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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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Judge Won't Order Schiavo Tube Reinserted

Updated: 03/22/2005 - The federal judge who turned down an emergency request to reinsert a brain-damaged woman's feeding tube says that Florida courts had protected Terri Schiavo's "life and liberty interests."

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Schiavo's Case Brings Attention to Living Wills

Updated: 03/22/2005 - The Terri Schiavo case is tragic whether or not you believe her feeding tube should be removed. But much of the fighting could have been avoided if she had a living will. The document could make it easier for you and your family.

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Six Jailed in Washington County Kidnapping

Updated: 03/22/2005 - Five men and one woman are behind bars after police say they kicked down the door to a Washington County home and kidnapped a 15-year-old girl.

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Who's Repairing Your Roof or Car?

Updated: 03/22/2005 - They may come to your door and offer you great deals to repair damage done by recent storms. But how can you tell if your house or car is going to get fixed by a reputable person?

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Northgate Drinking Ordinance Reviewed

Updated: 10/28/2006 - College Station city council members aren't completely sold on the Northgate Open Container ban. During Tuesday's council meeting, the members will review all the options to curb alcohol-related crimes.

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Residents Lobby Bryan Council for Park Policy Change

Updated: 03/21/2005 - Bryan's west side is banding together to get a new baseball field named after one of its own. A 15-year-old rule may stop the effort unless city council decides otherwise.

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Easter Brings in Big Bucks

Updated: 03/21/2005 - It's not what most might think of at Easter, but the spring holiday rakes in big retail dollars. In fact, it's the third biggest shopping holiday behind Christmas and Valentine's Day. But this year, sales may dip because it's coming a little early.

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    Picking Up After All "Hail" Breaks Loose

    Updated: 03/21/2005 - For many residents in the Southwood Valley part of College Station, Sunday was a clean up day. Saturday night's storms had people scurrying inside, and ultimately, scurrying back out to check for damage.

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    Fire Destroys Navasota Hotel

    Updated: 03/21/2005 - Occupants of a Navasota hotel escaped an early morning blaze Sunday. Firefighters rushed to the Best Value Inn and Suites off of Highway 6 to battle a blaze that quickly engulfed the building.

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    60 Years and Counting for Legion Members

    Updated: 03/20/2005 - They served their country six decades ago, and Saturday, their membership in one of America's oldest veterans' organizations was honored.

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