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Sweet Drinks Linked to Preschool Obesity

Updated: 02/07/2005 - Sweet drinks — whether Kool-Aid with sugar or all-natural apple juice — seem to raise the risk of pudgy preschoolers getting fatter, new research suggests. That may come as a surprise to parents who pride themselves on seeking out fruit drinks with no added sugar.

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Aggie Grad Student Found Dead

Updated: 10/28/2006 - A Texas A&M student was found dead Monday morning in a chemistry lab. University Police are in the early stages of their investigation, and closed off portions of the chemistry building for four hours this morning.

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Pope to Remain in Hospital a Few More Days

Updated: 02/07/2005 - Pope John Paul II will remain hospitalized a few more days as a precaution, the Vatican said Monday, and the Holy See's No. 2 official for the first time publicly addressed the issue of a possible papal resignation.

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Bush Sends Congress $2.5 Trillion Budget

Updated: 02/07/2005 - President Bush is sending Congress a $2.5 trillion spending plan, constrained by war and record deficits, that seeks to slash spending in a number of popular programs from farm subsidies to poor people's health care.

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Hawk Shot In Bryan, Man Arrested

Updated: 10/28/2006 - A local bird rehabiltation center is hoping to save the life of a red-winged hawk that was allegedly shot by a Bryan man on Sunday.

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Aggie Killed In Afghan Crash

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Bryan residents J.C. and Pat Humphries found out early Friday morning thier son, Mark, was on the plane that crashed in Afghanistan the day before.

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Pope Delivers Sunday Message

Updated: 02/07/2005 - Pope John Paul II, determined to show the faithful he is recovering from his latest health crisis, appeared in an open hospital window Sunday and vowed to continue his mission despite his age and mounting medical troubles.

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Patriots Go Back-to-Back

Updated: 02/07/2005 - Dynasties don't have to be perfect or pretty. They just have to win - like the New England Patriots. The Patriots won their third Super Bowl in four years with a dominant second half Sunday night, wearing down the Philadelphia Eagles 24-21.

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Big Pizza Sales for a Big Game

Updated: 02/07/2005 - Usually, a rainy day is a blessing for pizza companies. There isn't much that could make it any better for the deliverers of pepperoni pies than weather that keeps people indoors...except for one thing.

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Arson Fire Leads To Arrest

Updated: 02/06/2005 - A man who told police he was trying to kill himself has been arrested in connection with Friday's fire at a Bryan apartment building.

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Showing Aggieland Ethics to Youngsters

Updated: 10/28/2006 - A student group at Texas A&M hopes to teach free enterprise to their community in creative ways. Saturday, after months of preparation, those Aggies got their chance.

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Charge Dropped Against Abu Ghraib Guard

Updated: 02/05/2005 - After a defense motion and with agreement from the prosecution, the judge in the Fort Hood trial of one of the Abu Ghraib prison guards has been dropped. The maximum punishment for the guard is now under seven years.

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Insurgents Continue Attacks Post-Election

Updated: 02/05/2005 - With final election results just five days away, Iraqi insurgents continued their assault, with 23 people killed Saturday, including two U.S. soldiers. Shiite representatives are leading in early vote counts.

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Couple Accused of Torturing Five Children

Updated: 02/05/2005 - Authorities in Utah jailed a Florida couple accused of subjecting five of their children to torture, including ripping out their toenails and electric shocks. The children were among seven the couple had adopted.

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Over 100 Killed in Afghan Plane Crash

Updated: 02/05/2005 - Rescue teams are combing mountains east of Kabul for any signs of survivors after a 737 crashed. The plane disappeared from radar Thursday afternoon. Three Americans were believed to be on-board.

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Aggie Researcher Found Dead

Updated: 10/28/2006 - The body of an A&M researcher missing since Thursday has been found. Rick Rogers, Jr was discovered off the Aransas Bay in South Texas Friday.

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Stars and Stripes by Day, Just Stripes by Night

Updated: 02/05/2005 - Sometimes, being a high school referee is a thankless job. But one local ref has a day job that we all can be thankful for. One man's hobby here at home helped so many soldiers overseas.

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Texas A&M Executive Vice President and Provost Back from Trip

Updated: 10/28/2006 - Texas A&M Executive Vice President and Provost, David Prior participated in the conference sponsored by the Thailand government. The group discussed post-tsunami rehabilitation and the development of a regional tsunami early-waring system.

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Some Aren't Happy With Atmos Energy's Rate Increase Proposal

Updated: 02/04/2005 - Atmos Energy, formerly TXU, wants to raise the gas bills of all its residential customers by 31 cents a month. New legislation allows Atmos to adjust rates annually to reflect the investment the company has made to infrastructure over the past couple years.

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Bonfire Memorial DVD on Sale

Updated: 02/04/2005 - A DVD set featuring complete coverage of the Bonfire Memorial from KBTX-TV and The Bryan-College Station Eagle is now available.

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Crack Down on Northgate Jaywalking

Updated: 02/04/2005 - 6th Street and Northgate will now have more in common. College Station Police are planning on shutting down College Main on busy nights because of jay walkers.

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Aggies Survive Semester at Sea

Updated: 10/28/2006 - The 700 college students who signed up for a semester at sea, had no idea they would encounter an almost Titanic-like scenario. Two weeks into a three month voyage, these college students learned a little more than they expected.

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Female Journalist Kidnapped in Baghdad

Updated: 02/04/2005 - Gunmen seized an Italian journalist in central Baghdad on Friday in a hail of gunfire after she had been interviewing people who fled the U.S. assault last year on the Sunni insurgent stronghold of Fallujah, officials and colleagues said.

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