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Davis Finally to Face Murder Charges

Updated: 11/07/2005 - It's a tale of money and murder with more twists than a Hollywood movie. But those are the two main components of a court case that begins Tuesday.

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Bryan Police Officer Travels to Mexico

Updated: 11/07/2005 - As the demographics of Bryan change, so do the ways the city's police protect and serve. Now the department has a new training program that will help officers better serve one group in particular.

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Hastert at Texas A&M

Updated: 11/07/2005 - The speaker of the House of Representatives, Dennis Hastert, took a break from Washington and stopped by Texas A&M Monday.

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New Train Exhibit

Updated: 11/07/2005 - A new train exhibit tracks its way to the George Bush President Library and Museum. News 3 was there for all the bells and whistles of opening day.

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Escaped Killer Back in Custody

Updated: 11/06/2005 - HOUSTON (AP) - The U.S. Marshals service says they have captured escaped convicted killer Charles Victor Thompson in Shreveport. Marianne Matus with the U.S. Marshals Service said Thompson was in custody, but did not provide any additional details.

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Unrelated Accidents Leave Two Dead

Updated: 11/06/2005 - Two people are dead after unrelated accidents around the Brazos Valley Sunday. The first happened in Houston County about 3 p.m., 16.5 miles east of Crockett. The second accident happened shortly after 4 p.m. in Madison County.

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Conroe Couple Dead in Apparent Murder-Suicide

Updated: 11/06/2005 - Authorities say they believe the deaths of a retired Conroe husband and wife resulted from a murder-suicide. Fred Hart, 66, and his wife Julia, 65, were found dead Saturday.

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Brazos Valley Rehabilitation Center Holds Walk With Me Fundraiser

Updated: 11/06/2005 - For 50 years the Brazos Valley Rehabilitation Center has been serving local residents regardless of their ability to pay. The center held a new fundraiser to get financial support for its clients. One determined client shares her thoughts and happiness.

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Bryan Teen Killed in Auto-Pedestrian Accident

Updated: 11/06/2005 - A Bryan teenager was killed Saturday night when she was hit by oncoming cars on Texas 6, the Rudder Freeway. College Station Police say a group of juveniles was attempting to cross Texas 6 between Harvey Road and University Drive about 9:45 p.m.

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Students Revive Bonfire at Hot Rod Hill

Updated: 11/06/2005 - For years Aggie Bonfire was a big tradition for A&M. After the fatal construction accident in 1999, the university decided to end the tradition for safety reasons. But now students have resurrected the event with true Aggie Spirit.

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Rural Brazos County Store Robbed

Updated: 11/05/2005 - Brazos County Sheriff's investigators are looking into an armed robbery from Friday night. It happened at the Wagon Wheel Store west of College Station about 10 p.m.

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Man Threatened With Life Bails Out of Car

Updated: 11/05/2005 - A bizarre incident unfolded in front of motorists Saturday in Bryan. It happened at the intersection of the Rudder Freeway feeder road and Briarcrest Drive about 2 p.m. A man jumped out of a moving vehicle and was then hit by another car.

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Hunt in Hearne for Arsonist

Updated: 11/05/2005 - The stakes are raised in Robertson County as the search continues for the person who set several truck fires this spring.

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Emergency Commissioner from London Tours TEEX and A&M

Updated: 11/05/2005 - Fire teams from around the world spend time in the Brazos Valley training at TEEX Disaster City. But the London Fire Brigade says they were prepared for the London bombings in July because of what they learned in College Station.

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Police Hunt Donut Shop Robber

Updated: 11/05/2005 - Bryan police are on the hunt for the armed thief who held up a donut shop on Boonville road this morning.

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Judges Talk Judges

Updated: 11/05/2005 - The revolving door of judges in Congressman Tom DeLay's on-going case has brought a couple of judicial issues to the forefront. Although they can't comment on the case, we got a chance to hear the takes of three of Brazos County's first-hand experts on all things judiciary.

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Hectic Holiday Travel

Updated: 11/05/2005 - The key ingredient needed to get through this holiday season may be patience. And you'll need to have a lot if you plan on traveling.

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Simple Ways to Cut Electricity Costs

Updated: 11/03/2005 - The monthly electric bill has been a scary sight for many Brazos Valley residents lately. But there are simple ways to cut your bill down.

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Teacher Pay Incentive Plan

Updated: 11/03/2005 - Governor Perry's new plans for an incentive pay program for teachers is getting mixed reactions from educators.

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Libby Pleads Not Guilty in CIA Leak Case

Updated: 11/03/2005 - Vice President Dick Cheney's former chief of staff pleaded not guilty Thursday in the CIA leak scandal, marking the start of what could be a long road to a trial in which Cheney and other top Bush administration officials could be summoned to testify.

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Jury Finds for Merck in Vioxx Case

Updated: 01/10/2007 - In a major victory for Merck & Co., a jury has found the drugmaker properly warned consumers about Vioxx risks. The finding means Merck will not be held liable for the 2001 heart attack suffered by a man taking the painkiller.

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Report: White House Considers Rove's Status

Posted: 11/03/2005 - The Washington Post Thursday morning says some White House aides think President Bush can't move beyond the CIA leak case unless Karl Rove leaves.

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Confusion Continues in Bryan Shooting

Updated: 11/02/2005 - There's a new crime scene connected to Monday's triple shooting. Bryan police say they believe the shootings happened in northern Brazos County, not from where the call came from.

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Another Aggie Assaulted Near Northgate

Updated: 10/28/2006 - More tension among the international student population as another assault is reported. Police say this one involved a student leaving a Northgate bar Saturday night.

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Bush Library Set For Big Changes

Updated: 11/02/2005 - The Bush Presidential Library is getting an $8 million overhaul. The new additions will include state of the art technology and a mock Oval Office.

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