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Legislative Session Drawing to Close

Updated: 05/28/2005 - A stalemate on school funding legislation squashed any remaining hope Saturday that lawmakers can reach a deal this session. With less than three days left, lawmakers needed an extraordinary series of events to successfully change the way Texans pay taxes to fund public schools.

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100 Homes and Counting

Posted: 05/28/2005 - A milestone was reached this morning for one of the area's hardest working organizations. Habitat for Humanity held a wall raising ceremony for their 100th home in the twin cities.

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Looking Back as Grads Look Forward

Updated: 05/28/2005 - Eighteen years is a long time. A lot of things can -- and do -- happen. For local high school graduates, a lot has changed since they were born, but as they receive their diplomas, it's what hasn't changed that might matter most.

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Tragedy Repeated for Bedias Siblings

Updated: 05/27/2005 - A tragic footnote to a fatal car crash in Brenham Thursday. It was the second time for two siblings to witness a parent's death in a auto accident.

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New Way to Locate Sex Offenders

Updated: 05/28/2005 - Until now it's been up to you to go online and track sex offenders who move in and out of your neighborhood. One company hopes to make that easier for concerned citizens.

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Memorial Day Closings

Posted: 05/27/2005 - If you're in town this weekend, there are several closings coming up. Both Bryan and College Station city offices will be closed on Monday, as will the Brazos County Courthouse, all libraries and post offices.

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Travel Season Begins

Updated: 05/28/2005 - If you have travel plans this memorial day weekend, get ready for some company on the road and in the air. AAA predicts one of the busiest travel weekends across the country.

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Proposed Plan Front and (City) Center

Updated: 05/28/2005 - How big will be it be and how much will it cost? Those are the questions facing College Station's city council after another look at the proposed City Center. And the council members will continue pondering for the next month.

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Pay Raises for Coach Fran, Gillispie

Updated: 05/28/2005 - The same week one coach is fired, two others get pay raises. Football Coach Dennis Franchione and Basketball Coach Billy Gillispie are getting an extra $300,000 a year thanks to the board of regents.

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Schools Out, But Not for Everyone

Updated: 05/27/2005 - Bryan and College Station school kids are saying goodbye to the classroom and hello to summer. It's the last day of school for many students, but for others this summer will mean back to the books.

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More Possible Meningitis Cases in Huntsville

Updated: 05/26/2005 - With only a few more days left of school, Huntsville ISD could be facing at least two more cases of meningitis. This comes on the heels of a meningitis case in a Mance Park Middle School student earlier this week.

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Bremond Superintendent Under Investigation

Updated: 05/26/2005 - A Robertson County grand jury got its first look at evidence in the case of a former Bremond Superintendent accused of taking hundreds of thousands of dollars from the school.

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Stallings Back to Work at A&M

Updated: 10/28/2006 - He coached the Aggies on the gridiron, and now he'll represent them as a board member. Gene Stallings is well known for his coaching ability, but now he and a former classmate will be working for their alma mater.

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Downtown Expansion

Updated: 05/26/2005 - The area known as Downtown Bryan may be dramatically changing shape soon. Over the last four years, city council has expanded the area and offered businesses a helping hand through its Downtown Improvement Program. Now the city is considering reaching out to another part of the community.

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Sticky Traffic Situation

Updated: 05/26/2005 - Bryan/College Station is no Dallas or Houston when it comes to traffic. But more residents are getting stuck between bumpers ... and both cities are trying to play catch up.

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BCS Landfill Moves Closer to Completion

Updated: 05/25/2005 - The Rock Prairie landfill in College Station, is not too far away from filling up its last 30 acres. Soon, trash that ends up here, will end up across the county line.

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No Money in Budget for Fuel

Updated: 05/24/2005 - Every-day motorists aren't the only ones digging deep to cover the high cost of gas. Many counties are feeling the pinch and having to adjust their budgets to keep vehicles on the road.

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School Finance Resolve on Tight Deadline

Updated: 05/23/2005 - You've heard about it for two legislative sessions, the school funding dilemma that arose after a state court ruled the current system unconstitutional. But now, time is running out for lawmakers to make the changes.

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Possible Meningitis Case

Updated: 05/23/2005 - A Huntsville student is in the hospital with a possible case of meningitis. The eighth grader attends Mance Park Middle school.

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Food Bank Faces Security Issues

Updated: 05/25/2005 - A recent break in at the Brazos Food Bank has the agency's board looking into security measures.

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Vintage Guitar Found in Centerville

Updated: 05/23/2005 - A local Centerville resident brought his grandfather's old guitar to the shop and discovered that it was one of a kind.

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