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Online Holiday Sales Soar on Cyber Monday

Updated: 11/29/2005 - The holiday shopping season officially kicked off on Black Friday. But now, more people are also turning to the Internet for holiday purchases.

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Burglars Steal Thousands in Livestock Medicine

Updated: 11/27/2005 - Bryan Police are investigating what sounds like an odd burglary. Someone broke into Producer's Co-op Saturday night and stole an estimated two thousand dollars worth of Ivomec.

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One Killed, Three Injured in Texas 21 Accident

Updated: 11/27/2005 - A Dallas-area woman is dead after a two-vehicle accident Sunday afternoon in Madison County. It happened on Texas 21 on the Navasota River Bridge just before 2 p.m.

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Dog Mauling Kills Thorndale Woman

Updated: 11/27/2005 - A 76-year-old woman working in her front yard was mauled to death by a pack of six dogs. Lillian Loraine Stiles was riding on a lawn mower in her front yard Saturday when she was confronted by the dogs.

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Branching Out Into the Tree Business

Updated: 11/27/2005 - Now is also the busy season for Christmas tree farmers. Each year, more than 25 million Americans take home a Christmas tree, but it's a year-round preparation process for those in the industry.

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3-on-1 Assault Leaves Man Wounded

Updated: 11/27/2005 - Police are on the lookout for three men who got in a fight at a College Station residence and left a man with multiple wounds.

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Shoppers Sprayed in Store Fray

Updated: 11/25/2005 - Beaumont police say pepper spray was used to control a crowd of Wal-Mart shoppers early this morning.

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Electronics Sales Brighten Black Friday

Updated: 11/25/2005 - The deals have been to many shoppers' likings, as the rush to store shelves is underway. Black Friday is a fruitful day for many retailers, but what are most people looking for this holiday season?

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Longhorns Hook Aggies in Season Finale

Updated: 11/25/2005 - Ramonce Taylor ran for 102 yards and two touchdowns and Cedric Griffin returned a blocked punt for a score as second-ranked Texas held off Texas A&M 40-to-29.

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Ags, Horns Flock to Fan Zone

Updated: 10/28/2006 - The pageantry of an Aggie-Longhorn game is inescapable in College Station. The day-after-Thanksgiving tradition continued Friday afternoon, but the morning's festivities before the kick were bigger than ever.

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Protest Leader Returns to Texas

Posted: 11/25/2005 - Cindy Sheehan and other Iraq war protesters plan to dedicate a memorial garden Friday at the Crawford Peace House, near President Bush's ranch.

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GI's Celebrate Third Thanksgiving in Iraq

Updated: 11/24/2005 - Cpl. Brian Zwart set out his turkey, stuffing, corn and mashed potatoes on a makeshift picnic table — the hood of a Humvee — before going out to patrol the Syrian border Thursday to watch for foreign militants sneaking in to join Iraq's insurgency.

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Black Friday

Updated: 11/24/2005 - Many of you may have already planned out a day of shopping for tomorrow. The day after Thanksgiving has also been known as the busiest shopping day of the year. But some studies suggest that it's really not.

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Thanksgiving Meals Offered Around Town

Updated: 11/24/2005 - There were plenty of places to get free Thanksgiving meals today thanks to the kindness and generosity of the Brazos Valley.

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A&M Studying Bird Flu Potential

Updated: 10/28/2006 - You probably didn't know that some of the top minds when it comes to bird flu are in the Brazos Valley. So while the disease isn't the US, A&M scientists are studying its potential.

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Season of Giving?

Updated: 11/23/2005 - With the holiday season in full swing, many charities and non-profit agencies are hoping it will still be a season of giving. But will many Brazos Valley residents be tapped out after contributions for hurricane relief efforts?

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Thanksgiving Day Dinners

Updated: 11/23/2005 - Several places around town will be offering free Thanksgiving dinners on Thursday.

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Crawford Protesters Arrested

Updated: 11/23/2005 - McLennan County deputies arrested a dozen war protesters Wednesday near Crawford while Federal District Judge Walter Smith refused to block enforcement of new McLennan County ordinances restricting parking around the Bush ranch and banning roadside camping countywide.

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From the Corps III: Aditi Gupta

Updated: 08/04/2007 - A Greek philosopher once wrote, "There is nothing permanent except change." And every year, the faces of Texas A&M's Corps change. But there's a perception that's changing as well, and you don't have to look any further than Cadet Aditi Gupta.

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Senator Ogden on School Finance Ruling

Updated: 11/23/2005 - The school finance issue has been looming over Texas lawmakers for the past 2 decades and Tuesday the Texas Supreme Court issued a ruling.

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Armed Robbery Suspects At-Large

Updated: 11/23/2005 - Bryan Police are still on the lookout for two men who held up a convenience store and made off with thousands of dollars.

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Stack to Stand a Bit Longer

Updated: 11/23/2005 - There were more discussions Tuesday on the fate of the off-campus bonfire stack that is still standing. It does appear there's a consensus between the county and students.

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DeLay Back in Court

Updated: 11/22/2005 - Congressman Tom DeLay appeared in court in Austin Tuesday for the first time with his co-defendants in a conspiracy and money-laundering case.

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Tex. Supreme Court Rules Property Tax Unconstitutional

Updated: 11/22/2005 - The Texas Supreme Court ruled today that local property taxes used to pay for public schools amount to an unconstitutional statewide tax. Justices have given the state until June 1 to fix the system.

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