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November 3rd Red Light Camera Vote Green-Lighted

Posted: 08/27/2009 - After all the legal wrangling, citizen outcry and council discussion, it will now officially be up to the voters of College Station to decide whether red light cameras stay or go.

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BVSO Unveils New Season

Posted: 08/27/2009 - The Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra has unveiled its lineup for its 28th season.

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Column: Edwards on Healthcare Questions

Updated: 08/27/2009 - Over the past two weeks, I have had nearly 30 meetings on health care reform with doctors, nurses, small business owners and everyday citizens. Our telephone town hall included nearly 20,000 constituents from all twelve counties in District 17.

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Economic Numbers Show B-CS In A Recession

Updated: 08/27/2009 - The local area's economy has been in a decline since the first of 2009. The analysis is, the area is and has been in a recession since the first part of the year.

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Edwards Holds First Healthcare Town Hall in Bryan

Updated: 08/27/2009 - District 17 Congressman Chet Edwards began his first in-person town hall in front of a capacity crowd in Bryan saying he was ready to hear from his constituents and answer their questions.

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Edwards Town Hall Attendees Comment on Meeting

Updated: 08/26/2009 - No doubt every person at the Brazos Center Wednesday night had a different opinion on health care reform and the Chet Edwards town hall meeting. Here's what a few attendees told News Three after the meeting:

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Centerville Teen Home Following Accident That Claimed Two Lives

Updated: 08/26/2009 - Almost four months ago, an accident in Centerville claimed two lives and left three other teens critically injured.Although 15-year-old Lauren Rippley still bears the scars from the terrible wreck...she was released Tuesday from a Dallas rehab facility.

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Bryan Council Talks Downtown Dollars, Police Dog Retirement

Posted: 08/25/2009 - More tax dollars going towards Downtown Bryan development is all but set to happen. Also, Bryan's budget and property tax rates are also all but a formality, and a four-legged member of BPD is set to retire.

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