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Archbishop Resigns

Posted: 02/28/2006 - The archbishop who serves the Galveston-Houston archdiocese has resigned. He has reached the church's mandatory retirement age of 75.

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Enron Trial

Updated: 02/28/2006 - A former Enron accountant says the retail unit was a mess. Wanda Curry claims she felt discriminated against because she pushed for honest accounting practices.

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City Manager Candidates Interviewed

Posted: 02/28/2006 - The College Station City Council spent part of Monday, and will continue Tuesday, interviewing the five candidates for the city manager's position. They hope to make a decision sometime in March.

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Burn Bans Lifted for Some

Posted: 02/28/2006 - Residents in two area counties are once again able to burn outdoor trash piles. Recent rains have made commissioners feel comfortable enough to lift the burn bans.

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Driver of Crashed Car Still Not Located

Posted: 02/28/2006 - A Trans Am remains lodged in the side of an apartment building following a weekend crash, and police continue to search for the driver. The apartment manager fears removing the car could bring part of the building down.

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Another Accident Stops Traffic

Posted: 02/28/2006 - A three vehicle accident on Highway Six Monday stopped traffic. This is the third time in as many days this has happened.

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Social Security Scam

Updated: 02/27/2006 - The Social Security office has issued a warning about about an e-mail scam.

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George Bush Presidential Library Gets Makeover

Updated: 02/28/2006 - If you haven't been to the George Bush Presidential Library recently, now is the time to visit. California based Universal Exhibits has designed plans for a multi million dollar redesign of the museum, and the changes will make this library unlike any other in the nation.

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Madison County Commissioners

Updated: 02/28/2006 - The recent deaths of two Madison County commissioners left a couple of gaping holes on Commissioners Court, but not for long.

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Death of the Dairy Farm: Part 1

Updated: 02/27/2006 - Family dairies once played an important role in the commerce and culture of the Brazos Valley. But today, only a handful remain.

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CS Fire Damages Home

Posted: 02/27/2006 - An afternoon fire in College Station Monday has left a family displaced. Firefighters responded to the Springfield Drive home just before 2pm.

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Recovering from Katrina

Posted: 02/27/2006 - A famous New Orleans restauranteur who is trying to recover from Hurricane Katrina is banking on Mardi Gras to help boost the city's morale.

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Texana Sale

Posted: 02/27/2006 - Rare Texas history artifacts go on the auction block in Austin this week.

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Railroad Killer's Attorney Under Fire

Posted: 02/27/2006 - An attorney for the condemned Railroad Killer is now facing criticism. It appears he filed almost the exact same appeal for another inmate as he did for Angel Maturino Resendiz.

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Ports Security

Posted: 02/27/2006 - The Bush administration gets a reprieve of sorts with a UAE offer for further scrutiny of the ports deal.

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Veterans' Health Care

Posted: 02/27/2006 - Sick veterans in South Texas must travel to San Antonio, and question why an area with so many vets has inadequate care.

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Man Charged in Ex-Girlfriend's Attack

Updated: 02/27/2006 - A 21-year-old man is behind bars after his arrest this weekend for allegedly attacking his ex-girlfriend in College Station.

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UT Dorm Substance NOT Ricin

Updated: 02/27/2006 - AUSTIN (AP) - The FBI says the powdery substance found in a roll of quarters at a University of Texas dormitory is not the potentially deadly poison ricin.

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Bryan Man Arrested for Attacking Ex-Girlfriend

Posted: 02/26/2006 - A Bryan man is in Brazos County Jail charged with attacking his ex-girlfriend. College Station Police say Scott Gibbs, 21, forced his way into his ex-girlfriend's apartment in the 100 block of Luther Street.

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Bryan Police Target Prostitution "Customers"

Posted: 02/26/2006 - An overnight sting by Bryan Police Saturday landed 11 men in jail. Police targeted suspects soliciting prostitutes in the city. In all, 11 men ranging in age from 22 to 50 were arrested.

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Church Tries To Rebuild After Fire

Updated: 02/27/2006 - A local congregation hopes to rebuild after a fire destroyed their church home a few weeks ago. Members of Mount Zion Baptist Church in Robertson County came together for the first time Sunday since the fire.

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Mistrial Declared in Severed Arms Case

Posted: 02/25/2006 - McKINNEY, Texas (AP) - A judge has declared a mistrial after the jury deadlocked in the capital murder case of the woman accused of fatally cutting the arms off her 10-month-old daughter.

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Dangerous Dogs Battle Goes Online

Posted: 02/25/2006 - The death of a Thorndale woman in November has sparked debate on animal control laws in the state. Now, Lillian Stiles' family is taking their crusade online.

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Longview Teen Killed on Hwy 6

Posted: 02/25/2006 - Rain-slicked roads made for treacherous driving Saturday. Nowhere was that more evident than on Highway 6. A two-vehicle accident five miles south of Hearne left one person dead and four injured.

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