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New Orleans Braces for Powerful Katrina

Updated: 08/28/2005 - Monstrous Hurricane Katrina barreled toward the Big Easy on Sunday with 165-mph wind and a threat of a 28-foot storm surge, forcing a mandatory evacuation, a last-ditch Superdome shelter and prayers for those left to face the doomsday scenario this below-sea-level city has long dreaded.

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Residents of Normangee Honor Local Icon

Updated: 08/29/2005 - A serious accident last month, left a Normangee man severely injured. Alan Andrus pulls double duty as an assistant high school principal and basketball coach. Saturday, community members came together for a different kind of pep rally to show their support.

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Evacuations Planned As Katrina Nears Coast

Updated: 08/27/2005 - Low-lying Louisiana parishes called for evacuations Saturday and lines formed at gas stations in New Orleans as Hurricane Katrina appeared to be taking aim at the region while gathering strength over the warm water of the Gulf of Mexico.

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Katrina Gains Strength, Death Toll Rises

Posted: 08/26/2005 - Seven people are dead as a result of Hurricane Katrina hitting Florida. Now in the Gulf of Mexico, the storm is gaining strength and could become a Category 3 storm tomorrow.

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BRAC Commission Continues Realignment

Updated: 08/26/2005 - The base closing commission has spared a major Air Force base in South Dakota, while a Houston-area base will have their fighter jets fly away.

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Stabbing Victim Recounts Horrific Evening

Updated: 08/28/2005 - For William Andrus Fitts, Thursday night is one he says he wishes never happened. But it may have been his heroism that saved the life of one of his best friends.

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Corporal Punishment in Schools

Updated: 08/26/2005 - A new state law meant to give parents the right to spank their kids has some school districts confused about their rights. Some school officials say the wording of the law makes it seem that corporal punishment is no longer allowed in schools.

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Perry Continues His Education Push

Updated: 08/25/2005 - Governor Rick Perry has hand picked a task force to help lay out guidelines for his classroom spending plan. Perry's order calls for districts to spend 65 percent of its money on instruction. But some district leaders say those numbers don't add up.

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E. Coli Prompts Beef Recall

Updated: 08/25/2005 - A Georgia company is recalling millions of frozen beef patties that may have been infected with E. coli.

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97 Burglaries, One Burglar in Jail

Updated: 08/25/2005 - Nearly 100 burglarized locations in the Twin Cities were hit by the same man, and he's not only admitted it, he's taken police on a tour of his crime spree.

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One Dead, Two Injured in South Bryan

Updated: 08/26/2005 - Bryan Police are in the early stages of an investigation after a shooting and stabbing left a man dead and two others hurt in a small neighborhood off of 29th Street in Bryan.

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Corley Baby Released From Hospital

Updated: 08/25/2005 - The Trinity mother who fled with her baby to keep CPS from taking him is still behind bars with bond set at $1,500.

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New Estimates Expand Expo's Costs

Updated: 08/25/2005 - If you're lost on where the Expo Center project is at, you're probably not alone. There might be light at the end of the tunnel that has taken five years to travel through.

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$2.5 Billion Budget Approved by A&M Regents

Updated: 10/28/2006 - The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents approved a $2.5 billion budget that will increase Texas A&M University's budget by nearly $60 million.

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A&M Cuts Transportation Jobs

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Twenty-eight employees with Texas A&M Transportation Services are looking for new jobs. The university touted cost cutting as the reason for Wednesday's layoffs, saying they will save $1 million a year.

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Texas Spared Base Closings

Updated: 08/24/2005 - The commission weighing the Pentagon's plan to restructure hundreds of U.S. military bases on Wednesday spared an Army depot in Texas and a submarine base in Connecticut from being shut down.

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Baby Safely Returned

Updated: 08/24/2005 - Huntsville police are breathing a sigh of relief after the safe return of a newborn baby boy. Authorities say the mother fled the with the baby to prevent CPS from taking custody after she and the baby tested positive for drugs. But the mother may not be charged with a crime.

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Huntsville ISD New Superintendent

Posted: 08/23/2005 - Huntsville's new school superintendent already has a week on the job under his belt and he says he feeling right at home.

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Madisonville Alcohol Brings Dollars, Not Crime

Updated: 08/23/2005 - As Leon County prepares to vote on alcohol sales, voters may look at a neighbor to the south to see what a dry county turned wet looks like. It's been one year since Madison County allowed alcohol sales, and things have greatly changed in the past 12 months.

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Bird Tests Positive for West Nile Virus

Updated: 08/23/2005 - Another bird in College Station has tested positive for West Nile Virus. The crow was found on Essex Green Drive in the Wood Creek area.

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