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Big Issues Still to Come for Regents

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Texas A&M System Regents didn't have the meatiest issues on their plates as their two-day meeting began Thursday morning.

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Holick's Saying So Long to Northgate

Updated: 10/28/2006 - To say Holick's is an institution is an understatement. Not many people know that a lot of the patches and insignia worn by the military come from the local store. But for most, Holick's is boots, ones that will soon be marching to a new home.

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Ex-Five-O-Five Worker May Have Stolen Thousands

Updated: 01/26/2006 - A former office manager for Junction Five-O-Five has been arrested, accused of writing checks to herself from the non-profit organization's bank account.

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A&M Regents Begin Meetings Thursday

Updated: 10/28/2006 - With 51 agenda items on its plate, the Texas A&M System Board of Regents is in for a big two days, and much of the discussion that starts Thursday will center on new athletic department projects.

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BTU Replacing Street Lights

Updated: 01/26/2006 - BTU is replacing some of the street lights on Texas Ave. By making the upgrades, they will also be moving some of the power lines underground.

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Montgomery County Murder Suspects

Updated: 01/26/2006 - It didn't take long for Montgomery County authorities to make an arrest in Tuesday's double murder. 36-year-old Colette Richnow and 36-year-old Terry Wilkerson, both of New Caney were taken into custody Wednesday charged with capital murder.

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BlackBerry Demise?

Updated: 01/25/2006 - The BlackBerry is a staple to many employees who spend time out of the office. You can use it as a phone, organizer, and keep up with your e-mail. But there may soon be a ban on BlackBerrys because of a battle over the patent.

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Leon County Courthouse Restoration Project on Hold Again

Updated: 01/25/2006 - For the past five years, Leon County has been trying to restore its historic courthouse. But at almost every turn, the project has been bogged down by bureaucracy and what-some-say are unrealistic regulations by the Texas Historical Commission.

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A&M Architecture Students Get National Recognition

Updated: 01/24/2006 - What started off as a class project for a couple of Aggies has turned into a cutting-edge safety tool for communities across the nation. It's a computer tracking system for sex offenders. And the two behind it are now in high demand at home and abroad.

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UPN and The WB Merge

Updated: 01/25/2006 - Come September, UPN and The WB are out, and "The CW" is in. The CBS Corporation and Warner Brothers are merging their two networks in an effort to drive up ratings. But where does that leave affiliates of those two soon-to-be-dissolved networks?

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Juvenile Services Revamp

Updated: 01/25/2006 - The last couple of years have been rather rocky for Brazos County's Juvenile Services Department. In 2004 dozens of employees claimed they were wrongfully terminated and forced to resign by then director, Rhonda Gilchrist.

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Some Burn Bans Lifted

Updated: 01/24/2006 - Many Brazos Valley counties reconsidered its burn bans after the rain last weekend.

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Justice the Center of Attention in Bryan

Updated: 01/24/2006 - Designs for the new justice center in Bryan are due for review at the beginning of next month. But a few things are known about the new home for city authorities: it's beating the clock, but shouldn't delay your commute.

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KBTX-TV Launches UPN Station

Updated: 01/24/2006 - Viewers in the Brazos Valley can now choose from a wide range of classics, comedies, and cutting edge programming. KBTX-TV cut the ribbon on a brand new television station Monday, the newest television station in the Brazos Valley.

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Secretary of State Roger Williams Visits College Station

Updated: 01/24/2006 - Texas Secretary of State Roger Williams made a stop in College Station. The visit was part a new campaign designed to educate registered voters about electronic voting machines. College Station is just one destination on the 40 city tour. Except for those voting by mail, all Texans will cast ballots electronically this year.

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Two Killed, Four Injured in Unrelated Accidents

Updated: 01/24/2006 - It was a deadly day on Brazos Valley roads Sunday as two people were killed in unrelated accidents. The first happened early Sunday morning in Bryan. The second happened Sunday afternoon in south Brazos County.

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Record-Setting Rainfall and Residual Problems

Updated: 01/22/2006 - It was a day of recordbreaking rainfall Sunday, as Bryan-College Station saw a dry spell come to a very wet end. The local rainfall record for the day was broken as 1.69 inches of rain fell.

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Rescheduled Road Work Set to Begin

Updated: 01/22/2006 - Expect delays at a major College Station intersection starting Monday, January 23. Texas Department of Transportation work crews will partially close Southwest Parkway at Texas Avenue.

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Open House Gets A&M Students Involved

Updated: 01/22/2006 - With Texas A&M being such a large university, many students don't always feel at home right away. To help students adjust and meet new people, the Memorial Student Center hosts and open house each semester. During the Spring semester, the event is especially beneficial for transfer students.

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Pro-Life Group Marches on Abortion Anniversary

Updated: 01/21/2006 - The weekend of January 21 marks the 33rd anniversary of the historic Roe v. Wade ruling that legalized abortion. On Saturday in College Station, a pro-life group held a rally across from St. Mary's Catholic Church to mark the occasion.

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A&M Hosts Student Leadership Conference

Updated: 01/21/2006 - The Southwestern Black Student Leadership Conference, one of the largest student-led conferences in the nation, is meeting at Texas A&M this weekend.

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Amputees Help Each Other Cope

Posted: 01/21/2006 - There are 1.6 million amputees in a America. But currently, there isn't any type of amputee peer support group in the local area. Now, all that's changing.

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