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Sign Language for Babies

Updated: 02/14/2005 - If you've ever had trouble communicating with your child, maybe you should try a different language. Little ones at Texas A&M's Children's Center are learning sign language and teachers say their "signs" speak louder than words.

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Tyler Varvel Remembered

Updated: 02/14/2005 - Monday was the first day back at school for Franklin students since the loss of their classmate, 14-year-old Tyler Varvel. And it's been only days since Varvel's family lost their youngest son to a staph infection.

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Verizon Swoops in on MCI

Updated: 02/14/2005 - MCI is answering a call from Verizon Communications to combine in a deal valued at six-point-seven billion dollars in stock and cash.

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Child Left Alone

Updated: 02/14/2005 - A 21-year-old woman has been jailed on charges she left her six-year-old child alone while she went out.

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Two Die In Madison County Crash

Updated: 02/14/2005 - Two people were killed and several others injured in a crash late Sunday on Highway 75, three miles south of Madisonville.

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Shiites Tally Most Iraqi Votes

Updated: 02/13/2005 - Iraq's majority Shiite Muslims won nearly half the votes in the nation's landmark Jan. 30 election, giving the long-oppressed group significant power but not enough to form a government on its own, according to results released Sunday.

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"The Gates" Adds Color to NYC

Posted: 02/12/2005 - With flowing fabric the color of a sunrise, "The Gates" -- a massive public art installation in Central Park -- was unfurled Saturday for the start of a 16-day stay transforming miles of footpaths in Central Park.

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A New Dean of the Democrats

Updated: 02/12/2005 - He fell short in his bid to become the Democratic nominee for president, but Howard Dean will now take the reins of the party itself. Saturday, Dean accepted the job of chairman of the DNC.

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Franklin Boy with Staph Infection Dies

Updated: 02/12/2005 - Doctors determined Saturday that Tyler Varvel would not be able to survive complications from a staph infection he developed last month. Saturday afternoon, life support was discontinued, and Varvel died peacefully with his family by his side.

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Rural Counties Work Toward HAVA Compliance

Updated: 02/11/2005 - The Help America Vote Act of 2002 states that after January 1, 2006, punch card ballots or mechanical lever voting machines may not be used in elections. Also, each precinct must have a voting system that's accessible for the disabled and visually impaired.

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Farm Subsidies Could Be Cut

Updated: 02/11/2005 - President Bush's proposed trillion dollar budget is raising the eyebrows of some farmers. That's because it proposes cutting farm subsidies. Most subsidies are paid to large farm operators growing crops like rice, cotton, and grains.

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Top Ten Percent Rule

Updated: 02/11/2005 - Eight years ago the Top Ten Percent rule allowed Texas Schools to automatically admit students at the head of their high school class.

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Arthur Miller Dead at 89

Updated: 02/11/2005 - The man who created Willy Loman of "Death of a Salesman" has died.

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Cut to COPS Program Should Not Affect Local Law Enforcement

Updated: 02/10/2005 - When President Bush unveiled his $2.57 trillion federal budget this week, it contained more than $400 million in cuts to the COPS program, a program Bryan has used in the past to put three resource officers at the high school.

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Medical Center Bed Towers

Updated: 02/10/2005 - Thursday was a big day for College Station's Medical Center, as the hospital unveiled a new bed tower. This new addition allows the center to treat and better care for patients, and it may even help attract new doctors.

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Locals Design HGTV Dream Home

Updated: 02/11/2005 - Two local companies are the brains behind portions of the HGTV Dream Home 2005.

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Bryan Man Convicted of Exposure to a Child

Updated: 02/10/2005 - A Brazos County Jury sent a convicted sex offender back to prison. Don Terrell was found guilty of indecency with a child by exposure. Last November a jury deadlocked on the case, but Thursday a jury found him guilty within an hour.

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UT Regents Propose Bid for Bush Library

Updated: 02/10/2005 - The University of Texas System is joining the handful of institutions seeking to be the home of President Bush's presidential library.

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'Cured' Pope Leaves Rome Hospital

Updated: 02/10/2005 - Pope John Paul II left the hospital in his white popemobile Thursday, declared "cured" of breathing spasms that left him bedridden for 10 days and rekindled debate about his ability to continue leading the Roman Catholic Church.

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Report: FAA Had 52 Pre-9/11 Warnings

Updated: 02/10/2005 - The Federal Aviation Administration received repeated warnings in the months prior to Sept. 11, 2001, about al-Qaida and its desire to attack airlines, according to a previously undisclosed report by the commission that investigated the terror attacks.

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