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UPDATE: Victims In Hot Air Balloon Crash Includes Couple With CS Ties

Sunday update: LOCKHART, Texas (AP) — The Latest on the fatal hot air balloon crash in Central Texas (all times local): 5 p.m. As Matt Rowan and his wife, Sunday Rowan, prepared to take a hot air balloon ride they texted family and posted on social media pictures of the balloon set up, the rising […]

McCann’s grand slam leads Tigers to sweep of Astros

By DAVE HOGG= DETROIT (AP) _ James McCann capped a six-run first inning with his first career grand slam as the Detroit Tigers completed a three-game sweep of the Houston Astros with an 11-0 rout Sunday. Miguel Cabrera homered twice for the Tigers. The Tigers, who began the day one game behind Boston for the […]

Rangers Walk-off against Royals; Astros fall late to Tigers

Moreland’s game-ending HR gives Rangers 2-1 win over Royals ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Mitch Moreland hit a game-ending homer with two outs in the ninth inning and the Texas Rangers beat the Kansas City Royals 2-1 on Saturday night. Moreland’s 17th homer landed in the second deck of seats in right field. Brooks Pounders (1-1) […]

Strike Out Cancer Brings Sold Out Crowd to Nutrabolt Stadium

Bryan-College Station, Texas (July 30, 2016)- The Bombers honored those affected by cancer in the Brazos Valley as they wore Strike Out Cancers jerseys, sponsored by CHI St. Josephs Health System, in front of a sold out crowd. Brazos Valley fell to the Cane Cutters 6-2. The Bombers released balloons before the top of the third […]

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Two Texas A&M Assistants suspended for ‘Chalk Talk’ presentations

Head Football Coach Kevin Sumlin: “There is absolutely no place in our program or in our University community for inappropriate conduct or degrading comments towards women, or anyone, regardless of intent. While I was in attendance at the Chalk Talk event this week, I was engaged in meeting participants, taking photographs and signing autographs and […]

Texas Health Department Announces Blue Bell Penalties

Nearly a year and a half after state officials received a voluntary recall notice from Blue Bell, comes penalties after the ice cream maker shut down and renovated its plants after the discovery of listeria bacteria. According to the Texas Department of State Health Services, Blue Bell will pay $175,000 dollars within 30 days. Another […]

UPDATE: FEMA Closing Three Brazos Valley Disaster Assistance Centers

Update: The city of Bryan invites storm victims from two months ago to meet FEMA and Small Business Administration representatives Tuesday, August 2. After presentations from the federal agencies, they and city officials will meet individually with Bryan property owners. Tuesday’s event…which has also been posted as a special meeting of the Bryan city council…starts […]

Former Texas All-American Armstrong Dead after shooting

BELLAIRE, TX – Former Texas A&M star and NFL player Antonio Armstrong has died after being shot by his 16-year-old son at their home in the Houston-area city of Bellaire. Armstrong, 42, was found injured in the bedroom and immediately taken to Memorial Hermann Hospital where he later died. ABC 13 reports that Armstrong’s wife, […]

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