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Winter Weather Keeps Emergency Crews Busy

Updated: 01/17/2007 - The winter weather continued to pound the Brazos Valley Tuesday. From freezing rain, to short bursts of snow, to icy roads. We have seen it all, and relief is still hours away.

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Convicted Cop Killer Faces Execution in Huntsville

Updated: 01/16/2007 - Death row inmate Johnathan Moore faces execution Wednesday in Huntsville over the 1995 slaying of a San Antonio policeman. The victim was 29-year-old Officer Fabian Dominguez.

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Perry Begins Another Term as Governor

Posted: 01/16/2007 - Governor Rick Perry and fellow Republican Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst took their oaths of office Tuesday in Austin. If Perry completes his new term, that would make him the longest-serving governor in state history.

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States to Fund Amtrak Service... with Help

Posted: 01/16/2007 - Texas is among 14 states that fund corridor service that Amtrak might not otherwise provide. Senators Frank Lautenberg of New Jersey and Trent Lott of Mississippi are expected to announce legislation today that would encourage more state investment in Amtrak by making federal matching funds available.

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Gov. Perry to be Sworn in for Second Full Term

Posted: 01/16/2007 - Governor Rick Perry's second full term is sure to get off to a chilly start today -- due to a lingering winter storm. Perry is scheduled to be sworn in during ceremonies on the south steps of the Texas Capitol. The inaugural theme is: "Texas: Imagine the Possibilities."

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Day of Giving

Posted: 01/15/2007 - It was a day off from work and school for many, but it was a day on for giving. Youth volunteers with the United Way used the day to help at several community agencies. A few high school students taught youngsters games at the Bryan VFW and others helped out at the Boys and Girls Club.

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Celebrating King's Dream

Updated: 01/15/2007 - Americans across the country Monday remembered Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for his role as a Civil Rights leader, political activist, minister, and for these famous words:

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Quick as a Cat, Bryan Firefighters Save Smoky Feline

Updated: 01/15/2007 - Bryan firefighters had a small house fire to deal with Monday afternoon, along with a small victim. An off-duty firefighter and his wife smelled smoke and eventually came upon the fire in the 500 block of Helena.

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Edwards Undergoes Successful Surgery

Updated: 01/15/2007 - District 17's voice in the US Congress was being repaired Monday morning. Congressman Chet Edwards had a successful two-hour surgery to remove a benign polyp from his larynx. Afterwards, he said he felt fine, and was grateful for support from well-wishers.

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Winter Weather Sweeps Through the Brazos Valley

Updated: 01/15/2007 - The winter weather has taken our area by storm. From freezing conditions to swelling creeks, winter was visible in Brazos County and beyond. Around noon Monday temperatures dropped below freezing, producing freezing rain and icy conditions.

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18-Wheeler Accident Injures One

Updated: 01/15/2007 - A Humble man was injured early Monday morning when the 18-wheeler he was driving overturned on Highway 6. According to the Department of Public Safety around 3:45 a.m. 59-year-old Rudolf Rodriguez was driving a Kroger semi truck on Highway 6 near Highway 159 when he misjudged an exit and turned too sharply.

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One Killed in Highway 6 Accident Near Hearne

Updated: 01/16/2007 - The roads may be getting treacherous, but authorities say weather is not to blame for a fatal accident south of Hearne Monday. DPS reports one person was killed and six were transported to St. Joseph with various injuries, some serious.

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Girl Killed while Trying to Help Dog

Posted: 01/15/2007 - A ten-year-old San Antonio girl has died after being attacked by her neighbor's dog. Amber Jones was attacked while trying to help the animal after it had gotten its collar caught on a chain link fence.

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Firefighters Making Progress in Mulch Fire

Posted: 01/15/2007 - Firefighters are making progress in trying to put out a mulch fire that's been burning for nearly three weeks at a recycling operation in Helotes. Firefighters dumped more than 600-thousand gallons of water on the blaze Saturday. They also began to break it apart with heavy equipment.

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Foul Play Not Suspected After Body Found in Bryan

Updated: 01/15/2007 - Some Bryan residents made a gruesome discovery Sunday morning. Police say a 56-year-old white male was found dead in the front yard of his home in the 2900 block of Stevens Street.

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MLK Holiday Means Some Area Offices Closed

Posted: 01/14/2007 - Just after many people enjoyed some varying days off during the Christmas holidays, it's time for another day off for some on Monday. Monday marks the official celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday.

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Convicted Border Patrol Agent Speaks Out

Posted: 01/14/2007 - EL PASO, Texas (AP) - One of two former Border Patrol agents convicted of shooting and wounding a drug smuggling suspect and then concealing the evidence says he's confident his appeal will be successful.

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North Texas Getting Brunt of Winter Weather

Posted: 01/14/2007 - DALLAS (AP) - Icy patches on roadways. Canceled airline flights, power outages and threats of flooding. Texans were dealing with all of it Sunday as a winter storm kept the state in its grasp.

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Jack Frost Blows into Brazos Valley

Updated: 01/15/2007 - Piles of icing rock lay ready to be spread across roads at the first sign of wintry conditions. TxDot said now they are just waiting on Old Man Winter himself.

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Severe Weather Keeps Emergency Crews Busy

Posted: 01/13/2007 - The weather changed rapidly across the Brazos Valley throughout the day Saturday. And one of the byproducts of bad weather is problems on area roads.

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Murder In Texas' Birthplace

Updated: 01/15/2007 - Washington County is known as the birthplace of Texas. Now it's the place of the latest homicide in the Brazos Valley.

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Corporations Foot Most of Inaugural Bill

Posted: 01/13/2007 - AUSTIN (AP) - Energy provider TXU and a Houston construction firm with a state contract to help build toll roads across Texas are among the companies paying most of the tab for Governor Rick Perry's inaugural celebration this week. Corporations will underwrite $1.4 million of the $2 million dollar event on Tuesday.

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Wintry Weather Wreaks Havoc Across Texas

Updated: 01/13/2007 - SAN MARCOS, Texas (AP) - Authorities say at least ten homes, several businesses and the San Marcos Police Department's headquarters have been damaged in a powerful storm this morning. It's part of a large weather system that's bringing flooding rains to the Austin area and icy conditions to parts of North Texas.

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