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Aggies Open Pumpkin Patch Benefiting Habitat For Humanity

Updated: 10/16/2005 - A group of Aggies are trying to help eliminate poverty in the Bryan/College Station Area through Habitat for Humanity. So in the spirit of Halloween, the group is hosting a pumpkin patch fundraiser.

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Narcotics Task Force Loses Federal Funding

Updated: 10/14/2005 - Whatever the drug for nearly 20 years, the Brazos Valley Narcotics Task Force has been hunting it down and locking people up, but all that could be coming to a screeching halt due to a loss of funding.

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Kidnapping Ends With a Knock at the Door

Updated: 10/14/2005 - Authorities in Bryan are still trying to find the person who held a 24-year-old against his will. When the alleged criminal took a quick break from his crime, it gave the victim a chance to call for help.

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A&M: Nuclear Science Center is Secure

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Texas A&M got a chance to see a national network news investigation into 25 university nuclear reactors, including the one in Aggieland. Officials at the university issued a statement after seeing the report.

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Defense Hammers Away at Key Witness

Updated: 10/14/2005 - Defense attorneys spent the day chipping away at the prosecutions case in the capital murder trial of Timothy Lewis.

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Fossum, NASA Could Lift Off Come May '06

Updated: 10/28/2006 - The second "return to flight" for NASA could come in a matter of months, and an Aggie will be among the seven aboard the space shuttle.

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New CitiBankers Threatened by Phishers

Updated: 10/14/2005 - First American Bank customers are having their accounts switched to CitiBank following the sale of the local bank. But some people are trying to phish for sensitive information while the switch happens.

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A&M Students Voice Safety Concerns to CS Council

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Texas A&M students are making some noise when it comes to safety issues on Northgate. Members of student government have put together a presentation for College Station City Council to address their concerns.

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CS Man Killed, Suspect Caught

Updated: 10/13/2005 - A Bryan man wanted for a fatal shooting in College Station has been arrested. JD McGee, 35 of Bryan was arrested Thursday afternoon at an apartment complex in Snook following a 12-hour manhunt.

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Audio Tapes Raise Concerns

Updated: 10/13/2005 - There's been a delay in the capital murder trial of Timothy Lewis. The trial came to a halt Thursday afternoon and jurors were sent home early.

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Baby Joseph Funeral Services

Updated: 10/14/2005 - Funeral services were held for baby Joseph Thursday. The gravesite service was at the Bryan City cemetery Thursday morning.

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No Second Presidential Library for A&M

Updated: 10/28/2006 - The head of the presidential library selection committee confirmed that Texas A&M is no longer in the running for the George W. Bush Presidential Library. The System Board of Regents declined an on camera or telephone interview, instead issuing a written statement.

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Equine Animals Doing Better

Updated: 10/13/2005 - Some once mistreated equines are now in safe homes. Last week 19 horses, mules, and donkeys were seized from a Grimes County man.

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Day Two of Capital Murder Trial

Updated: 10/13/2005 - Prosecutors turned to a physician to try to land a knockout punch to the defense in the Timothy Lewis capital murder trial. Wednesday, jurors heard from the Austin doctor who cared for Tyrone Fenner Jr, the little boy Lewis is accused of killing.

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A&M Reacts to Reactor Questions

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Texas A&M is launching a preemptive strike against a major network that may question nuclear facilities. The university wants the community to know its Nuclear Science Center is secure.

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Visitors Center Site Toured by Bryan Council

Updated: 10/11/2005 - The much-discussed Bryan Visitor's Center was talked about outside the confines of the municipal building. As part of their workshop, councilmembers toured the square where the visitors center could be constructed.

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Major Shake Up in Hearne Government

Updated: 10/12/2005 - The city of Hearne has lost a third of its city council and the head of the city's staff. Tuesday's council meeting may have been short, and few words were said, but the meeting will have a long-term impact.

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Lewis Capital Murder Trial

Updated: 10/12/2005 - Tuesday morning was the first day of testimony in the capital murder trial of a Hearne man accused of beating his stepson to death.

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Protests Against Bush Library Speaker

Updated: 10/28/2006 - A rather large protest at A&M Monday opposing a distinguished Harvard professor. While the speaker's views rang loud in the lecture hall, a couple hundred made their views known at the front door.

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Juveniles in Bryan Could Be Seeing A Curfew

Updated: 10/10/2005 - Bryan Police are looking for a way to protect and monitor juveniles in the city. Community input from town hall meetings like this one in September spurred discussions.

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Accused Child Killer Goes To Trial

Updated: 10/11/2005 - Jury selection began Monday in the capital murder trial of a man accused of killing his four-year-old stepson in College Station. Timothy Lewis, 27, is accused of brutally beating Tyrone Fenner Jr. in June 2004. Fenner was in a coma for weeks before he died at an Austin hospital.

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Separate Accidents Kill One, Injure Three

Updated: 10/10/2005 - Two separate accidents have left one person dead and three injured. A motorcycle rider is in critical but stable condition at College Station Medical Center after a major accident on Harvey Mitchell Parkway.

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