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La Hacienda Treatment Center

Posted: 04/20/2006 - There is more help in the Brazos Valley for those battling drug and alcohol addictions. La Hacienda treatment Center in College Station is helping patients transform their lives.

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Brenham Landfill Issue Continues

Posted: 04/20/2006 - Brenham's city council heard the results of a feasibility study for landfill property near Chappell Hill Thursday. The issue has been looming for over 2 decades with residents opposing the landfill.

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Huntsville and CenterPoint Reach Agreement

Posted: 04/20/2006 - After nearly a year long legal battle, the city of Huntsville has reached an agreement with CenterPoint Entergy concerning rate increases. Terms include a 9 dollar per year rate reduction for customers.

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No Bypass for Calvert

Posted: 04/20/2006 - The Texas Department of Transportation says no to a bypass for the city of Calvert. City leaders have been pushing for an alternate route for the portion of Highway 6 that runs through downtown.

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Madison County Judge Appoints Commissioner

Posted: 04/20/2006 - A new Madison County commissioner has been named. Thursday, County Judge Cecil Neely appointed Phillip Grisham to fill the seat vacated by Elsie Farris. Farris resigned Tuesday following an alleged confrontation at the courthouse.

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Bryan Fugitive Caught

Updated: 04/20/2006 - Bryan Police caught up with a fugitive they believed to be armed and dangerous Wednesday night. Edward Sylvester Hodges, 44, was taken into custody and charged with aggravated robbery.

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Democrats Meeting in New Orleans

Posted: 04/20/2006 - Democrats plan to pick up a few hammers and shovels at a Democratic National Committee meeting that begins today in New Orleans. The attendees plan to use the backdrop to highlight their criticism of the Bush administration.

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Columbine Anniversary

Posted: 04/20/2006 - It's been seven years since two students opened fire on their high school, killing 13 before taking their own lives. Former students who survived the attack on Columbine High School say they are still trying to put their lives back together.

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Oil Prices Hit a New High

Posted: 04/20/2006 - Crude oil futures remain above 72 dollars a barrel this morning, after hitting a new high overnight. The latest spurt in crude prices prompted one analyst to exclaim "the market is sizzling."

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Get Ready to Take A Hike

Posted: 04/20/2006 - The College Station Parks and Recreation Department is putting the finishing touches on some soon-to-open trails. Workers have been preparing for the grand opening of the Wolf Pen Creek Upper Trails, though walkers have already been taking advantage of the paths.

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Convicted Rapist Sentenced

Updated: 04/21/2006 - A Bryan man will spend the next 11 years behind bars after being convicted of date rape.

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Madison County Commissioner Resigns

Updated: 04/20/2006 - An election night confrontation placed a Madison County commissioner under criminal investigation and a cloud of controversy. Now, that commissioner has decided to step down from her position on the county court.

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Name That College Station Road...What?

Posted: 04/19/2006 - You travel them every day, but rarely do you have the opportunity to name the road you drive on. And with construction on roads in south College Station nearly complete, residents have been chipping in on what could go on the street signs.

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TABC Program Remains on Hold

Posted: 04/19/2006 - The suspension of the Texas Alcohol Beverage Commission's crack down on public intoxication continues following the ongoing investigation into several complaints regarding the controversial program.

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Suspect Vehicle in Bank Robbery Found

Posted: 04/19/2006 - Authorities have more clues to lead them to the 4 suspects involved in Saturday's State Bank robbery. This morning College Station police received a call from a resident about a car matching the description of the one involved in the robbery.

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Ogden's School Finance Proposal

Updated: 04/20/2006 - Wednesday was day three of the special session in Austin where legislators are once again trying to over haul the state's school finance system. Wednesday morning Senator Steve Ogden presented a proposal on how to provide some relief to property tax payers.

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Schieffer's New Role

Posted: 04/19/2006 - Bob Schieffer might only be switching to a different chair on the "CBS Evening News." He says he's leaning toward accepting an offer to give commentary on the newscast after he's replaced as anchor by Katie Couric. That'll happen in September.

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White House Shakeup Continues

Posted: 04/19/2006 - More changes Wednesday at the White House. A top administration official says Karl Rove is changing his duties at the White House and Bush spokesman Scott McClellan says he's "ready to move on."

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Court upholds ruling in DeLay case

Posted: 04/19/2006 - A state appeals court today upheld a lower-court dismissal of a conspiracy charge against former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay.

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Is Allstate Overcharging?

Posted: 04/19/2006 - Two judges have ruled that Allstate charges excessive rates for homeowners insurance and should reduce them. State insurance regulators want the company to reduce its homeowners rates by ten percent and refund its customers for rates dating to December 30th, 2004.

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Windstorm Insurance Coverage to Decline?

Posted: 04/19/2006 - An insurance group says last year's hurricanes could prompt insurers to drop windstorm coverage for up to 20-thousand Texas customers. Officials with the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association predict that from 12-thousand to 20-thousand insurance customers could lose their windstorm coverage.

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Grimes Gas Leak Cleanup

Posted: 04/19/2006 - Grimes County residents are back in their homes after Tuesday's natural gas leak. About 50 people were evacuated due to the leak on FM 1774 in Todd Mission.

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Hurricane Planning

Posted: 04/19/2006 - Counties are defying Governor Rick Perry's order to empower one person to make evacuation decisions during a disaster. Perry's order came in response to the chaos and traffic-choked highways seen in the counties before Hurricane Rita last September.

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Vioxx Trial

Posted: 04/19/2006 - A jury in South Texas is set to hear closing arguments today and begin deliberations in a lawsuit over the painkiller Vioxx. The case is one of almost ten-thousand alleging Merck & Company was responsible for heart attacks in people taking the painkiller.

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District Stops Robin Hood Payments

Posted: 04/19/2006 - Directors of the Boerne school district say they won't make any more payments to the state under the so-called "Robin Hood" plan. They're also asking the Texas Attorney General's Office whether the payments are legal.

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