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Pope Delivers Christmas Message of Peace

Updated: 12/25/2004 - Worshippers flocked to Manger Square in Bethlehem and to St. Peter's Square in the Vatican to hear Christmas messages that urged peace on earth and an end to violence, particularly in the Middle East.

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Civilian Contractor Comes Home

Updated: 12/24/2004 - Everyday civilian contractors put their lives on the line to help our soldiers do their job. This week's suicide bombing in Mosul is a harsh reality of that.

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Holiday Homecomings for Local Soldiers

Updated: 12/24/2004 - The 420th Engineer Brigade made it home to the Brazos Valley just in time for Christmas, and the holidays mean that much more when families are reunited.

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Snowfall Buries Parts of Midwest, South

Updated: 12/24/2004 - A sloppy storm dumped more than a year's worth of snow on parts of the Midwest and made a mess of holiday travel and last-minute Christmas shopping Thursday. More than a dozen traffic deaths were blamed on the storm.

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U.S. Opens Probe Into Mosul Base Attack

Updated: 12/24/2004 - The brigadier general who investigated abuse at Abu Ghraib prison is heading the U.S. military's probe into how a suicide bomber infiltrated a U.S. Army base near Mosul and detonated a deadly explosion, authorities said Friday.

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Rumsfeld Gets Friendly Questions in Iraq

Updated: 12/24/2004 - The questions from the troops for Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld were considerably more friendly on his Christmas Eve visit to Iraq than they were on his previous trip to the region a couple of weeks ago.

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Drug Shortages Plague Hospitals

Updated: 12/23/2004 - It's a rough flu season, especially when only high risk people can get the flu shot. But, flu vaccines aren't the only drugs in short supply. Hospital pharmacies face drug shortages nearly all the time.

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Hospital Bans Smoking

Updated: 12/23/2004 - Smokers in Hunstville, get ready for a big change. If you plan on going anywhere near the hospital you better leave your cigarettes behind.

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Last Minute Shopping

Updated: 12/23/2004 - Time is running out to get those gifts under the tree. But there are those who may just now be getting started.

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Former Commanders Honor Troops

Updated: 12/23/2004 - The soldiers of the 420th Engineer Brigade out of Bryan have only been home a day, but the impact they left in Iraq will last a lifetime. But before those soldiers were called to duty, there were men and women that came before them that paved the way for their success.

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Snow Hampers Holiday Travel and Shopping

Updated: 12/23/2004 - A sloppy storm dumped more than a year's worth of snow on parts of the Midwest and made a mess of holiday travel and last-minute Christmas shopping Thursday. At least 12 traffic deaths were blamed on the storm.

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The Truth Behind the Star of Bethlehem is Revealed

Updated: 12/22/2004 - The Bible says a star carried a message from God. In the book of Matthew, the three wise men followed the star of Bethlehem to the manger where Jesus was born. But, is this tale a legend manufactured by the early church or really a miracle?

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Financial Aid Applications

Posted: 12/22/2004 - Over ten million students will be in need of some type of financial aid for college next year. But the saying, “the early bird catches the worm,” holds true when determining who gets awarded the money.

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Aggie Band and Cadets to Participate in Inauguration

Updated: 12/22/2004 - The Texas A&M University band and the Corps of Cadets' Ross Volunteers will represent the school in Washington next month when President George W. Bush is inaugurated for a second term.

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More Charges for Robbery Suspect

Updated: 12/22/2004 - The second suspect shot in Sunday's foiled robbery attempt is out of the hospital and behind bars.

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Local Soldiers Return

Updated: 12/22/2004 - The 420th Engineer Brigade received a hero's welcome during a parade through the twin cities. For one year and twelve days, local soldiers have been away from their families, but Wednesday, they came home.

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Military Probes Cause of Tent Blast

Updated: 12/22/2004 - U-S military officials say they're looking into whether a bomb was planted at the mess tent at a U-S base in Mosul, causing yesterday's deadly blast.

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Committee Looks at Reviving Crime Lab

Updated: 12/21/2004 - Most of the time, the Brazos Valley Regional Crime Lab in Grimes County sits empty. There's plenty of equipment, just no one to use it.

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Hostage Talks

Updated: 12/22/2004 - Thirty-eight-year-old Santo Domingo Reyes was one of the four hostages held at the Taqueria Arandas restaurant Sunday night after a failed robbery turned fatal. The two men entered the restaurant and started beating up two of Reyes' coworkers. One of the men pulled out a gun.

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New Information on Robbery Suspects

Updated: 12/21/2004 - New details are emerging about the two men involved in a botched robbery attempt in Bryan two days ago. Authorities say one was wanted by U.S. Marshals and was considered armed and dangerous.

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