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Tarlow: Peace More Important Than Land

Updated: 08/20/2005 - Opinions on the Israeli pullout from Gaza have been mixed. We spoke with one of the most prominent religious leaders in the community about the historic event. This is Rabbi Peter Tarlow in his own words.

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Still No Agreement on School Finance Debate

Updated: 08/21/2005 - The second special session of the summer has concluded and lawmakers have still not come to a conclusion on the school finance issue. However, the session was not a total waste of time according to Senator Steve Ogden.

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A&M High in Higher Education Rankings

Updated: 10/28/2006 - An annual ranking of universities has Texas A&M near the top of the leaderboard. US News and World Report examines academic excellence at over 400 universities across the country.

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Rash of Burglaries May Be One Man's Doing

Posted: 08/19/2005 - Police are on the lookout for a 22-year-old who may be behind more than two dozen Bryan burglaries since the beginning of August.

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Textbook Prices Skyrocket

Updated: 08/19/2005 - Another semester of college is about to begin and the first challenge for some students may be paying for their textbooks. A new study finds that the price of books is sky rocketing.

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Fugitive Captured in College Station

Updated: 08/19/2005 - A fugitive from Pennsylvania wanted for a murder parole violation has been arrested by College Station police.

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West Nile Spreads in South Bryan

Updated: 08/18/2005 - A rash of West Nile cases have been found in Bryan and College Station. There are seven new cases, the majority in south Bryan.

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Violent Crime Cause for Town Hall Talk

Updated: 08/19/2005 - From 2001 to 2004, violent crime in Bryan has doubled. Aggravated assault cases are growing steadily. And Bryan PD wants to curb the trend. Their first step is reaching out to residents.

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School Zone Violations

Updated: 08/18/2005 - It's the first week of school in Bryan and College Station and authorities say some motorists still aren't obeying the rules of school zones. And the number of tickets given this school year is on its way to being higher than last year.

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Justice Served For Nearly 40 Years

Updated: 08/18/2005 - The man whose ruling has made headlines and changed lives in Hearne and Mumford is no stranger to controversy. A look at the career of District Court Judge William Wayne Justice.

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Accident Victim Improves

Updated: 08/17/2005 - The woman struck by a car near Caldwell last Friday has been upgraded to stable condition.

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Bryan v. Coalition for Life

Updated: 08/17/2005 - Round 2 of a battle over signs between the city of Bryan and the Coalition for Life is decided.

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Computer Worm Could Inch Its Way to Your PC

Updated: 08/17/2005 - The latest computer virus has infected computers running Microsoft operating systems, Windows 2000 users are the most seriously affected.

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Parents Want Hearne to Unite

Updated: 08/17/2005 - The first day back to school on Wednesday was without incident for Hearne students. Despite the ongoing transfer debate, parents say it's time to move on to a fresh, new start.

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Perry Picks A&M

Updated: 08/17/2005 - Texas Governor Rick Perry's only daughter has decided to follow in her father's footsteps. Sydney Perry will be attending Texas A&M University this fall.

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A&M's One Goal: Two Bush Libraries

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Texas A&M officials believe experience with one Bush Library will help land another. The school says the competition for the current president's library will be hot and heavy, but they're in it to win it.

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Second Time a Charm?

Updated: 08/16/2005 - Blinn College, in Brenham, will have to vote again to lower its tax rate for the coming year.

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Back to School Fashions

Updated: 08/17/2005 - Tuesday was the first day of school for Bryan and College Station students and for many of them, the best part about it was getting new clothes. But if kids are vying for best dressed, they need to know what's hip in this year's back-to-school-style.

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Policy Talk Highlights Marathon CS Meeting

Updated: 08/16/2005 - The Brazos Valley Arts Council is slated to receive money from College Station budget this year. But an endless meeting Monday evening has changed the way they and other agencies go about asking for their share.

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Presidential Proposal

Updated: 08/15/2005 - Although an official plan for the George W. Bush Presidential Library isn't approved yet, organizers did leak some details Monday of their upcoming proposal to make Bryan College Station its' home.

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