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One Special Bryan High Graduate

Updated: 05/18/2005 - Twenty-two-year-old Michael Lamarche graduated from Bryan High School and it was an accomplishment his family thought would never come.

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Hearne School Bond Issue

Updated: 05/18/2005 - If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. That's the approach Hearne's school board is taking after a $13.9 million bond issue failed earlier this month by just 20 votes.

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Part One: The Cost of Healthcare

Updated: 05/18/2005 - If you're ever been to the hospital, you know the headache of deciphering the bill once you leave. But did you know that what you pay, is often very different from what another patient pays for the same procedure?

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Plane Crash Just a Drill

Updated: 05/18/2005 - It's a community's worst fear. But when disaster strikes, emergency crews have to be ready.

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Mites Destroying "Bees"ness

Updated: 05/18/2005 - A tiny bug is being blamed for killing more than half of the bees in some Northern states. The problem is even worse in California ... with 70 percent of that state's honeybees have been wiped out and the problem is happening here at home too.

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County Offers Big Bucks for Church

Updated: 05/17/2005 - Brazos County Commissioners think they've found a solution to the county's office space problems. And they're looking to their neighbors for help.

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Brenham Eyes New Name for Old Street

Updated: 05/17/2005 - One of the oldest streets in Brenham may get a new name. But some residents are fighting the change. Brenham's African American community has a dream of its own: to rename a well known and historical street after one of the greatest civil rights leaders.

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Brazos County Could See Interstate In Future

Updated: 05/18/2005 - Brazos County is the largest metropolian area in the country without being on a major interstate highway but that could soon change. A 1600 mile highway project, Interstate 69 will connect Mexico, the United States and Canada.

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Wine Ruling

Updated: 05/16/2005 - A major victory for wineries across the U.S. The Supreme Court ruled states can't prohibit out of state wine shipments to consumers. The decision will effect local wineries and retailers.

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Bryan Boot Camp Closes

Updated: 05/16/2005 - A program that prepares female inmates for release has gone out of business.

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TAMU Signs Agreement with NHI

Updated: 10/28/2006 - School may be out, but Texas A&M is doing all it can to attract more students, specifically minorities. The university and the National Hispanic Institute are joining forces to recruit the brightest and the best latino students.

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White House Critical of Newsweek

Updated: 05/16/2005 - Saying an apology is not enough, the White House is calling on Newsweek to retract a story that alleged U.S interrogators at Guantanamo Bay desecrated the Quran.

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No Evidence in Sign Stealing Case

Updated: 05/14/2005 - College Station police have ended their investigation into alleged campaign sign stealing involving the city council race between Ron Gay and then-incumbent Robert Wareing.

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Bliss-ful Gains, Painful Losses in BRAC for Texas

Updated: 05/14/2005 - Military transfers could bring more than 11,000 soldiers and civilian employees to Fort Bliss. That's the second largest gain for any installation under a plan proposed by the Pentagon.

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Sanchez Urges High Morals

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Maintain high moral standards and treat people with respect -- that's the message Lieutenant General Ricardo Sanchez urged today to Texas A&M graduates who are entering the military.

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Cornyn: Texas Came Out of BRAC Well

Updated: 05/15/2005 - It was a busy week in Washington, one that had far-reaching implications across the country, including in Texas. Senator John Cornyn took time out to discuss a number of those issues with News 3.

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Prairie View A&M Students Will Be Paying More for Tuition

Updated: 05/13/2005 - The Texas A&M System Board of Regents approved a tuition hike in March for all five universities. What regents knew could happen and what students at Prairie View A&M thought would happen, may not.

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X-Baylor Coach May Testify In A Murder Trial

Updated: 05/13/2005 - A former Baylor University basketball coach caught in an N-C-A-A violations scandal, may be called to testify at Carlton Dotson's upcoming murder trial.

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Supernaw In Washington County Jail

Updated: 05/13/2005 - The escapades of one country music singer are beginning to sound like a broken record. Doug Supernaw is back in the Washington County jail after appearing in court earlier this week.

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Missing Boy Found

Updated: 05/14/2005 - Nearly 48 hours after the disappearance of an 11-year-old Montgomery County boy, he is found safe.

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Hearne Clinic Cleans up Flood's Destruction

Updated: 05/13/2005 - One year ago, Hearne residents suffered through one of the worst natural disasters to ever hit the Brazos Valley. And while last years flood left home owners struggling to save their property, Hearne's only medical clinic was struggling just to stay afloat.

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Will Concordia University Call Brazos Valley Home?

Updated: 05/13/2005 - The possibility of another University in the Brazos Valley just got stronger. Board members for Concordia University in Austin say today they will be relocating the Lutheran school.

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One Year Ago, Hearne's Skies Opened Up

Updated: 05/13/2005 - A year has passed, but Hearne is still cleaning up after a flood its residents will never forget. City officials say repairs are progressing, while citizens wonder if flood waters could come again.

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Bonfire Redpot Statue Dedicated

Updated: 10/28/2006 - A Bronze Aggie Bonfire Redpot worker now stands guard at the North entrance of Bottle Cap Alley in Northgate.

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