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Clancey Claims Retaliation for Speaking Out

Updated: 06/02/2009 - Former CSPD chief Michael Clancey claims in a lawsuit he was forced to resign, but not given an explanation of the charges against him. He also claims he was retaliated against for raising concerns.

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Mobile Home Gets Stuck On Grimes County Bridge

Updated: 06/01/2009 - Traffic came to a stop for about an hour east of Carlos on Highway 30, after a double-wide mobile home that was being towed became stuck on the Gibbons Creek bridge Monday afternoon around 2 p.m.

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Hurricane Awareness: Part 1

Updated: 06/01/2009 - Are you ready for the 2009 hurricane season? Find out what to expect this season and how to stay safe in the storm.

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Red Light Cameras Live in Texas

Posted: 05/31/2009 - As of Sunday night, at least, it appeared red light cameras will remain a legal option for Texas cities like College Station.

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Former CS Police Chief Sues City, Staff

Updated: 06/01/2009 - Former College Station Police Chief Michael Clancey has filed a federal lawsuit against the City of College Station, City Manager Glenn Brown and Asst. City Manager Kathy Merrill.

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Draft Report on Bryan PD Chief Complete

Updated: 05/31/2009 - A draft report of an internal affairs probe into Bryan's police chief has been completed and submitted by an outside investigator, according to city officials.

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CS Council Runoff's Voting Begins Monday

Updated: 05/31/2009 - It will take a runoff to determine one of the seats on the College Station city council, and early voting for that runoff begins Monday.

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Aggie Fans Show Team Spirit in Fort Worth

Updated: 05/30/2009 - If the BCS community seems a little less crowded this weekend, it may be because many of the Aggie faithful are in Fort Worth supporting the baseball team.

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Cauley's Widow to Fill County Post

Updated: 05/29/2009 - Brazos County didn't have to look far to find the successor to the late commissioner Carey Cauley.

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'Staycation' Trend Growing in Brazos Valley

Updated: 05/29/2009 - It was high gas prices last year that forced many to trade in the annual summer vacation for something more affordable and closer to home. With that, "staycation" became a household term.

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Homes Still Needed for Rescued Horses

Updated: 05/29/2009 - Horses rescued from a North Texas ranch are finding homes here in the Brazos Valley. Two area rescue organizations were given custody of the neglected horses earlier this month. So far they have found homes for almost 40 of them.

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Chilifest Contributions Flow To BV Groups

Updated: 05/29/2009 - Almost a quarter of a million dollars will be handed out to charities across the Brazos Valley. Chilifest organizers announced Friday they have $226,000 to give out.

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KBTX Responds to DirecTV Notice

Updated: 06/04/2009 - On the weekend of May 23-24, subscribers of DirecTV received an e-mail notice stating new equipment would soon be needed in order to receive local channels. It also said that KBTX would NOT be available through the new satellite.

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Indictments Handed Up in Brazos County

Updated: 05/29/2009 - An accused online predator, a man accused of indecency with a child and an alleged arsonist are among those indicted by a grand jury Thursday.

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Former A&M Lecturer Accused in Scheme

Posted: 05/28/2009 - A former adjunct professor at Texas A&M is accused of taking part in a trading scheme that authorities say defrauded investors out of more than $19 million.

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Warrant Issued for Suspect in Bryan Pet Poisonings

Updated: 05/28/2009 - A Bryan neighborhood terrorized by a poisoning pet predator may be be one step closer to finding peace after police pinpoint a suspect. Bryan Police have issued a warrant for Ronald Kimball, 65, of Bryan.

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