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Centerville Building Burns in an Early Morning Fire

Updated: 01/13/2005 - Just before 4:30 Thursday morning, a strip center of office buildings located in the downtown square of Centerville caught fire. It took firefighters almost six hours to contain the morning fire.

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Red Cross Tsunami Relief Drive

Updated: 01/13/2005 - Brazos Valley residents are stepping up in a big way to help with tsunami relief efforts.

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The President's New Plan

Updated: 01/13/2005 - A lot of experts say the social security system that has supported aging Americans for over 70 years is heading toward bankruptcy, but the president has a plan that some say will work for everyone.

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Players, Owners Forge Steroid Agreement

Updated: 01/13/2005 - Saying it wanted to restore confidence in the game, baseball rolled out a tougher steroid-testing program Thursday that includes penalties for first-time offenders and random, year-round checks.

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Malaria Threat Emerges in Tsunami Region

Updated: 01/13/2005 - Health officials plan to go door-to-door and tent-to-tent with mosquito-killing spray guns beginning Friday to head off a looming threat that one expert says could kill 100,000 more people around the tsunami disaster zone: malaria.

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FCC Member Urges Armstrong Williams Probe

Updated: 01/13/2005 - A member of the Federal Communications Commission said Thursday the agency should investigate whether conservative commentator Armstrong Williams broke the law by failing to disclose that the Bush administration paid him $240,000 to plug its education policies.

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Residents of Flood-Ravaged Towns Return

Updated: 01/13/2005 - Unwilling to wait any longer and ignoring warnings that more water might be on the way, residents in the West returned to homes damaged by storm-swollen creeks and rivers.

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Prince Harry's Nazi Costume Criticized

Updated: 01/13/2005 - Jewish groups and lawmakers criticized Prince Harry on Thursday for wearing a Nazi uniform to a costume party, with one group urging him to visit the Auschwitz death camp, despite an apology from the grandson of Queen Elizabeth II.

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FDA Considers Sales for Cholesterol Drug

Updated: 01/13/2005 - Federal drug advisers on Thursday weighed whether to put a drug aimed at treating high cholesterol on drug store shelves alongside medicines for headaches, allergies and athlete's foot.

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Defense Rests Without Graner Testifying

Updated: 01/13/2005 - The defense for Spc. Charles Graner Jr. rested its case Thursday without the accused ringleader of abuses at the Abu Ghraib prison taking the stand.

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A Light in the Future of Austin's Colony?

Updated: 01/12/2005 - Pleading, pressuring and a little pestering may finally pay off for one Bryan subdivision. Residents of Austin's Colony have been begging for a traffic signal for years. Now there appears to be a light at the end of the tunnel.

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Texas A&M Faculty Members Study Impact of Grants on School Dropout Rate

Updated: 01/13/2005 - High School dropout rates are of huge concern to state legislators, teachers and parents. The Texas Education Agency spends millions awarding grants to schools in an attempt to prevent student dropouts. But, how do we know if the money is well spent or even making a difference?

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New Dietary Guidelines Take Effect

Updated: 01/12/2005 - If you plan to eat better this New Year, the government may be coming to your aid. After years of criticism over its "food pyramid," they are revising its dietary guidelines.

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Cadaver Memorial

Updated: 01/12/2005 - Cadavers are a crucial resource for medical education, and while there aren't many people who lend their bodies for the sake of research, those who do help train future doctors.

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B/CS Schools Raising Money for Tsunami Relief

Updated: 01/12/2005 - After brain storming for a few days, local school children have come up with some creative ideas to help with tsunami relief efforts. Both Bryan and College Station's school districts are raising money for the cause.

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U.S. Ends Fruitless Iraq Weapons Hunt

Updated: 01/12/2005 - The search for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq has quietly concluded without any evidence of the banned weapons that President Bush cited as justification for going to war, the White House said Wednesday.

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4 More Bodies Found After California Mudslide

Updated: 01/12/2005 - Rescuers searching with shovels, their bare hands and tiny video cameras dropped into holes found the bodies of a woman and three of her children before dawn Wednesday, bringing the death toll from a mudslide in this seaside hamlet to 10, officials said.

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Court: Sentencing System Wrongly Applied

Updated: 01/12/2005 - The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that federal judges have been improperly adding time to criminals' sentences, a decision that puts in doubt longtime sentencing rules.

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Witness: Graner Often Disobeyed Orders

Updated: 01/12/2005 - Army Spc. Charles Graner had a habit of disobeying orders from his military police superiors while serving as a guard at Abu Ghraib prison, according to testimony Wednesday from the first witness for the defense.

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Antique Sales Are Down

Updated: 01/11/2005 - Antique sales are just not what they used to be. Dealers in town have seen quite a change over the years.

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School Finance Affecting Economy?

Updated: 01/11/2005 - Texas usually ranks near the top for businesses expansion and relocation. But one Texas A&M economist believes the state is slipping from that position and that the controversy over school financing is playing a big part.

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Grimes Jailers Arrested

Updated: 01/11/2005 - After a week-long investigation, the Grimes County Sheriff's Office has arrested two jail employees for improper sexual activity with an inmate. D'Andre Chatman of Navasota and Norman Minor of Bryan both turned themselves in Tuesday and admitted to having sexual contact with two of the female inmates.

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New Agreement for Animal Shelter

Updated: 01/11/2005 - A new contract may mean fewer tax dollars will be used to support the Brazos Animal Shelter. Tuesday, Executive Director Kelley Durham told the court the shelter will begin to rely on donations instead of the county's money to operate.

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