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Suit Filed Over Red Light Camera Vote

Updated: 11/10/2009 - They're supposed to be turned off at noon on Wednesday, but a last-minute lawsuit could keep College Station's red light cameras operating longer.

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AP Source: Worker Looked Into Hasan, Ruled Him Harmless

Updated: 11/10/2009 - WASHINGTON (AP) - U.S. officials say a Pentagon worker on a terrorism task force looked into Fort Hood shooting suspect Nidal Hasan's background months ago, and concluded he did not merit further investigation.

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President Obama: “Your Loved Ones Endure…Their Memory Will Be Honored”

Updated: 11/10/2009 - An estimated crowd of 15,000 soldiers, family members, officials and residents listened Tuesday afternoon as President Barack Obama told the families of the 13 victims of deadly Fort Hood shooting rampage, “Your loved ones endure through the life of our nation.”

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Texas Rangers Looking Into Possibility Serial Rapist Has Struck Again

Updated: 11/10/2009 - YOAKUM (November 10, 2009)-Texas Rangers were meeting with police Tuesday in Yoakum in Lavaca County to review a rape case there to determine if it could be related to a series of attacks on elderly women in rural areas in Central and South Texas.

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Veterans Day Celebration Planned in CS

Posted: 11/10/2009 - The Brazos Valley Veterans Memorial Board and the Museum of the American G.I. are co-hosting the annual Veterans Day Ceremony and BBQ at Veterans Park in College Station

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Bush Marks Fall of Berlin Wall in College Station

Updated: 11/09/2009 - It cleared the way for the end of communism in Europe, and it happened on George Bush senior's watch. Monday, the former president celebrated the fall of the Berlin Wall in College Station.

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Fort Hood Blood Drive Opens at Texas A&M

Updated: 11/10/2009 - Scott and White Hospital in Temple has been one of the focal points of the Fort Hood shootings. But despite all the coverage its received, what you may not know is how desperately blood is still needed there.

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Bonfire Remembrance Week Events

Updated: 11/09/2009 - Beginning Friday, November 13, Texas A&M University will observe a week-long remembrance of the Bonfire Tragedy that claimed the lives of twelve Aggies in 1999.

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Sketches of Suspect in CS Robberies Released

Posted: 11/09/2009 - Investigators in College Station believe the same person is behind a pair of aggravated robberies a week apart in the city, and have released sketches of the suspect.

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East German Aggie Thankful Berlin Wall Fell

Updated: 11/09/2009 - The Berlin wall kept East German residents from traveling west, and certainly, from studying at Texas A&M University. One Fulbright Scholar says he wouldn't be an Aggie if the wall hadn't come down.

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