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Abducted Wal-Mart Clerk's Body Found

Updated: 01/21/2005 - A woman who was abducted from a parking lot while leaving work at a Wal-Mart was found shot to death Friday, police said. A suspect was in custody in Arizona.

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14 Killed in Explosion Near Baghdad Mosque

Updated: 01/21/2005 - A car bomb exploded outside a Shiite mosque in Baghdad Friday where worshippers were celebrating a major Muslim holiday, killing at least 14 people and wounding 40, police and hospital officials said, the country's latest violence in the lead-up to this month's elections.

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Tsunami Expert Shares His Sri Lanka Expedition

Updated: 01/20/2005 - Lynett couldn't believe his eyes when he saw Sri-lanka. He and five engineers from other universities went to the tsunami ravaged coast to measure water levels and survey the damage.

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Juvenile Board Surveys

Updated: 01/20/2005 - The Brazos County Juvenile Board believes it is one step closer to resolving employment issues at juvenile services.

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Beer Keg Registration

Updated: 01/20/2005 - Buying a keg of beer may get more complicated if an Aggie mother has her way. State lawmakers are considering three new bills aimed at curbing underage drinking. One of those places more responsibility on those who purchase kegs.

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Husband Found Guilty

Updated: 01/20/2005 - Thursday, jurors gave a College Station man the maximum sentence for running his wife off the road with his car. Neal Proctor was found guilty of deadly conduct and sentenced to a year in the Brazos County Jail.

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Resident Helps Catch Robbery Suspect

Updated: 01/20/2005 - Authorities in Washington County are investigating a morning bank robbery in the small town of Burton. Residents are still shocked by the bank heist, but the suspect didn't get far.

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U.S. Troops Launch New Raids Around Mosul

Updated: 01/20/2005 - U.S. troops launched fresh raids Thursday around the northern city of Mosul, killing five suspected insurgents, in a bid to rein in guerrillas who have threatened to disrupt upcoming elections. Iraqi forces sealed off main routes into Baghdad a day after a wave of deadly car bombings.

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U.S. to Scale Back Tsunami Relief Efforts

Updated: 01/20/2005 - The U.S. military — the largest group aiding tsunami survivors — said Thursday it will immediately begin scaling back its relief operations. A barrage of gunfire sent survivors diving for cover at a refugee camp in an Indonesian region long torn by a war between separatists and the government.

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Bush Takes Oath of Office for Second Term

Updated: 01/20/2005 - George W. Bush swore the presidential oath for a second term in turbulent times Thursday and issued a sweeping pledge to spread liberty and freedom "to the darkest corners of the world."

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Renting Less and Buying More

Updated: 01/19/2005 - Bryan and College Station has seen a boom in real estate over the past few years from homes to apartments. Experts say people seem to be renting less and buying more.

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New Health Books

Updated: 01/19/2005 - School health education books in Texas are getting a major overhaul after ten years, and the controversy surrounding sex-ed is still on many minds. That's why College Station's school district is asking for parents input on selecting a new health book.

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Wife Stands By Her Man

Updated: 01/19/2005 - Testimony is underway in the trial of a College Station man accused of running his wife off the road with his car. Wednesday his wife testified, not for the prosecution, but in her husband's defense.

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Study: Elderly Gamblers May Bet Too High

Updated: 01/19/2005 - Casino trips and bingo nights may offer retirees a chance for excitement and socializing, but gambling also can prompt elderly gamblers to wager more than they can afford, according to a study.

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Spain's Catholic Church Backs Condoms

Updated: 01/19/2005 - In a substantial shift from traditional policy, the spokesman for the Catholic Church in Spain has said it supports the use of condoms to prevent the spread of AIDS.

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CBS' 'Everybody Loves Raymond' Ends Run

Updated: 01/19/2005 - Don't look for a supersized, super-stuffed final episode of "Everybody Loves Raymond." Television's most popular sitcom will end its nine-year run on May 16 with — get this — a half-hour show, CBS said Tuesday.

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Wave of Car Bombings in Baghdad Kill 12

Updated: 01/19/2005 - A wave of car bombings shook the Iraqi capital Wednesday, killing at least 12 people as rebels stepped up their offensive to block the Jan. 30 national election. Other attacks were reported north and south of the capital, but the U.N. election chief said only a sustained onslaught could stop the ballot.

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Senate Panel Gives Rice Confirmation Nod

Updated: 01/19/2005 - The Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted Wednesday to confirm Condoleezza Rice as secretary of state after two days of hearings in which she faced strenuous Democratic assaults on the Bush administration's handling of Iraq.

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Elderly Drivers

Updated: 01/18/2005 - Recent studies show that senior citizens are the fastest growing population of drivers. They fall second behind teens with the highest number of traffic accident fatalities. So when is it time to quit driving? That's a question many seniors face.

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Ross Volunteers Leave for Washington D.C.

Updated: 01/18/2005 - The Ross Volunteers aren't in Texas anymore. The outfit rose early Tuesday morning to catch a flight out of Easterwood Airport to Washington D.C.

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Another Whooping Cough Case in Bryan Schools

Updated: 01/18/2005 - It's a drill Bryan school officials know all too well. Notifying parents that one of their kid's classmates has contracted a case of pertussis, more commonly known as whooping cough.

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Burleson County Jail Expansion

Updated: 01/18/2005 - Three years and two sheriffs later, the Burleson County Jail is finally complete. It's the solution to overcrowding that has cost taxpayers thousands of dollars a year.

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Hatch to Plead Guilty to Tax Evasion

Updated: 01/18/2005 - Richard Hatch, a Rhode Island resident who became a millionaire when he won the first-ever "Survivor" series, has agreed to plead guilty to two counts of tax evasion, for filing false tax returns.

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