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Billboard Draws Mixed Reactions

Posted: 07/23/2006 - Motorists passing the intersection of Briarcrest and HWY 6 can't help but be reminded of the immigration controversy. It's where a billboard reading Stop the Invasion Secure our borders stands.

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Leon County Residents Taking Water Concerns to Source

Posted: 07/22/2006 - Leon County residents on the Flo Community Water System are coming together for a community meeting. The company says a leak in a water line is to blame for resident being without water for close to a week.

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Traffic Stop Lands Man in Milam County Jail

Posted: 07/22/2006 - A Fort Worth man is in Milam County Jail, charged with drug possession. Authorities stopped Brian Gray, 35, on a traffic stop in Cameron. A search of his vehicle turned up two bags of amphetamine tablets, and six vials of steroids.

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BV African American Museum Opens Its Doors

Updated: 07/22/2006 - Close to a thousand people came out Saturday for the opening of the Brazos Valley African American Museum. The event featured music and a host of notable speakers as part of the program. There was also a surprise visit from the museum founder.

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Convicted Murderer Gets 75 Years

Posted: 07/21/2006 - The jury only took a few hours to sentence a Bryan man accused of murder to 75 years behind bars. Michael Lopez was convicted of a June 2005 murder.

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Evening Outage Leaves 1100 Powerless

Posted: 07/21/2006 - The power is back on for around 1100 BTU customers near 2818 and Villa Maria. An electrical component at a substation failed around 5:30pm Friday evening.

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Candidates for CS Superintendent TBD

Posted: 07/21/2006 - Finalists for the open spot at the top of College Station's school district could be named Tuesday. The school board has called a special meeting on that night to considering the candidates for superintendent job.

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Day-Flying Mosquitoes Test for West Nile

Posted: 07/21/2006 - There's a new twist on the West Nile outbreak in Brazos County. With a pair of new locations in the Twin Cities testing positive, there's also a new carrier.

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Brazos County Inmate Attacks Fellow Prisoner

Posted: 07/21/2006 - A jailhouse brawl has landed a Brazos County inmate in more hot water. Donald Howard is accused of stabbing another prisoner several times. According to witnesses, Howard became angry when the other inmate repeatedly asked for a sheet of paper.

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Second CS Hotel Robbed

Updated: 07/21/2006 - For the second time in three weeks, a hotel on University Drive has been robbed at gunpoint. Authorities say a black male wearing a clown mask entered the Homewood Suites hotel just after 3:30am Friday morning.

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African American Museum Set to Open

Posted: 07/21/2006 - After years of planning and hard work, the new African American Museum is just about ready for its big debut. The grand opening and dedication ceremony is Saturday.

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TEEX Donates to Phoebe's Home

Posted: 07/21/2006 - The Texas Engineering Extension Service or TEEX extended a helping hand. The agency donated over 10,000 toiletry items to Phoebe's Home, a local domestic violence shelter.

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Bryan Man Dies in Overpass Accident

Updated: 07/21/2006 - A fatal one car accident occurred on Highway 6 and Old San Antonio Road on Friday. It happened around 10 a.m. at the Brazos and Robertson County line.

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600 Pound Shark Caught off Port Aransas

Posted: 07/21/2006 - A big shark turned into a huge feast for some folks along the Texas coast. The "silky" shark was caught in the Gulf of Mexico, about 30 miles off Port Aransas.

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Three More Charged in SW Airlines Ticket Scam

Posted: 07/21/2006 - Ten people have now been accused in an alleged conspiracy to steal tickets from Southwest Airlines. A federal grand jury has indicted a woman and two more men -- including two Bexar County law officers.

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Twelve-year-old Crashes Truck, Kills Two

Posted: 07/21/2006 - Police say two 12-year-old boys were killed when the truck one of them was driving hit a tree. Police believe the driver of the truck, Justin Dieckman, sneaked out of his parents' house in Spring and picked up four friends for a ride.

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Evacuations from Lebanon Ramp Up

Posted: 07/21/2006 - By Navy vessel, helicopter, even a Saudi-owned ship, the US is picking up the pace of evacuating Americans from Lebanon. US officials hope to take out nearly five-thousand Americans today, ten days into the Israeli air bombardment.

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CS Council Denies Rezoning Request

Posted: 07/21/2006 - College Station's city council deliberated into the early morning hours, and in a 4-3 vote, decided against rezoning 50 acres at Rock Prairie and Highway 6, land that would have likely included a Super Wal-Mart.

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Local Rabbi Talks About Middle East Visits

Posted: 07/20/2006 - The U.S. military continues to work on getting American citizens out of the worn torn region in the Middle East. A local Rabbi who recalls the times Americans were flocking to Lebanon to vacation and sight see.

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Man Recovering from Overpass Accident

Posted: 07/20/2006 - A local man is recovering after he drove his truck into an overpass retaining wall. Police say Patrick Dorman was driving north on Highway 6, when he lost control of his pickup, went off the freeway and landed on Harvey Road.

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CBS Early Show Arrives in Central Texas

Updated: 07/20/2006 - The CBS Early Show is coming to the Brazos Valley. The show will broadcast live from downtown Waco Friday morning as part of "Great American Vacation" tour. Meteorologist Dave Price will be there to give a deserving viewer a summer vacation.

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Lopez Found Guilty of Murder

Posted: 07/20/2006 - A Brazos County jury took less than two hours to find a Bryan man guilty of murder. Michael Anthony Lopez, 20, was convicted on charges of murder and two counts of burglary of a habitation.

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Heat Related Illnesses

Updated: 01/10/2007 - The weather is heating up, and when temperatures increase so does the risk of heat related illnesses. Heat exhaustion and heat stroke are two of the leading injuries during summer months and both can have detrimental effects.

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Two More Locations Test for West Nile

Posted: 07/20/2006 - The West Nile situation in Brazos County continues to worsen. Two more mosquito pools have tested positive. Mosquitoes collected back on July 11th tested positive for the disease in those two locations.

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Memorial Service to be Held at Carousel Acres

Posted: 07/20/2006 - A memorial service has been scheduled for the horses that died at a local equestrian center. At 7:30 Saturday night, Carousel Acres will host the service in the pasture where some of the horses are buried. The equestrian center is located at 5200 Koppe Bridge Road in College Station.

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