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Fire Destroys Brazos County Home

Posted: 02/19/2006 - A Brazos County family is homeless after a house fire Sunday afternoon. The fire was reported about 4 p.m. in the 9200 block of Grassbur.

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Evacuees Remember Mardi Gras

Posted: 02/19/2006 - Many people didn't let the cold and rainy weather stop them from attending Mardi Gras festivities in Galveston and New Orleans. Some former New Orleans residents living in the Brazos Valley shared what they loved about Mardi Gras.

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High Speed Chase Ends with Three Arrests

Posted: 02/18/2006 - Three people are in custody after a high speed chase between Bryan and Waco. It started Saturday in Marlin when police tried to pull over a driver on Texas 6. The driver took off and the chase was on.

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Hospital Lay-offs

Posted: 02/18/2006 - Bad news for employees at Huntsville Memorial Hospital. Budget constraints have caused the hospital to lay off 41 workers.

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Interim City Manager Named

Updated: 02/18/2006 - For days, the talk at the City of Bryan was all about who would take over as interim city manager. Saturday the question was answered. Kean Register, manager at Bryan Texas utilities, will take on the task.

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Indictment In Dog Mauling Case

Updated: 02/18/2006 - The owner of six dogs that fatally mauled a 76-year-old Thorndale woman in 2005 has been indicted, but is no longer behind bars.

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Over/Under on Major Old Reliance Work

Posted: 02/17/2006 - While school won't be in session at Bryan's Earl Rudder High School until 2008, traffic experts are quickly forecasting some big changes to that area. You may not recognize Old Reliance Road and Highway 6 in a few years.

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Huntsville ISD Job Cuts

Posted: 02/17/2006 - Five jobs have been cut from the Huntsville Independent School District. The superintendent says low enrollment is causing the need for cutbacks.

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Gas Prices Drop in Texas

Posted: 02/17/2006 - Triple A is reporting a drop in retail gas prices for the third week in Texas.

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Texas Temperatures are Dropping

Posted: 02/17/2006 - After a winter season with spring-like temperatures, the mercury is now dropping across much of the Lone Star State.

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Foutz to Leave College Station

Updated: 02/17/2006 - After some confusion following a Temple newspaper article, a city official in College Station is now confirmed to be leaving.

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Bryan Burglary Suspect Indicted

Updated: 02/17/2006 - The grand jury handed down indictments Thursday, including one for a man suspected of nearly 100 local burglaries.

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Murder Victim Identified

Updated: 02/17/2006 - Bryan's second murder victim of the year has now been identified, but there are still no arrests in this case.

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Hampton Still Can't Stand Trial

Posted: 02/16/2006 - A mentally-handicapped teen accused of assaulting an elderly woman last June was once-again deemed incompetent to stand trial. Philip Hampton is accused of entering a Bryan home and attacking a woman, cutting off part of her nose.

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Report: College Station City Official Headed to Temple

Posted: 02/16/2006 - A Temple newspaper is reporting that a high-ranking College Station city official has accepted a job with the city of Temple. But College Station officials are unaware of the move.

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Formosan Termites Headed This Way

Updated: 02/17/2006 - A new threat is headed to the Brazos Valley, one that could eat a sizeable hole in your home and wallet. And in a strange twist of fate, the arrival of this disaster is directly tied to the cleanup from a previous disaster.

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A&M's Local Economic Impact

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Another year, another record level of annual economic impact on the Bryan-College Station area by Texas A&M University and other members of The Texas A&M University System based in Bryan-College Station.

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Fire Destroys Church

Updated: 02/17/2006 - It took fire fighters over an hour to get a fire under control at Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church on Old San Antonio Road in Robertson County.

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