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Pa. trooper shooter may have had military or police training
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Hurricane Odile levels property, forces 30,000 to evacuate
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ISIS eradicates art, history and music from curriculum in Iraq
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Art history, starring cats and dogs
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This fall could be a season of dropping stocks
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Trial begins for doctor who allegedly poisoned ex-lover's coffee
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Police: Protocol followed in detention of "Django Unchained" actress
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Fall in the Peak district
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Texas A&M Volleyball Catapults into Top 25
Texas A&M broke in the American Volleyball Coaches Association's Top 25 rankings today, crashing in at No. 21 following consecutive victories against top-15 ranked opponents last week.
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A&M?s Aiple Repeats as SEC Freshman Volleyball Player of the Week
For the second consecutive week, Texas A&M setter Stephanie Aiple has been named the SEC Freshman Player of the Week for volleyball, the Southeastern Conference announced today.
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Southwest Classic to Kick at 2:30 p.m. on CBS
The 2014 edition of the Southwest Classic, featuring Texas A&M and Arkansas inside AT&T Stadium, will kick at 2:30 p.m. on Sept. 27 and air nationally on CBS.
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Midland Invitational Rained Out
The Midland Racquet Club Invitational final rounds were cancelled due to rain as play was underway on Sunday. The Texas A&M sophomores Frankie Colunga and Max Lunkin advanced to the semifinals of the doubles draw with a trio of wins in west Texas.
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Happy Days Continue at Ellis Field with 3-0 Victory over Marquette
Allie Bailey, Leigh Edwards and Shea Groom all scored second-half goals to help the Aggie soccer team pull away for a 3-0 win over Marquette on Sunday evening at Ellis Field.
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