 06/21/2006 - College Station's school board returned from executive session Tuesday night and took no action concerning superintendent Jimmy Creel.

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Bryan's Top Cop to Retire Early

Updated: 06/20/2006 - Bryan's police chief will begin his retirement a couple of weeks early. But he's not going anywhere just yet. Chief Mike Strope had originally planned to retire in August. But the city announced Tuesday his last fulltime day on the job will be July 18.

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Full Slate of Charges Revealed for Pappas

Updated: 06/20/2006 - We know more now about a multiple-count indictment handed up against the former battalion chief of the Bryan Fire Department. It includes four counts of online solicitation of a child and two counts of criminal solicitation of a child.

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Rather's School to Receive CBS Gift

Updated: 10/28/2006 - CBS News has announced former anchor Dan Rather is leaving the organization, but his alma mater, Sam Houston State, will be getting some money as a result.

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Services Set for CS Student

Updated: 06/20/2006 - Services are also set for a College Station 6th grader who died in a Utah car accident. Oakwood Intermediate School student Prairie Gaines will be remembered at a memorial service Friday at 2 pm at Christ United Methodist Church.

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SHSU's Professor Case Dies

Updated: 10/28/2006 - One of Sam Houston State's favorite professors has died. Robert Case was a professor of health and kinesiology at the university since 1983. He headed up that department for a few years of his tenure, and was also the school's athletic director in the early 1990s.

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Same 12th Man Debate, Different Football

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Texas A&M may be battling another group over the use of its 12th Man trademark. Yahoo! is using the logo on its FIFA World Cup fan page. Texas A&M officials say attorneys are setting up a teleconference for both sides to discuss the trademark infringement.

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A&M Breaks Ground for Genomics Institute

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Texas A&M will soon house a facility designed to make Texas a focal point in life sciences. Officials broke ground Tuesday for The Texas Institute for Genomic Medicine. The non-profit institute was founded in 2005 and it should be completed in less than a year.

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Officials: Northgate Fire Not Suspicious

Updated: 06/20/2006 - A Tuesday morning fire at the old Holick's at Northgate does not appear to be suspicious, according to College Station fire officials.

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Homeowner Shoots Teens During Alleged Burglary Attempt

Posted: 06/20/2006 - Police say a Longview homeowner shot two teenagers, killing a 15-year-old, when he confronted them in his living room during an alleged burglary attempt. The homeowner awoke yesterday morning to the sound of breaking glass in his home.

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Student Walkouts

Posted: 06/20/2006 - Some Round Rock students no longer face charges they violated the city's daytime curfew by participating in immigration protests in March. A judge dismissed the cases of five students after prosecutors filed motions to drop the charges earlier this month.

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Southeast Texas Still Under Flood Watch

Posted: 06/20/2006 - The flood watch remains in effect for about a dozen counties in southeast Texas, where heavy rain has turned streets into rivers. A forecaster says the bad weather should end in the Houston area by tomorrow.

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Bodies Found in Iraq

Posted: 06/20/2006 - The US military isn't confirming whether two bodies found today in Iraq are those of two missing American soldiers. A spokesman will only say that two bodies have been found and officials are in the process of identifying them.

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CS Rezoning Possibility Concerns Residents

Updated: 06/20/2006 - A developer hoping to rezone College Station property for commercial use on Highway 6 met strong resistance from residents. They're asking for the group to go back to the drawing board.

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Task Force 1 May Be Back in Action

Posted: 06/19/2006 - With more flooding possible in the coming hours, Texas Task Force One is in town and ready to head south. Teams from Austin, San Antonio and Dallas are spending the night in College Station and are awaiting word from Harris County officials.

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Cattle Rustlers a Growing Menace

Posted: 06/19/2006 - The era of dusty stagecoaches and wagon trains is long gone, but cattle thieves never quite rode off into the sunset. They were the bad guys in a thousand Westerns.

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Future Gen Update

Posted: 06/19/2006 - There's a bidding war between Texas and six other states, each trying to land a billion-dollar power plant that's virtually pollution free. And if the power plant is awarded to Texas, it will be in the Brazos Valley.

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Former Bryan Battalion Chief Indicted

Posted: 06/19/2006 - The former battalion chief of the Bryan Fire department is under indictment by a San Antonio grand jury. Grand jurors handed up an indictment against Nick Pappas last week.

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College Station Student Dies in Utah

Updated: 06/19/2006 - A car accident in Utah has left a College Station school mourning the loss of a student. Oakwood Intermediate School 6th grader Prairie Gaines was killed Friday.

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Craddick Promises Fair Hearing on Recorded Votes

Posted: 06/19/2006 - Texas House Speaker Tom Craddick says he is open to a change in the policy on recorded votes -- if that's what state House members want. Texas is one of about ten states that don't require lawmakers to record their individual votes, making it difficult to know where individual legislators stand.

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Search for Missing Soldiers

Posted: 06/19/2006 - The US military says seven American troops have been wounded in the massive search for two missing American soldiers in Iraq. But there still is no sign of privates Kristian Menchaca of Houston and Thomas Tucker of Madras, Oregon.

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