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Hill’s Gem Powers Aggie Baseball to 4-0 Win at LSU

BATON ROUGE, Louisiana – Brigham Hill didn’t allow a runner to reach second base in his 8.0 innings of work as the Texas A&M Aggies toppled the No. 8 LSU Tigers, 4-0, in the series opener Thursday at Alex Box Stadium Hill (5-2) and Mitchell Kilkenny held LSUI to four hits in the shutout. Hill […]

Collegiate record victory for Lindon Victor in Texas Relays decathlon

AUSTIN – In becoming Texas A&M’s first Texas Relays decathlon champion, Aggie senior Lindon Victor broke the collegiate record by seven points with a score of 8,472 points. It’s the eight collegiate record the Texas A&M track and field program currently holds. “Breaking a collegiate record is hard,” said an exhausted, but jubilant Victor after […]

Amended School Voucher Plan Passes Texas Senate & Other Thursday News From Austin

TEXAS SENATE APPROVES SCALED BACK SCHOOL VOUCHER PLAN WTAW News note that state senator Charles Schwertner, who represents Brazos County, voted for senate bill 3, which passed by an 18-13 margin Thursday. AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ The Texas Senate has approved vouchers offering public money to children attending private and religious schools _ but only […]

Texas A&M hosts annual NFL Pro Day

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – More than 50 NFL coaches, scouts and player personnel staffers converged on the Texas A&M campus for Aggie football’s annual Pro Day on Thursday at the McFerrin Athletic Center. Displaying their skills for the NFL were 15 members of the 2016 Texas A&M football team, including two-time All-American Myles Garrett and […]

Ken Paxton Criminal Trial Has Been Delayed And Moved

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ A judge is postponing the criminal trial of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and is moving the case from the Republican’s hometown. The decision Thursday comes a month before Paxton was scheduled to face a jury on felony securities fraud charges. He’s accused of steering investors toward a tech startup without […]

Donations Equip Bryan PD’s Two Newest K-9 Officers With Bulletproof Vests

The Bryan police department thanked two contributors for buying bulletproof vests for the agency’s two newest K-9 officers. Rox and Blitz received Kevlar vests from Ryan Leach of Sit Means Sit K-9 training center and a fourth grade student at Greens Prairie elementary school, Kaydee Muntean, who donated money she raised at the National Lemonade […]

Infomaniacs: March 30, 2017 (8:00am)

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Two Die By Apparent Drowning

From the Brazos County sheriff’s office: On Wednesday March 29, 2017, at approximately 7:10 pm the Brazos County Sheriff’s Office received a welfare concern call in the area of 4000 Telluride Way which is northwest of Bryan. The caller advised dispatch that she was checking on two subjects who were fishing at a pond in […]

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