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Bad News For Barry

Posted: 04/14/2006 - A federal grand jury is investigating possible perjury by Giants slugger Barry Bonds a person with knowledge of the probe has told the Associated Press.

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A&M Dean to Head Tufts Vet School

Posted: 04/14/2006 - A Texas A&M dean has been named the new head of Tufts University's Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. Deborah Turner Kochevar will take over at the Massachusetts school on August 1st.

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Rabid Skunk Found

Posted: 04/14/2006 - Bryan police have issued a warning for residents in the Wheeler Ridge area after a rabid skunk was found in the neighborhood. The skunk was found in a backyard last Friday, in the 4200 block of Green Valley.

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Steroid Arrests

Posted: 04/14/2006 - Two College Station men are behind bars after authorities found anabolic steroids and syringes in their residence. Authorities also found other drugs during the search.

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Drug Arrests

Updated: 04/14/2006 - Two men were arrested in College Station Thursday night. The men fled after a traffic stop on Georgia Street, but were later taken into custody and now drug charges.

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Good Friday Closings

Posted: 04/14/2006 - Several local offices are closed today in observance of the Good Friday holiday. Some students are also getting a long weekend.

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No Parking Restrictions on North Bardell

Updated: 04/14/2006 - At College Station's city council meeting Thursday night, in a 5-to-2 vote, they decided against imposing street parking restrictions on new homes in the Southwood Valley area.

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Future Roads Change Paths in CS

Posted: 04/13/2006 - There's no question that College Station is a fast-growing city. But in the past, it's grown much faster than its roads. Thursday, though, the city council got ahead of potential growth on the southside.

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Madison County Commissioner Under Investigation

Posted: 04/13/2006 - There's new information regarding an election night confrontation at the Madison County Courthouse involving a county commissioner. Thursday, police released new details regarding the incident, and the alleged victim wants to set the record straight.

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GPS on Cell Phones

Posted: 04/13/2006 - Would you like to be able to find out exactly where your loved ones are at all times? A new GPS tracking service does just that and it's giving parents peace of mind.

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Out With the Old Video Board at Kyle Field

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Major changes are underway over at Kyle Field as the old video board at the south-end of the stadium is coming down. Construction on the new, bigger Mitsubishi video board will begin a few weeks after the old board comes down in early May.

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Best Jobs

Posted: 04/13/2006 - What's your idea of a dream job? According to a list developed by MONEY Magazine and Salary-dot-com, software engineer is at the top of the heap.

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Surgeon Hit and Run

Posted: 04/13/2006 - A Houston plastic surgeon is going to jail for running over two British women and driving away as they lay bleeding on the roadside. Mark Douglas Gilliland made an agreement with prosecutors yesterday that calls for him to spend two years in jail and pay a ten-thousand dollar fine.

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Skilling Testimony Continues

Posted: 04/13/2006 - Former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling has spent most of three days rebutting former underlings' testimony that he misled investors by saying all was well at the company. He begins his fourth day of that effort today as he returns to the witness stand in his and Enron founder Kenneth Lay's federal fraud and conspiracy trial in Houston.

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Motorcycle Accident

Posted: 04/13/2006 - A man involved in a motorcycle accident Tuesday night is recovering today, and lucky to be alive. He crashed head-on into an 18-wheeler, and authorities say he was not wearing a helmet.

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Fire Breaks Out at Kyle Field

Updated: 10/28/2006 - A commercial dryer was the cause of Tuesday night's fire at Kyle Field. Fire fighters from Bryan and College Station responded to the fire spotted under the stands just before 10.

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85th District Court Race

Updated: 04/13/2006 - Some Brazos County residents who cast votes in the primary runoff election were apparently turned off by one race. In record numbers, voters refused to cast a vote in the 85th district court race.

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CS Council to Examine New Properties

Updated: 04/13/2006 - Development is well underway off of Southwest Parkway, and 15 plots will have new homes built on them in the very near future. But after a change in developers and the subsequent change in plans for the houses, College Station's council is looking for reassurance.

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Check Forgery Ring

Posted: 04/12/2006 - Area law enforcement officials worked together to catch a mobile check forging operation.

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High Ranking TDCJ Employee Arrested

Posted: 04/12/2006 - A high ranking T.D.C.J employee is charged with public lewdness. James Hamilton of Montgomery County along with seven others were arrested after a sting operation at Conroe's Kasmiersky Park.

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Sam Houston State Student Housing Concerns

Updated: 04/13/2006 - Renovations to dorms at Sam Houston State University won't end up putting students out. Speculation about a housing shortage began after the university announced that Belvin- Buchanan dorms would close this summer for renovation.

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Summer Gasoline Rates

Posted: 04/12/2006 - Gasoline prices are surging again with summer still more than two months away. In some places, it's costing three dollars a gallon or even more to fill up.

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American Airlines Rate Hike

Posted: 04/12/2006 - Charges are going up at American Airlines. The nation's biggest carrier said yesterday that it's increasing the fuel surcharge on some of its international flights to help offset rising fuel costs.

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Hurricane Season Preparations

Posted: 04/12/2006 - In the wake of the government's sluggish response to Hurricane Katrina last year, the Department of Homeland Security wants to streamline federal relief efforts this year. The Atlantic Hurricane season begins June First.

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CPS Safety

Updated: 05/28/2007 - A routine day for a state Child Protective Services worker can be risky. That's part of the reason nearly 300 CPS workers met in San Antonio yesterday to sharpen their safety skills.

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