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Drugs in Schools

Updated: 10/19/2004 - It may not get as much attention as it used to, but drugs in schools are still a problem on some local campuses.

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Early Election Voting Begins

Updated: 10/20/2004 - Whether they are for Republicans, Democrats or third parties, the first votes in the 2004 elections were cast Monday as early voting got underway.

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Texas Redistricting Problems

Updated: 10/18/2004 - The Supreme Court handed Democrats a minor victory Monday when it ordered a lower court to reconsider a Texas redistricting plan that could give Republicans six more seats and a stronger hold on their majority in the House of Representatives.

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Renaissance Murder Arrest

Updated: 10/18/2004 - There's been an arrest in Saturday night's murder at the Renaissance Festival. A man who was leaving the Renaissance Festival with his sister was attacked by a group of men following an argument.

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Aggies Beat Oklahoma State

Updated: 10/17/2004 - Reggie McNeal threw two touchdown passes and ran for two more scores as Texas A-and-M beat 16th-ranked Oklahoma State 36-to-20 tonight.

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Murder At Renaissance Festival

Updated: 10/17/2004 - A man was stabbed to death as he and his sister were leaving the Texas Renaissance Festival Saturday night.

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District 17 Candidates Debate

Updated: 10/16/2004 - The much-anticipated debate for the newly-redrawn district covered numerous topics

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Homicide in Burleson County

Updated: 10/15/2004 - A Burleson County woman is gunned down in her own home. And her roommate, a College Station city employee is charged with the murder.

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Brazos Food Bank Needs Help

Updated: 10/16/2004 - During the holidays, we're reminded it's better to give than to receive, but not if you're the Brazos Food Bank.

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Just Hours to Go Before District 17 Debate

Updated: 10/16/2004 - The time is fast approaching. Saturday night, the lights will go up on Arlene Wohlgemuth and Chet Edwards's biggest debate in their race for District 17's seat. For both candidates, it's all about calm reflection at this point.

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Credit Card Fraud Follows Car Burglary

Updated: 10/15/2004 - A vehicle burglary leads to credit card fraud, and now College Station police need your help to catch the criminal.

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Free Do-Not-Call Sign-ups Online

Updated: 10/16/2004 - Now's the time for Texans to sign up for the state's no-call lists for free if they use the Internet.

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Bomber Training Lawsuit

Posted: 10/15/2004 - A federal appeals court says the Air Force has to do another environmental study on a B-One bomber practice route in West Texas.

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Bullock Lawsuit

Posted: 10/15/2004 - Actress Sandra Bullock claims a builder did lousy work on her Lake Austin mansion.

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Foster Care

Posted: 10/15/2004 - Comptroller Carole Keeton Strayhorn wants a crisis management team to improve foster care in Texas.

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Fugitive Heir

Posted: 10/15/2004 - New York real estate heir Robert Durst went right from a Galveston jail into federal custody.

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Duct-Taped Child

Updated: 10/15/2004 - Police say an Alice day-care center has been closed and the facility's operator faces charges after a child was tied up with duct tape.

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U.S. Warplanes Pound Insurgent Stronghold

Updated: 10/15/2004 - U.S. warplanes pounded the insurgent stronghold of Fallujah on Friday, a day after the city's leaders suspended peace talks and rejected the Iraqi government's demands to turn over terror mastermind Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.

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Federal Deficit Surges to Record $413B

Updated: 10/15/2004 - Democrats are blaming President Bush for the record 2004 federal deficit of $413 billion, but Republicans say the figure shows that the economic and budget pictures are brightening.

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Brenham Still Looking to Cut Budget

Updated: 10/14/2004 - Layoffs will likely come after budget cuts in Brenham, but there is still no word on how many people will lose their jobs.

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College Funds Available

Updated: 10/15/2004 - A new study says there is enough federal assistance for college but a large number of students aren't applying for it.

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