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Forensics Solve Grimes County Case

Updated: 06/18/2009 - It's an identification that brings closure to an unsolved case. An hopefully, a Grimes County family.

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Child Found Safe After Missing From School Camp

Updated: 06/19/2009 - It's supposed to be a safe place for children, but a child's safety at a College Station day camp was in jeopardy when the little boy couldn't be found at pick up. What makes things worse is the 7 year old boy is autistic. The parents describe what happened as so horrible, they were left to make a tough decision.

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CS Names Interim Police Chief

Updated: 06/18/2009 - A long-time College Station policeman will be heading up the department while the city looks for a new police chief.

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Man Behind Normangee Drug Compound Headed to Prison

Updated: 06/17/2009 - Neighbors told News Three they were scared to walk or even drive by a house at the corner of 2nd & Rogers Streets in Normangee. Now the man behind a Normangee drug compound is going to prison.

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Loftin Discusses A&M Presidency, Cost Cutting, Murano

Updated: 06/18/2009 - He was born in Hearne, grew up in Navasota and attended Texas A&M. Now, Bowen Loftin is the university's interim president. The task at hand: guide one of the nation's largest institutions forward in the midst of economic and leadership turmoil.

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CS 8-Year-Old Put on Wrong Continental Express Flight

Updated: 06/18/2009 - The mother of an 8-year-old Texas girl believes it was more than miscommunication that resulted in her daughter being one of two unaccompanied minors who were placed on wrong Continental Express flights over the weekend.

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Anti Red-Light Camera Crusade Gets Green Light

Updated: 08/11/2010 - 1660 people signed a petition to put College Station's red-light cameras on the November ballot. Now Jim and Lori Ash must verify that 850 signers are registered College Station voters.

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Kurten Wins Battle to Keep Post Office

Updated: 06/16/2009 - A red-letter day for an area post office in danger of being stamped out. A contract has been signed by the US Postal Service that will keep the Kurten post office open for business.

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Hot Temperatures Causing A/C Breakdowns

Updated: 06/16/2009 - You don't need a thermometer to know it's been hot. Several areas of the Brazos Valley even reached 100 degrees Tuesday. Imagine if it was that hot inside your home. That's what happened to a College Station woman who said enough is enough

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Drowning Victim's Mother: "She Was My Everything"

Updated: 06/16/2009 - What was supposed to be a fun-filled, family event at Lake Bryan turned to horror Sunday night when Ziarria Davis, 5, vanished. Her family's worst fears came true Monday, when search and rescue crews found her body.

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DPS Reminds Teens to Drive Safely This Summer

Posted: 06/16/2009 - As summer begins, DPS reminds teens to play it safe while driving. In the U.S., motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teens.

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