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Black History Month: Eugene Smith

Posted: 02/15/2006 - In honor of Black History Month, News Three is profiling members of our community who are making a difference. We introduce Eugene Smith.

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New Navasota Police Chief

Posted: 02/15/2006 - Navasota now has a new top cop. After a four month search, Shawn Myatt has been hired as the new Police Chief.

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Forest for Sale

Posted: 02/15/2006 - You could own a piece of land at a national forest or state park. The National Forest Service is selling about 300,000 acres of land to raise $800 million to pay for schools and roads in rural counties.

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Republicans Worry About Cheney's Silence

Posted: 02/15/2006 - Congressional Republicans have to run for re-election. Vice President Cheney does not and that's got some lawmakers worried.

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Building Boom or Bust? Part 1

Updated: 02/15/2006 - According to a real estate expert at Texas A&M, there is a housing boom across the state. And Bryan/College Station is not excluded. Both cities have multiple housing construction projects going on and there could be more on the horizon. But, will the local housing boom lead to a bust?

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Budget Cuts for Huntsville ISD

Posted: 02/15/2006 - Budget cuts in Huntsville may cause some school district administrators to look for new jobs.

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Leon County Vying for FutureGen

Updated: 02/15/2006 - The Heart of Texas Council of Governments has decided not to go with Limestone County as a possible home for a FutureGen plant. Instead, they've turned their attention to Leon County.

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Robbery Suspect Arrested

Posted: 02/15/2006 - A man suspected of two armed robberies earlier this week is now in police custody.

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Other Bryan Council Business

Posted: 02/14/2006 - Besides the retirement of City Manager Mary Kaye Moore, the Bryan city council addressed a pair of prominent issues Tuesday, but only took action on one of the two.

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Bryan City Manager Retires

Updated: 02/15/2006 - At the end of an unusually-long evening for the Bryan city council, the group emerged from a second executive session and accepted the retirement of City Manager Mary Kaye Moore in what was described as an uncontroversial move.

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From the Corps VI: Emmanual Guillory

Updated: 08/04/2007 - Famed jazz musician Miles Davis is a favorite of Cadet Emmanual Guillory's. And like Davis, he loves to play the trumpet. You won't often find Guillory tooting his own horn about his accomplishments, but he certainly has a lot to be proud of.

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A&M Prof Recognized by President

Posted: 02/14/2006 - A longtime Texas A&M ag professor and Nobel peace prize winner has been honored by the president. President Bush awarded the National Medal of Science to Norman Borlaug.

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What Is a Kiss?

Updated: 02/15/2006 - On the day dedicated to love, the kiss may come to your mind. But, what exactly is a kiss and what does it mean? We headed out to ask folks on Valentines Day what they think, and an expert about the history of the kiss.

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Man Cheney Shot Has Heart Attack

Posted: 02/14/2006 - Doctors in Corpus Christi say the man accidentally shot by Vice President Dick Cheney over the weekend has had a "minor heart attack." That's after some of the birdshot moved into his heart tissue.

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Saddam Trial Taking a Break

Posted: 02/14/2006 - Saddam Hussein will get a break from appearing in court. The judge has ordered the proceedings to resume in a couple of weeks.

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Diplomats Disagree with Border Fences

Updated: 02/14/2006 - A delegation of Latin American diplomats plan to lobby Washington regarding a plan to tighten immigration restrictions, including building a fence along the Texas / Mexico border.

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Horse Slaughter Questioned

Posted: 02/14/2006 - Animal Rights groups want the slaughter of horses for meat to end. They plan to file suit today in this effort.

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Montgomery County Shooting

Posted: 02/14/2006 - Authorities in Montgomery County continue to investigate a weekend shooting.

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Accident Investigation

Updated: 02/14/2006 - Charges have not yet been filed in the case of a head-on collision on Highway 6 over the weekend. One of the drivers was reportedly driving the wrong way.

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Traffic Delay This Morning

Posted: 02/14/2006 - A large device will be making its way through Brazos County today on its way to Houston. The oversized load could cause traffic delays this morning.

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Authorities Investigating Armed Robbery

Updated: 02/14/2006 - A College Station man was robbed at knife-point inside his own apartment Monday night, and the suspect in the case had a couple of distinguishing marks according to the victim.

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Dangerous Intersection Gets Safety Changes

Posted: 02/13/2006 - 2818 and Luther isn't one of the busiest intersections in College Station, but it is arguably one of the most dangerous. The city council voted to make changes to the intersection to make it safer, but those changes could be creating a new problem.

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Bryan City Manager's Job Discussed

Updated: 02/14/2006 - The Bryan City Council is in for a big meeting Tuesday night. The agenda includes more discussions and a possible decision regarding the Bryan Municipal Golf Course and Traditions golf course. Also on the agenda, a discussion over the employment status of City Manager Mary Kaye Moore. News Three sat down with Moore on Monday to find out what she expects from Tuesday's meeting and what may be in store for her future.

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