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More Brazos County West Nile Discovered

Posted: 08/02/2006 - Four more Brazos County locations have been found to have West Nile, including three spots in College Station. The Bryan street that tested positive saw a West Nile case earlier this year.

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Texas Shoppers Prepare for Tax-Free Weekend

Updated: 07/26/2011 - This year marks Texas's eighth annual weekend of savings which runs all day Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The sales tax holiday is expected to save Texas consumers millions in state and local taxes.

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Bryan Hopes to Narrow City Manager List Soon

Updated: 08/02/2006 - Their list of candidates for a new city manager isn't shorter, but Bryan's City Council has given orders to try and make that happen soon.

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A&M Working to Preserve Pointe du Hoc

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Texas A&M's efforts to preserve an historic battle site during World War II are well underway. On Wednesday, researchers met with Congressman Chet Edwards to update the project to preserve Pointe du Hoc in Normandy, France.

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Former Magnolia Teacher Charged with Sexual Assault

Updated: 08/02/2006 - A former teacher at Magnolia High School now faces allegations that she sexually assaulted a number of students. Lisa Minchew was arrested Wednesday morning on three counts of sexual assault of a child.

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Senate Approves More Offshore Drilling

Posted: 08/02/2006 - The Senate has voted to open more than eight (m) million acres of federal waters in the central Gulf of Mexico to oil and gas drilling. The bill now must be reconciled with much broader drilling legislation passed by the House in June. Negotiations are likely in September.

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Police Say Dallas Boy Died in a Hot Van

Posted: 08/02/2006 - A police affidavit says a four-year-old Dallas boy died July 20th after being left for hours in a hot day-care van, not at a playground as previously reported. The police now say evidence indicates Jacob Fox died after spending hours in a van outside the Dream House Learning Center in Southeastern Dallas.

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Two Die from West Nile

Posted: 08/02/2006 - Two West Nile deaths have been reported in Tarrant County as the mosquito-borne disease enters its peak summer season. One victim was in his 70s, the other in his 80s.

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El Paso Floods

Posted: 08/02/2006 - A fourth day of heavy rain in a row is in today's El Paso weather forecast. The state declared El Paso a disaster area Tuesday.

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Brenham State School Patient Found

Updated: 08/02/2006 - A resident of the Brenham State School missing since Tuesday night has been found. A maintenance worker from the school found Mary Butler around 9 a.m. Wednesday in a heavily wooded area, a half mile from the school.

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Area Neighbors Meet to Talk Crime

Posted: 08/01/2006 - Getting neighborhoods and police departments together before crime happens is the goal of National Night Out, an event that happens every August 1.

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New Developments in CS Economic Director Search

Posted: 08/01/2006 - College Station is also moving closer to filling a high-ranking vacancy. Four finalists have been named for the open position of director of economic development.

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Council to Discuss Bryan's City Manager Spot

Updated: 08/02/2006 - Bryan's city council is looking to narrow the list for their next city manager. Wednesday morning, the council will meet in executive session to discuss the issue. Right now, the group has 30 candidates.

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Hearne Resident Remembers UT Sniper Terror

Updated: 08/02/2006 - Forty years ago Tuesday, Charles Whitman unleashed terror from atop the University of Texas bell tower. But for those who survived, no amount of time can ever erase the nightmare.

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Latest TEA Scorecard Raises Eyebrows

Updated: 08/02/2006 - It's the one time of the year when the tables are turned on Texas school districts. Instead of giving grades, schools receive grades in the TEA's annual accountability report.

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Park Dedicated for Explosion Victim

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Two years after an explosion at a Texas A&M apartment complex, a park will be dedicated in memory of a 4-year-old killed. A marker naming Lamiya Zahin Memorial Park will be unveiled during a ceremony at 10 a.m. Wednesday morning at the University Apartments' playground.

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Amateur Race Car Driver Hits the Big Time

Posted: 08/01/2006 - What does it take to become a professional stock car driver? A local amateur race car driver is about to find out. Tommy Garcia of Bryan has been selected to be part of the reality show called "Racin' for a Livin'."

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Morning-After Pill Headed OTC?

Updated: 08/01/2006 - The government has agreed to take another look at whether to allow over-the-counter sales of the morning-after pill. The FDA has notified the manufacturer of Plan B pill that it wants to discuss marketing the drug to women over 18.

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Brazos County Burn Ban Back On

Posted: 08/01/2006 - Brazos County commissioners have reinstated the burn ban. On Tuesday commissioners made it illegal to burn for the next 90 days. Dry conditions and lack of recent rain are the reason for the ban.

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Keeping Electricity Costs Down

Updated: 08/01/2006 - Electricity costs could be hurting your wallet this summer. As temperatures increase outside, air conditioners run even more, and electricity bills rise. That's why home builders are looking to new ways to keep costs down for the consumer.

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Cain Dining Facility Closes

Updated: 10/28/2006 - In 1972, Cain Hall on the A&M campus opened as a state-of-the-art facility for student athletes. Tuesday, the last piece of that tradition for Aggie athletes closed its doors, as the dining hall at Cain shut down.

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SHSU Faculty Member Found Dead

Updated: 08/01/2006 - Bryan Clifton McHenry, a lecturer in the English department at Sam Houston State University, was found in his office about 9 p.m. Monday, unconscious and not breathing.

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40 Years Since U.T. Tower Sniper Attack

Posted: 08/01/2006 - It's been a low-key observance on the University of Texas campus for Tuesday's 40th anniversary of the U.T. Tower massacre. The school lowered flags to half-staff.

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Hutchison Wants Justice to Back Off Wright Amendment

Updated: 08/01/2006 - U.S. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison wants Attorney General Alberto Gonzales to back off reviewing a plan to lift restrictions at Dallas Love Field. Hutchison backs a compromise on the long haul-flight restricting Wright Amendment.

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FBI Subpoenas Dallas School District Credit Card Receipts

Posted: 08/01/2006 - The FBI has subpoenaed the Dallas Independent School District's credit card records from the past two-and-a-half years. The FBI began investigating possible corruption within the district last summer after The Dallas Morning News reported on relationships between district officials and vendors.

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