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The Year West Nile Peaked...Again

Updated: 11/17/2005 - One of the bright spots of the cool weather we're finally getting is that West Nile Virus is hopefully done for a while. You couldn't escape the near-weekly recaps on the latest cases. So what's in store for the coming year?

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Hot Rod Hill

Updated: 11/17/2005 - Fans and racers are upset after a jury decides to shut down Hot Rod Hill. So what's next for the track's owners and the kids who called it home?

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Who is Ken Jennings?

Updated: 10/28/2006 - This headline is the question. The answer: This Jeopardy champ made his first extended stay in the state of Texas Tuesday, and went toe-to-toe with Sam Houston State's smartest.

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From the Corps II: Miguel Garcia

Updated: 08/04/2007 - America is known as a land of opportunity for anyone with the resolve to make their dreams come true. You don't have to look any further than one cadet in the A&M Corps who stepped foot on US soil, and didn't want to leave it.

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New Medicare Plan

Updated: 11/15/2005 - It's a brand new day for senior citizens who take prescription medications. But unfortunately for some, it is accompanied by new rules that can be confusing.

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From the Corps

Updated: 11/15/2005 - Read the latest and all archived From the Corps.

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New Digs Needed for County EOC

Updated: 11/15/2005 - Leaders from the county and city came together tonight for a rare intergovernmental meeting, and one of the main topics of discussion was this summer's hurricane response.

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Signs, Signs, Everywhere are Signs?

Updated: 11/15/2005 - If approved by city and university leaders, new signs will be popping up around the Twin Cities and Texas A&M. Another sign that would come with the markers: a dollar sign.

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New Schools Get New Names

Updated: 11/15/2005 - A couple of distinguished Texans' names will now appear on the facades of two of Bryan's new schools.

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Regulating Sexually Oriented Businesses

Updated: 11/14/2005 - Eyebrows were raised in Grimes County when inquires of bringing sexually oriented businesses to the area were made. Now commissioners have approved some regulations and guidelines.

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Navasota Superintendent Leaving

Updated: 11/14/2005 - Navasota ISD's superintendent is leaving. David Faltys has been named the sole finalist for the superintendent position in Carroll Texas.

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Bryan Solicits Public Input for Proposed Charter Changes

Updated: 11/14/2005 - The city of Bryan is asking for your input on four proposed changes to the city charter. City officials are hosting a public meeting Monday at 6 p.m. at Rayburn Middle School and it's your last chance to sound off before city council decides what proposed amendments to put before voters.

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Woman Sentenced in Chili Powder Death of Infant Daughter

Updated: 11/13/2005 - DALLAS (AP) - An Irving mother has been convicted of manslaughter in the suffocation death of her five-month-old baby. The jury returned the verdict Sunday against Angela DiSabella, 21. She was sentenced to seven years in prison for the 2004 death of her daughter.

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College Station Police Arrest Two Forgery Suspects

Updated: 11/14/2005 - College Station Police say alert store clerks are to credit for the arrest of two suspected forgers. Police arrested Mitchevonta Brown, 31, of Houston Saturday. Also arrested was Kenneth Frances, 21, of Houston.

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Dallas Police Officer Killed in Line of Duty

Updated: 11/14/2005 - DALLAS (AP) - A 28-year-old man has been charged with capital murder in the fatal shooting of a Dallas police officer this morning. Police Chief David Kunkle says Officer Brian Jackson was pronounced dead at 3:52 a-m- at Baylor Medical Center. He was 28.

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Two Dead in Unrelated Accidents

Updated: 11/14/2005 - Two people are dead in separate accidents around the Brazos Valley. The first happened about 7:30 p.m. Friday Texas 30, about four miles east of College Station. The second accident happened about 8:30 p.m. on Texas 6 in Robertson County.

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Woman Claims Sexual Assault in Northgate Bar

Updated: 11/13/2005 - The investigation is underway into an alleged sexual assault at a Northgate bar. A woman told College Station police she was at the bar Thursday night when she was forced into a restroom and sexually assaulted.

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More Names Added to Veterans Memorial

Updated: 11/11/2005 - The walls of the Brazos Valley Veterans Memorial had a few more names added this Veterans Day as local residents and some high-profile politicians celebrated their service.

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New Housing Project Targets Upscale Students

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Students at Texas A&M could have a new choice next year when it comes to housing. But this option is targeted at the "privileged" students.

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Local Veterans Day Events

Posted: 11/11/2005 - Veterans Day ceremonies were held throughout the Brazos Valley Friday.

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Invocation Invites Debate on Gov't Prayer

Updated: 11/11/2005 - The separation of church and state is seemingly always being discussed. In College Station, the government has chosen to start their meetings in a very common way, but one which some religious leaders aren't willing to participate in.

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New Study: Too Much Sex on TV

Updated: 11/10/2005 - A new study examines just how much sexual content there is on television these days. Parents might not be too happy with the results. Local experts examine the findings.

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Grandview Cemetery Not So Grand

Updated: 11/10/2005 - The final resting place for some has become an eye-sore to others. The Grandview cemetery in Bryan has been neglected for years. But one man is on a mission to keep it clean.

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