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Former Child Slave and Orphan Adopted; Begins First Grade in CS

Updated: 08/26/2013 - Nearly one year ago, News 3's Nicole Morten traveled to Ghana, Africa for her special investigative report on Child Trafficking. Last September a local non-profit organization called Mercy Project rescued 24 kids who were forced into slavery. One of those kids was adopted and now calls College Station home.

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Elections Set for B/CS in 2013

Updated: 08/27/2013 - Filing for the November 5 elections in College Station and Bryan concluded Monday evening. In all, there will be six contested elections for city council and school board trustee positions, along with a school bond election.

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Foreign Exchange Students Settle into Bremond High School

Updated: 08/26/2013 - The halls of Bremond ISD echoed voices of nervous energy as students stepped back into classrooms, but imagine waking into school in a different country. Monday morning, two foreign exchange students took their first steps into an American high school.

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Hotel Numbers Rising in Bryan Ahead of Football Rush

Updated: 08/26/2013 - For eight of the next twelve weekends, finding a hotel around these parts is going to be just a little bit difficult as Texas A&M gets set to kick off its much-anticipated season, but numbers from earlier this year show promise as well.

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News 3 at Noon: Kolache Festival

Posted: 08/26/2013 - Louemma Polansky, the Kolache Festival Chairman from the Burleson County Chamber of Commerce, joined News 3 at Noon on Monday to talk about the 29th annual Caldwell Kolache Festival. It will take place Saturday, September 14 in Caldwell.

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With Kids Back to School, Be Cautious on the Roads

Updated: 08/25/2013 - With many students heading back to school Monday, the Department of Public Safety is reminding all drivers to keep an eye out for kids walking to and from classes and buses.

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Retired Houston Firefighter Turns 100 In Brenham

Updated: 10/28/2013 - Elo Fehmer turned 100 years old Saturday. Fehmer served the City of Houston for 36 years. His son Bill followed in his footsteps and became a second generation firefighter. Friends and family from all across the country gathered in Brenham at St. Mary's Catholic Church to celebrate the life of Fehmer.

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