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Quakes Hit Indonesia

Updated: 03/28/2005 - No damage or injuries are reported in two strong earthquakes that have struck Indonesia's eastern province of Maluku.

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I-45 Fatality in Madison County

Updated: 03/27/2005 - There was a deadly accident in Madison County early Easter morning on Interstate 45 involving a SUV, an 18 wheeler and another car that fled the scene.

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Breaking Ground on Easter Sunday

Updated: 03/27/2005 - If you've driven through downtown Bryan, you can't miss First Baptist Church. It's been on Texas Avenue for nearly 150 years. But as part of their Easter festivities, First Baptist broke ground on a new endeavor.

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Preventing Petting Zoo Problems

Updated: 03/26/2005 - If you head out to a county fair at some point this summer, you may come across a petting zoo. Kids usually love getting up close and personal with the animals, but a situation in Florida may cause some concern.

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College Station Stabbing Leaves One Dead

Updated: 03/26/2005 - Patience Cooks of Bryan is charged with murder after stabbing a neighbor of hers early Saturday morning in College Station. Lorenzo Allen died at College Station Medical Center of his injury.

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Dragon, Monster Trucks Roar at Reed

Updated: 03/28/2005 - Friday night was the first of two shows for the Extreme Monster Truck Nationals at Reed Arena. Workers put in a lot of hours and effort to make sure everything runs smoothly.

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Easter Messages Tailor Made

Updated: 03/25/2005 - Brazos Valley clergy are preparing their messages for the normally extra-large attendance on Easter services. And many are trying to figure out how to retain those numbers every Sunday?

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Transportation Needs For The Brazos Valley

Updated: 03/25/2005 - As the population rises so does the need for expansion of Texas roadways. A 32 percent increase in funds are coming to Texas, $16 billion to improve major highways. U.S. lawmakers set aside $12 million for Brazos County transportation needs over the next six years.

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TAKS Scores Show Blacks Left Behind

Updated: 03/24/2005 - For years there has been a gap between the test scores of minority and white students. As a group, Hispanic students are closing in on the gap, but African American students are being left behind. The latest TAKS reading results show that close to one of every two local black fifth graders can't pass their tests.

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Regents Approve Tuition Hike and Flat Rate

Updated: 03/25/2005 - Texas A&M students lined up to sound off on a proposed flat rate tuition and increase in tuition. Regents heard every side of the debate, and have made their decision.

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14 Dead, 1 Missing in Texas City Refinery Blast

Updated: 03/24/2005 - All but one of the 1,800 or so oil refinery workers have been accounted for after overnight search efforts following the thunderous blast killed 14 and injured more than 100 others, officials said Thursday.

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Supreme Court Won't Hear Schiavo Case

Updated: 03/24/2005 - The Supreme Court on Thursday refused to order Terri Schiavo's feeding tube reinserted, rejecting a desperate appeal by her parents to keep their severely brain-damaged daughter alive.

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Could Cheerleaders Moves Be Too Provocative?

Updated: 03/23/2005 - High school cheerleaders get the crowds pumped up for the Friday night games and over the years, cheerleading has become more of an athletic sport, but do their moves provoke more than just school spirit?

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TAMUS Regents to Vote on Flat Tuition Rate

Updated: 03/23/2005 - Texas A&M students may soon pay more for their diploma, if the board of regents approves a flat tuition rate. Thursday, regents will vote on implementing a plan to charge students who take above 16 hours the same amount as students between 12 and 14 hours.

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Transportation Summit Begins

Updated: 03/23/2005 - Transportation issues will be on the table for the next two days at meeting with local leaders. Congressman Chet Edwards will be speaking Thursday and Brazos Valley leaders will have their own round table to discuss local transportation issues at a Brazos Valley Transportation summit.

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Northgate Merchants Sound Off On Ordinance

Updated: 03/25/2005 - There is grumbling on Northgate today as the news of an open container ban is spreading. The controversy over the new ordinance is still brewing, and merchants are reluctant to back the ordinance 100 percent.

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North American Summit in Waco

Updated: 03/23/2005 - President Bush and the leaders of Canada and Mexico have announced new agreements on security and the economy. But they say more needs to be done.

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Northgate Drinking Ban Passed

Updated: 03/23/2005 - Drinking on the Northgate Promenade will soon be a tradition of the past. College Station City Council members approved a recommendation by police to ban open containers on the promenade.

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Huntsville City Council Member Makes Public Apology

Updated: 03/23/2005 - There was an air of forgiveness at Tuesday's city council meeting. After the apology by council woman Judy Kayse, most residents said they accepted her apology for insensitive remarks she made at a committee meeting for Huntsville Promise, a non-profit youth organization.

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Strayhorn Says House Tax Plan Falls Short

Updated: 03/23/2005 - The Texas House's $10.8 billion tax plan falls almost four billion dollars short of the property tax relief promised for the next two years.

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Man Pleads Not Guilty in Letterman Case

Updated: 03/22/2005 - The man who's charged in an alleged plot to kidnap the young son of TV talk show host David Letterman entered pleas of innocent in a Montana courtroom Tuesday.

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