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Accidents Cause Traffic Headaches on Brazos Valley Highways

Updated: 12/03/2005 - Unrelated accidents caused traffic problems on areas roads Saturday. A Waco resident was killed and another was injured after a two-car head-on collision on Highway Six in Falls County. Closer to home, a total of five cars were involved in two separate accidents at the same location.

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Firefighters Battle Simultaneous Grass Fires

Updated: 12/03/2005 - Firefighters from seven different agencies responded to three simultaneous grass fires Saturday afternoon in Brazos County. It happened about one-45 in the county's northwestern portion. Firefighters from all four Brazos County precincts, plus Hearne, Blackjack, and the Texas Forest Service responded.

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Libertarian Candidates Announce for Local Offices

Updated: 12/03/2005 - The candidate filing period for the March primaries has begun, and two local candidates made their intentions known today. Karen Hall and Charles Stover are both members of the Libertarian party.

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Differing Stories Surround Grand Jury's Meeting

Updated: 12/03/2005 - Brazos County's Justice of the Peace responds to allegations of helping a grand jury meet in secret. The sheriff's office also relayed the details of obtaining a subpoena for one of the grand jurors. Those stories appear to conflict.

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A&M Surgeons Perform Groundbreaking Procedure

Updated: 10/28/2006 - A non-invasive cardiac catheterization repairing the hole in a dog's heart was performed on a standard poodle for the first time ever at Texas A&M. In the day-long procedure, doctor's repaired the heart defect by plugging the hole with an umbrella-type device. No dog has ever had this device, however it is commonly used in children.

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Investigation Details in Capital Murder Trial

Updated: 12/02/2005 - Prosecutors continued to try to link Chad Davis to the death of Tommy Andrade in day four of his capital murder trial on Friday. Davis is accused of hiring three out of state gunmen to kill Andrade out of revenge for stealing money and drugs.

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Program Helps Hurricane Evacuees

Updated: 10/28/2006 - A new Blinn College program is teaching folks about construction. Helping several people and a hurricane evacuee get back on their feet.

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Road Closures for Texas Ave. Project

Updated: 12/02/2005 - Manuel Street and Redmond Street will be closed next week in order for TxDOT's contractor to continue work for the Texas Ave. Widening Project.

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Conroe Nurse Facing A Third Degree Felony

Updated: 12/01/2005 - A home nurse in Conroe, accused of hitting a disabled five-year-old girl, has been released from Montgomery County jail. The nurse has since been fired from her job and could have her nursing license revoked.

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Davis, Grand Jury Disputes Broaden

Updated: 12/01/2005 - Two major stories break Thursday concerning one controversial grand jury. That jury is currently empanelled by District Judge Rick Davis, and continues to make news in, and away from, the courthouse.

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Day Three of Capital Murder Trial

Updated: 12/01/2005 - Prosecutors tried to unravel a tangled web in day three of the Chad Davis capital murder trial. Testimony from investigators continued as the state tried to connect Davis to the murder of Tommy Andrade.

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A Local Man Shares His Story About Living With Aids

Updated: 12/01/2005 - Thursday, "World AIDS Day" is a day to recognize it and spread awareness of the growing disease. Dave Martin, a former Texas A&M University student talked with KBTX to share his story about living with the disease.

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Forest Service Advises Fire Readiness

Updated: 12/01/2005 - The dry conditions in our area have the state's wildlife leaders looking at a very dry winter, and it has area firefighters gearing up for what could be a tough few months.

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Robotic Teams Head to State

Updated: 11/30/2005 - The best and brightest young minds in engineering, science, and technology will be show casing their talents. Five area robotics teams will be at Southern Methodist University in Dallas on Friday for the Texas Best competition.

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Day 2 of Capital Murder Trial

Updated: 11/30/2005 - Drugs, money, revenge. That's what prosecutors say prompted Chad Davis to hire hitmen to kill a Brazos County resident. Wednesday, the state took jurors on a lengthy, cross-country evidentiary trail that ended with the murder of Tommy Andrade.

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Internet Sales May Impact the Local Economy

Updated: 11/30/2005 - Cyber Monday hit the world by storm this week, with EBAY pulling out on top. But as employees neglected work to shop, our local economy may have suffered.

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Woman Shot and Killed; Husband Charged

Updated: 11/30/2005 - Montgomery County authorities have arrested a man who allegedly shot and killed his wife Tuesday night at their home.

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Decorations Keep Disappearing in CS

Updated: 11/30/2005 - One College Station neighborhood has been seeing their holiday cheer disappear. The problem appears to be getting bigger.

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A&M Consolidated Tickets on Sale

Updated: 12/01/2005 - Tickets are now on sale for the A&M Consolidated Tigers semi final playoff game this Saturday. The Tigers will play Euless Trinity in the semi final round of the playoffs at 1pm at Waco ISD Stadium.

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Holiday Decor Targeted by Thieves

Updated: 11/30/2005 - Four young men from the Twin Cities are in hot water after they allegedly took a piece of holiday cheer. Others in College Station are asking where their decorations have gone.

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Looking Locally at Illegal Immigration

Updated: 11/30/2005 - As President Bush travels around the United States speaking about illegal immigration, the topic has sparked interest both in Bryan and College Station. So what role local law enforcement plays when it comes to immigration?

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Mauling Dogs Did Not Have Rabies

Updated: 11/29/2005 - The six dogs that mauled a Thorndale woman Saturday did not have rabies according to test results.

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From the Corps IV: Mark Musumba

Updated: 08/04/2007 - He is a champion chess player, so Mark Musumba doesn't usually have too much trouble on the board. But when he fell upon hard times in our area, he and those who have come to love him would not let him get check-mated.

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