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New Drug Court for Brazos County

Updated: 12/03/2004 - Repeat drug and alcohol offenders in Brazos County now have another chance to get clean, thanks to a new Drug Court.

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Government Urges Families to Get Ready

Updated: 12/03/2004 - The message from federal and local government has always been clear; be ready for anything. Now, the Department of Homeland Security is launching a new ad campaign that targets families and asks the question, "What would you do if terrorists attack?"

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Task Force Needs More Time

Updated: 12/02/2004 - The task force assigned by Texas A&M University to investigate the deadly July apartment explosion wants more time before it presents its findings.

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40 Percent in U.S. Use Prescription Drugs

Updated: 12/02/2004 - More than 40 percent of Americans take at least one prescription drug and one-in-six takes at least three, the government reported Thursday.

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FDA Advisers Vote Against Female Sex Drug

Updated: 12/02/2004 - A hormone patch that works to restore a woman's sex drive should not be approved until more studies are completed to determine the drug's risks, federal health advisers said Thursday.

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Kerik Named to Lead Homeland Security

Updated: 12/02/2004 - President Bush has chosen former New York police commissioner Bernard Kerik, who helped oversee the city's response to the Sept. 11 attacks, to run the Department of Homeland Security, a senior administration official said Thursday.

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Ammonia Leak Forces Evacuation

Updated: 12/02/2004 - No word on what caused an ammonia leak in Bryan that sent nearly 20 to the hospital Thursday. It happened just before 8 Thursday morning at Sanderson Farms Processing Plant.

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Neb. Governor Chosen for Agriculture Post

Updated: 12/02/2004 - President Bush on Thursday selected Nebraska Gov. Mike Johanns, a Republican attorney who grew up on an Iowa dairy farm, as secretary of Agriculture to oversee the nation's farm and food programs.

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U.S. to Boost Iraq Forces to Highest Level

Updated: 12/02/2004 - With the insurgency still a threat to Iraq's planned elections, the U.S. force is about to expand to its highest level of the war — even higher than the initial invading force in March 2003.

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Wild Horses From Nevada Need New Homes

Updated: 12/02/2004 - The horses come by the dozens from over 1,000 miles away. Severe drought and wild fires in Nevada have left them starving.

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Execution Postponed: Family Speaks Out

Updated: 12/02/2004 - Frances Newton believes the person who killed her family is still out there. 39-year-old Newton is holding out hope that her innocence will be proven.

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Architecture Students Design Hospitals

Updated: 12/02/2004 - Could some Texas A&M students hold the key to the hospitals of the future? They might, says U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Richard Carmona.

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Madisonville Police Chase

Updated: 12/01/2004 - Two suspects accused of ramming a Madisonville police car are behind bars while one man is still on the run tonight.

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Perry Agrees to Delay Newton's Execution

Updated: 12/01/2004 - Gov. Rick Perry stopped the execution of Frances Newton on Wednesday, agreeing with a rare recommendation from the parole board that she should be temporarily spared from lethal injection for the slayings of her husband and two children.

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Fire at First American

Updated: 12/01/2004 - First American Bank employees got a big scare Wednesday morning when a fire broke out that spread to the roof of their headquarters on Texas Avenue.

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Remains of a Missing Man Found After 19 Years of Searching

Updated: 12/01/2004 - Philip Sprague had been missing for almost two decades. The Sprague case was featured last May as part of collaborative effort between KBTX-TV News 3 and the Bryan College Station Eagle. The search for Sprague ended in a muddy field Tuesday.

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Ridge Resigns Homeland Security Post

Updated: 11/30/2004 - Tom Ridge, the nation's first homeland security secretary, announced Tuesday that he is resigning after three years of reworking American security and presiding over color-coded terror alerts. He's the seventh Bush Cabinet officer leaving so far.

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Bryan ISD Bond Election

Updated: 12/01/2004 - Bryan's school board believes it has come up with a solution the district's overcrowding problems. But is the price tag too high for some?

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Sex Bracelets

Updated: 11/30/2004 - What were once considered friendship bracelets among middle and high school students are now being worn as a sex game.

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Parole Board Recommends Execution Delay for Newton

Updated: 11/30/2004 - The Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles Tuesday recommended a delay in Wednesday's scheduled execution of Frances Newton. The panel is urging Gov. Rick Perry to delay the Houston woman's execution for 120 days.

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Bush Seeks to Warm Up Chilly Canadian Relations

Updated: 11/30/2004 - President Bush has arrived in Canada for a two-day visit aimed at repairing ties frayed by the Iraq war. Air Force One landed outside Ottawa at mid-morning, and the president went straight to a meeting with Prime Minister Paul Martin.

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Police Arrest Soldier, Another Man in Dance Club Killings

Updated: 11/30/2004 - A disgruntled former strip club employee and a Fort Hood soldier have been arrested in the slayings of four people over the weekend in violence that erupted after the worker was fired from the club, authorities said.

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