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Reduced Hours Start at CS Pools & EXIT Center

There’s enough hot weather to keep the regular schedule for College Station’s three pools. But there’s not enough money. Starting Tuesday, each of the aquatic centers will be closed one day a week. College Station’s Chief Financial Officer, Jeff Kersten, said this and other budget reductions were the result of City Council action over two […]

Bryan PD Juvenile Curfew Reminder

Another sign of summer is more young people staying outside later at night. Officer Jason James of the Bryan Police Department reminds those under 17 and their guardians there is a curfew between midnight and 5:00 a-m. That curfew can also get businesspeople and their employees in trouble. The cost for a first offense is […]

Summer Meal Program Starts Tuesday

Who says there’s no such thing as a free lunch? For those as old as 18, not only is there a free lunch but a free breakfast. Tuesday is the first day of the summer meal program sponsored by the College Station school district. The summer feeding program is available for breakfast and lunch at […]

WW II Dog Tags Found

BUDA, Texas (AP) _ The family of a soldier who lost his dog tags in Italy after being wounded during World War II says they

Three Dead in Metroplex Apt. Fire

COCKRELL HILL, Texas (AP) _ Officials say three people died in a Cockrell Hill apartment fire. Fire Marshal Robert de los Santos says investigators are still looking for the cause of Saturday’s fire in the town just southwest of Dallas. Officials say the third victim’s body was discovered Sunday evening after family members called police […]

Doctor Drug Mix Highest Around Houston

Shooting Outside Strip Club Kills Two

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ Two men are dead after a shooting outside a Travis County strip club. Sheriff’s spokesman Roger Wade says deputies were called to the Pink Monkey Cabaret about early Monday morning and found two men who had been shot. One man died at the scene and the other at a local hospital. […]

Memorial Day Salute 2010

The American Legion honored those who died in service to their country Memorial Day morning at the Earl Graham Post 159 in Bryan. Former WASP Catherine Cheatham, was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal for her World War II service as a pilot. Speakers included David Hutchison, who won the Silver Star for his heroics in […]

1000th Killed in Afghanistan had CS Ties

The 1000th American serviceman killed in Afghanistan hailed from Texas. Family members told the Associated Press (AP)

Plane Crash Near Granbury

GRANBURY, Texas (AP) _ One person was killed and another received minor injuries when a plane they were in crashed near Granbury. The aircraft crashed Friday in a neighborhood about a mile north of a private airstrip. No one on the ground was injured. The plane, a single-engine RV-6, was coming in to land around […]

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