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First Lay Memorial Service Held

Posted: 07/09/2006 - ASPEN, Colo. (AP) - Former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling and lawyer Daniel Petrocelli joined scores of people in Aspen Sunday at a private memorial service for company founder Kenneth Lay. Lay died Wednesday in Aspen while he and his wife, Linda, were vacationing and awaiting sentencing for his role in one of the nation's biggest corporate frauds.

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U.S. to China: Get Tough on Korea

Posted: 07/09/2006 - WASHINGTON (AP) - The United States wants China to exert more pressure on North Korea to end its missile tests and return to international nuclear disarmament talks. Undersecretary of State Nicholas Burns says the aim is to show that Kim Jong Il's government has "no support in the world."

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Discovery Cleared to Return to Earth

Posted: 07/09/2006 - JOHNSON SPACE CENTER (AP) - Space shuttle Discovery's astronauts have gotten some happy news: It's safe to fly home. Mission Control has informed the crew of six that the ship's thermal shielding is "100 percent cleared for entry" in another week.

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TEEX Spanish Fire School Begins This Week

Posted: 07/09/2006 - Everyday firefighters around the world put their lives on the line to serve their community. This week, many of those courageous men and women have travelled thousands of miles to College Station for Spanish Fire School.

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Aggie Completes 7 1/2 Hour Space Walk

Posted: 07/08/2006 - HOUSTON (AP) - A key test of a daring yet wobbly spacewalking technique that could be used someday to repair space shuttle heat shields worked well Saturday. It got good reviews from two of Discovery's astronauts who may have to put it to work for real on Wednesday.

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Congressman to Evacuees: Get a Job

Posted: 07/08/2006 - HOUSTON (AP) - Some people in Houston are starting to lose patience with Hurricane Katrina evacuees still jobless after the August storm devastated New Orleans. Congressman John Culberson wants what he calls "deadbeat" evacuees from New Orleans out of the city.

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Beat The Summertime Heat

Posted: 07/08/2006 - With the warm temperatures in the Brazos Valley many residents are heading outdoors for summertime fun. While it feels great to be outside for recreational activities and exercise in the summer, too much exertion can lead to serious health problems such as heat stroke.

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Motorcyclists Injured in Texas 30 Accident

Posted: 07/08/2006 - Two people were injured in Brazos County after a motorcycle rear-ended a car on Texas 30 Saturday. DPS, Brazos County Sheriff's deputies and Precinct 3 volunteer firefighters were called to the scene.

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Brazos County Prepares for Office Shifts

Posted: 07/07/2006 - With more space on the horizon for Brazos County, commissioners will have to decide who'll move and who will stay in the courthouse offices.

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Car Crash Claims Iola Man

Posted: 07/07/2006 - A former Iola student killed in a fiery car crash will be laid to rest this weekend. Nick Abbott died early Thursday morning after losing control of his vehicle on FM 244 between Iola and Carlos.

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Rift Remains Between DA, Davis

Updated: 07/07/2006 - Judge Rick Davis issued an official statement regarding the court of inquiry he called to investigate Assistant District Attorney Shane Phelps, a two-day hearing that further highlighted the division between the two sides.

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College Station Rezoning Debate

Posted: 07/07/2006 - Residents in four College Station neighborhoods were feeling victorious Friday. Hundreds showed up at a planning and zoning meeting Thursday night to oppose the rezoning of property on the corner of Rock Prairie and the Highway 6 bypass.

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Chet Edwards Honored

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Congressman Chet Edwards was in town Friday. The Texas A&M University System recognized Edwards at an appreciation luncheon at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center.

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Court of Inquiry Cost in the Thousands

Updated: 07/07/2006 - The dust may have settled regarding the Judge Rick Davis Court of Inquiry request of Shane Phelps, but the bill remains. Brazos County will be paying the thousands of dollars of attorneys’ fees and other costs accumulated during the inquiry.

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Marathon Meeting for C.S. Rezoning

Posted: 07/07/2006 - It was a marathon meeting for College Station's Planning and Zoning Commission, lasting for nearly seven hours.

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Court of Inquiry Judge in Car Wreck

Updated: 07/07/2006 - The judge in the court of inquiry case was just off the bench when she was involved in a car accident. Judge Cynthia Stevens Kent and her law clerk were travelling on Highway 21 near FM 2038 in Kurten when she hit a cow in the road.

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Phelps Cleared of Davis Charges

Updated: 07/07/2006 - For the second time in three years, a claim by Judge Rick Davis against a member of the DA's office has failed. Thursday, Shane Phelps was cleared of charges that he hindered and threatened a grand jury.

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Health Science Center Expanding

Updated: 07/07/2006 - Texas A&M's Health Science Center may have hit a hole in one when it comes to finding new property to build on. Bryan's City Council passed a resolution supporting the sale or donation of the golf course property Thursday.

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Turner Filed Third Complaint Against Davis in January

Updated: 07/07/2006 - Day two of the court of inquiry revealed that a third complaint against Judge Rick Davis was filed by district attorney Bill Turner with the State Commission on Judicial Conduct. The complaint was filed January 20 of this year.

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Police Uncover Child Porn; Make Public Appeal

Posted: 07/06/2006 - A Bryan man is back on the streets tonight after police say he took X-rated pictures of high school girls. Olie Grauke, 50, faces multiple charges including two counts of sexual performance by a child and five counts of child pornography.

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Plans for Bryan Baseball Team on Hold

Posted: 07/06/2006 - A local company is thrown a curve ball in its effort to bring a baseball team to Bryan. Infinity Pro Sports asked to use Travis Baseball Field in Bryan for a franchise summer collegiate baseball team.

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Accused Target Robber Arrested

Posted: 07/06/2006 - An accused shoplifter was being held in the Brazos County jail on Thursday, accused of robbing Target last month. Perry Glen Hoskin, Jr. was arrested during a traffic stop on Wednesday and charged with two counts of robbery.

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Shuttle Docks With Space Station

Posted: 07/06/2006 - The space shuttle Discovery has done a back-flip as it arrives at the international space station. But it's not meant to show off. Instead, it let the crew of the space station take pictures of the shuttle's belly, to check for signs of damage.

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Murder-Suicide at Texas Hospital

Posted: 07/05/2006 - An apparent murder-suicide at a Texas hospital has left an elderly couple dead. Police and hospital staff are unsure what prompted the shooting. The husband had been described as "very caring and attentive.

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Mexican Election

Posted: 07/05/2006 - As millions of ballots are reviewed in the tightest Mexican presidential race ever, conservative candidate, Felipe Calderon, is offereing an olive branch to leftist candidate, Lopez Obrador.

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