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News 3 Investigates High B/CS Gas Prices

Updated: 08/19/2008 - As we promised, we are continuing to look into what's making gas prices in Bryan/College Station more expensive than elsewhere across the region.

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Pain at the Pump Worse in B/CS?

Updated: 08/18/2008 - We're all feeling the pain at the pump, but are we feeling it equally? If you've done any travelling in the past few weeks you may have noticed that outside Bryan/College Station prices at the pump are much lower, even in big cities like Houston, and Dallas.

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Texans Driving Less After Feeling The Fuel Price Pinch

Updated: 06/24/2008 - Altering driving habits to cope with record-high gas prices is nothing new to motorists here in the Lone Star State. Alternative transit routes are becoming a new trend In many Texas Cities, where transit and other commuter options are readily available.

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Gas Myth Busters

Updated: 05/26/2008 - It seems everybody has an idea on how to save gas. Some of those ideas are myths. Here are some ideas researched for the truth.

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Oil Executives Defend Size, Profits Before Senate

Posted: 05/21/2008 - Senators told oil executives Wednesday that high oil prices cannot be explained by supply and demand and the oil industry's concentration - and OPEC price collusion - is contributing to the costs facing consumers.

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New Bryan Plant to Turn Garbage Into Gas

Updated: 05/08/2008 - Bryan will soon be home to a new type of biofuel technology that could some day have a dramatic effect of the price you pay for fuel.

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A&M Student Convicted of Hacking University's Main Computer

Updated: 09/13/2007 - A Texas A&M graduate faces prison time for the computer breach earlier this year that compromised the information of thousands of students and staff. Luis Castillo was convicted Wednesday in Houston federal court of gaining unauthorized access to A&M's domain controller.

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KAMU-FM Celebrates Anniversary with HD Preview

Updated: 03/30/2007 - High definition technology is spreading beyond the TV and into radio. KAMU-FM, the National Public Radio affiliate licensed to Texas A&M University, previewed the first high definition technology for radio in the Bryan-College Station area.

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Sky Tran-CA

Posted: 10/27/2006 - Imagine moving around Southern California at one-hundred-miles-per-hour, eliminating gridlock.

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Cell Tower in Church Cross

Posted: 10/27/2006 - It's common knowledge that cell phone antennas are hidden inside such things as chimneys and trees so they're not unsightly.

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Phone Booths Phase Out

Posted: 10/27/2006 - Traditional phone booths are disappearing across the country and people in Henderson, North Carolina spoke out on Wednesday (7/28) about the technological change.

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New Cheaper TV Phones

Posted: 10/27/2006 - NTT East and NTT West (Japanese Telephone Companies), will soon launch a full-scale IP TV phone for their subscribers, providing users with better images, easier access and lower prices.

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Cloning Research in Britian

Posted: 10/27/2006 - British scientists said on Wednesday (August 11) they had received permission to clone human embryos for medical research, in what they believe to be the first such licence to be granted in Europe.

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Mars Rover News

Posted: 10/27/2006 - The Mars rovers continue to send back intriguing new photos and scientific data from the Red Planet, but they are showing signs of "aches and pains" as they pass their two hundred day mark, more than twice their expected life expectancy.

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Satellite Launch

Posted: 10/27/2006 - China on Sunday launched a satellite that will carry out land surveying and other scientific projects for several days before returning to Earth, government media reported.

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University of Minnesota Project on Genesis

Posted: 10/27/2006 - A project designed by the University of Minnesota Twin Cities was on board the Genesis space capsule that crashed in a Utah desert.

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Welfare Computer Company

Posted: 10/27/2006 - Despite the installation of new processors over the weekend, state computers used to process welfare benefits still are not working properly.

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Hollywood Steps Into DVD Format Fight

Posted: 10/27/2006 - Three top Hollywood studios are throwing their considerable weight behind one of two competing formats for the next generation of DVDs, citing in part the need to stem piracy.

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'Ringback' Tones May Be Next Big Thing

Posted: 10/27/2006 - Ring tones are so yesterday. If wireless companies have their way, the next multibillion-dollar surprise in the cellular business will be "Ringback" tones.

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AOL Creates Own Browsing Software

Posted: 10/27/2006 - As part of its reincarnation, America Online Inc. is creating its own software for browsing the Web and playing movies and songs. It's a question of staying relevant in an increasingly broadband world.

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Apple Unveils Low-Cost Mac, Tiny IPod

Posted: 10/27/2006 - Seeking to make inroads against lower-cost competitors, Apple Computer Inc. introduced a cut-rate computer the size of a paperback and a tiny iPod that starts at $99 but holds far fewer songs than the company's hard drive-based music players.

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