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Salvation Army Broken Into Again

Posted: 12/19/2004 - For the third time since it moved to their new location on Cavitt Street in Bryan, the Brazos County Salvation Army was broken into, and anywhere from $10,000 to $15,000 was stolen.

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60 Years Later, Bulge Vets Honored

Updated: 12/19/2004 - Wearing their old uniforms, US veterans of the largest land battle in American history were honored. It was a windy, snowy day in Belgium, much like it was six decades ago.

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Billion Dollars Awarded in Spam Case

Updated: 12/19/2004 - Ten million spam e-mails each day was enough for one Internet service provider, who won what is believed to be a record judgment in his federal case against spammers.

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Bush Again Time's Person of the Year

Updated: 12/19/2004 - Because of his hard-fought election victory and his leadership in the war on terror, President Bush has been named Time magazine's Person of the Year for the second time.

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Holy Cities Feel Pre-Election Violence

Updated: 12/19/2004 - One of the most violent days in Iraq sees dozens killed in two separate car bombings, as well as a deadly ambush of election officials in Baghdad.

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Baby Survives Being Taken from Mother's Womb

Updated: 12/18/2004 - A Missouri baby cut out of her mother’s womb was found after a frantic search, and authorities arrested the woman they say strangled the mother and stole the child.

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"Chemical Ali" Questioned in Iraqi Trials

Updated: 12/18/2004 - Two of Saddam Hussein's top aides answered questions as criminal proceedings begin for the ousted leader's deputies. Also in Iraq, American contractors are injured in a roadside bombing.

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Trying to Keep from Toying with Young Ears

Updated: 12/17/2004 - As the holiday shopping season winds down, here's a story you may want to listen to. Some toys on the market could provide your kids hours of fun and years of hearing loss.

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Highway 6 Re-Opens

Updated: 12/17/2004 - A major accident shuts down a portion of Highway 6 for nearly four hours. One driver is rushed to the hospital from the scene.

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Bryan Visitor Center May Be Completed in a Year

Updated: 12/17/2004 - The plans for a Bryan visitor center are still only on paper, but things are starting to take shape. The City of Bryan and TxDot will request bids for the facility on Tuesday.

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Red Cross Needs More Blood

Updated: 12/17/2004 - During the holiday season, donating blood can be forgotten in the hustle and bustle of all that's going on. That's why American Red Cross wants to remind people to give the gift of life at this time of year.

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Brazos County Soldiers Arrive in Fort Hood

Updated: 12/17/2004 - Just before 5 p.m. Friday, the 420th Engineering Brigade, a Bryan-based U.S. Army Reserve unit, landed on American soil following a year long duty in Iraq.

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First American Bank Headquarters to Move

Posted: 12/17/2004 - A local banking institution is heading to the metroplex. Citigroup has filed with regulators to move its headquarters from Bryan to Dallas-Fort Worth.

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Bush Signs Intelligence Overhaul Bill

Updated: 12/17/2004 - President Bush on Friday signed into law the largest overhaul of U.S. intelligence gathering in 50 years, hoping to improve the spy network that failed to prevent the Sept. 11 attacks.

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B.I.S.D Informs Voters About Bond Package

Updated: 12/16/2004 - The number of students at Bryan High School is nearing full capacity. The school district's solution includes $46 million of taxpayer money to build a second high school.

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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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