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Union Pacific Increases Train Speed Through Bryan

Updated: 01/18/2006 - Union Pacific is pushing the pedal when it comes to train speed on Bryan's rails. This new change is causing concern for Bryan's Mayor Ernie Wentrcek. But it's not all concerns; some say it'll bring benefits.

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Students Learn About Middle East

Updated: 01/18/2006 - This generation of high schoolers has seen several significant events related to terrorism. There was September 11th, the war in Afghanistan, and now the war in Iraq. And because of that, one Bryan high teacher is providing her students with information about Middle Eastern cultures and religions.

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MLK Drive on MLK Day

Updated: 01/17/2006 - It used to be 19th Street in Bryan, but a few years ago, the signs changed and now read Martin Luther King Drive. The news out of that part of town isn't always the greatest, but residents there say Dr. King's dream does live on the street with his name.

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Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Updated: 01/17/2006 - Local residents took a moment Monday to remember the life of a man who worked for peace and unity, only to see that life ended by violence. That man was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The civil rights leader would have turned 77 Sunday. Many local residents are have been touched by his life and his messages.

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Girl Scout Cookies

Updated: 01/17/2006 - Girl Scout cookies, a tasty treat that's been around for more than 80 years, may soon find their way to your stomach.

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Explosion at A&M Chemistry Building

Posted: 01/16/2006 - Texas A&M officials say last week's explosion in the chemistry building was likely caused by an over-pressurized dewar. A dewar is likened to a thermos this one contained liquid nitrogen. Although investigators haven't listed an official cause, they say all signs are pointing to the dewar. Research classes have been moved from the damaged areas of the building. The investigation continues. Clean-up at the building is scheduled to start tomorrow.

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Much Needed Rain

Updated: 01/16/2006 - A good soaking rain has been falling across the Brazos Valley Monday, but so far the totals have generally been less than a quarter inch. The area could see some heavier rain this Monday evening as a line of showers and thunderstorms moves through with a cold front.

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A&M Prof Sued by Connecticut Company

Updated: 10/28/2006 - A biotech company is suing former University of Connecticut professor Thomas Wood, who currently works at Texas A&M. He is accused of disclosing trade secrets.

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Fugitive Captured in College Station

Updated: 01/15/2006 - A man wanted on several charges is back in police custody. Jorge Soto, 21, of Bryan was arrested Sunday after a foot pursuit near Hensel Park in College Station.

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Firefighters: Mobile Home Blaze Not Suspicious

Updated: 01/15/2006 - Brazos County firefighters do not think Saturday night's mobile home fire was suspicious. Crews from Precincts 2, 3, and 4 were called to the location west of Bryan just off Highway 21.

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Mini-Train Offers Tours of Research Park

Updated: 01/15/2006 - Some local residents got a taste of Research Park from a quarter-scale Union Pacific train Sunday. Boarding for the train took place at the George Bush Presidential Library at Texas A&M.

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Church Dedicates New Facility

Posted: 01/15/2006 - A Brazos Valley church officially dedicated their new facility Sunday. Our Saviour's Lutheran Church was located on Tauber Street in College Station since the 1950s. But, in November, the congregation moved into the new church on Woodcreek drive.

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Antiques Take Over Brazos Center

Updated: 01/15/2006 - Brazos Valley residents sorted through items of yesteryear this weekend at the antique show at the Brazos Center. Dozens of antique dealers from all over the country met in Bryan to display and sell their antiques. But antique dealers don't just sell antiques, they study them.

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Fire Destroys Mobile Home West of Bryan

Updated: 01/14/2006 - Three Brazos County fire departments had their hands full with a fire west of Bryan. Crews were called to a mobile home near the intersection of Texas 21 and Quality Park Lane.

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Major Accidents Keep Authorities Busy

Updated: 01/14/2006 - Traffic on Texas 6 was backed up in both directions just south of Hearne. That's after a two-car accident Saturday night just south of the Hearne city limits.

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Two Bryan Burglars Caught Red-Handed

Updated: 01/14/2006 - Two Bryan men face burglary charges after being caught in the act. Neighbors called police to the 100 block of Lake Street just before midnight Friday.

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Celebration Held for MLK Day

Updated: 01/14/2006 - Brazos Valley Residents Celebrated the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Lincoln Center in College Station Saturday night. Hundreds attended the event that payed tribute to the civil rights leader

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New Youth Ice Hockey Team In The Brazos Valley

Updated: 01/14/2006 - The Arctic Wolf Ice Center in College Station started the first ever youth ice hockey league in the Brazos Valley. The budding young hockey players played their first game this weekend. Kids from all over the Brazos Valley have been practicing with the league since last year.

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Old Grimes Crimes Draw Attention

Updated: 01/14/2006 - The 23-year-old case of a fugitive drunk driver just solved Friday isn't the only one Grimes County authorities have been working on cracking. They've redoubled their efforts on a number of unsolved crimes.

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Grimes Co. Fugitive Captured...23 Years Later

Updated: 01/14/2006 - Persistence pays off for Grimes County investigators as a suspected fugitive is put behind bars more than two decades after he supposedly drove drunk and killed another driver.

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Judge Recuses Himself From Case

Updated: 01/14/2006 - A Brazos County judge has recused himself in the case of a former District Attorney employee accused of stealing thousands of dollars from the office.

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Stabbing Suspects Caught

Updated: 01/14/2006 - Three suspected gang members are behind bars in connection with a stabbing at a Bryan grocery store.

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