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29 Die in Insurgent Ambush of Iraq Police

Updated: 12/29/2004 - Insurgents lured police to a house in west Baghdad with an anonymous tip about a rebel hideout, then set off explosives, killing at least 29 people and wounding 18 in the latest in a series of deadly strikes against Iraqi security forces, police said Wednesday.

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Agencies Clash on Fingerprint Database

Updated: 12/29/2004 - Disagreements between government agencies are hampering efforts to combine U.S. immigration and law enforcement fingerprint information, making it more difficult to prevent known terrorists and criminals from entering the country, according to a Justice Department review released Wednesday.

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'Law & Order' Star Jerry Orbach Dies

Updated: 12/29/2004 - Actor Jerry Orbach, who played a sardonic, seen-it-all cop on TV's "Law & Order" and scored on Broadway as a song-and-dance man, has died of prostate cancer at 69, a representative of the show said Wednesday.

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What to Do With Old Cell Phones

Updated: 12/29/2004 - Cell phone technology is constantly changing. By the time you've broken in a phone, it's time for a new one. So what do you do with your old one?

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A&M University Apartments Are in the Middle of a Stink

Updated: 12/29/2004 - The ill-fated university apartments on the A&M campus finds itself in the middle of a stink. After suffering an explosion in July, now the complex faces a messy sewer problem.

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Recent Raging Fires

Updated: 12/29/2004 - You may have noticed the high number of fires that have occurred in the Brazos Valley lately. Grass fires have happened nearly every weekend the past couple of months and house fires have been devastating, but how bad is the problem?

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Local Red Cross Sends Relief

Updated: 12/28/2004 - The death toll rises to over 52,000 people killed in the devastating tsunami that hit South East Asia on Sunday.

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Sirius, XM Hit New Subscriber Records

Updated: 12/28/2004 - Sirius Satellite Radio said it has achieved its goal of signing up 1 million subscribers by the end of 2004, while rival XM Satellite Radio Holdings announced that its customer numbers recently topped 3.1 million.

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24 Die in String of Iraq Insurgent Attacks

Updated: 12/28/2004 - Insurgents launched multiple attacks on Iraqi police across the dangerous Sunni Triangle on Tuesday, killing 24 people — including 19 policemen — a day after the major Sunni Muslim political party pulled out of the Jan. 30 elections citing the deteriorating security situation.

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Tsunami Death Toll Rockets to 114,000

Updated: 12/30/2004 - The death toll from last weekend's earthquake-tsunami catastrophe rose to more than 114,000 on Thursday as Indonesia uncovered more and more dead from ravaged Sumatra island, where pilots dropped food to remote villages still unreachable by rescue workers. A false alarm that new killer waves were about to hit sparked panic in India, Sri Lanka and Thailand.

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A&M Explosion Victim Expected to Be Released

Updated: 12/28/2004 - Ejaz Chaudhury has been undergoing physical rehabilitation at Clearlake Rehab Center in League City. He's expected to be released Tuesday and on his way back home to Bangladesh.

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Changes Around Town

Updated: 12/28/2004 - You may have noticed that it has been taking less time to get around Bryan/College Station lately. Well there's a good reason for that, something or someone is missing.

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Leon County Shooting Update

Updated: 12/27/2004 - A Leon County sheriff's dispatcher is in critical but stable condition after being shot Sunday.

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Suicide Bomber Kills 15 People in Iraq

Updated: 12/27/2004 - A suicide bomber detonated his car Monday at the gate of the home of the leader of Iraq's biggest political party, killing 15 people and injuring dozens, police said. The cleric was unharmed.

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Tsunami Waves Kill Over 20,900 in Asia

Updated: 12/28/2004 - Rescuers piled up bodies along southern Asian coastlines devastated by tidal waves that smashed into nine countries, obliterating seaside towns and killing more than 20,900 people. Hundreds of children were buried in mass graves in India, and morgues and hospitals struggled to cope with the catastrophe.

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Leon County Dispatcher Shot

Updated: 12/26/2004 - A 44 year old dispatcher with the Leon County Sheriff's Department was shot in the chest with a shotgun at close range this morning and her husband has been arrested.

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Landslide Win Projected In Ukraine

Updated: 12/26/2004 - After massive protests following the disputed election, exit polls show Viktor Yushchenko will receive the most votes in Ukraine's presidential race. His opponent hinted he may challenge the latest results.

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NFL's "Minister of Defense" Dies

Updated: 12/27/2004 - Reggie White, the National Football League's second all-time sack leader and a two-time Defensive Player of the Year, died Sunday at the age of 43. The cause of death was not immediately known.

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Retailers Hope to Save Slow Holiday Sales

Updated: 12/26/2004 - After a subpar holiday season of sales, many retailers are slashing prices to encourage buying. They also hope more people spend the week after Christmas rather than returning items.

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Nearly Ten Thousand Dead After Asian Quake

Updated: 12/26/2004 - The world's strongest earthquake in 40 years set off tsunamis along the coasts of Southeast Asia. Sri Lanka, Thailand, Bangladesh, India and Malaysia have all been affected.

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Holiday Travelers Stranded Across the Nation

Updated: 12/25/2004 - Mother Nature, technology and illnesses have all added up to massive delays and cancellations for those making their way around the country this holiday weekend.

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No Basket-Brawl Part II on Christmas Day

Updated: 12/25/2004 - In a peaceful meeting between heated rivals, the Detroit Pistons left Indianapolis with a five point victory over the hometown Pacers. Just over a month ago, the teams were involved in one of the ugliest brawls in US sports history.

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Americans Capture Top Terror Leaders

Updated: 12/25/2004 - U.S. forces captured two senior figures in al-Qaida’s branch in Iraq, the U.S. military said Saturday, and one of Turkey’s richest businessmen was reported kidnapped, appearing in a video along with a weeping employee saying they were being held hostage.

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