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Former First Lady is Given a Rose Garden

Updated: 03/11/2005 - It's not as famous as the one at the White House, but former First Lady Barbara Bush is about to have a rose garden of her own.

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Border War Brewing?

Posted: 03/11/2005 - New Mexico has a 146-year old bone to pick with the state of Texas. Yesterday, the New Mexico State Senate voted to pass Senate Bill 555 that calls for a suit to be brought against Texas for the return of thousands of acres of land.

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New Racial Profiling Bill

Updated: 03/11/2005 - A last minute proposal in the Texas legislature could mean a heavier load on local law enforcement. The Bill would create a new government institution to analyze racial profiling statistics.

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Three Shot to Death at Ga. Courthouse

Updated: 03/11/2005 - A man who works in the Atlanta courthouse where shooting broke out Friday morning says officers told him the gunman grabbed a sergeant's gun.

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House Considers $10 Billion Tax Bill

Updated: 03/11/2005 - Most Texans would see their tax burden increase under a sweeping proposal the state House considered today.

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UT System Regents Approve Tuition Increases

Updated: 10/28/2006 - University of Texas System regents today approved tuition increases at several campuses. The hikes came despite warnings from lawmakers about rising tuition costs, and the threat of the loss of some state funding.

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Wild Horse and Burro Adoption in Navasota

Updated: 03/10/2005 - Nearly 36,000 wild horses and burros roam the open land of roughly 10 states. The problem is there's too many animals for the amount of land available.

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New Prescription Card Could Save More Money

Updated: 03/10/2005 - The cost of prescription drugs can be pricey. But thanks to a new prescription drug card the days of paying full price for your meds could be over.

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Redesigned SAT Test Debuts

Updated: 03/10/2005 - The new, redesigned SAT test debuts this Saturday. Some students say they're ready to face the new challenges, while others are a little worried.

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Robertson County Special Olympics

Updated: 03/10/2005 - If you've ever experienced Special Olympics, it isn't hard to see why both athletes and coaches get so much out of it. For the fourteenth year, Robertson County hosted 150 special needs athletes from across the area for fun, excitement and a little friendly competition.

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Davis Bill Filed

Updated: 03/10/2005 - A local judge is winning his fight against the system that put a mark on his record.

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TDCJ Is Seeing a Shortage of Correctional Officers

Updated: 03/09/2005 - The Texas Department of Criminal Justice is seeing a shortage of correctional officers statewide. For the past several months, current TDCJ officers are working extra shifts and overtime to make up for that shortage.

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Juvenile Services Takes Program to Classrooms

Updated: 03/09/2005 - Brazos County is trying to stop crime before it happens The Juvenile Detention Center is starting a new program designed to keep kids out of the system, by taking the harsh reality of breaking the law into the classroom.

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Dropout Rates

Updated: 03/09/2005 - A new study says 36 percent of high school freshman are failing to graduate in four years. Some educators fear that most are dropping out, but others say it all depends on how you look at the numbers.

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Report: Racial Profiling Not a Problem

Updated: 03/09/2005 - The Brazos County Sheriff's office says racial profiling is still not a problem. The results for the 2004 racial profiling report are in...and just like the year before, there were no reports against officers for racial profiling.

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