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New Cameras Fill Security Holes

Updated: 12/21/2004 - It will be the first major improvement in security since the Brazos County Juvenile Detention Center was built eight years ago.

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Death Toll at 24 in Attack on Mosul Base

Updated: 12/21/2004 - An explosion ripped through a mess tent at a military base in Mosul where hundreds of U.S. soldiers had just sat down to lunch Tuesday, and officials said 24 people were killed and more than 60 wounded. A radical Muslim group, the Ansar al-Sunnah Army, claimed responsibility for the deadliest attack on a U.S. base in Iraq.

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U.S. Election Voted Top News Story of '04

Updated: 12/21/2004 - The Iraq war and terrorism dominated the 2004 list of top stories in an annual Associated Press survey, but it was President Bush´s election victory that editors and news directors chose as the biggest story of the year.

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Group Says FBI Ruse Used at Guantanamo

Posted: 12/21/2004 - The Pentagon is investigating new allegations by a civil liberties group that military interrogators at the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay posed as FBI agents while using abusive techniques to question detainees.

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Sixth Harry Potter Book Due Out in July

Updated: 12/21/2004 - The sixth novel in J.K. Rowling's blockbuster Harry Potter series, "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," will go on sale in Britain and the United States on July 16, publishers said Tuesday.

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Aleve Latest Drug to Draw Scrutiny

Updated: 12/21/2004 - An Alzheimer's disease prevention trial was suspended after researchers said there were more heart attacks and strokes among patients taking naproxen, an over-the-counter pain reliever in use for 28 years and commonly known under the brand name Aleve.

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Cingular Outage

Updated: 12/21/2004 - Cingular Wireless customers across Texas had problems with their service Monday.

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Looking for Salvation This Holiday

Updated: 12/21/2004 - For the third time, theives have hit the Brazos Valley Salvation Army. As police search for clues, the charity is trying to cope with losing money they were counting on.

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Details Continue to Emerge in Deadly Shootout

Updated: 12/20/2004 - It was a long evening for Bryan police Sunday. There were questions abound as to the number of suspects, the extent of the injuries, and the time it might take for this incident to come to a conclusion.

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TABC Says Yes to Ordinance

Posted: 12/20/2004 - College Station has the go ahead from the Texas Alcohol and Beverage Commission to pass an ordinance against open containers on the Northgate Promenade. Monday afternoon, the commissioners in Austin approved the city's petition to declare Northgate a central business district.

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Water Woes

Updated: 12/20/2004 - For almost a week, some College Station apartment residents have gone without water. Now, they say they're fed up and want to know why the problem hasn't been fixed.

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Jackson's Lawyers Seek Six-Week Delay

Updated: 12/20/2004 - Michael Jackson's lawyers went to court Monday to seek a six-week delay in his child molestation trial, saying they need the extra time to sort through 14,000 pages of evidence filed by prosecutors over the past two months.

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50 Suspects Detained in Najaf Bombing

Updated: 12/20/2004 - Thousands of mourners attended funerals Monday and Iraqi authorities detained 50 suspects in connection with an explosion in the Shiite holy city of Najaf that killed at least 54 people and wounded 142.

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Bush: Iraqi Troops Not Ready to Take Over

Updated: 12/20/2004 - President Bush pointedly acknowledged Monday that U.S.-trained Iraqi troops are not ready to take over their country's security, and cautioned that next month's elections there are only the beginning of a long process toward democracy.

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Kia Spectra Gets Worst Crash Test Rating

Updated: 12/20/2004 - The Kia Spectra is the first vehicle since 2001 to get the insurance industry's worst safety rating in a frontal crash test, according to results released Sunday.

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Local Impersonator a "Thriller" in New York

Updated: 12/20/2004 - Back in the 1980s, Michael Jackson changed the lexicon of America when he said that being "bad" was good. With that in mind, here's one man who is very "bad" at being the King of Pop, and how that has taken him to one of the nation's biggest stages.

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Salvation Army Broken Into Again

Posted: 12/19/2004 - For the third time since it moved to their new location on Cavitt Street in Bryan, the Brazos County Salvation Army was broken into, and anywhere from $10,000 to $15,000 was stolen.

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60 Years Later, Bulge Vets Honored

Updated: 12/19/2004 - Wearing their old uniforms, US veterans of the largest land battle in American history were honored. It was a windy, snowy day in Belgium, much like it was six decades ago.

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Billion Dollars Awarded in Spam Case

Updated: 12/19/2004 - Ten million spam e-mails each day was enough for one Internet service provider, who won what is believed to be a record judgment in his federal case against spammers.

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Bush Again Time's Person of the Year

Updated: 12/19/2004 - Because of his hard-fought election victory and his leadership in the war on terror, President Bush has been named Time magazine's Person of the Year for the second time.

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Holy Cities Feel Pre-Election Violence

Updated: 12/19/2004 - One of the most violent days in Iraq sees dozens killed in two separate car bombings, as well as a deadly ambush of election officials in Baghdad.

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Baby Survives Being Taken from Mother's Womb

Updated: 12/18/2004 - A Missouri baby cut out of her mother’s womb was found after a frantic search, and authorities arrested the woman they say strangled the mother and stole the child.

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"Chemical Ali" Questioned in Iraqi Trials

Updated: 12/18/2004 - Two of Saddam Hussein's top aides answered questions as criminal proceedings begin for the ousted leader's deputies. Also in Iraq, American contractors are injured in a roadside bombing.

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Trying to Keep from Toying with Young Ears

Updated: 12/17/2004 - As the holiday shopping season winds down, here's a story you may want to listen to. Some toys on the market could provide your kids hours of fun and years of hearing loss.

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