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Inaugural History

Updated: 01/16/2009 - For more than 200 years, America’s citizens have witnessed the Inauguration ceremonies of the President and Vice President of the United States. As each president has offered a vision for America’s future, we reflect on the heritage of Inaugurations past.

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Updated: 12/09/2008 - The symphony has an educational component as part of its mission, the Children’s Concerts are just one way the organization seeks to fulfill this goal.

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Bin Laden Driver Pleads Not Guilty

Posted: 07/21/2008 - A former driver and alleged bodyguard for Osama bin Laden is pleading not guilty to charges of conspiracy and supporting terrorism. If he's convicted he could land in jail for life.

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Chasing Tornadoes From The Sky

Updated: 06/17/2008 - Storm chasers are finding new and inventive ways to track down dangerous storms -- from the sky. And while chasing tornadoes in a helicopter sounds risky, those chasers know they're actually saving lives.

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Bryan Woman Sheds 120 Pounds, Chases Law Enforcement Dream

Updated: 04/12/2008 - For years she's watched from the sidelines. A Bryan women's weight stood in the way of her dream. Now, after huge personal sacrifices, surgery and unbelievable weight loss, she's ready to live out her childhood goal.

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Oakwood Petitions City

Updated: 03/07/2008 - 66 residents in College Station's Oakwood neighborhood file a petition to reduce the number of unrelated roommates.

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Roberts Released From Hospital

Updated: 07/31/2007 - Chief Justice John Roberts has been released from a hospital in Maine. A White House spokesman says the president spoke with the chief justice this morning and Roberts "sounded like he was in great spirits."

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Spring Shooting Arrest

Updated: 03/11/2013 - One man is behind bars in Montgomery County, accused of shooting a fellow party-goer after an argument.

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Girl Injured in San Antonio Fire Dies

Posted: 11/26/2006 - SAN ANTONIO (AP) - The five-year-old girl injured in the same house fire that killed former state Senator Frank Madla and his mother-in-law died Saturday. University Hospital spokeswoman Lauren Graham said the family of Aleena Jimenez, Madla's granddaughter, took the girl off life support Saturday afternoon.

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Suspicious Powder Found At Waco Federal Courthouse

Updated: 11/20/2006 - The Federal Courthouse in downtown Waco was quarantined after a suspicious powder was discovered Monday, but authorities say the substance was not a chemical or biological toxin. Two employees and two firefighters exposed to the substance were hospitalized as a precaution.

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