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Rangers Investigate Dead Baby Case

Updated: 06/09/2005 - After hitting a brick wall in its investigation of an infant found dead in a dumpster at Sam Houston State University, Police are now turning to the Texas Rangers for help.

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The Price at the Pump

Updated: 06/09/2005 - Crude oil prices are on the decline, so why do gas prices still appear to be climbing? It may all come down to where you fill up.

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Deputy Reprimanded for Gun Discharge

Updated: 06/09/2005 - An internal investigation is over and a Brazos County Sheriff's deputy, who's gun went off at a local bar, has been placed on leave without pay.

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Should the Mentally Handicapped Stay in Jail?

Updated: 06/09/2005 - It's been one week since 69-year-old Carolyn Miller was assaulted in her home. But the arrest of a suspect in the case has opened the door to even more questions about medical care for special needs inmates.

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Aggies Head to Blinn for the Summer

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Summer school enrollment numbers are out and Blinn is getting bigger while Texas A&M is getting smaller. Is there a correlation? A growing number of Aggies are choosing Blinn as their summer home.

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Newman 10

Updated: 06/08/2005 - It's that time of year again to honor some of the fastest-growing businesses in Bryan/College Station. For a 12th year, Newman printing and the Bryan Rotary club has selected the top 10 businesses in our area.

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Canyon Owner Sells

Updated: 06/09/2005 - A local businessman decides to sell his bar before it could be taken away. The owner of the Canyon bar located at Post Oak in College Station has sold the establishment to a Fort Worth man.

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Federal Money Keeps Clinics Open

Updated: 06/08/2005 - Federal dollars are flowing into new community health centers in both Grimes and Robertson counties. But could the competition help or hurt other clinics already operating in those areas?

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Summertime Is More Likely to Have Power Outages

Updated: 06/08/2005 - Power outages can be frustrating, especially during the dog days of summer. But it's those hot summer days are at the root of the problem. David Massey, with College Station Utilities says summer time is when the power is more likely to go out.

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Fetal Protection Law

Updated: 06/08/2005 - The fetal protection law makes it illegal to intentionally or recklessly injure, harm, or kill an unborn child, even as early as conception, but there are exceptions to the rule.

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Point of Purchase

Updated: 06/07/2005 - It may be very easy to purchase items on the internet, but determining the sales tax can be very confusing.

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Disaster Assistance for Special Needs Residents

Updated: 06/07/2005 - As part of Leon County's emergency planning efforts, a special needs registry is being compiled to make sure those who can't help themselves, would get help should a disaster ever strike.

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Transportation Study in the Works

Updated: 06/07/2005 - Brazos County has okayed a transportation study that may help alleviate traffic problems, but now it's up to both Bryan and College Station city councils to jump on board. Tuesday, commissioners approved over $8,000 in funding for a regional transportation feasibility study.

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Car Crashes Into Restaurant

Posted: 06/07/2005 - A former Mayoral candidate in Hearne is in fair condition today after crashing her truck into a fast food restaurant.

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College Station Superintendent Chosen

Updated: 06/07/2005 - Students at College ISD will return to class under new leadership this fall. Dr. Jimmy Creel, has been chosen as the district's new superintendent to replace Dr. Steve Johnson whose last day is in September.

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Judge Will Decide Fate of Canyon Bar

Updated: 06/06/2005 - A judge could decide to shut down a popular College Station bar. The Canyon, located at Post Oak Mall, has had several employees arrested and been issued citations from TABC.

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Shopping Online

Updated: 06/06/2005 - The next time you surf the Internet to make a purchase, there's one site you'll want to check before you start browsing because you could end up paying more when shopping online.

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Franklin's First Traffic Light

Updated: 06/06/2005 - After almost two decades, the city of Franklin has been approved for it’s first traffic signal at the FM 46 and US 79 intersection.

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Missing A&M Student Found Alive

Updated: 06/05/2005 - A Texas A&M student who was given up for dead 7 years ago and feared murdered has now been found alive and well.

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Guardsmen Help on the Homefront

Updated: 06/04/2005 - The focus on the military tends to be squarely on the service members, especially those deployed overseas. But the spouses back home are cared for by the soldiers who don't deploy, like one wife and mother was helped out today.

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Investigation Underway at A&M Food Department

Updated: 06/03/2005 - News 3 has learned of an investigation into the Texas A&M Food Service Department. A&M confirms "an ongoing investigation involving allegations of rule violations and inappropriate activity."

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