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Could High Gas Prices Change Your Summer Travel?

Updated: 03/07/2005 - It seems like yesterday that we watched gas prices go down. Those days are over. As summer vacation time rolls around, you may start staring at those gas signs while making your plans. Travel agents are paying attention, too.

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Bryan Woman Reported Missing

Updated: 03/08/2005 - The disappearance of a Bryan woman three days ago is turning out to be a mystery. Police say they have no leads, and there is no evidence to suggest foul play. It's almost as if Cynthia Wallace just disappeared.

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Judge Davis Takes Case to Lawmakers

Updated: 03/07/2005 - Brazos County District Judge Rick Davis vowed to put a judicial reprimand behind him, when he ran for re-election.

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Lone Star Card Accepted at More Places

Updated: 03/07/2005 - The Lone Star card was a way to help low income Texans buy groceries. Now the program has expanded to offer more choices for card holders.

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Milk Myth?

Updated: 03/07/2005 - For years we've heard that "milk does a body good." But a recent study is questioning the truth behind the popular slogan.

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Jackson Trial Continues

Updated: 03/07/2005 - The brother of Michael Jackson's accuser offered the most explicit testimony so far at Jackson's child molestation trial.

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Texas Independence Remembered

Updated: 03/07/2005 - Does March 2, 1836, ring a bell? If it does, you know your Texas history. There are some who hold that date in as high a regard as they do July 4, 1776. An historic 17 days in 1836 were remembered fondly Sunday.

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Country Singer Supernaw Jailed Again

Updated: 03/06/2005 - There's new trouble for Bryan-born country music star Doug Supernaw. The 44-year-old singer who calls Austin County home is in the Brazos County jail charged with evading arrest and public Intoxication.

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Historic Unveiling of Counterintelligence Plan

Updated: 03/05/2005 - As part of the two-day counterintelligence conference at the Bush School, the nation's CI executive unveiled the first unclassified national strategy for counterintelligence in US history.

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Legislature Could Take Away Earmarked A&M Millions

Updated: 10/28/2006 - News 3 has learned of an effort underway in Austin to take some $20 million away from Texas A&M. If successful, students could, at worst, get hit with yet another tuition increase.

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CSPD Investigation Nets Alleged Drug Dealer

Updated: 03/06/2005 - College Station Police made a pair of arrests Friday night concerning drug possession as part of an on-going investigation. Over 20 grams of cocaine was netted. More arrests are possible.

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Davis Seeks Judicial Conduct Overhaul

Updated: 03/04/2005 - A local district judge was in Austin earlier this week urging legislative support for a bill that would change policies of the judicial conduct commission. Davis was reprimanded by that group three years ago.

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Madisonville Teacher Under Investigation

Updated: 03/04/2005 - Female teachers romantically involved with male students -- a disturbing national trend that's been making headlines at schools across the country. Now it appears it may have happened here in the Brazos Valley.

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Holbrooke: Ethnic Conflict "Most Complicated Issue"

Updated: 03/04/2005 - The man responsible for ending the conflict in Bosnia in the 1990s spoke at Texas A&M, calling ethnic conflict throughout the world the most complicated issue, and one of the three most-pressing.

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Shelter Awarded Seized Horses

Updated: 03/04/2005 - A Brazos County Judge had the final say Friday in a week-long controversy over animal cruelty. All nine horses seized by the Brazos Animal Shelter two weeks ago will not be returned to their owner, Dr. Jim Sourses.

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Intrusion Sensors to Monitor Borders

Updated: 03/04/2005 - Imagine an invisible line stretching along the Mexican border. Any person or vehicle that crosses the line trips a signal that tells authorities exactly where you are.

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Bush Talks Social Security

Updated: 03/04/2005 - President Bush is lashing out at his Social Security foes, saying they're using "scare tactics" and trying to thwart his plans, for political gain.

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Martha Stewart Released from Prison

Updated: 03/04/2005 - Martha Stewart is back at her one hundred fifty-three acre New York estate after serving five months in a West Virginia prison for lying about a stock sale.

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Plastic Recycling on the Decline

Updated: 03/03/2005 - When you think about recycling, newspapers and aluminum cans may come to mind. But there's something you may buy everyday that's not being recycled enough.

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