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College Station Campaign Conflicts

Updated: 04/21/2005 - A Campaign mailer may land one College Station City Council candidate in legal trouble.The mailer was sent to 3 thousand eligible voters. In the flyer Place 5 Candidate Justin Whitworth attacks Ron Gay, who is running for Place 3.

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Capital Murder Trial Continues

Updated: 04/21/2005 - The capital murder trial of James David White -- accused of killing a long-time family friend Lonnie Turner Senior-- continued today.

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Gays Could Be Banned From Foster Parenting

Updated: 04/21/2005 - The Texas House passed a bill which would make it impossible for homosexual and bisexual parents to foster children. Further, the bill requires current foster parents who are gay to give their foster children back.

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Huntsville Mayor Candidates Debate Over Issues

Updated: 04/20/2005 - The mayoral race in Huntsville is getting closer and could go to anyone. No incumbent after the city's former mayor resigned. One former and two current councilmembers, an architect and a professor are all vying for the city's leading position.

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Giddings, A College Town?

Updated: 04/20/2005 - An Austin Lutheran College may pull up roots and come to the Brazos Valley.

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Teens Accused of Murder

Updated: 04/20/2005 - Two teens are jailed on murder charges in Conroe. The pair is accused of gunning down a 19 year old outside a birthday party.

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State Calls First Witness in Capital Murder Trial

Updated: 04/20/2005 - The trial against accused murderer James David White is underway and the Prosecution is unfolding a complex story of greed and jealousy. But will it be enough to convince a second jury?

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Lawsuit Against U.S. Dept. of Education

Updated: 04/20/2005 - A South Texas school district and the nation's largest teachers union say the federal government should fork over the funds they say are needed to meet the requirements of No Child Left Behind.

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Keeping Kids Safe From Sex Offenders

Updated: 04/20/2005 - After the murder confessions of two convicted sex offenders in Florida, lawmakers there are working on harsher punishments for sex offenders. Parents across the nation are now wondering what can be done to keep their children safe.

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Roads in Disaster Lead to B/CS

Posted: 04/19/2005 - The twin cities are prepared to host thousands of gulf coast residents, but officials hope they don't come under tragic circumstances. There are now updated state plans for possible refugee citizens from the south.

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Hearne Burglary Numbers Increasing

Updated: 04/19/2005 - The unusually large number of break-ins has the attention of Hearne police and residents. But even more alarming, the numbers are increasing.

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Scotty's House

Updated: 04/19/2005 - According to Child Protective Services, more than a thousand Brazos Valley children were abused last year. And those who track the stats say the problem is getting worse.

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Salvation Army Gets 'Armed'

Updated: 04/19/2005 - The Salvation Army is calling in reinforcements to help stop crooks in their tracks. Four new surveillance cameras were donated by a MicroAge.

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Jury Selected in Capital Murder Case

Updated: 04/19/2005 - A second jury will take its turn in hearing the case against suspected murderer David White. After two days of jury selection, a six-man, six-woman jury are now set to hear opening arguments.

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Early Voting Begins Wednesday

Updated: 04/18/2005 - If you don't want to wait until May 7th to vote in the Bryan or College Station elections, you can cast your vote early in both cities starting Wednesday.

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Let the City Debates Begin

Updated: 04/19/2005 - The May elections are just around the corner, but the candidates spoke out Monday night. Seven candidates running for Bryan and College Station's city councils stated their opinions during a live radio broadcast.

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Corporal Punishment

Updated: 04/19/2005 - How do you choose to discipline your child? Time out, taking away privileges, or spanking? One Texas Representative wants to protect parents who decide corporal punishment is the best way to keep their kids in line.

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Double Execution Set for Wednesday

Updated: 04/18/2005 - Two executions are set for Wednesday night at the Walls Unit in Huntsville. The double execution would be the first in the state since August 2000 if it is carried out as scheduled.

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A&M's Laredo Affiliate Gets Major Donation

Updated: 10/28/2006 - A trust has donated $10 million to Texas A&M International University. That marks the largest cash gift in the school's 10-year history. The money, donated by the Lamar Bruni Vergara Trust, will support scholarships and internships for the university's graduate students.

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Delay's Critic May Become Perry's Opponent

Updated: 04/18/2005 - The man who has taken on House Majority Leader Tom Delay -- and who may take on Governor Rick Perry in the upcoming election -- threw a verbal jab at the embattled Delay at a College Station speech Sunday night.

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Soldiers Give "The Sling" a Fling in Iraq

Updated: 04/18/2005 - One Bryan resident has made a sizeable impact in the war in Iraq. His efforts to help out a friend in need have turned into a business endeavor that's helping hundreds of soldiers.

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