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World Premiere "Phantoms of the Opera" Taking Stage at Texas A&M

Updated: 04/01/2013 - One of the world's most famous musicals is set to premiere at Texas A&M. Phantom of the Opera has been around for decades, and the story is centuries old. But now, a group of award winning stage actors are preparing a new-take on a story of fear and love.

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TXDOT Wants to Fund Air Traffic Control Towers Set to Close

Updated: 03/28/2013 - AUSTIN – In an effort to ensure safety at 13 municipal airports in Texas, the Texas Department of Transportation today said it intends to fund continued service of air traffic controllers when federal funding goes away as a result of sequestration, or budget cuts.

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Pistorius Bail Restrictions Eased

Updated: 03/28/2013 - PRETORIA, South Africa (AP) - A judge in South Africa says Oscar Pistorius, who is charged with murdering his girlfriend, can leave South Africa to compete in international competition, with conditions.

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'Cave Man' Movement Growing in Brazos Valley

Updated: 03/22/2013 - There's a place in Brenham that is all things man. The American Man Cave isn't so much a store as it is a philosophy and its owner is the chief believer. Bruce Margolis, Caveman to his friends, started the business that is now operating two locations.

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Fort Hood Case Judge to Hear from Terrorism Expert

Posted: 03/20/2013 - FORT HOOD, Texas (AP) - A judge is to decide if a terrorism consultant will testify at the trial of the Army psychiatrist charged in a deadly 2009 Fort Hood shooting rampage.

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Nevada Town Mourns Marines Who Died in Explosion

Updated: 03/20/2013 - HAWTHORNE, Nev. (AP) - Hundreds of residents in a rural community steeped in military history turned out to mourn the loss of at least seven Marines as investigators arrived at an ammunition depot to try to determine how a mortar shell exploded at the Nevada base.

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CS Pit Bull Rescue Group Takes in Two Californian Dogs with Cancer

Updated: 03/18/2013 - Taking care of sick animals can sometimes be a heartbreaking job. But what about those animals with a terminal disease, like cancer? A pit bull rescue group in College Station is taking in two dogs from California, both with little time left.

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New Photos Show Bryan Firefighters Recovering in Galveston Hospital

Updated: 03/11/2013 - New pictures of two Bryan firefighters severely burned nearly a month ago while trying to rescue a fellow firefighter trapped in a building fire show Ricky Matey, Jr., and Mitch Moran recovering at the University of Texas Medical Branch Burn Unit in Galveston.

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