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Medicare Benefit Will Cover Viagra

Updated: 02/01/2005 - Sexual performance drugs like Viagra will be covered by Medicare's new prescription benefit beginning next year, along with medications for other conditions like high blood pressure and heart disease, Health and Human Services officials said Tuesday.

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Former Abu Ghraib Guard Makes Plea Deal

Updated: 02/01/2005 - A former Abu Ghraib guard pleaded guilty Tuesday to battery and two other charges in the Iraqi prison abuse scandal as part of a plea agreement with prosecutors.

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Web Site Claims GI Captured in Iraq

Updated: 02/01/2005 - Iraqi militants claimed in a Web statement Tuesday to have taken an American soldier hostage and threatened to behead him in 72 hours unless the Americans release Iraqi prisoners.

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Bush Pushing Agenda in State of Union

Updated: 02/01/2005 - President Bush is ready to challenge Congress to approve a stack of politically divisive measures he has proposed before without success, from major changes in Social Security to a loosening of the nation's immigration laws.

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Jury Selection Begins in Jackson Case

Updated: 02/01/2005 - Michael Jackson stood and smiled as he faced the first prospective jurors in his criminal trial — a group roughly split between those willing to decide his fate and those hoping to avoid a role in the latest trial of the century.

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Iraqi President: U.S. Troops Should Stay

Updated: 02/01/2005 - Iraq's president said Tuesday it would be "complete nonsense" to ask foreign troops to leave the country now, although some could depart by year's end. Officials began the final vote tally from elections to produce a government to confront the insurgency.

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Council Recommends A&M Flatten Tuition

Updated: 10/28/2006 - A council commissioned by Texas A&M President Robert Gates has recommended the university changed to a largely-flat tuition rate. Other measures would aim to encourage students to graduate faster.

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Gates Turns Down Bush Administration Position

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Texas A&M's president is staying put after a second President Bush asked for his services. Robert Gates released a statement concerning the matter, but only KBTX got a comment directly from him.

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Local Educators Lobby Lawmakers

Updated: 01/31/2005 - Teachers from across the state, took a day off from school to lobby lawmakers in Austin Monday.

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Highway 21 Accident

Updated: 01/31/2005 - Three people remain in the hospital after an accident on Highway 21.

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Blue Ribbon Schools

Updated: 01/31/2005 - Two Brazos Valley schools are recognized through education excellence awards.

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Easterwood Airport Jet Bridges

Updated: 01/31/2005 - Easterwood Airport opens two new additions aimed at making flying the friendly skies better.

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Iraq Finishes First-Phase Ballot Count

Updated: 01/31/2005 - Iraq's interim leader called on his countrymen to set aside their differences Monday, while local precincts finished a first-phase count of millions of ballots from the weekend election that many Iraqis hope will usher in democracy and hasten the departure of 150,000 American troops.

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SBC to Buy Former Parent AT&T for $16B

Updated: 01/31/2005 - SBC Communications Inc. has agreed to buy former parent AT&T Corp. for $16 billion, creating one of the nation's largest telecommunications companies and ending the independent run of a company once known as Ma Bell whose roots stretch back to the telephone's invention.

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Aggie Dies On Highway 6

Updated: 10/28/2006 - A Texas A&M student was struck and killed on Highway 6 Saturday night in a pedestrian accident. 22-year-old Luke James Patton, a senior animal science student, was a passenger in a car that was northbound between University and Briarcrest.

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Jackson Speaks Before His Trial

Updated: 01/30/2005 - In a taped release on his Web site, Michael Jackson urged people to "keep an open mind and let me have my day in court." He also called leaks about his grand jury testimony, "disgusting." Jury selection for his trial begins Monday.

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Election Day in Iraq

Updated: 01/30/2005 - Despite the threats of violence, Iraqi voters turned out in large numbers Sunday in the nation's first free election in decades. There were some attacks on polling places. President Bush calls the day, "a resounding success."

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Marine Survives Nine Bombs

Updated: 01/29/2005 - When you're a Marine and survive a bomb in Iraq, you're considered a hero. When you're Lance Cpl. Tony Stevens and you survive nine, you're considered a cult icon in the military ranks.

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A Respite From the Rehab

Updated: 01/29/2005 - They are soldiers and sailors wounded in the war on terror. Their treatment is long and grueling, and for the most part, anything but fun. But at least for a day, the Brazos Valley welcomed some brave men and women.

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Iraqi Insurgents Hit US Embassy

Updated: 01/29/2005 - Violence continues as election day approaches in Iraq. Two Americans were killed when a rocket hit the US Embassy in Baghdad. Across the country, it was a violent day at polling places.

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Southeast Snowed In; Georgia, Carolinas Brace

Updated: 01/29/2005 - Wicked winter weather continues to pop up across the nation, this time in the Southeast. Georgia has been hit hard by snow storms, and officials fear massive power outages in some parts.

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Violence at Iraq's Polls on Election Eve

Updated: 01/29/2005 - Security has been increased across Iraq with just hours to go until polls open, but already, there has been violence. Polling places in at least eight cities have already been attacked.

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Recruiting with a New Global Landscape

Updated: 01/29/2005 - With the changing face of the armed forces, some branches of the military are in need of more personnel. And while those branches should meet their 2005 quotas, it may take a little extra work.

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Missing Navasota Man Found in Bryan

Updated: 01/31/2005 - After KBTX aired a story on missing 49-year-old William Joseph Miller from Arkansas, tips began pouring in. Friday night, Miller was found at Twin City Mission in Bryan.

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Motorcycle Helmet Law Could Change

Updated: 01/28/2005 - If you ride a motorcycle, you soon may not be required to wear a helmet. A state lawmaker has proposed a bill that would allow anyone over 21 to ride without a helmet, even if they haven't taken a safety class.

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