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Sister Gretchen Stepping Down

Updated: 02/09/2005 - Sister Gretchen Kunz, OSF, FACHE, President and CEO of St. Joseph Health System (SJHS), has announced plans to transition from her role as leader of the Health System to work with the Health System’s charitable organization, St. Joseph Foundation.

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John Paul Receive Ashes in his Hospital Room

Updated: 02/09/2005 - A Vatican spokesman says Pope John Paul did observe Ash today in his hospital room, receiving ashes and inviting his doctors to stay for a special Mass.

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Car Bombing in Madrid Park Injures 43

Updated: 02/09/2005 - A car bomb exploded Wednesday in a business park on the outskirts of Madrid just after the morning rush hour, injuring 43 people. Government officials blamed the Basque separatist group ETA.

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Three Arrested for Attempted Murder

Posted: 02/08/2005 - A bizarre story of love, betrayal and attempted murder in Washington County. Authorities said they have a Brenham woman in a Harris County jail accused of trying to hire a hit man to murder her husband.

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HHSC Releases Preliminary Report on State Schools and Hospitals

Updated: 02/09/2005 - The future of mental health care in Texas is unstable. State schools and hospitals could be closed or consolidated depending on how the Legislature votes. The first draft of a major study, which will help them make their decision, is out.

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Daycare Dillema

Updated: 02/09/2005 - Finding the right daycare for your child is one of the most important decisions you'll ever make. There are so many options to choose from, so where do you start?

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Go Red for Women

Updated: 02/09/2005 - It was an afternoon to be dressed in red as dozens of women turned out for the Go Red luncheon. February is national heart awareness month. The luncheon honored many heart disease survivors. Abigail Johnson was one of them.

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Mideast Leaders Declare to End Violence

Updated: 02/08/2005 - Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon and Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas declared Tuesday that their people would stop all military or violent activity, pledging to break the four-year cycle of bloodshed and get peace talks back on track.

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Prison Population Woes

Updated: 02/07/2005 - As inmate populations continue to rise in Texas, state officials are considering using more probationary sentences instead of building new prisons.

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Steroid Use Among High School Athletes

Updated: 02/07/2005 - Some North Texas High School football players are coming clean about their steroid use. Their confessions put the spot light on how rampant the problem is across the state, including the Brazos Valley.

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Jail Escapee Goes to Prison

Updated: 02/07/2005 - A Get-Out-of-Jail move didn't come free for a Brazos County inmate. Now instead of going back to jail, the escapee will serve time in the pen.

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Cell Phone Viruses

Updated: 02/07/2005 - Cell phones aren't just for talking anymore. Now they're cameras, instant messengers and even mini-Web browsers. But you may be downloading more to your phone than just that cool new ring tone.

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Shanley Convicted of Child Rape in Mass.

Updated: 02/07/2005 - Defrocked priest Paul Shanley, the most notorious figure in the sex scandal that rocked the Boston Archdiocese, was convicted Monday of raping and fondling a boy at his church during the 1980s.

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Israel, Palestinians to Declare Cease-Fire

Updated: 02/07/2005 - Israeli and Palestinian leaders said they will declare a formal end to more than four years of fighting during a summit Tuesday in this Egyptian resort — a breakthrough in Mideast peacemaking that comes after both sides also accepted invitations to meet separately with President Bush at the White House.

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Sweet Drinks Linked to Preschool Obesity

Updated: 02/07/2005 - Sweet drinks — whether Kool-Aid with sugar or all-natural apple juice — seem to raise the risk of pudgy preschoolers getting fatter, new research suggests. That may come as a surprise to parents who pride themselves on seeking out fruit drinks with no added sugar.

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Aggie Grad Student Found Dead

Updated: 10/28/2006 - A Texas A&M student was found dead Monday morning in a chemistry lab. University Police are in the early stages of their investigation, and closed off portions of the chemistry building for four hours this morning.

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Pope to Remain in Hospital a Few More Days

Updated: 02/07/2005 - Pope John Paul II will remain hospitalized a few more days as a precaution, the Vatican said Monday, and the Holy See's No. 2 official for the first time publicly addressed the issue of a possible papal resignation.

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Bush Sends Congress $2.5 Trillion Budget

Updated: 02/07/2005 - President Bush is sending Congress a $2.5 trillion spending plan, constrained by war and record deficits, that seeks to slash spending in a number of popular programs from farm subsidies to poor people's health care.

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Hawk Shot In Bryan, Man Arrested

Updated: 10/28/2006 - A local bird rehabiltation center is hoping to save the life of a red-winged hawk that was allegedly shot by a Bryan man on Sunday.

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Aggie Killed In Afghan Crash

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Bryan residents J.C. and Pat Humphries found out early Friday morning thier son, Mark, was on the plane that crashed in Afghanistan the day before.

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Pope Delivers Sunday Message

Updated: 02/07/2005 - Pope John Paul II, determined to show the faithful he is recovering from his latest health crisis, appeared in an open hospital window Sunday and vowed to continue his mission despite his age and mounting medical troubles.

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Patriots Go Back-to-Back

Updated: 02/07/2005 - Dynasties don't have to be perfect or pretty. They just have to win - like the New England Patriots. The Patriots won their third Super Bowl in four years with a dominant second half Sunday night, wearing down the Philadelphia Eagles 24-21.

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Big Pizza Sales for a Big Game

Updated: 02/07/2005 - Usually, a rainy day is a blessing for pizza companies. There isn't much that could make it any better for the deliverers of pepperoni pies than weather that keeps people indoors...except for one thing.

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