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H-E-B Customers Help Hurricane Victims Cash Donations

Posted: 09/16/2008 - Tuesday, H-E-B launched a statewide tear pad campaign in stores to help support victims of Hurricane Ike. The campaign offers H-E-B customers an opportunity to join H-E-B’s hurricane relief efforts by adding a donation in increments of $1, $3, or $5 to their total grocery bill. Donations will be distributed to disaster relief agencies that will help thousands of Texas evacuees in need.

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Mid South Synergy Makes Progress in Montgomery County

Posted: 09/16/2008 - This is a special update from Mid South Synergy. For three days we have been able to maintain power service to most of Brazos, Grimes, Walker and Madison counties through back feeds from the ERCOT grid.

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Caldwell Coping with Lack of Electricity

Updated: 09/16/2008 - It has been four days since many Caldwell residents had the luxury of electricity. Even though some are frustrated with the lack of power, many folks are making the most of the situation. It is all thanks to one item-few have been fortunate enough to find.

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Power Outage Totals Released

Posted: 09/16/2008 - Power is slowly being restored to parts of the Brazos Valley. Monday, 162,330 were out of electricity. Tuesday, that number stood at 157,318.

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No Power, No Food, No School At Anderson-Shiro

Updated: 09/16/2008 - The bumps and bruises from Ike are stilling being felt by many Grimes County residents, where the power is still out in a large portion of the county, keeping kids out of school for the rest of the week.

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Hot Meals to Be Served for Burleson County Residents Without Power

Updated: 09/16/2008 - It's day four for Burleson County residents living without electricity, and even though some are frustrated, others are making the best out of the situation. News Three caught up with Burleson County Judge Mike Sutherland Tuesday to get the answers to your questions.

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Exhausted Peninsula Residents Air Evacuated by National Guard

Updated: 09/15/2008 - It was wiped off the map four days ago. Monday, water rescue crews surveyed what was left of the swampy Bolivar peninsula. Residents in communities like Crystal Beach, Gilchrist and High Island were told to evacuate before Ike or face certain death. Ashlea Sigman was there the next morning as some of those weary residents were rescued by the national guard.

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Gas Frenzy Hits Bryan/College Station

Updated: 09/15/2008 - Over one million Texas customers are without electricity. It's the unfortunate norm in the Houston area and for a big portion of the Brazos Valley. Since there's no power, there's also no fuel. That has brought hundreds of hurricane evacuees and residents from surrounding areas to Bryan-College Station.

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Navasota: A Tale of Two Electric Providers

Updated: 09/15/2008 - Lights are back on for portions of Grimes County, but most of Navasota is still in the dark. The majority of the city has been powerless for three days now and officials say it could be another five to seven days before the power's back on.

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Re-Entry to Galveston Restricted, Residents Now Staying Put

Updated: 09/15/2008 - The flood water has receded, but Galveston is nowhere near ready for residents to return. Thats a problem for those who never left. Although re-entry to the island is restricted, News 3's Ashlea Sigman and photojournalist Chris Pace have been in Galveston with the national guard and have more on conditions there.

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