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Cameron Toddler Mauled By Rottweiler

Posted: 11/03/2008 - A 2-year-old Cameron boy has suffered very serious injuries and undergone emergency surgery since being attacked by a Rottweiler on Monday morning.

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Suspect Arrested in Blinn Student Murder

Updated: 11/03/2008 - Bryan Police have arrested a suspect in the murder of a Blinn student. Bryan resident Jeremiah Rosser, 27, was taken into custody at his residence at 10 a.m. Monday. He's charged with the April murder of Jenna Verhaalen, 20.

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Breaking Down the CS Propositions

Updated: 11/02/2008 - More than $100 million will be voted on by College Station residents as the city's leaders look to expand some current services and create others.

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A&M Responds To Off-Campus Bonfire Accident

Updated: 11/03/2008 - An accident over the weekend at student bonfire caused Texas A&M to release the following statement. “Texas A&M University has continued to discourage the construction of any off-campus bonfires, primarily out of concern for the safety of our students. This is a non-sanctioned student activity, and University officials do not participate in the off-campus bonfire construction in any capacity.”

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19-Year-Old Aggie Charged with Deadly Conduct

Posted: 11/01/2008 - A Texas A&M University student has been arrested and charged with deadly conduct, after University Police say she hit a traffic officer with her car.

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3 Questions for District 17 Candidates

Updated: 11/02/2008 - At the Chamber of Commerce candidate's forum, News 3 got the chance to talk to both candidates for Texas's 17th District for the US House of Representatives, and we asked each of them the same three questions.

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Reminder: Set Your Clocks Back

Updated: 11/01/2008 - Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 a.m. Sunday night, so be sure to set your clocks back an hour.

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Bush Library Offers Halloween Tricks and Treats

Updated: 10/31/2008 - It's an annual Halloween event that appears to be growing in popularity each year. And the trend continued Friday evening as hundreds of costumed revelers made their way to the Bush Library to enjoy tricks and treats.

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Dr. Seuss Halloween

Posted: 10/31/2008 - At Allergy Associates of the Brazos Valley, kids of all ages were invited to their Dr. Seuss party.

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Pump Patrol: Breaking the $2 Mark

Updated: 10/31/2008 - If you are headed to central texas this weekend, you might want to check out their gas prices.

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Local Businesses Honored

Updated: 10/31/2008 - Friday some local Aggie owned and operated businesses were honored. The Mays Business School's Center for New Ventures and Entreprenuerships awarded 100 of the fastest growing businesses. Of the 100 honorees 11 are from Bryan-College Station.

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Anti-Obama Carnival Stirs More Controversy on A&M Campus

Updated: 10/31/2008 - Just two days after creating quite a stir on the A&M campus, the Young Conservatives of Texas were back out at Rudder Plaza protesting presidential candidate Barack Obama's policies, with eggs in hand.

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A Grimes County Haunting

Updated: 10/31/2008 - It's a courthouse that's home to some famous trials including a member of the famous Barrow-Gang-who vowed he'd see the Anderson courthouse in "infernal regions."

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Doctor: Be Cautious of Candy Made in China

Updated: 10/30/2008 - It's been linked to illnesses in animals and made thousands of chinese sick when it showed up in milk and baby formula. Could the chemical melamine show up in your child's trick or treat bag?

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Investigator: Bryan Officer Not Justified in Actions

Updated: 10/30/2008 - The Bryan assistant police chief who was the primary investigator into allegations of misconduct said suspended Sergeant Steve French was not justified in his actions against a suspect.

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