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Busy Highway Gets Facelift

Updated: 12/07/2004 - It's the busiest road between here and Austin and now it's getting a face lift.

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Bryan Man Dies in Car Accident

Updated: 12/07/2004 - Police still don't know what caused the fatal accident in West Brazos County Tuesday afternoon .

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Americans Mark Pearl Harbor Anniversary

Updated: 12/07/2004 - With U.S. troops fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan, Americans marked the anniversary Tuesday of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor with a salute to the nation's resilience 63 years ago.

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Texans Among Those Considered for DNC Chairman Post

Updated: 12/07/2004 - A former 26-year congressman from President Bush's home state is seeking to lead the beleaguered national Democratic Party, and a former Dallas mayor is considering a run as well.

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Deadly Plane Crash Near Houston

Updated: 12/07/2004 - One person died when a plane crash near Lake Conroe, officials said Tuesday. A passer-by reported finding the wreckage early Tuesday about 10 miles northeast of Montgomery, Federal Aviation Administration spokesman Roland Herwig said.

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Bush Library Gets New Director

Updated: 12/07/2004 - Warren Finch Jr., who's been involved with former President George H.W. Bush's presidential library for more than a decade, will be the new director of the library based at Texas A&M University.

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Commander Sees Shift In Role of U.S. Troops

Updated: 12/07/2004 - Army Gen. John P. Abizaid, the commander of U.S. forces in the Persian Gulf region, raised the possibility Monday that U.S. forces in Iraq could start to be reshaped as early as next year to reduce the number of combat troops and concentrate on the development of Iraqi security forces.

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Bush Confident Freedom Will Reign in Iraq

Updated: 12/07/2004 - President Bush, appearing before cheering U.S. forces Tuesday, declared that terrorists won't be able to control Iraq's destiny because "free people will never choose their own enslavement."

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Online School That Gave Cat an MBA Is Sued

Updated: 12/07/2004 - The Pennsylvania attorney general's office Monday sued an online university for allegedly selling bogus academic degrees — including an MBA awarded to a cat.

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Agency: German Flu Vaccine Safe for U.S.

Updated: 12/07/2004 - The government said Tuesday that flu vaccine manufactured in Germany was safe enough to be used in the United States and that as many as 4 million doses would be available to alleviate the U.S. shortage.

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Kanye West Receives 10 Grammy Nominations

Updated: 12/07/2004 - Producer-turned-rapper Kanye West collected a leading 10 Grammy nominations Tuesday, including album of the year for "The College Dropout" which avoided typical boasting of sex, money and crime in favor of rhymes about everyday life.

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Baylor Faculty Vote

Updated: 12/07/2004 - Saying the result of the faculty referendum on the leadership of Baylor University President Robert Sloan “sheds no new light on the fact that a segment of faculty do not agree with the current administration of the university,” Baylor Board of Regents Chairman Will D. Davis called on both sides Tuesday to continue to reach out.

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Baseball Set to Toughen Steroid Rules

Updated: 12/07/2004 - Baseball players and owners have made progress toward toughening rules on steroid testing, a move that would pre-empt congressional intervention. How close they are to an agreement depends on which side you listen to.

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Intelligence Bill Nears Passage in House

Updated: 12/07/2004 - A long-delayed bill overhauling the nation's intelligence agencies is nearing passage now that President Bush and House Armed Services chairman Duncan Hunter have endorsed a compromise guaranteeing battlefield commanders access to top-secret information.

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High-Rise Fire in Chicago Injures 37

Updated: 12/07/2004 - A stubborn fire raged for 5 1/2 hours on the 29th floor of a historic downtown skyscraper, shooting flames from windows and sending at least 37 people to hospitals, most of them firefighters who suffered smoke inhalation. Some injuries were serious, but no deaths were reported.

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Hamid Karzai Sworn in As Afghan President

Updated: 12/07/2004 - Hamid Karzai was sworn in Tuesday as Afghanistan's first popularly elected president, calling for sustained help from the international community to bolster a young democracy that still faces the twin threats of terrorism and drugs.

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Sanderson Farms Evacuates Again

Updated: 12/07/2004 - Sanderson Farms employees will head back to work Tuesday after being evacuated Monday night from another ammonia leak.

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A&M Police Complete Hazing Investigation

Posted: 12/06/2004 - Texas A&M University police have finished its investigation into possible hazing violations in Texas A&M University’s Corps of Cadets.

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Wine Wars

Updated: 12/06/2004 - You can find and buy virtually anything online these days. The Internet has made shopping easy for millions of consumers who forgo brick and mortar and chose cyberspace for shopping.

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Just Say No to Performance-Enhancing Drugs

Updated: 12/06/2004 - Major League Baseball is under fire now that proof of steroid use has emerged. Local coaches and young players' consensus was that drugs should be left out when it comes to enhancing performance.

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Peterson Defense Working to Create Doubt

Updated: 12/06/2004 - Defense lawyers are trying to persuade jurors to spare Scott Peterson's life with testimony about his childhood and how a death sentence would affect his family members' lives.

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U.S. Consulate Attacked in Saudi Arabia

Updated: 12/06/2004 - In a bold attack, Islamic militants threw explosives at the gate of the heavily guarded U.S. consulate in Jiddah on Monday, then forced their way into the building and held civilians at gunpoint, prompting a gunbattle. Eight people, including five local staff, were killed in the three-hour assault.

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Hearing Begins for Soldier Accused in Abu Ghraib Scandal

Updated: 12/06/2004 - A military judge ruled Monday that statements by President Bush and top military leaders about alleged Abu Ghraib abuses do not appear specific enough to taint the jury pool for next month's trial of a reputed ringleader in the case.

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