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House Bill 184

Updated: 12/16/2004 - Before the Texas legislature even begins its 2005 session, school finance has already become one of the toughest issues facing the state body. But one local representative believes he's found a solution to the state-wide budget crunch. A proposed bill could change the shape of Texas school districts.

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Holiday Shoplifting

Updated: 12/16/2004 - Tis the season for holiday shopping. Malls and shops are packed with people looking for that perfect gift. But amongst the shoppers looking for deals, there are thieves looking to steal. But stores are cracking down.

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Saddam, Defense Lawyer Meet for 1st Time

Updated: 12/16/2004 - Former dictator Saddam Hussein met with a lawyer Thursday for the first time since his capture a year ago, officials said. Insurgents, meanwhile, killed three paramilitary police and a government official in Baghdad.

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Bush: Social Security Reform Needed Now

Updated: 12/16/2004 - President Bush said Thursday that "now is the time to confront Social Security " to deal with a projected $3.7 trillion, 75-year shortfall and give younger workers the ability to invest some of their contributions into personal accounts.

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Alleged Bin Laden Tape Praises Attack

Updated: 12/16/2004 - A man identified as Osama bin Laden, speaking on an audiotape posted on an Islamic Web site Thursday, praised an attack earlier this month on a U.S. consulate in Saudi Arabia and criticized the Saudi regime as weak and controlled by the United States.

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Food Drive Success

Updated: 12/16/2004 - The 9th annual KBTX Food for Families Food Drive was a success. The drive raised $40,864 and 239,435 pounds of food.

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Military Denies Abuse

Updated: 12/15/2004 - The military publicly denied allegations that its detention centers in Afghanistan left prisoners vulnerable to abuse.

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Accused Murderer Out of Jail

Updated: 12/15/2004 - The man accused of brutally beating his stepson to death is out of jail Wednesday.

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Madisonville Officer Hearing

Updated: 12/16/2004 - There’s no resolution yet on the future of a former Madisonville police officer.

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Sprint Acquires Nextel in $35 Billion Deal

Updated: 12/15/2004 - Telecommunications giant Sprint Corp. is acquiring Nextel Communications Inc. in a $35 billion deal that would create the nation's third largest wireless telephone service provider.

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FCC to Allow Wireless Access on Planes

Updated: 12/15/2004 - Federal regulators voted Wednesday to give airline passengers high-speed Internet connections while they fly. The unanimous vote by the Federal Communications Commission means air travelers could be surfing the Web by 2006.

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A.D.H.D Diagnosis

Updated: 12/14/2004 - From Conserta to Adderall to the more commonly prescribed Ritalin, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, medications are very common these days in schools. ADHD is a condition that develops in children and makes it hard for them to control their behavior or pay attention.

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Grimes County Commissioners Want Rucker Out of Office

Updated: 12/14/2004 - Grimes County Commissioners are now involved in the scandal surrounding the District Clerk. The Commissioner's Court is pushing to get current District Clerk, Wayne Rucker, removed from office.

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Madisonville Sergeant Wants His Job Back

Updated: 12/14/2004 - A Madisonville police sergeant is hoping to get his job back after petitioning an employment appeal to the city. City leaders are willing to listen to his side of the story at their council meeting, even though, they say, no action will be taken.

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Fed Raises Interest Rates to 2.25 Percent

Updated: 12/14/2004 - The Federal Reserve on Tuesday raised interest rates for the fifth time since June and signaled it was likely to keep pushing them higher at a "measured" pace in the new year.

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All the President's Men

Updated: 12/14/2004 - Next month several local law enforcement officers will head to Washington D.C. as extra security for the president's inauguration.

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College Station Police Chief Named

Updated: 12/14/2004 - The city of College Station announced Tuesday afternoon the selection of a new police chief. Westerville, Ohio's current chief, Michael Clancey will take over February 1st.

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Angel Tree Need

Updated: 12/14/2004 - There are over a million charities in the U.S., and the holidays are always a prime time for giving. But locally, one group says people just aren't as interested in giving this year, and the impact is huge.

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Thirty Acres Burned in Robertson County

Updated: 12/14/2004 - Nearly thirty acres of land was destroyed in Robertson County after a brush fire Tuesday morning. It happened on FM 1940, five miles south of New Baden around 11 o'clock.

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Space Heater Blamed For Bryan House Fire

Updated: 12/14/2004 - A family of four is homeless after fire destroyed their home Tuesday morning. It happened around 11 o'clock on McCulloch, just off Highway 21 in Bryan.

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Bombers Strike Baghdad's Green Zone Again

Updated: 12/14/2004 - A suicide car bomber killed seven people when he struck a checkpoint at Baghdad's Green Zone early Tuesday, the second attack in two days at the district that houses Iraq's interim government and the U.S. Embassy, officials said.

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