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Berger Still Missing as Investigation Continues

Updated: 05/02/2005 - The search continues for a woman missing since Thursday. The 58-year-old Bryan resident placed a cell phone call from the road that day, but the call is one of the few leads in this case.

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City Employee Run Over, Man Flees

Updated: 05/01/2005 - A city of College Station worker is recovering after being run over by a hit and run driver early Sunday morning, and the suspect is in jail following a dramatic chase.

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Bryan Woman Reported Missing

Updated: 05/01/2005 - Bryan Police are asking for help in finding a woman who has been missing since Thursday. Euna Berger was last seen in Grimes County along Highway 30.

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Mother Crashes Through Fence, Pond; Dies

Updated: 04/30/2005 - A mother is killed in an accident in Robertson County. Her five-year-old son was in the pickup and witnessed his mother's horrific death. The accident may have been caused by Saturday morning's wet weather.

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A&M Student Killed, Eight Injured on Hwy. 6

Updated: 10/28/2006 - An Aggie is dead and all the members of a family of eight are injured after an accident along Highway 6 Friday. The two-car collision shut down traffic between Navasota and the Twin Cities.

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Cadets March to the Brazos

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Around 1,700 Texas A&M cadets took a casual stroll down down Highway 60 Saturday. The 29th annual March to the Brazos got underway early in the morning despite the rainy, windy conditions.

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Remark Sparks Backlash

Updated: 04/30/2005 - A remark interpreted by some as a slam on Bryan schools has created a backlash against a College Station city council candidate.

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Recommendation Withdrawn

Updated: 04/29/2005 - A recommendation for a College Station City Council candidate is pulled.

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C.S. Fire Chief Giordano Retires

Updated: 04/29/2005 - College Station says goodbye to its long time fire chief. Chief David Giordano is closing the book on a nearly 30 year career.

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Friends Implicated in Navasota Murder

Updated: 04/29/2005 - Friday was a turning point in the state's case. Two of James David White's best friends testified they picked him up the night of Lonnie Turner Senior's murder around 10:45.

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City Center Questions Await Answers

Updated: 04/28/2005 - College Station City Council members' questions about the new city center will have to wait after the discussion is tabled because of unforseen issues.

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Teens and Summer Jobs

Updated: 04/28/2005 - As the end of school nears and with summer fast approaching, many teens will be looking for summer jobs to make some cash. But there are laws that parents and teens need to be aware of before they report to work.

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Lottery Tickets Could Be Available Online

Updated: 04/28/2005 - More than 500 lottery tickets are sold at the Calvert convenience store every day, people hoping to get lucky from a scratch off or quick pick. But what if you had the chance to play the lottery online?

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Murder Victim's Son Takes the Stand

Updated: 04/28/2005 - Prosecutors in the James David White Capital Murder trial put their star witness on the stand Thursday. Lonnie Turner Junior testified against the man accused of killing his father Lonnie Turner Senior at their Navasota home in 2002.

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ACLU Pretrial

Updated: 04/28/2005 - Lawyers in the civil law suit against Robertson County Officials met in court Thursday for their first crack at the case. Defendants include District Attorney John Paschall, the county and several members of a drug task force accused of targeting innocent black residents of Hearne.

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Gay vs. Wareing

Updated: 04/28/2005 - A war of words over the airwaves Thursday as two College Station city council hopefuls squared off. Ron Gay and incumbent Robert Wareing pulled no punches as they hammered each other over the city's spending, dirty politics and of all things the city of Bryan.

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Texas A&M Clones a Horse

Updated: 10/28/2006 - First it was CC the cat, then a cow, a goat, a pig and lastly a deer. Now Texas A&M University will add another animal to the list of its' clones, a horse.

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The ''New'' Hawgs of Texas Rally

Updated: 04/27/2005 - A new brand of bad is heading to Lake Somerville. But not too bad. The Hawgs of Texas Motorcycle Rally is planning to clean up an event that in the past has been a little too rowdy.

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Shattered Dreams

Updated: 04/27/2005 - It was a staged event, but the scenario could and does really happen. Shattered Dreams, a program which re-creates the effects of drinking and driving, was staged at Bryan High Wednesday.

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Davis Gets Court Date

Updated: 04/27/2005 - A hearing has been set to decide whether a local judge will be forced to step aside from a high profile capital murder trial. Judge Rick Davis refused to recuse himself when Brazos County District Attorney Bill Turner filed a motion for him to do so.

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Social Security Debate Rages Nationwide

Updated: 04/26/2005 - It's the hottest debate in Washington, and like the war in Iraq and gay marriage, this national issue is falling along party lines. One Texas A&M and Washington expert has his own take on the topic.

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Brazos County Trains for the Worst

Updated: 04/26/2005 - A prison riot is an unlikely threat to Brazos County Jails, but the potential is always there. That's why in 1998 the Sheriff's Office formed the Detention Response Team.

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Hawgs of Texas Rally

Updated: 04/26/2005 - A new motorcycle rally is gearing up to begin at Lake Somerville. Wednesday thru Sunday the Hawgs of Texas are sponsoring the rally.

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