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Chilifest: Big Crowd, Zero Accidents

Updated: 04/04/2005 - More than 32,000 people spent their weekend in Snook. Chilifest has become an Aggie tradition with plenty of food, music and beer.

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Crowds Begin Paying Last Respects to Pope

Updated: 04/04/2005 - The body of Pope John Paul II was borne solemnly into St. Peter's Basilica where thousands of pilgrims began paying their last respects Monday, four days before he is entombed in a grotto below, where pontiffs through the ages have been laid to rest.
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Mixer Crashes Into Home, Driver Dies

Updated: 04/03/2005 - An unbelievable site in Navasota Saturday after a cement truck comes apart and slams into a home in the city limits. One man was killed in the bizarre accident.

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International Student Outreach One Snap at a Time

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Texas A&M faced major criticism last year after an explosion rocked international student housing. The university is renewing its commitment to those students through some of their most hallowed traditions.

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Local Catholic Leaders Are Praying for the Pope

Updated: 04/01/2005 - Local Catholics took time out to pray for their leader. Father Dean of St. Thomas says the pontiff has been ill for many years and says he's been a prime example for the Roman Catholic Church.

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College Station Names New Fire Chief

Updated: 04/01/2005 - Robert "R. B." Alley, District Fire Chief in Virginia Beach, Virginia, has been selected to head the College Station Fire Department.

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Legacy of Tejano Singer Lives On...Ten Years Later

Updated: 03/31/2005 - Selena was Tejano music's brightest hope for the future. Had she lived, she might well have been the first international superstar to come out of the Tejano market. A vivacious entertainer who could sing any style of music...her potential was unlimited.

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Madisonville Man Saves Nephew's Life

Updated: 04/01/2005 - One Madisonville man dropped everything, traveled thousands of miles across the country, and donated part of his liver to save his nephew's life.

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Chilifest Is Here

Updated: 03/31/2005 - About this time every year, the small town of Snook is inundated with Chili and country music. Chilifest 2005 begins Friday with a chili cook-off and the main event is on Saturday.

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Letter Stirs Up Election Controversy

Updated: 03/31/2005 - Hearne has yet another election scandal brewing. But what some call election intimidation may not be breaking the law.

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Citigroup Completes Acquisition of First American Bank

Updated: 03/31/2005 - Citigroup successfully completed its acquisition of First American Bank in Bryan Thursday. In the closing transaction, Citigroup purchased all of the outstanding common stock of First American Bank.

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Conservatives Conduct Mock Marriage in Protest of GAW

Updated: 03/30/2005 - A mock wedding turned into a political protest on both sides of the gay marriage issue. Wednesday, a student group protesting Gay Awareness Week at Texas A&M quickly turned into the target of protest themselves.

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Is Your Child Safe Anywhere?

Updated: 03/30/2005 - Is any place safe for a child anymore? That's the question many parents are wondering after a former Boy Scout official is charged with distributing child pornography. News 3 spoke with local youth leaders about the issue.

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Conroe Woman Arrested For Mother's Murder

Updated: 03/30/2005 - Montgomery County Detectives say a Conroe woman has confessed to killing her mother and dumping her body on the side of the road. The daughter and a neighbor are charged with the crime but are there more suspects?

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Airlift Services May Come To Bryan

Updated: 03/30/2005 - In case of an emergency, patients may not have to wait as long for a helicopter transport to the hospital.

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Gas Prices Could Be Here For Awhile

Updated: 03/29/2005 - The Energy Department says the price of gas jumped more than four cents last week to an average of $2.15 per gallon.

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Cyber Safety Web Site

Updated: 03/29/2005 - Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott paid a visit to College Station Tuesday. He met with students at Rock Prairie Elementary to introduce them to a new web page designed to warn kids about the dangers lurking on the Internet.

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St. Joseph Health System Names CEO and President

Updated: 03/29/2005 - St. Joseph Regional Health Center CEO Jack Buckley, Jr., FACHE has been appointed to serve as the next President and CEO of St. Joseph Health System based in Bryan.

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E-volving Filing Making Tax Season Easier

Updated: 03/29/2005 - Are you procrastinating on your taxes? If so, you're definitely not alone, but thanks to new technologies, getting your forms in before or on April 15th isn't as big a pain.

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Amnesty Period

Updated: 03/28/2005 - If you've been hiding from the law, now is the time to take care of any outstanding warrants you may have. A warrant amnesty period is scheduled for next Monday, April 4 through the 15th, for Bryan, College Station and Brazos County.

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Bryan Library Fire... 10 Years Later

Updated: 03/28/2005 - It was an incident that changed a city. Monday March 28 is the tenth anniversary of the Bryan Library fire. Police say arsonists set the fire out of retaliation against the city, but it did nothing more than bring the city together.

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Citizen's Shelter Board Delayed

Updated: 03/28/2005 - Months ago the Brazos Animal Shelter Board was expected to shift power from elected officials to appointed citizens. But there's been no change.

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