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Mini-Medical School Starts Soon

Updated: 01/15/2009 - Have you ever wanted to go to medical school? The College of Medicine has a solution for you. The Texas A&M Health Science Center is hosting the 2009 Mini-Medical School.

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Normangee Students to Return Friday

Updated: 01/15/2009 - Its back to school for kids in the Normangee school district, Friday. Thursday, students in Pre-K to 12th grade were released early because of a gas leak.

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Another Aggie Idol? Castro's Brother Makes Cut

Updated: 01/15/2009 - His older brother Jason took Aggieland and the country by storm, becoming a household name after making it to the top four on last season's American Idol. Now, younger brother Michael Castro, will get his own shot at the title.

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Presidential Interview Preview

Updated: 01/15/2009 - We are in the last days of the Bush Presidency. Earlier this week the President had his last news conference where he seemed to be at peace, but spoke his mind in some of the most open dialog he's had since the beginning of his first term.

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Dog Attack Victim Out of Hospital

Updated: 01/14/2009 - A Washington County man was released from Trinity Medical Center Wednesday, three-and-a-half days after being attacked by four dogs.

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A Call to Hang Up the Cell Phone

Updated: 01/14/2009 - It's a call to ban cell phone use while driving. The National Safety Council says it's a dangerous practice that leads to an increased risk for car crashes and fatalities.

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College Station Considers Hotel Tax

Updated: 01/14/2009 - Raising taxes is never popular, so the City of College Station is proposing that visitors to the city bear the brunt of a convention center.

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Pedestrian Hit by Texas A&M Shuttle Bus

Updated: 01/14/2009 - A Texas A&M staff member is listed in critical condition after police say she was struck by a Texas A&M shuttle bus Wednesday afternoon.

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Fallen Aggie Soldier Loved to Fly

Updated: 01/13/2009 - Fallen soldier and Aggie graduate Second Lt. Zachary Cook is being remembered. Cook, 22, died Monday when the Army Blackhawk helicopter he was on crashed on the Texas A&M University campus.

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Secondhand Smoking Just as Dangerous

Updated: 01/13/2009 - The days of lighting up in College Station may be numbered. The city is considering a ban on smoking in bars, restaurants and workplaces. Proponents of the change say their main concern is secondhand smoke.

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