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Changes to Tax Laws Could Help You This Season

Updated: 01/03/2005 - The holiday season may be over, but a new season is just beginning. But it won't be bringing merriment and joy. That's right, it's tax time once again.

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CS School Superintendent Search is On

Updated: 01/03/2005 - There are a lot of options for College Station Independent School District in their search for a new superintendent. Monday night, the school board listened to a number of possibilities on how to conduct the search.

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Grimes County Budget Fix

Updated: 01/03/2005 - Grimes County is spending more money than it is making and the county auditor has a plan to fix it this year.

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Bush: Disaster Aid to Be Congress Priority

Updated: 01/03/2005 - President Bush, pledging to work with new members of the House and Senate, said Monday the first order of business for Congress will be to approve disaster aid for the millions of people in South Asia.

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One-of-a-Kind Texas Snowball for Sale

Updated: 01/03/2005 - One Aggie is looking to make a profit on the rare snow storms Texas has seen. You, too, could own your very own, genuine snowball.

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Former Presidents to Raise Disaster Funds

Updated: 01/03/2005 - President Bush has called upon former Presidents Bush and Clinton to lead fund-raising efforts in America for the Southeast Asian nations devestated by last week's tsunami.

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One Week Later, Relief Pours In

Updated: 01/02/2005 - It's been one week since one of the biggest natural disasters in history. International aid promised to the region has topped $2 billion as the death toll rises towards 150,000.

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Texas National Guard Prepares for Iraq

Updated: 01/01/2005 - The largest deployment of Texas troops since World War II got a hero's sendoff in Waco Saturday. Governor Rick Perry and Senator John Cornyn attended the ceremony.

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Franchione's Contract To Be Restructured

Updated: 01/01/2005 - Before Texas A&M's loss to Tennesse in the Cotton Bowl, Aggie Athletic Director Bill Byrne said a contract extension and raise were in the works for head coach Dennis Franchione.

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Not-So-Happy New Year for the Aggies

Updated: 01/01/2005 - The Tennessee Volunteers scored early and often in the 2005 Cotton Bowl, defeating Texas A&M 38-7 and stunning the pro-Aggie crowd in Dallas.

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Rains, Aftershocks Hamper Tsunami Cleanup

Updated: 01/01/2005 - New Year's celebrations were muted across Southeast Asia. Over $1 billion of aid has been donated. The confirmed death toll stands at just over 123,000 as of Saturday morning.

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America Rings In 2005

Updated: 01/01/2005 - As the ball dropped in Times Square to mark the beginning of the new year, Americans took time out from the celebrations to remember those fighting in Iraq and struggling in Southeast Asia.

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Diner Saved From Demolition

Updated: 12/31/2004 - Only about 2,500 stainless steel diners left from the 1940's and 50's. There are many replicas but the true relics are often demolished.

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World Tsunami Relief Drive Kicks In

Updated: 12/31/2004 - Two U.S. aircraft carrier battle groups loaded with supplies headed for tsunami-ravaged coasts Friday and a military cargo jet brought aid to Indonesia, as a huge world relief drive to shelter, treat and feed millions of survivors kicked in. The death toll passed 121,000 and was still climbing.

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Argentina Club Fire Kills at Least 174

Updated: 12/31/2004 - A fire that raced through a packed Buenos Aires nightclub during a rock concert killed at least 174 concert-goers and injured about 410, and investigators were looking into survivor accounts that the building's emergency exits were locked.

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Brenham Daycare Raises Money for Tsunami Survivors

Updated: 12/30/2004 - The playground at the Toy Box Daycare in Brenham is quiet, no children in site. A far cry from South Asia, where residents are picking up the pieces from last weekend's deadly tidal wave.

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Drunk Driving PSAs Are Effective

Updated: 12/30/2004 - As we approach New Year's weekend, public service announcements are hitting the airwaves to try and prevent drinking and driving this holiday.

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Credit Card Sticker Shock

Updated: 12/30/2004 - If you're dreading those holiday bills, chances are you spent too much, but mounting credit card debt can be managed with a little creativity.

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26 Dead After Attack on U.S. Post in Mosul

Updated: 12/30/2004 - Insurgents tried to ram a truck with half a ton of explosives into a U.S. military post in the northern city of Mosul on Thursday then ambushed reinforcements in a huge gunbattle in which 25 rebels and one American soldier were killed. Warplanes fired missiles and strafed gunmen during the fight.

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WHO: 5 Million Lack Basic Supplies

Updated: 12/30/2004 - Up to five million people in the tsunami-struck Indian Ocean region lack access to the basic supplies they need to stay alive, such as clean water, shelter, food, sanitation and health care, the United Nations health agency said Thursday.

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Recycle Your Christmas Tree

Updated: 12/29/2004 - If your Christmas tree is dry and loosing needles, it might be time to throw it out, but before you do, you should know that recycling it will save space in our landfill.

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Crews Respond to Sewage Spill in Bryan

Updated: 12/29/2004 - What could have been a big mess, is now cleaned up. Several hundred thousand gallons of sewage spilled near a Bryan mobile home park.

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Bryan Planners Are Revising Off-Street Parking Ordinance

Updated: 12/30/2004 - The off-street parking ordinance prohibits parking or storing vehicles and trailers on grass or dirt in front yards. The Bryan City Council and the Planning and Zoning Commission have asked staff to revise the ordinance so it'll be easier to enforce.

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