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Friends React after 2 Found Dead in Rubble during House Fire in Deanville

Updated: 01/08/2014 - An update now on a story we first told you about last night at 10 on a father and son whose bodies were found in the rubble of a house fire in Deanville. That's in Burleson County, about 10 miles southwest of Caldwell. Still no word on whether the father and son were killed by the fire, or died before the fire started.

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Police: Man Pulls Knife, Stabs Nurse

Updated: 01/07/2014 - A College Station Medical Center nurse is recovering after, police said, he was stabbed in the chest early Tuesday morning.

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Crowd of Kids Ambush Bryan Convenience Store, Charges Pending

Updated: 01/17/2014 - It could only be described as 20 minutes of mayhem when a crowd of kids ransacked a Bryan convenience store last Saturday night. The store clerk at the Chevron Food Mart at William J. Bryan and Highway 21 says the kids swarmed the place, vandalizing and stealing a number of things.

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World's Largest Gingerbread House Benefits Habitat for Humanity

Posted: 01/07/2014 - It raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for St. Joseph Hospital in Bryan and brought joy to countless children this holiday season. Now the world's largest gingerbread house is making an impact on less fortunate families in our community.

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Bryan Man Arrested After Threatening to Kill Officer

Updated: 01/07/2014 - After his arrest, police say Chen He kicked the passenger window of the patrol car and yelled, "I'll kill you." He also told the officer that he would kill him and his whole family would die before being arrested.

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Latest Cold Snap Brings Record Temperatures to the Brazos Valley

Updated: 01/07/2014 - A strong cold front entered the Brazos Valley Sunday, bringing some of the coldest air the Brazos Valley has experienced since February 2011. Record lows were recorded Monday -- along with very cold afternoon daytime highs.

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ERCOT Urges Texans to Conserve Energy as Freezing Temps Move in

Updated: 01/06/2014 - The frigid temperatures across Texas are straining the state's electric transmission grid. The cold knocked out two power plants in north-central Texas. The Electric Reliability Council of Texas early Monday morning asked customers to cut back on power usage to avoid rolling black-outs.

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