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San Antonio Rehab Center Opens in Star-Studded Fashion

Updated: 01/29/2007 - Top brass and celebrities Monday paid tribute to injured US troops and helped open a $50 million rehab center in San Antonio. The 60,000 square foot Center for the Intrepid was built with private donations.

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Two Bryanites Make Choices on Upcoming Election

Updated: 01/29/2007 - The race for a Bryan city council seat has changed dramatically. Annette Stephney, the current representative for Single Member District 2, announced she will not be seeking reelection. The former seatholder, Paul Madison, will run.

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Aggie Killed in Iraq to Be Buried Monday

Updated: 01/29/2007 - Funeral services are Monday for a Texas A&M graduate killed in Iraq. National Guard Captain Sean Lyerly was piloting a Black Hawk helicopter January 20 when it crashed northeast of Baghdad. All 12 soldiers on board died.

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Manuel Drive in College Station Undergoes Construction

Updated: 01/29/2007 - As work continues on the Texas Avenue Widening Project, get ready for another College Station street to see some improvements. Starting Monday, work crews will begin putting a new surface on Manuel Drive in College Station.

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Study: Major Texas Cities Have Major Dropout Problem

Posted: 01/28/2007 - AUSTIN (AP) - One out of three Texas students never graduate -- and more students drop out than finish high school in the state's largest cities. Those are the findings from education experts including the San Antonio-based Intercultural Development Research Association and the Center for Education at Rice University.

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High Tech Burn Center Set to Open for War Vets

Posted: 01/28/2007 - SAN ANTONIO (AP) - A $50 million high-tech rehabilitation center will open in San Antonio on Monday. It's designed to serve the growing number of soldiers who return from war as amputees or with severe burns.

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Fire Breaks Out at Texas City Valero Plant

Posted: 01/28/2007 - TEXAS CITY, Texas (AP) - A large fire broke out at the Valero refinery this afternoon, but there were no major injuries. The blaze was under control less than two hours later. A pump and a feed line at the refinery caught on fire, sending smoke high into the air.

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First Emeril, Now Cake Business

Updated: 01/29/2007 - A College Station woman had all the right ingredients when it came to winning a contest on the Emeril Live show. Cindy Jarrott won the contest with her recipe of "spicy shrimp and crab croquettes" featured on Saturday's show.

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Bridal Extravaganza

Updated: 01/29/2007 - The 15th annual Bridal Show and Benefit was held at Reed Arena on Sunday. The show featured over 100 different vendor booths, everything from cake, to jewelry, music, photography, and all sorts of food.

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Collectible History At The Brazos Center

Posted: 01/27/2007 - The Brazos Center is filled with fine works of craftsmanship from all across the world from collectors across the country. And their beauty is obvious.

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OPAS Guild Gala Held

Updated: 01/28/2007 - One of Bryan-College Station yearly highlights took place tonight. The OPAS Guild's Gala 2007 was held at the Hilton.

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No Arrests For Police

Updated: 01/28/2007 - It is a rare occurence when a police operation does not result in any arrests. So when it happens that becomes unique news.

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A Recipe For Live Television

Posted: 01/27/2007 - A local resident's recipe for shrimp and crab is hitting the big time. Cindy Jarrott from Wheelock appeared on "Emeril Live".

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A Day For The Kids

Updated: 01/28/2007 - It was all about the kids on Saturday at Post Oak Mall. The mall hosted its Kids' Fair 2007.

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BBB Warns of Local Consumer Scam

Updated: 01/27/2007 - The local Better Business Bureau is warning of a potential scam concerning A&M Consolidated High School. It's another instance where the BBB is underscoring personal security.

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State Decision On Navasota Residential Treatment Center

Updated: 01/26/2007 - From the beginning, a majority of Navasota residents were united in their opposition of a residential treatment center opening in the area. And it appears the State of Texas agrees with them.

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Bryan Man Arrested for Robbery

Updated: 01/26/2007 - What started as a kind gesture, turned dangerous Friday morning at a College Station Texaco. College Station police say they arrested Donald Dyer, 25, of Bryan around 5:15 a.m. after he allegedly robbed the gas station and hurt two other people.

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CS and Bryan Officials to Square off at Reed Arena

Updated: 01/26/2007 - They were off the streets and on the court Friday practicing their chicken racing and hamster rolling skills. Police and fire chiefs from Bryan and College Station were rehearsing at Reed Arena for "Heroes Night" which takes place on Tuesday, January 30th.

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Hwy 6 Lane Closures to Start Saturday

Posted: 01/26/2007 - If you're traveling Highway 6 this weekend, watch out for lane closures. Starting Saturday, January 27th and throughout the week the northbound lanes of South Highway 6 between Greens Prairie to Texas World Speedway could have lane closures.

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Texas Task Force 1 Exhibit at A&M

Updated: 01/26/2007 - Texas A&M students had a treat Friday, thanks to Texas Task Force 1. Several search and rescue teams and emergency responders showed off their skills at Rudder Fountain. The day at A&M was part of the team's "Masters of Disaster" display at the J. Wayne Stark University Galleries.

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A&M System School Under Fire

Posted: 01/25/2007 - A Texas A&M University System school is at the center of a growing controversy. Tarleton State University in Stephenville is receiving national attention over an off-campus party on MLK Day.

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Police Surf Web for Stolen Goods

Updated: 01/25/2007 - Victims of theft, should not be surprised when missing merchandise turns up on one of several popular internet auction sites, such as ebay. That is where local police departments are now searching in an effort to track down thieves trying to sell "hot" goods online.

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Blood Needed at Red Cross

Updated: 01/25/2007 - The American Red Cross is urging Brazos Valley Residents to give blood, as all blood types are critically low. The Red Cross said blood supply was affected by schools closing, winter vacations, and the ice storm that swept through the area.

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Robotic Raccoon Used For Recycling

Posted: 01/25/2007 - The city of College Station now has a way to get kids interested in recycling. Students over at Southwood Elementary got the opportunity to met Randie the Recycling Raccoon Robot.

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