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Huntsville Meth Bust

Updated: 07/19/2005 - A concerned motorist helps Huntsville police nab a couple of criminals. The motorist called police after seeing drugs and a gun in the suspects car.

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West Nile Cases Confirmed In College Station

Updated: 07/19/2005 - West Nile has been found for the first time this year in two birds collected in College Station. A blue jay found on Gilchrist street and a crow at Stonewall Court tested positive for the virus.

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B.I.S.D. School Improvements

Updated: 07/18/2005 - The Bryan school district’s bond election is paying for interior touch-ups at several elementary schools and the eventual construction of two new schools.

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Milam County Considers Power Plant

Updated: 07/18/2005 - A multi million dollar power plant is poised to be built in Milam County. But the energy company is asking for a hefty tax break from the county, and some commissioners and residents aren't too happy about it.

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Texas Searchers Will Return to Aruba

Updated: 07/18/2005 - Texas Equusearch crews who helped in the search for Natalee Holloway in Aruba are back home in Dickenson today. But volunteers aren't planning on staying in the Lone Star State long.

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Highway 6 Accident Turns Fatal

Updated: 07/17/2005 - An accident on Highway 6 leaves one woman dead, and two others in critical condition. The accident occured six miles south of College Station on Sunday afternoon.

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Kids Trapped in A&M Elevator

Updated: 07/17/2005 - Four children were trapped inside a Texas A&M elevator on Sunday. The kids were using an elevator at Rudder Tower when it malfunctioned.

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Mexico Evacuates Tourists Before Hurricane

Updated: 07/17/2005 - A massive evacuation of tourists in one of the world's largest resorts began Sunday, with hundreds of buses dispatched to move tens of thousands of vacationers away from Hurricane Emily, heading for a direct hit on Mexico's coast.

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Genetics Research to Create Cures, Jobs at A&M

Updated: 10/28/2006 - A big boost for the local economy, and a bigger boost for medical research. Texas A&M and the state will be the leaders in finding cures for countless diseases. The landmark announcement was made in Houston Saturday.

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Voters Approve New Schools for Hearne

Updated: 07/16/2005 - The Hearne Independent School District just got a big boost from voters. They said yes to a $14 million bond proposal that will create a new junior high, combine two elementary schools and build a new gymnasium.

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Helipad Project Officially Off the Ground

Updated: 07/16/2005 - A new helipad designed for emergency medical evacuation was dedicated Saturday morning in the small town of Keith. The project could be the first of many pads serving rural Grimes County.

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Hurricane Emily Passing Jamaica's South

Updated: 07/16/2005 - Authorities in Mexico are recommending tourists leave much of Mexico's Caribbean coast as a precaution. This as Hurricane Emily barrels across the Caribbean south of Jamaica.

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Lawmakers Agree on Teacher Pay Raises

Updated: 07/16/2005 - State lawmakers inched closer today to reaching a deal on a school finance package. No definite agreements were reached, but leaders said they had agreed on a teacher pay raise.

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Hispanic Forum Award Nominees

Updated: 07/15/2005 - The Hispanic Forum awards nominees are selected from dozens of community-submitted nominees and represent outstanding leaders who have contributed to the growth and improvement of the Bryan/College Station area.

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Potter Mania Hits Brazos Valley

Updated: 07/15/2005 - Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, the sixth book in the popular J.K. Rowling series, is finally here. The book goes on sale at midnight, but some local fans reserved their copies months ago.

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White Accepts Plea Deal for Murder

Updated: 07/15/2005 - The murder mystery that shocked a small town, has finally come to a close. James David White has accepted a plea bargain from the Grimes County District Attorney for the murder of prominent Navasota businessman Lonnie Turner Senior.

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CS Fires City Manager

Updated: 07/16/2005 - The city of College Station has fired City Manager Tom Brymer. By a vote of 4-3, council members decided to terminate Brymer's contract on Friday.

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Trailer with Turbine Turns Over

Updated: 07/14/2005 - A trailer more than 100 feet long overturned Thursday night in Robertson County, partially shutting down a road. The truck was carrying part of a turbine generator weighing around 100 tons.

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A Slam Dunk for a Houston Congregation

Updated: 07/14/2005 - An arena that basketball fans once packed to see the NBA's Houston Rockets has been converted into a 16,000-seat sanctuary for the nation's largest Christian congregation.

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Spill's Bill Not Taxpayer's Problem

Updated: 07/14/2005 - It's messy work for engineers southeast of Kurten, but it's nearing completion. An oil spill half a mile from the Navasota River is nearly contained as the investigation continues. It won't be taxpayers footing the bill for one company's problem.

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Historical Landmark Needs Repair

Updated: 07/14/2005 - The Katy Hamman Stricker Library was once used as a meeting place for the local chapter of the American Women's League. Through the years, the building was used for a variety of purposes, and in 1939 started as a public library. But now it's fallen into disrepair.

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Forest Ridge Elementary in Full Swing

Updated: 07/14/2005 - The first day of school is about a month away, and the newest addition to College Station ISD will be ready. College Station's new $12 million elementary school has only finishing touches left to complete.

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Hearne Ends Investigation Into Foster Death

Updated: 07/13/2005 - The disappearance and death of an elderly Hearne man appear to be headed to the cold case file. Hearne police say they've exhausted all leads in the search for Ray Foster during the past 3 weeks.

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Bryan Hopes New Theater Bucks Ticket Trend

Updated: 07/14/2005 - Numerous studies show more people are renting and buying DVDs instead of going to the theaters. But Bryan hopes the market is there despite Hollywood's hardships. Their new theater's future is that much brighter.

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Africa Mission Trip

Updated: 07/13/2005 - Two employees from the College Station Medical Center have just returned from a medical mission trip in Africa. They were able to make an impact on the orphanage they helped, and gain a new perspective on life.

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