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Boy Killed After Thrown From Bed Of Pick-Up

Updated: 07/03/2005 - Another tragic accident on a Brazos Valley roadway this holiday weekend. This one happened in Leon County around noon Sunday when an 8-year-old boy was thrown from the bed of a pick-up truck

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NASA Probe on Collision Course With Comet

Updated: 07/03/2005 - A NASA space probe was bearing down on its comet target Sunday in a suicide mission scientists hoped would give them new insight into the origins of the solar system.

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Drought Conditions Leave Hay Makers KOed

Updated: 07/02/2005 - The Brazos Valley Drought is now beginning to impact farmers and ranchers. The lack of rain has brought on the summertime blues, with green fields turning brown and little hope of a change. For some, the trickle-down affect starts with one particular crop.

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Beef Industry: Supply is Safe

Updated: 07/02/2005 - Nearly all cows in the US herd were born after federal feed bans were enacted in 1997 to protect against mad cow disease, according to estimates from industry groups.

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The Slipper Fits, or Your Money Back

Updated: 07/02/2005 - It's a chance to see one of the most highly-praised movies so far this year with a money-back guarantee. The Cinemark theater chain is matching the refund offer made by AMC Entertainment earlier this week for "Cinderella Man."

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The Lone Star Flies High

Updated: 07/02/2005 - It's the simplicity of the Texas state flag's design that makes it so distinctive. An exhibit opening Fourth of July weekend at the Bush Library features more than 130 photographs of the flag.

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Diving Into Pool Safety

Posted: 07/01/2005 - There are very few better ways to beat the heat than a dip in the pool. And whether you're taking a dip in your own pool or at a public facility, there are rules in place to keep you and your loved ones safe.

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Aggie Confirmed to Lead Air Force

Updated: 10/28/2006 - The Air Force will have a new man in charge, and he's an Aggie. General T. Michael Moseley was confirmed today by the Senate with unanimous consent.

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Justice O'Connor Retires from Supreme Court

Updated: 07/01/2005 - Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman on the Supreme Court and a swing vote on abortion as well as other contentious issues, announced her retirement Friday.

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Tax Time

Updated: 06/30/2005 - April 15th isn't the only tax deadline, for local property owners, June 30th is d-day to pay taxes for 2004. Nothing hurts worse than the sting of tax day.

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Calvert Bar Shooting

Updated: 06/30/2005 - An early morning bar shooting in Calvert leaves one man hospitalized. Police say the 54-year-old man was shot once in the stomach outside the Dew Drop Inn Bar.

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A&M Tested Texas's Mad Cow

Updated: 10/28/2006 - With Mad Cow Disease found in Texas, the federal government is looking back at how scientists missed it. Eyes have fixed on Texas A&M, where researchers say, as the first line of defense, they saw the disease first-hand.

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Snakes in the Brazos Valley

Updated: 06/30/2005 - In Texas it's no surprise that snakes and summertime go hand in hand, but do you know where your mostly like to find them or how to spot a poisonous snake?

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No Toxic Spill in Train Accident

Updated: 06/29/2005 - A train derailment in a remote area of Burleson County could have been much worse. That's because one of the cars was carrying sulfuric acid. But authorities say, thankfully, no leaks have been found.

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Water Report Worth Reading...and Keeping?

Updated: 06/30/2005 - Bryan residents will be getting a water quality report unlike anything they've seen. The city hopes it's not wasted paper, as it may have been in past years.

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Emergency Ops Center in Full Swing with Hot Temps

Updated: 06/30/2005 - The hot and dry conditions are prompting the new Emergency Operations Center to kick into full swing. The center is new and full of the latest technology to run operational briefings along with helping respond to fires and other disasters.

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Buzz-ing the Tower: Moseley Could Lead USAF

Updated: 10/28/2006 - An Aggie could be the Air Force's top man if the Senate agrees. General T. Michael Moseley is the president's nominee to become the new Air Force Chief of Staff.

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Second Mad Cow Case Traced to Texas

Updated: 06/29/2005 - The Associated Press reports the second U.S. case of mad cow disease was a cow from Texas killed last November.

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Student Loan Interest Rates to Increase

Updated: 06/30/2005 - If you have student loans, you'll want to pay close attention. Federal interest rates are about to shoot up and the deadline to secure a lower interest rate is near.

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New Developments In The Death Of A Missing Hearne Man

Updated: 06/28/2005 - New developments in the death of an elderly Hearne man who had been missing for a week. The body was found last Thursday and police were certain it was foul play. But now, preliminary autopsy results are showing something different.

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Bryan Justice Center Update

Updated: 06/29/2005 - Plans for a new justice center in Bryan are progressing, but some unexpected costs have arose and that has some council members raising a brow.

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Austin's Colony Gets New Signal

Updated: 06/28/2005 - Residents of Austin's Colony subdivision in Bryan will soon be able to get in and out of their neighborhood with less hold ups.

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A&M Raises Tuition

Updated: 06/28/2005 - The legislature didn't pay out, so now Texas A&M students will have to pay up. Tuesday, the university announced a tuition increase by $12.50.

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Brazos County Prepares as Evacuation Hub

Updated: 06/28/2005 - Bryan/College Station has always been a safe haven for gulf coast residents trying to escape disaster. But now that our area is officially a designated evacuation hub, local emergency workers are getting organized and getting ready to host thousands of evacuees.

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Lawmakers Fuel Talk of Local Ethanol Plant

Updated: 06/27/2005 - Plans for an ethanol plant in Burleson County have been stranded at the starting line for months. But the latest white house push for alternative fuels...may get the feds to finally drop the green flag.

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