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Basketball Brawl

Updated: 11/23/2004 - It's been called one of the worst fights in U.S. professional sports' history.

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Air Bags Prompt Recall of 257,616 Hondas

Updated: 11/22/2004 - Japan's Honda Motor Co. Ltd. is recalling 257,616 of its Accord sedans from the 2004 and 2005 model years because of potentially faulty air bags, U.S. federal safety regulators said on Monday.

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Soggy Bonfire Still Burns Bright

Updated: 11/22/2004 - Despite soaking rains throughout Saturday, the student-run bonfire did indeed light and burn for thousands of Aggies in attendance.

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Burton Shooting Leads To Charges

Updated: 11/20/2004 - A Burton man turned himself into the Washington County Sheriff's Department Saturday morning after a shooting at a home in the city Friday night.

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Grimes County Woman Guilty of Murder

Updated: 11/19/2004 - Sherry Smith has been found guilty of capital murder in the deaths of her husband and father-in-law. She was immediately sentenced to life in prison following the verdict. The jury made its decision after less than four hours of deliberation.

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How Old is Too Old for Your Tires?

Posted: 11/19/2004 - As the holidays approach and a high-traffic travel season begins, when is the right time for a change of wheels, and how can you tell?

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Families Get Settlement From Bonfire Tragedy

Updated: 11/19/2004 - On the same day a memorial was dedicated for the 12 victims of the 1999 Bonfire collapse, a partial settlement was reached in the state case. The families of four Aggies who died will share $4.25 million with families of three who were injured. The lawsuit alleged negligence.

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Study: C-Sections Gain Popularity in U.S.

Updated: 11/19/2004 - New research bolsters a growing body of evidence that an increasing proportion of women in the industrialized world are choosing to give birth by Caesarean section when there is no clear medical need.

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Bush to Take Security Plan to Asia Meeting

Updated: 11/19/2004 - President Bush, meeting with Asian-Pacific leaders, is seeking more international backing to both persuade North Korea to abandon its nuclear weapons ambitions and to take concrete steps to cripple terrorist networks around the world.

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High Court Stays Execution of Kunkle

Updated: 11/19/2004 - The U-S Supreme Court has stayed Friday's scheduled execution of Texas convicted killer Troy Kunkle. Kunkle was condemned for the 1984 slaying of a man in Corpus Christi.

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U.S., Iraqi Troops Storm Baghdad Mosque

Updated: 11/19/2004 - Iraqi forces, backed by U.S. soldiers, stormed one of the major Sunni Muslim mosques in Baghdad after Friday prayers, opening fire and killing at least three people, witnesses said. Another raid overnight at a hospital allegedly used by insurgents in Mosul led to three arrests, the military said.

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Memorial Gets Visitors From Aggies Young and Old

Updated: 11/19/2004 - The site of the most tragic event in Texas A&M's history now has an enduring place of honor for those who fell victim in one of the school's most beloved traditions, Bonfire.

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Thousands Attend Memorial Dedication

Updated: 11/19/2004 - An estimated 50,000 people gathered Thursday at Texas A&M on the fifth anniversary of the deadly bonfire accident.

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Mad Cow

Updated: 11/18/2004 - Washington (AP) - Federal officials say there may be a second case of mad cow disease in the United States.

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Bill Clinton Library

Updated: 11/18/2004 - Little Rock, Ark. (AP) - A huge crowd sprinkled with rock stars and current and former presidents is gathered in Arkansas at the opening party for the Clinton Presidential Center.

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A&M: Five Years Later

Updated: 11/18/2004 - From the outside, A&M may not look much different than it did five years ago. But dig a little deeper and you'll find a university that has changed

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CSISD Superintendent Announces Retirement

Updated: 11/17/2004 - There’s big news from College Station ISD's top office. In about one year, the leadership of the school district will change. Superintendent Dr. Steve Johnson announced he will be retiring.

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Homeland Security in the Brazos Valley

Updated: 11/18/2004 - You may not think of this as a region threatened by terrorists. So why are hundreds of thousands of dollars are coming here, and what are they being used for?

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West Nile Virus in Brazos County

Updated: 11/17/2004 - A College station resident finds out three months after being sick that they actually had West Nile virus. It's first human case confirmed in Brazos County. The patient is OK and has completely recovered.

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Bush Taps Adviser Spellings for Education Post

Updated: 11/17/2004 - President Bush on Wednesday named White House domestic policy adviser Margaret Spellings to be the nation's eighth education secretary. "The issue of education is close to my heart and on this vital issue there's no one I trust more than Margaret Spellings," Bush told her.

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Republicans Move to Protect DeLay's Position

Updated: 11/17/2004 - House Republicans are meeting Wednesday to give their leader some political cover. They'll be voting on a change in party rules to ensure that Congressman Tom DeLay keeps his post as House majority leader even if a Texas grand jury indicts him.

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