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U.S. Report: Iraq Didn't Have WMDs

Updated: 10/07/2004 - Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction programs had deteriorated into only hopes and dreams by the time of the U.S.-led invasion last year, a decline wrought by the first Gulf War and years of international sanctions, the chief U.S. weapons hunter found.

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DeLay's Ethics

Posted: 10/07/2004 - The House ethics committee unanimously concluded yesterday that Majority Leader Tom DeLay appeared to link political donations to a legislative favor and improperly persuaded U-S aviation authorities to intervene in a Texas political dispute.

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Testimony Continues in the Enron Trial

Posted: 10/07/2004 - Enron's former treasurer turned convicted felon said he always thought frenzied sale of three barges to Merrill Lynch and Company at the end of 1999 was "blatantly wrong."

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Town Hall Meeting

Updated: 10/07/2004 - The topic of education was front and center at the City of Bryan Town Hall meeting Wednesday night.

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Report Shows Texas Could Ban Abortion

Updated: 10/06/2004 - A report by a political activist group shows that Texas is among a number of states that could ban abortion within the next year. Local groups comment on both sides of the issue.

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Atmos Energy Acquires TXU Gas

Updated: 10/06/2004 - Your gas bill might look a little different in a few months. Atmos Energy has bought out TXU Gas.

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Random Drug Testing

Updated: 10/06/2004 - After much debate, Cameron school board members decided to approve random drug testing for all students involved in extra-curricular activities. The testing started this fall, and so far the district is very happy with the results.

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Flu Shots Limited

Updated: 10/06/2004 - The ripple effect of the flu vaccine shortage is finding its way to the Brazos Valley.

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Husband Run Over

Posted: 10/06/2004 - Lawyers for a woman convicted of running over her husband outside the hotel where they married a decade earlier planned to take her case to an appeals panel today.

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Bush's National Guard Duty

Posted: 10/06/2004 - Recently released records show President Bush was on "no-fly" status for his last active-duty days.

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Petty Politics

Posted: 10/06/2004 - Stolen yard signs, congressional mailing rules and even the font size used on a campaign mailer. Those are some of the issues that have emerged in one of the most expensive congressional races in the country -- where money buys some pretty cheap shots.

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Enron Assistant Treasurer Pleads Guilty

Updated: 10/06/2004 - A former assistant treasurer at Enron says he is guilty of conspiracy. Timothy DeSpain, assistant treasurer at Houston-based Enron from 1999 to 2002, entered the plea on Tuesday. He's accused of making Enron's financial picture appear rosier than it really was.

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Texas Execution

Updated: 10/06/2004 - Killer Edward Green the third was executed Tuesday night for the murder of two people. Another execution is set for today.

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Rodney Dangerfield Dies

Updated: 10/06/2004 - Rodney Dangerfield, the bug-eyed comic whose self-deprecating one-liners brought him stardom in clubs, television and movies and made his lament "I don't get no respect" a catchphrase, died Tuesday. He was 82.

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Cheney and Edwards Go Toe to Toe in Debate

Updated: 10/06/2004 - Vice President Dick Cheney accused the Democratic presidential ticket Tuesday night of turning against the Iraq war for political gain. "We need a fresh start" countered Sen. John Edwards in campaign debate, accusing the administration of mismanaging the conflict.

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Flu Shots Are Slim

Updated: 10/06/2004 - One local medical center is being affected by a British flu vaccine supplier shutting down. Half of the vaccines in the U-S will not be available.

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Navasota ISD Revamps School Bond Proposal

Updated: 10/05/2004 - Navasota school board officials will put three new bond proposals on a December 11 ballot. It will be the second attempt to try to pass funding for a new elementary school.

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Huntsville Hospital Changing Hands

Posted: 10/05/2004 - Leadership at Huntsville Memorial Hospital is changing hands. The hospital will now be managed by the Memorial Hermann Healthcare System.

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Getting Students on Track

Updated: 10/05/2004 - Huntsville's school district is giving troublesome students their last chance to straighten up. SCIP, which stands for Structured Compliance Intervention Program, is a partnership between the schools and the city, aimed at keeping students off the streets and in the classroom.

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College Station Kidnapping

Updated: 10/05/2004 - Four people are behind bars accused of kidnapping an Arkansas woman. The woman told police the suspects picked her up in College Station and took her to a home near Magnolia in Montgomery County.

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Montgomery County Teen Murdered

Updated: 10/05/2004 - A 19-year-old Montgomery County woman is dead after being shot in the chest. Police believe at least two men entered the Briarcrest Apartments in southern Montgomery County Monday night, and hit one resident on the head with a pistol.

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WTAW Drops CBS Programming

Updated: 10/05/2004 - A local NewsTalk radio station is pulling the plug on CBS programming. According to General Manager Ben Downs, WTAW has given CBS Radio 90 days notice about the change.

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Fifteen-year-old Murder Witness Takes the Stand

Updated: 10/05/2004 - A Grimes County man admits to murder but says it was defense. In opening arguments, Defense Attorney David Barron says his client, 36-year-old Rodney Gray was only trying to protect two young girls when he shot 30-year-old Jeffrey Pierce last March.

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