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Ruthie's Recovers from Arson Fire

Updated: 07/06/2005 - 30 years of one family's sweat and tears is now a smoldering memory. Ruthie's barbeque became more than just a fixture of Navasota, it was a Texas trademark.

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New Fast Fire Ant Product

Updated: 07/06/2005 - If you've been annoyed by pesky fire ants while trying to enjoy outdoor activities, there's good news. A new product is out and it guarantees to kill the ants at rapid speed.

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A&M Cuts More Jobs

Updated: 07/06/2005 - More Texas A&M workers are out of work, and the cuts may not be over. Several of the university's facilities are operating in the red...even Reed Arena isn't safe from cutbacks.

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DPS Busy Over Fourth of July Holiday

Updated: 07/06/2005 - So just how safe were Brazos Valley roadways over the Fourth of July holiday? DPS stayed very busy and believes it did its part to keep traffic incidents low.

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Living the American Dream

Updated: 07/04/2005 - 4th of July means a time with family and friends for most. But for one local family, it means remembering there's a price for our freedom.

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Texas Troopers C.A.R.E.

Updated: 07/04/2005 - The fourth of July weekend is a dangerous holiday for many American motorists. In an effort to keep our roadways safe, DPS troopers are taking part in a nationwide program called Operation C.A.R.E.

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Boy Killed After Thrown From Bed Of Pick-Up

Updated: 07/03/2005 - Another tragic accident on a Brazos Valley roadway this holiday weekend. This one happened in Leon County around noon Sunday when an 8-year-old boy was thrown from the bed of a pick-up truck

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Drought Conditions Leave Hay Makers KOed

Updated: 07/02/2005 - The Brazos Valley Drought is now beginning to impact farmers and ranchers. The lack of rain has brought on the summertime blues, with green fields turning brown and little hope of a change. For some, the trickle-down affect starts with one particular crop.

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Beef Industry: Supply is Safe

Updated: 07/02/2005 - Nearly all cows in the US herd were born after federal feed bans were enacted in 1997 to protect against mad cow disease, according to estimates from industry groups.

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The Slipper Fits, or Your Money Back

Updated: 07/02/2005 - It's a chance to see one of the most highly-praised movies so far this year with a money-back guarantee. The Cinemark theater chain is matching the refund offer made by AMC Entertainment earlier this week for "Cinderella Man."

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The Lone Star Flies High

Updated: 07/02/2005 - It's the simplicity of the Texas state flag's design that makes it so distinctive. An exhibit opening Fourth of July weekend at the Bush Library features more than 130 photographs of the flag.

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Diving Into Pool Safety

Posted: 07/01/2005 - There are very few better ways to beat the heat than a dip in the pool. And whether you're taking a dip in your own pool or at a public facility, there are rules in place to keep you and your loved ones safe.

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Aggie Confirmed to Lead Air Force

Updated: 10/28/2006 - The Air Force will have a new man in charge, and he's an Aggie. General T. Michael Moseley was confirmed today by the Senate with unanimous consent.

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Justice O'Connor Retires from Supreme Court

Updated: 07/01/2005 - Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman on the Supreme Court and a swing vote on abortion as well as other contentious issues, announced her retirement Friday.

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Tax Time

Updated: 06/30/2005 - April 15th isn't the only tax deadline, for local property owners, June 30th is d-day to pay taxes for 2004. Nothing hurts worse than the sting of tax day.

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Calvert Bar Shooting

Updated: 06/30/2005 - An early morning bar shooting in Calvert leaves one man hospitalized. Police say the 54-year-old man was shot once in the stomach outside the Dew Drop Inn Bar.

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A&M Tested Texas's Mad Cow

Updated: 10/28/2006 - With Mad Cow Disease found in Texas, the federal government is looking back at how scientists missed it. Eyes have fixed on Texas A&M, where researchers say, as the first line of defense, they saw the disease first-hand.

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