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Northgate Drinking Ban Technically in Effect

Updated: 10/28/2006 - When the College Station city council passed an ordinance banning open containers on Northgate, people thought they had 60 days before it would take effect.

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Mosquito Abatement Program Pays Off

Updated: 04/05/2005 - A mosquito can breed in even the smallest drop of water, that's why the twin cities are both offering a rebate program.

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Larsen: Incompetence a Greater Threat Than al Qaeda

Updated: 04/10/2005 - Col. Randall Larsen, retired US Air Force, is CBS News's homeland security expert, and also the CEO of Homeland Security Associates. Tuesday, Col. Larsen discussed the state of national defense.

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Rare WWII History at Bush Library

Updated: 04/04/2005 - A one-of-a-kind piece of World War II history is on display at the Bush Library. The diary of Friedrich Kellner has never been shown publicly until now.

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Community Leader Called to Duty

Updated: 04/04/2005 - The call to duty can come quickly and out of nowhere. Such is the case for one local man, whose commitment to his friends, family and community is well-known. Monday, there was a party for a man a lot of folks are Kean on.

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Preparing to Pay for College

Updated: 04/04/2005 - By this time, many students have been accepted into college and are making plans to go. But some parents maybe fretting about how they are going to pay for it.

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Chilifest: Big Crowd, Zero Accidents

Updated: 04/04/2005 - More than 32,000 people spent their weekend in Snook. Chilifest has become an Aggie tradition with plenty of food, music and beer.

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Mixer Crashes Into Home, Driver Dies

Updated: 04/03/2005 - An unbelievable site in Navasota Saturday after a cement truck comes apart and slams into a home in the city limits. One man was killed in the bizarre accident.

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International Student Outreach One Snap at a Time

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Texas A&M faced major criticism last year after an explosion rocked international student housing. The university is renewing its commitment to those students through some of their most hallowed traditions.

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Local Catholic Leaders Are Praying for the Pope

Updated: 04/01/2005 - Local Catholics took time out to pray for their leader. Father Dean of St. Thomas says the pontiff has been ill for many years and says he's been a prime example for the Roman Catholic Church.

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College Station Names New Fire Chief

Updated: 04/01/2005 - Robert "R. B." Alley, District Fire Chief in Virginia Beach, Virginia, has been selected to head the College Station Fire Department.

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Legacy of Tejano Singer Lives On...Ten Years Later

Updated: 03/31/2005 - Selena was Tejano music's brightest hope for the future. Had she lived, she might well have been the first international superstar to come out of the Tejano market. A vivacious entertainer who could sing any style of music...her potential was unlimited.

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Madisonville Man Saves Nephew's Life

Updated: 04/01/2005 - One Madisonville man dropped everything, traveled thousands of miles across the country, and donated part of his liver to save his nephew's life.

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Chilifest Is Here

Updated: 03/31/2005 - About this time every year, the small town of Snook is inundated with Chili and country music. Chilifest 2005 begins Friday with a chili cook-off and the main event is on Saturday.

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Letter Stirs Up Election Controversy

Updated: 03/31/2005 - Hearne has yet another election scandal brewing. But what some call election intimidation may not be breaking the law.

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Citigroup Completes Acquisition of First American Bank

Updated: 03/31/2005 - Citigroup successfully completed its acquisition of First American Bank in Bryan Thursday. In the closing transaction, Citigroup purchased all of the outstanding common stock of First American Bank.

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Conservatives Conduct Mock Marriage in Protest of GAW

Updated: 03/30/2005 - A mock wedding turned into a political protest on both sides of the gay marriage issue. Wednesday, a student group protesting Gay Awareness Week at Texas A&M quickly turned into the target of protest themselves.

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Is Your Child Safe Anywhere?

Updated: 03/30/2005 - Is any place safe for a child anymore? That's the question many parents are wondering after a former Boy Scout official is charged with distributing child pornography. News 3 spoke with local youth leaders about the issue.

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Conroe Woman Arrested For Mother's Murder

Updated: 03/30/2005 - Montgomery County Detectives say a Conroe woman has confessed to killing her mother and dumping her body on the side of the road. The daughter and a neighbor are charged with the crime but are there more suspects?

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Airlift Services May Come To Bryan

Updated: 03/30/2005 - In case of an emergency, patients may not have to wait as long for a helicopter transport to the hospital.

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Gas Prices Could Be Here For Awhile

Updated: 03/29/2005 - The Energy Department says the price of gas jumped more than four cents last week to an average of $2.15 per gallon.

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