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Study Will Determine Fate of Bryan Municipal Golf Course

Updated: 09/16/2005 - Bryan City Council has gone back and forth on plans for its Municipal Golf Course. Now council plans to hire a firm to conduct a special study and the future of the course may depend on finding a new home.

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Huntsville Closes Shelters

Updated: 09/16/2005 - Huntsville closed both of its Red Cross shelters on Friday. The last hurricane Katrina evacuees left Family Faith Church and First Baptist Church.

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Computer Crime Class

Updated: 09/16/2005 - More people are using the advancements of computer technology to commit crimes. Police say it's a growing segment of crime, one they're not quite sure how to handle. But a new program at Sam Houston State University could change that.

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Lexington Boy Fights Rare Illness

Posted: 09/16/2005 - The eight year old is diagnosed with primary amebic meningoencephalitis, or PAM. He caught the illness while swimming in Lake Somerville. According to the Texas Department of Health there are only three cases ever recorded of someone surviving PAM.

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Bush Vows Aid for Storm-Struck Gulf Coast

Updated: 09/15/2005 - President Bush promised Thursday night the government will pay most of the costs of rebuilding the hurricane-ravaged Gulf Coast in one of the largest reconstruction projects the world has ever seen.

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Presidential Library Proposal, Up to the White House

Updated: 09/15/2005 - Texas A&M's proposal for a second presidential library is now at the White House. If chosen, Texas A&M will be the only university in the country with two presidential libraries.

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Most Caring Coach

Updated: 09/15/2005 - A local teacher is gaining national attention for helping students excel in and out of the classroom. Bruce Unger, a 5th grade teacher at Neal Elementary, has been named “Most Caring Coach" for the difference he's making in the lives of his students.

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Rare Illness from Germ in Lake Somerville

Updated: 09/15/2005 - A rare illness is found in a child who picked up the germ in Lake Somerville. The state won't confirm how the child is doing, but the illness, meningoencephalitis, is usually fatal.

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Bremond ISD Super May Have Stolen Thousands

Updated: 09/15/2005 - The former Bremond schools superintendent is under indictment as of Wednesday. The Robertson County grand jury handed up the indictment after a lengthy investigation into improper use of the district's money.

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A&M Unveils Bush Library Proposal

Updated: 09/14/2005 - Texas A&M University's George W. Bush presidential library proposal is on it's way to the White House. The 43 page proposal, made available Wednesday, details everything from the location and facility design, to educational programs, and even includes a timetable for completion.

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Health Concerns for Katrina Pets

Updated: 09/14/2005 - The Brazos Animal Shelter is on standby to receive more dogs and cats left homeless by Hurricane Katrina. Just like the health concerns human evacuees have, some of the animals may have medical problems too.

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Evacuees Lining Up at DPS Office

Updated: 09/15/2005 - If you've been to the DPS office lately, you may notice a longer wait than normal, that's because Katrina evacuees have been working on getting identification to help them move on.

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Texas Woman Executed in Huntsville

Updated: 09/14/2005 - A woman sentenced to die for the fatal shootings of her husband and their two children some 18-years ago was executed Wednesday evening in Huntsville.

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Two Aggie Assaults Could Be Hate Crimes

Updated: 10/28/2006 - A pair of crimes near the A&M campus has a pair of departments pairing their efforts. The assaults may be the latest in a long-running trend that has some at the school calling for change.

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Code Enforcement Progress

Updated: 09/13/2005 - Bryan's city council has heard from upset residents and the police department about code enforcement issues. Now council members have a first hand look at how things are going.

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Bryan Looks at Living Arrangements

Updated: 09/13/2005 - The city of Bryan appears to be following the lead of College Station in dealing with how many college students can live in a rented home.

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No Tax Break for Decision One

Updated: 09/13/2005 - Brazos County and the city of Bryan have decided to request payment of tax money from Decision One.

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Texas Avenue Construction Causes Roadblock for Businesses

Updated: 09/14/2005 - If you've been anywhere near Texas Ave in South College Station then you already know there is a lot of construction going on. But the traffic hang-ups are only part of the pain on this new project.

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Evacuee Kids Can Be Kids at Reed

Updated: 09/13/2005 - Evacuees are slowly making their way out of shelters and into homes, wherever they may be. But for the people still there, especially the youngest ones, volunteers have been working night and day to make their stay a good one.

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First Human WNV Case in Brazos County

Updated: 09/13/2005 - Case after case of West Nile Virus has been popping up in Brazos County, but mainly in birds and mosquitoes. But now, for the first time this year, health officials have confirmed a human case.

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Where Is Your Money Going To?

Updated: 09/13/2005 - Since Hurricane Katrina hit two weeks ago, the Red Cross has collected about $160,000 and spent more than $200,000 already. United Way has approximately $125,000 donated and $85,000 of that has already been spent.

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Katrina Evacuees Become Brazos Valley Citizens

Updated: 09/12/2005 - The devastation of Hurricane Katrina forced many Gulf Coast residents to flee elsewhere with as little as the clothes on their backs. Now, some of the evacuees are making their home in the Brazos Valley.

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Local Emergency Response Plan Constantly Updated

Updated: 09/11/2005 - Nine eleven and Hurricane Katrina proved that you never know when a tragedy will hit close to home. Just as the Federal government has their response plan, Brazos County also has a detailed response plan.

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