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Community Pulls Together for Salerno Family

Updated: 02/08/2013 - COLLEGE STATION, TX -- Members of the College Station community are pulling together an organized effort to help College Station ISD Soccer Coach Stephano Salerno after the loss of his wife Kirsten in a tragic car accident on February 7th.

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Star of the Republic Announces History Fair Winners

Updated: 02/08/2013 - Almost 200 junior high and high school students put their historical knowledge on display Friday at the Brazos Valley Regional History Fair at Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site.

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FEMA Pairs With TEEX Under A New Training Contract

Updated: 02/08/2013 - FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency awarded Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service a contract to provide Urban Search and Rescue training. The contract could bring in $9.8 million dollars for TEEX, if the contract is extended for five years.

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Magnolias First Mardi Gras Celebration

Posted: 02/08/2013 - On Saturday February 9, the City of Magnolia will have its first Mardi Gras which will be similar to Galveston's celebration. Organizers are hoping to make a new Guinness Book of World Records by having 2,000 people to participate in the Dancing Umbrella Parade.

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Magnolia Receives Honor As A Train Town

Updated: 02/08/2013 - The City of Magnolia has been surrounded by the railroads for a hundred and fifty years. The Depot became the center of activity with the economic boom from the trade and commerce. The city is now being honored as an official train town. News 3 visits with a Magnolia resident who has a deep love and commitment to Magnolia and the railroad.

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New Study Compares Stalking, Cyberstalking

Updated: 02/08/2013 - Victims of cyberstalking take more self-protective measures, pay higher out-of-pocket costs to combat the problem and experience greater fear over time than traditional stalking victims, according to Matt Nobles, assistant professor of criminal justice at Sam Houston State University.

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Punishment Phase Begins in Robertson Murder Trial

Updated: 02/08/2013 - A day after finding Stanley Robertson guilty, a Brazos County jury returned to court Friday morning to begin hearing arguments and testimony about the College Station man's punishment for capital murder.

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New Rockdale Grant Program To Revitalize Businesses

Updated: 02/07/2013 - Rockdale businesses have the opportunity to apply for grant money for improvements through the Facade Improvement Incentive program. Business owners can apply with the Rockdale Municipal Development District. The city says it's an effort to promote local business.

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Rockdale Collapse Continues To Go Unresolved

Updated: 02/08/2013 - The city of Rockdale wants to revitalize its downtown, but a structural issue has put its plan on hold. In August a wall collapsed on a downtown building forcing two businesses to close and three to relocate. News 3 talked with business owners and city officials who are working to get business moving again.

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Man From Humble, TX Arrested in Montgomery County for Theft

Posted: 02/07/2013 - Montgomery County Auto Theft Task Force, the South East Texas Auto Theft Task Force-Beaumont, and the Department of Public Safety CID-Beaumont, have made an arrest in a seven month long investigation.

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Hitachi Consulting Partners with Research Valley Partnership to Bring New Jobs to BCS

Updated: 02/07/2013 - Hitachi Consulting, a subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd (TSE: 6501) and a leading provider of IT and Management Consulting solutions and services, today announced that it has chosen Bryan-College Station Texas out of a potential 250 U.S. cities to host a new on-shore IT services delivery center for their global Managed Services business.

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Statue Visitor Center to Hold "Millionth Person" Campaign Kick-Off

Posted: 02/07/2013 - The Sam Houston Statue Visitor Center and Gift Shop is embarking upon a major milestone of celebrating the “millionth person” to sign the guestbook. As of January 31, 2013, a total of 976,182 individuals had signed the guestbook, leaving 23,818 signatures to reach the goal of a million.

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'Inspiring' Writer To Read From Works On Feb. 18

Posted: 02/07/2013 - The Sam Houston State University Master of Fine Arts in creative writing program will welcome to campus multi-genre author and highly regarded teacher Jesse Lee Kercheval on Monday (Feb. 18). Kercheval, the author of more than a dozen books, will give a reading from her work at 6 p.m. in Austin Hall.

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Wednesday's Child: Brynika

Updated: 06/03/2013 - She's a representative of her fourth grade class and she’s already proving she’s more than a leader. Her name is Brynika -- and not only is she beautiful, smart and driven -- she's a girly girl with a heart of gold.

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Sam Houston State University Receives National Recognition

Updated: 02/08/2013 - It's usually cool to say you're a part of history. Sam Houston State University has earned a spot on the List of National Register of Historic Places. Austin Hall is the oldest college building in Texas, having been built in 1852. It's been a mainstay in Huntsville for more than one hundred-fifty years.

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