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Making Your Home Safe When Rita Visits

Updated: 09/22/2005 - Preparing your home for the winds and rain of Hurricane Rita is crucial. However dangerous the storm ends up, there is still the chance for structural damage.

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New West Nile Cases Include Human

Updated: 09/22/2005 - West Nile continues to rear its ugly head in Brazos County. Mosquitoes, a bird, and the second human of the season have been infected with the disease.

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Hurricane Rita Similar to Carla

Updated: 09/23/2005 - It is still hard to say what effects Rita will have on the Brazos Valley. A similar storm more than 40 years ago is offering forecasters an idea of what may happen.

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Accused Mental Health Patient Committed

Updated: 09/21/2005 - An 18 year old accused of attacking an elderly Bryan woman is incompetent to stand trial. That's according to a court-appointed mental health expert.

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Rita Nears the Texas Coast

Updated: 09/22/2005 - Traffic came to a standstill and gas shortages were reported Thursday as hundreds of thousands of people in the Houston metropolitan area rushed to get out of the path of Hurricane Rita, a monster storm with 165 mph winds.

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How to Prepare

Updated: 09/21/2005 - With the imminent arrival of Hurricane Rita, A&M Homeland Security expert Dave McIntyre has tips for famlies in the Brazos Valley.

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Grimes County Residents Rally Against I-69

Updated: 09/21/2005 - Hundreds in Grimes County rallied in front of the courthouse to show opposition to I-69 also known as the Trans Texas Corridor. A proposed interstate highway that could run through the county.

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Local Officials Prepare for Rita

Updated: 09/21/2005 - As Rita makes its way to the Texas Coast, Brazos County officials are making plans to deal with the storm. Local responders are counting on the lessons learned from Katrina to play a big role in preparing for this hurricane.

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Brazos County Approves Budget

Updated: 09/20/2005 - Brazos County Commissioners approved the county's budget and set the tax rate Tuesday.

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Texas Task Force 1 Prepares for Hurricane Rita

Updated: 09/20/2005 - Texas Task Force 1 demobilized its New Orleans search and rescue operations in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina on Tuesday and began preparing for Tropical Storm Rita.

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Response to Rita Set in Motion

Updated: 09/21/2005 - As soon as Wednesday, evacuees fleeing the Texas coast could arrive in Brazos County. Emergency Management leaders have already taken a call that 100 special needs patients may be coming from a coastal hospital.

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Country Music Singer Faces Judge

Updated: 09/19/2005 - Bryan-born country music star, Doug Supernaw made an appearance at the Brazos County courthouse Monday morning.

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Slow Weekend At Lake Somerville

Updated: 09/19/2005 - Lake Somerville had an unusually slow weekend. The lull in traffic comes on the heels of a tragic incident where a young boy caught a rare illness from swimming in the lake.

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Largest Black Rodeo In Texas Held In Hearne

Updated: 09/17/2005 - The Glover Rodeo started in Madisonville 23 years ago and has grown into an event that draws a crowd of more than six thousands. From barbecue to barrel racing, the Robertson county fairgrounds were packed with people eager to watch the rodeo events. Melvin Glover started the event as a family tradition, now it is one of the largest black rodeo's in the country.

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Romei Responds to Salary Questions

Updated: 09/16/2005 - The Arts Council of the Brazos Valley has faced increased scrutiny through the on-going budget meetings. It's something the director of the organization says is unwarranted and unwanted.

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Huntsville Closes Shelters

Updated: 09/16/2005 - Huntsville closed both of its Red Cross shelters on Friday. The last hurricane Katrina evacuees left Family Faith Church and First Baptist Church.

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Computer Crime Class

Updated: 09/16/2005 - More people are using the advancements of computer technology to commit crimes. Police say it's a growing segment of crime, one they're not quite sure how to handle. But a new program at Sam Houston State University could change that.

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Lexington Boy Fights Rare Illness

Posted: 09/16/2005 - The eight year old is diagnosed with primary amebic meningoencephalitis, or PAM. He caught the illness while swimming in Lake Somerville. According to the Texas Department of Health there are only three cases ever recorded of someone surviving PAM.

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Bush Vows Aid for Storm-Struck Gulf Coast

Updated: 09/15/2005 - President Bush promised Thursday night the government will pay most of the costs of rebuilding the hurricane-ravaged Gulf Coast in one of the largest reconstruction projects the world has ever seen.

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