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Homeless Shelter for Families

Updated: 08/06/2005 - Homeless shelters may be scattered throughout Brazos County, but here in town, a Bryan based non-profit organization is doing everything they can to bring the first-ever homeless shelter for families to the Brazos Valley.

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Another West Nile Case in Brazos County

Updated: 08/05/2005 - A third bird in the Twin Cities has been found to have West Nile. A blue jay tested positive on Adrienne Drive in College Station, just north of Rock Prairie Road and west of Highway 6.

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Water District Says There's H-2-No Problem

Updated: 08/05/2005 - Grimes County residents can drink easy, according to an area water provider. Notices have gone out to rural areas after one company found numbers that concerned them. But residents shouldn't have to change their usage as a result.

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Shoppers Take Advantage of Tax-Free Weekend

Updated: 08/05/2005 - Some stores opened early Friday in Texas as shoppers take advantage of the sales tax-free weekend on numerous items. The annual Texas sales tax holiday runs through Sunday.

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Fatal Accident on Highway 30

Updated: 08/05/2005 - One man is killed after his car is struck by an 18-wheeler Friday afternoon. The accident happened around 4 PM Friday on Highway 30 just East of FM 158.

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Ogden Not Giving Up on School Finance

Updated: 08/05/2005 - Only 14 days remaining for Texas lawmakers to come up with a solution for school finance. But Friday, the debate shifted from finding an answer to whether or not the special session should even continue.

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Rockfish Restaurant Closes

Updated: 08/05/2005 - Say good-bye to Rockfish and hello to Fish Daddy's. As of Friday the familiar sea food restaurant on University Drive is closed.

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Cures...and Jobs, Jobs, Jobs

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Tens of thousands of jobs are headed to the area. As we first reported last month, the Texas Institute for Genomic Medicine will soon call Texas A&M home.

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Blood Centers Test for West Nile

Updated: 08/04/2005 - West Nile Virus is showing up all over the Brazos Valley. Now blood centers are also screening for the virus year round.

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Bryan Woman Fights Off Attacker

Updated: 08/04/2005 - Sixty-two-year-old Rosemary Vollmar is one feisty grandma. She's had to be. She has fought off an attacker in her home in downtown Bryan not once, but twice.

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Protecting Domestic Violence Victims Is Now Easier

Updated: 08/04/2005 - Victims of domestic violence are finding it easier to keep their attackers away. Free protective order kits are now available in the Brazos Valley with the victim in mind.

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New Presidential Library Stamp

Updated: 08/04/2005 - Mailing a letter can now get the presidential seal of approval. That's because a new stamp was unveiled Thursday honoring Presidential Libraries.

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Woman May Have Fought Off Same Attacker

Updated: 08/03/2005 - Police say a Bryan woman assaulted last week was attacked again just five days later, possibly by the same man. The 62-year-old says a man entered her home Sunday, but just like days earlier, she fought the burglar off.

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Banking Blunder Leaves Man with Documents

Updated: 08/04/2005 - Identity theft remains a prevalent problem, with more and more thieves hunting for your personal information. One Bryan resident says a Rhode Island-based bank is very lucky. He's not a criminal, but crooks would love to have what he's been sent.

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Does National Night Out Do its Job?

Updated: 08/03/2005 - National Night Out is a growing event throughout the Brazos Valley, and when it began more than 20 years ago it was touted as a way for neighborhoods to get involved in crime prevention.

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Saving More for Retirement

Updated: 08/03/2005 - For many, retirement seems more like a dream than it does a reality. But if you do see retirement in the near future, you'll want to consider one big factor.

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New Red Cross Manager

Updated: 08/03/2005 - The local branch of the American Red Cross has a new leader. Sharon Zambrzycki is the new branch manger.

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Main Street Homes Planning Development in College Station

Updated: 08/03/2005 - A Texas based homebuilder is planning to expand it's reach in the Brazos Valley. Main Street Homes already has a presence in Bryan/College Station but this latest development will result in nearly 800 new homes.

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West Nile In Bryan

Updated: 08/03/2005 - Mosquitos found in the Copperfield subdivision test positive for West Nile. City workers are already taking extra measures.

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Apartment Explosion Vigil

Posted: 08/02/2005 - Those who died and were injured in last summer's apartment explosion at Texas A&M were remembered Tuesday night.

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National Night Out

Updated: 08/02/2005 - Neighborhoods and communities all across the Brazos Valley gathered for National Night Out on Tuesday.

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Missing Woman Found Dead

Updated: 08/04/2005 - One day after the daughter of 79 year old Mary Davis reported her missing, the elderly woman was found dead Tuesday afternoon.

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Calvert ISD Pegged Academically Unacceptable

Updated: 08/02/2005 - The number of academically unacceptable districts increased this year as the state implemented tougher standards. One of those districts that fell under that category is Calvert.

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