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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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Brazos County Animal Control

Posted: 04/19/2006 - Brazos County commissioners are looking to the past to help solve a current and future problem. They've taken a resolution that's more than two decades old and adopted it to fit today's concerns.

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Bryan Man Wanted in Attack Still Loose

Updated: 04/19/2006 - Bryan Police are on the hunt for a man they believe is armed and dangerous. He also allegedly beat his girlfriend. Edward Sylvester Hodges III, 48, is wanted for aggravated kidnapping and parole violation.

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New Description of Bank Robbery Getaway Car

Updated: 04/19/2006 - College Station authorities now have a better description of the car used during the State Bank robbery Saturday. Police describe the vehicle as a red or burgandy four-door car, likely an older model Buick or Cadillac.

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MSC OPAS Unveils 2006-2007 Schedule

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Another season of MSC OPAS is set to hit the stage beginning in September. Once again, the schedule features a wide variety of performances and music.

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A&M Schools Still Hope for Differential Tuition

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Although Texas A&M's president won't consider differential tuition until spring of next year, a pair of colleges are still planning on applying for a change.

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Cornyn Speaks on Rural Health Care

Updated: 04/18/2006 - Growing demands on rural health care in the Brazos Valley have grabbed the attention of a U.S. Senator. Republican John Cornyn was in town Tuesday to meet with the Brazos Valley Health Partnership board and local officials.

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Boys & Girls Club Thanks Donors

Updated: 04/18/2006 - The Boys & Girls Club recognized its big contributors Tuesday. Guests dined on childhood treats like peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and toured the club on William J. Bryan.

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Family Friendly Workplace Policies

Updated: 04/19/2006 - Employees are often faced with balancing the demands of work and family responsibilities. Some companies and cities are trying to help out by creating family friendly workplaces, and they'll learn how at a conference being offered by the city of Bryan on Wednesday.

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Rolling Power Outages Ordered Statewide

Updated: 04/19/2006 - The state's power suppliers are urging Texans to cut down on their electricity usage. Since Monday, power companies throughout the state have imposed rolling blackouts because of unseasonably hot weather and a shortage of electricity.

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Grimes Gas Leak Becomes Bigger Problem

Updated: 04/19/2006 - The situation in southeast Grimes County has worsened after a Tuesday afternoon natural gas explosion. Winds that had been taking the gas away from area residents have died down, and a flammable cloud has settled over the area.

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New Veterans Clinic Breaks Ground in College Station

Updated: 04/19/2006 - The veterans out patient medical clinic in College Station has become a busy place in recent years. Tuesday, a ground breaking ceremony was held for a new veterans outpatient clinic that will offer expanded services.

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Chernobyl, Almost 20 Years Later

Posted: 04/18/2006 - Greenpeace has issued a report that says more than 90-thousand people are likely to die of cancers caused by radiation from the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. That's a far higher figure than a United Nations report that predicted the death toll would be around four thousand.

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Skilling's Cross Exam

Posted: 04/18/2006 - Former Enron Chief Executive Jeffrey Skilling says he has "nothing to hide" as his cross-examination continues in the trial over the company's sudden collapse. Skilling was cross-examined yesterday for the first time, denying he has been tailoring or rehearsing his testimony.

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Infant Death Lawsuit

Posted: 04/18/2006 - A family is suing Fort Worth and one of the city's police officers after a car wreck involving the officer. Laura Navarro underwent an emergency Caesarean section after the accident in Tarrant County last week. Her son Javen Navarro was born two months prematurely and died after only two days.

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School Finance

Posted: 04/18/2006 - Lawmakers start work today to determine which school and tax reform plans make it to the floor of the Texas House. That's as the 30-day special session of the Legislature moves into its second day.

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Record High Oil Prices

Posted: 04/18/2006 - An energy analyst says momentum has built up to "cause a wave of buying." Oil prices surged to a record midday high of just under 71 dollars a barrel in Asian trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange before easing back.

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