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Texas Avenue Construction Causes Roadblock for Businesses

Updated: 09/14/2005 - If you've been anywhere near Texas Ave in South College Station then you already know there is a lot of construction going on. But the traffic hang-ups are only part of the pain on this new project.

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Evacuee Kids Can Be Kids at Reed

Updated: 09/13/2005 - Evacuees are slowly making their way out of shelters and into homes, wherever they may be. But for the people still there, especially the youngest ones, volunteers have been working night and day to make their stay a good one.

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First Human WNV Case in Brazos County

Updated: 09/13/2005 - Case after case of West Nile Virus has been popping up in Brazos County, but mainly in birds and mosquitoes. But now, for the first time this year, health officials have confirmed a human case.

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Where Is Your Money Going To?

Updated: 09/13/2005 - Since Hurricane Katrina hit two weeks ago, the Red Cross has collected about $160,000 and spent more than $200,000 already. United Way has approximately $125,000 donated and $85,000 of that has already been spent.

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Katrina Evacuees Become Brazos Valley Citizens

Updated: 09/12/2005 - The devastation of Hurricane Katrina forced many Gulf Coast residents to flee elsewhere with as little as the clothes on their backs. Now, some of the evacuees are making their home in the Brazos Valley.

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Local Emergency Response Plan Constantly Updated

Updated: 09/11/2005 - Nine eleven and Hurricane Katrina proved that you never know when a tragedy will hit close to home. Just as the Federal government has their response plan, Brazos County also has a detailed response plan.

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Leon County Precinct Stays Dry

Updated: 09/11/2005 - Leon County residents turned out by the hundreds to vote Saturday on a measure to legalize retail alcohol sales in part of the county.

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Birth of a New Child, Life in the Twin Cities

Updated: 09/09/2005 - Eight-and-a-half months of one evacuee's pregnancy was spent in the New Orleans area. The birth of her child won't happen back in Louisiana, but a new life will begin as the family begins a new life here.

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Charities Feel Stress Serving Residents, Evacuees

Updated: 09/11/2005 - The influx of evacuees into the Brazos Valley is stretching the resources of local charities. Because of Katrina, their list of clients has grown by more than 1,000. Agencies are now faced with serving the needs of visitors and those of local residents.

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More Police For B/CS

Updated: 09/11/2005 - Growing populations and growing crime rates have local police looking to expand. Both Bryan and College Station's police departments are asking for more money to hire additional officers.

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Arts Funding Debate Reaches New Heights

Updated: 09/08/2005 - At the end of it all, the Arts Council of the Brazos Valley will receive $440,000 from the city of College Station. The three-and-a-half hours it took to reach that decision Thursday night didn't make for the smoothest of council workshops.

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Local Schools Enroll Students Displaced By Katrina

Updated: 09/09/2005 - More than 250 displaced students have enrolled in local schools. School employees are working overtime to ensure the new students are acclimated and have proper mental and academic support.

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2-1-1 Success

Updated: 09/08/2005 - United Way is pleased with the success of 2-1-1 in response to Hurricane Katrina.

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Medical Care for Evacuees

Updated: 09/09/2005 - The local medical community has been responding to the health needs of Hurricane Katrina evacuees. Doctors and nurses have been volunteering their supplies and time and caring for the sick and wounded.

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A Louisiana Wedding, Texas-Style

Updated: 09/07/2005 - Weddings happen everyday. Some are lavish, others are sparse, but all are special. But for one couple who exchanged their vows Wednesday, the ceremony carried even more significance.

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Texas Task Force One Returns

Updated: 09/08/2005 - An elite force made up of heroes from around the state returned home today after rescuing thousands stranded by Hurricane Katrina. About 130 members of Texas Task Force One returned to headquarters in College Station after a along 10 days of service.

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Local Agencies Say Communication Still Needs Work

Updated: 09/08/2005 - The Emergency Operations Center had a plan to accommodate the hundreds who eventually found a temporary home in the Brazos Valley. But the unexpected nature of this particular disaster is throwing officials for a loop. Not knowing how many evacuees would show up in the area, when, or where is still a challenge for planners.

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Housing for Senior Citizen Evacuees

Updated: 09/07/2005 - As we continue to bring you the stories of hurricane evacuees in the Brazos Valley, we want to highlight the good works of one retirement community that is providing homes for senior citizens.

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Kids Start Apartment Fire

Updated: 09/06/2005 - Children playing with matches are to blame for a fire at Southgate Apartments Saturday night.

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KBTX Hurricane Katrina Relief Drive

Updated: 09/08/2005 - KBTX, in partnership with Clear Channel Radio, The Eagle and the United Way, is hosting a one day relief drive Friday, September 9, from 6am untill 7pm.

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