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Traffic in College Station Causing Headaches

Updated: 12/13/2005 - Road construction in south College Station is causing heavy traffic congestion between Rock Prairie and Greens Prairie Roads and there is a lot of confusion about which way is the right way.

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Amazing Home Makeover Prepares for Reveal

Updated: 12/12/2005 - Spectators are invited to watch the amazing transformation as "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" builds a new home for the DeAeth Family in one week.

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Dozens of Burglaries Rock Bryan Buildings

Updated: 12/13/2005 - A major rash of burglaries has Bryan police scrambling to find clues in some prominent buildings. Authorities say it appears nearly every suite in the Star Tel and Galleria buildings on Briarcrest were broken into late Sunday or early Monday.

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Bryan Juvenile Curfew Vote Tuesday

Updated: 12/13/2005 - Bryan's city council holds the fate of young people's future late-night outings in their hands. The second reading of the proposed juvenile curfew will be read at Tuesday night's 6 PM council meeting.

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44 Agencies Look to One Food Drive

Updated: 12/13/2005 - All the Brazos Valley's pantries will be helped by this year's Food for Families Food Drive, but those close to our new Navasota and Madisonville locations this year will be big beneficiaries this year.

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Remembering 'Mr. Texas A&M'

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Funeral services are Tuesday for a longtime Aggie employee known by many as 'Mr. A&M.' Bob Cherry died Thursday at St. Joseph Rehabilitation Center at age 91.

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Highway 30 Fatal Accident

Updated: 12/13/2005 - One person is dead as result of a major accident this morning on Highway 30.

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Argent Court Residents Evacuated

Updated: 12/13/2005 - Forty-six people were evacuated Sunday morning, after a fire broke out at Argent Court Assisted Living in Brenham.

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An Urgent Appeal

Updated: 12/12/2005 - A team of defense lawyers for convicted killer Stanley Williams is busy with a last-ditch federal appeal to call off his execution.

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Numerous Candidates File in First Week of Primary Filings

Updated: 12/11/2005 - It was a busy first week of election filings for local offices. In all, 22 candidates filed for the March primaries. The filings breakdown with 17 Republicans, three Democrats and two Libertarians all making their candidacies official.

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Baby, Grandmother Stabbed to Death in Fort Worth

Updated: 12/11/2005 - FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - A one-year-old child and his 50-year-old grandmother are dead after a fatal stabbiing in Fort Worth Saturday night. A third victim was hospitalized after the incident. Police say the middle-aged woman is expected to survive.

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Japan Lifts Ban on U.S. Beef

Updated: 12/11/2005 - TOKYO (AP) - The Japanese government has agreed to ease the country's ban on U.S. and Canadian beef imports, effective immediately. Sales could resume by year's end.

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Making Food Donations Is Easy With Shelf Talkers

Updated: 12/11/2005 - Local charities, like the Brazos Food Bank, rely on donations from the local community. With shelf talkers, local grocery stores are making it easy for everyone to donate.

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New Officers Ready to Protect and Serve

Updated: 12/11/2005 - A dozen new police officers will soon be on the streets of Bryan/College Station. The 136th Basic Peace Officer Class of the Central Texas Police Academy held a graduation ceremony Friday at the George Bush Presidential Library Complex.

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Bryan Motel Robbery Similar to Other Area Attacks

Updated: 12/10/2005 - Bryan Police are investigating an aggravated robbery. It happened at the old Preference Inn on Texas Avenue. Police say a black male pulled a gun on the clerk and demanded money.

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Fire Destroys College Station Home

Updated: 12/10/2005 - A College Station family is homeless after a fire destroyed their home Friday night. The call came in shortly before 9 p.m. When fire crews arrived, the house was fully engulfed.

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Houston Man Hit by SUV in Northgate

Updated: 12/10/2005 - College Station Police are investigating a hit-and-run in Northgate. A Houston man suffered a broken jaw early Saturday morning after being hit by a moving vehicle.

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Animal Foundation Hosts Fundraiser in College Station

Updated: 12/10/2005 - One local volunteer group is making sure homeless pets also have a merry holiday season. Woodstock Animal Foundation held a holiday fundraising event Saturday at Petco in College Station today.

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Comedian Richard Pryor and Politician Eugene McCarty Dead

Updated: 12/10/2005 - Comedian Richard Pryor and perennial presidential candidate Eugene McCarthy both died Saturday. Pryor died of a heart attack at a Los Angeles-area hospital. McCarthy died in his sleep at a Washington-area retirement home.

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Santa Arrived On A Harley

Updated: 12/10/2005 - Harley's invaded the Brazos Valley. But when these particular motorcycles arrived, there were nothing but smiles for those around them.

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Avoid Holiday Scam Artists

Updated: 12/09/2005 - This time of year the phrase "it's better to give than receive" is often used. But how do you know your contribution is going to a legitimate organization?

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Guilty Verdict

Updated: 12/09/2005 - It took a jury a little less than two hours to reach a verdict in the Chad Davis capital murder trial Friday. He was found guilty of capitol murder and sentenced to life in prison.

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Bremond Student Excels

Updated: 12/09/2005 - One young man is standing out in Bremond. Phillip Davenport, a senior at Bremond High School, was diagnosed with leukemia when he was young. He's now in remission and he's part of the football team going to the state semi-finals Saturday.

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Twin City Mission Offers Shelter

Updated: 12/09/2005 - While many of us have coats to bundle up in and heat in our homes to keep us warm, there are some in the Brazos Valley who do not. Twin City Mission is doing what it can to help.

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Both Sides Rest in Capital Murder Trial

Updated: 12/10/2005 - Thursday was a very short day in court for the Chad Davis capital murder trial. Both sides rested their cases, but the defense didn't call any witnesses to the stand.

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