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Richards Admirers Pay Last Respects

Posted: 09/18/2006 - With a mixture of laughter and tears, but mostly laughter, former Gov. Ann Richards was remembered Monday for her deep love of Texas and her sense of fairness for all.

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Navasota Girl Killed in Accident

Posted: 09/18/2006 - An 11-year-old girl is dead after a one-vehicle accident on Highway Six this morning in Navasota. Police say the girl was riding with her parents and two siblings when their car hydroplaned and overturned in the center median north of Highway 105.

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Company Says its Organic Spinach Not to Blame

Posted: 09/18/2006 - A company linked to contaminated spinach says its organic spinach is not the source of deadly E. coli. Natural Selection Foods says federal and state health inspectors confirmed that through manufacturing codes from packages of spinach that infected patients turned over. All the codes came from non-organic spinach.

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Shuttle Getting Final Inspection for Damage

Posted: 09/18/2006 - One last inspection for Atlantis before the trip home. This is part of the post-Columbia accident routine for shuttles, as astronauts look for the kinds of cuts and tears that caused the fatal break-up in 2003.

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Memorial Service Today for Ann Richards

Updated: 09/18/2006 - A memorial service will be held Monday afternoon at the University of Texas for former Texas Governor Ann Richards. Among the scheduled speakers are Democratic Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York, former Dallas Mayor Ron Kirk, former San Antonio Mayor Henry Cisneros and syndicated columnist Liz Smith. A private burial is planned at the Texas State Cemetery.

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Kennedy Sister, Patricia Lawford Dies at 82

Posted: 09/18/2006 - Patricia Kennedy Lawford, the sister of President John F. Kennedy and wife of actor Peter Lawford, died at her New York home of complications of pneumonia on Sunday, according to a spokeswoman for Sen. Edward M. Kennedy. She was 82.

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County to Consider Expo Center Fees

Updated: 09/18/2006 - How much it will cost you to use the new Brazos County Expo Center could be decided Monday. County commissioners meet Monday morning. The only item on the agenda is a discussion of proposed fees for the Expo Center.

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Officials Investigating Fatal Fairground Fight

Updated: 09/18/2006 - A fight at a Robertson County rodeo has left one dead. Robertson County authorities say the fight broke out late Saturday night at the Robertson County Fairgrounds near Hearne, off of FM 485.

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Police: Bryan Man Killed in Hit and Run

Updated: 09/18/2006 - Police believe a Bryan man found dead on the side of Sandy Point Road is a victim of a hit and run. According to Bryan police a motorist spotted the body of Raymond Chambers, 53, around 7 a.m. Sunday morning in a ditch across from the Juvenile Correction Center.

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The CW Hits the Air

Updated: 09/18/2006 - Starting Monday, September 18, there will be a new television network you can watch in the Brazos Valley. That's when the CW Network makes its debut, replacing both UPN and The WB. It may be a new network, but you can still catch your favorite shows on the CW.

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Former Consol Player Among Four Dead in Hwy 6 Crash

Posted: 09/17/2006 - An investigation is underway after a gruesome accident that shut down Highway 6 for much of the day Friday. One of the victims is former A&M Consolidated offensive lineman Ed King. Three others are confirmed dead.

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Train Fire Rolls Into College Station

Updated: 09/17/2006 - A train fire in College Station had officials working into the evening. Around 9pm Saturday, authorities got word of one car on a train coming through College Station being on fire.

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Orchestra Celebrates 25 Years

Posted: 09/16/2006 - The Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra celebrated it's 25th year of beautiful music Saturday evening. The gala event featured dinner, dancing and some history.

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Children, Parents Spend "A Day for Kids"

Updated: 09/17/2006 - Boys and Girls Club of America has started a program to bring parents and their children closer together. The national effort is called "A Day for Kids." Saturday, clubs across the country hosted free events for parents and their children.

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Crew Hits Small Oil Pipeline

Updated: 09/17/2006 - A small oil spill in south Brazos County had crews rushing to the scene. It happened around 2:30pm Saturday at Navasota Ridge Road, just south of FM 159 off Highway 6.

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Hour-Long Car Chase Ends in Arrest

Updated: 09/18/2006 - A bizarre car chase had local authorities in pursuit of a suspect for about an hour. Juan Echeverria was suspected of driving under the influence on Highway 6 Friday night.

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Westlake Football Player Improving

Updated: 09/17/2006 - The Austin Westlake offensive lineman that collapsed Friday night is improving. Matt Nader collapsed on the sidelines during Friday night's game against A&M Consolidated. That game was suspended.

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Community Mourns Following Highway 6 Accident

Updated: 09/17/2006 - Authorities have confirmed that four people, including three local teens, died in the accident on Highway 6 Friday afternoon. The accident happened around 3 p.m. Friday a mile north of FM 2154 on Highway 6.

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Longtime Bryan Officer Retires

Updated: 09/18/2006 - After 26 years of putting on a blue uniform, a Bryan sergeant has turned in his badge. Colleagues and friends gathered Friday to honor the career of Sergeant Raymond Montoya.

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Ground Broken on Bryan's Rudder High School

Updated: 09/16/2006 - With a few turns of dirt, the Bryan school district marked a significant new beginning in its long history. A groundbreaking ceremony took place Friday morning at the site of the new Earl Rudder High School marking the ceremonial beginning of construction of the facility.

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Player Collapses; A&M Consol Game Suspended

Updated: 09/16/2006 - The A&M Consolidated - Austin Westlake football game has been suspended after a Westlake player collapsed. Matt Nader remained motionless on the field for several minutes while team physicians administered medical aid.

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Mother Blames Washington County Jail for Son's Illness

Updated: 09/16/2006 - Controversy is brewing in Washington County. A Brenham woman says her son was mistreated while serving time in the Washington County Jail. Katrell Lindsey, 18, is being treated for tuberculosis in Bryan. The Washington County Sheriff's Office refutes her claims.

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Emergency Network Meshes Voice, Video and Data

Posted: 09/15/2006 - A service now being used in Texas lets first responders communicate with each other in an emergency -- like a terror attack or natural disaster. It lets members of various departments and agencies talk to each other, even with different technologies -- such as two-way radio or cell phone.

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Bush Seeks Tools to Fight Terror

Posted: 09/15/2006 - President Bush says "it's a dangerous world" and efforts to resist his administration's counterterrorism tactics are based on "flawed logic."

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Waco Man Gets 50 Years for Prostitute Attack

Posted: 09/15/2006 - A Waco man has been sentenced to 50 years in prison for a brutal attack on a prostitute. Paris and his wife, Denise Riley Paris, were arrested in January for attacking a woman that police described as a "known prostitute."

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