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Fmr. Walker County Sheriff Dies

Updated: 05/17/2006 - The law enforcement community and Walker County residents are mourning the loss of a former sheriff. Victor Graham, 65, died of cancer Sunday. He was sheriff from 1999 to 2004.

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Aggie Killed in Combat

Updated: 10/28/2006 - An Aggie helicopter pilot is dead after being shot down over Iraq. Captain Matt Worrell, a member of the US Army 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment was killed while providing close air support for soldiers on the ground.

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Consol Senior Receives High Marks

Posted: 05/16/2006 - A $5,000 scholarship is now in the hands of one of America's smartest -- an A&M Consol senior. Jessica Wang received the award from the Siemens Foundation Tuesday evening.

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From the Corps XI: Blake Pellerin

Updated: 08/04/2007 - Blake Pellerin recently spent a month with Team USA Rugby competing in the Under-19 World Championships. As a freshman, he's already making a big impact on the Aggie Rugby program. But the experience of being an A&M cadet has just begun.

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Brazos County EOC Could Move During Major Events

Posted: 05/16/2006 - The Brazos County Emergency Operations Center may have a new home during major events. Chuck Frazier, the Emergency Operations Coordinator, said during a Brazos County Commissioners workshop Tuesday morning, an emergency operations committee said they wanted to move operations to College Station when necessary.

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Noland Found Guilty of Murder

Updated: 05/17/2006 - The jury has spoken in the murder trial of a 20-year-old accused of killing a Navy serviceman outside the Texas Renaissance Festival. After weeks of testimony, a Grimes County jury began deliberating the fate of Brent Noland.

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These Germs Might Be on Your Money

Updated: 05/17/2006 - We all know to wash our hand before a meal, but we don't always wash our hands after touching money. But should we? Is there enough bacteria being passed around on money to make us sick?

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Teachers React to School Finance Plan

Updated: 05/17/2006 - Law makers believe they've successfully come up with a solution to fix the state's school finance problem. But others say it still doesn't address the funding needs of schools.

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District Mulls 'No-Pass, No-Attend' Rule

Posted: 05/16/2006 - Educators and parents in DeSoto are considering a rule that would prohibit students who fail classes from attending extracurricular activities as spectators. Some supporters of the proposal in DeSoto say the policy would spur students to be more diligent in their studies.

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A Temporary Halt to Texas Executions?

Updated: 05/16/2006 - A state appeals court stay of an execution scheduled for Tuesday night may have put at least a temporary lock on the nation's busiest execution chamber. Lawyers argue that the lethal injection drugs may cause pain to the convicted killer.

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Mixed Reaction to Border Security Plan

Posted: 05/16/2006 - Some migrants say President Bush's decision to put up to six-thousand troops along the US border won't deter them from trying to sneak across the Rio Grande. But, a spokesman for Vicente Fox says the Mexican president respects Bush's plan.

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School Finance in Governor's Hands

Posted: 05/16/2006 - The Legislature's answer to the state's school finance crisis now rests with Governor Rick Perry. The Legislature adjourned yesterday after a 30-day special session called in response to a Texas Supreme Court order to fix the unconstitutional system by June First.

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Bryan Police Search for Shooter

Posted: 05/15/2006 - Bryan Police are investigating a shooting that left a Calvert man injured. It happened around 3:30 Sunday morning in the 900 block of Texas Avenue just north of the Whataburger.

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Davis Asks For Inquiry into Asst. DA

Updated: 05/16/2006 - District Court Judge Rick Davis has once again asked that Brazos County's District Attorney's office be investigated. Davis writes that Assistant DA Shane Phelps obstructed justice, oppressed a grand jury and abused his power.

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Midnight Medicare Deadline

Posted: 05/15/2006 - People 65 and older have until midnight, Monday to sign up for the new Medicare prescription drug program. If seniors miss the deadline, they will face penalties.

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Missing Houston Woman Found Dead

Posted: 05/15/2006 - The search is over for a missing Houston grandmother. 92-year-old Dorothy Bonnewitz was last heard from last Friday when she left her home in Houston headed for Jewett.

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How Dirty Is Your Money?

Updated: 05/16/2006 - Most of you know right now how much money is your purse or wallet. But what you may not know is how many germs are lurking on your bills and coins.

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State and Defense Rest in Noland Trial

Updated: 05/16/2006 - The state and defense rested Monday afternoon in the Texas Renaissance Festival murder trial. And Brent Noland, the man the prosecution says is responsible for stabbing to death U.S. Navy servicemen Brandon Smith, may know his fate as soon as Tuesday.

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Hearne Man Sentenced in A&M Dorm Assault Case

Posted: 05/15/2006 - A Hearne man who pled guilty to breaking into a Texas A&M dorm room and threatening to rape a student at gunpoint has been sentenced to 17 years in prison. Christopher Montelongo, 41, was sentenced Monday to 17 years for two counts of burglary of a habitation with the intent to commit a sexual offense and one count of burglary of a habitation. The sentences will run concurrently.

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Court Stops Execution

Updated: 05/15/2006 - The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals Monday stopped this week's scheduled execution of a Houston gang member. Derrick Sean O'Brien had faced lethal injection Tuesday over the 1993 torture-slayings of two girls in Houston.

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Tuition Bonds

Posted: 05/15/2006 - Texas universities could fund one-point-eight (B) billion dollars in new classrooms, research and medical and performing arts centers under newly Senate-approved legislation. It would allow the schools to issue bonds to be repaid with future tuition.

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Enron's Closing Arguments

Posted: 05/15/2006 - Closing arguments begin today in Houston in the fraud and conspiracy trial of Enron founder Kenneth Lay and former Chief Executive Jeffrey Skilling. Prosecutors and the defense teams have six hours each to boil down the highlights of 54 witnesses, mountains of documents and hours of video and audiotapes.

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Texas Storms

Posted: 05/15/2006 - A strong line of storms brought flash flooding, power outages and wind damage to parts of the state. Four people were treated for minor injuries and released yesterday after a flood rescue in the small town of Hewitt, south of Waco.

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President to Speak on Immigration

Posted: 05/15/2006 - President Bush tonight will call for deployment of National Guard troops to help seal America's border with Mexico. Aides say the president wants thousands of guard troops to back up the Border Patrol.

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Lightning Causes Robertson County Explosion

Posted: 05/14/2006 - Firefighters from seven Robertson County departments and three departments in other counties spent Sunday afternoon fighting a tank explosion north of Franklin. It happened on F.M. 979 about six miles north of Franklin, near F.M. 2293.

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