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Thirty Acres Burned in Robertson County

Updated: 12/14/2004 - Nearly thirty acres of land was destroyed in Robertson County after a brush fire Tuesday morning. It happened on FM 1940, five miles south of New Baden around 11 o'clock.

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Space Heater Blamed For Bryan House Fire

Updated: 12/14/2004 - A family of four is homeless after fire destroyed their home Tuesday morning. It happened around 11 o'clock on McCulloch, just off Highway 21 in Bryan.

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Bombers Strike Baghdad's Green Zone Again

Updated: 12/14/2004 - A suicide car bomber killed seven people when he struck a checkpoint at Baghdad's Green Zone early Tuesday, the second attack in two days at the district that houses Iraq's interim government and the U.S. Embassy, officials said.

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U.S. Trade Deficit Swells to Record $55.5B

Updated: 12/14/2004 - America's trade deficit swelled to an all-time high of $55.5 billion in October as imports — including those from China — surged to the loftiest levels on record. Skyrocketing crude-oil prices also contributed to the yawning trade gap.

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Drivers Fill Up on Cheaper Gas

Updated: 12/14/2004 - Notice the price at Brazos Valley pumps lately? Drivers are happy that they're getting more for less out on the roads.

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Twin City Provides Warm Shelter

Updated: 12/14/2004 - Twin City Missions Shelter is preparing for a full house these next few days with the cold temperatures headed our way. And with the expected freezing temperatures over the next few days, the shelter will be having its hands full, but it's fully prepared.

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Shelf Talkers

Updated: 12/14/2004 - For many Brazos Valley families, putting food on their tables this holiday season isn't a luxury, it's a challenge.

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Flu Shots: Shortage or Surplus?

Updated: 12/14/2004 - After a nationwide scare, there are now conflicting stories about a shortage of the flu vaccine.

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Iraqi Leader Criticizes U.S.-Led Coalition

Updated: 12/13/2004 - Iraq's interim President Ghazi al-Yawer warned in an interview published Monday that long-term instability and violence in his country could create the conditions for an "Iraqi Hitler" to emerge.

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Peterson Jury Recommends Death

Updated: 12/13/2004 - A jury decided Monday that Scott Peterson should be executed for murdering his pregnant wife, Laci, whose Christmas Eve disappearance two years ago was the opening act in a legal drama that captivated the nation.

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Parolees Say They're Targets

Updated: 12/13/2004 - Texas parolees are criticizing a state policy that forces some of them to undergo sex-offender treatment although they've never been convicted of a sex crime.

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Three People Dead in North Texas

Updated: 12/13/2004 - A triple shooting has left one Panhandle man dead and two others wounded -- including a state game warden.

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Feeding Families for Two Decades

Updated: 12/13/2004 - The Brazos Food Bank is in its fourth building now. Each time it's moved, it's because more space was needed. But its growth is not solely measurable in square feet.

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Reports: NASA's Chief Going Back to School

Updated: 12/12/2004 - The head of the nation's space agency is looking to become the chancellor of a major university. There are reports he could step down as early as Monday.

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"Bum" Bright Dies

Updated: 12/13/2004 - The former chairman of Texas A&M's Board of Regents and owner of the Dallas Cowboys died Saturday after battling a long illness. He was 84.

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Child's Prints Found on Jackson's Porn

Updated: 12/13/2004 - Magazines found at pop star Michael's Jackson's ranch last year have fingerprints on them from both Jackson and the child accusing him of molestation.

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Navasota School Improvements Okayed By Voters

Updated: 12/12/2004 - Navasota ISD's three separate bond proposals were all accepted by voters Saturday night. Just three months ago, voters rejected the $25 million proposals when they were packaged together.

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A Saving Grace for Hungry Residents

Posted: 12/11/2004 - Without the Brazos Food Bank, the Brazos Church Pantry wouldn't be able to help thousands of residents get food on their tables.

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Leather-Clad Love for Needy Families

Posted: 12/11/2004 - Some Bryan and College Station neighborhoods looked more like Sturgis, South Dakota, in the summer. But when these particular motorcycles invaded this morning, there were nothing but smiles for those around them.

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Bush "Fit for Duty"

Updated: 12/11/2004 - Despite his physical being delayed due to his heavy travel schedule, President Bush has a clean bill of health from a team of doctors.

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