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Early City Administrator Tony Aaron to speak at PVRW Meeting this week - Brownwood News
Aaron is a prime example of what a person with the right mind set, determination, faith, and an endless desire to serve his fellow man can achieve, overcoming the obstacles in life. He will speak on the best way to engage your local government.
Tolar falls to district champs Comanche | Hood County News- A twice-weekly newspaper serving Granbury and Hood County, Texas
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Serial killer suspected in more than 90 slayings charged in Texas cold case
A serial killer convicted in the deaths of three women and suspected in dozens more was recently charged with murder in a Texas cold case from 1994, officials said Tuesday. Samuel Little In several interviews with a Texas Ranger in May, Samuel Little provided details that showed he was in Odessa
Nuclear fallout: $15.5 billion in compensation and counting
LOS ALAMOS, NEW MEXICO (InvestigateTV) - Clear, plastic water bottles, with the caps all slightly twisted open, fill a small refrigerator under Gilbert Mondragon’s kitchen counter. The lids all loosened by his 4- and 6-year old daughters because, at just 38, Mondragon suffers from limited mobility a
Big Wheel Races to be Featured at Christmas Under the Stars Festival - Brownwood News
The 10th annual Christmas Under the Stars Festival sponsored by Brownwood Regional Medical Center will feature holiday games, crafts, food and attractions for kids of all ages. The event will take place on Friday, December 7th and Saturday, December 8th from 4-8 PM at the Depot Plaza Complex and th
Hundreds attend service for young Central Texas boy who battled cancer
GOLDTHWAITE, Texas (KWTX)Luke Sutherland Hamilton’s father is a Killeen firefighter, and in death the 7-year-old Goldthwaite boy was one, too.
This North Texas mayor could be removed from office if citizens group gets its way
On Tuesday morning,Save Bedford Texas submitted affidavits to city secretary Michael Wells, the first step in the recall process. If the group collects 1,584 signatures by the middle of December, the recall election will be in May.
Texas May Have Again Illegally Reduced Special Education Funding
Texas' 2012 special ed spending decrease is "not an isolated violation of federal law," said Steven Aleman, policy specialist at Disability Rights Texas, which works to protect the rights of people with disabilities.
Snow falling in downtown Tyler, no accumulation expected, temperatures to drop into the 20s
Snowflakes were falling in downtown Tyler on Tuesday, but no accumulation of snow is expected, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Lisa May.
Brownwood Lyric Theatre releases their 2019 Show Schedule - Brownwood News
Managing Director of the Lyric Theatre, Eric Evans, says “I’m excited about next year. I think we are being very aggressive, we have an original piece this coming year and we hope that the community and surrounding area will support opportunities like that. I also love the fact that we are doing sho
Man illegally hunting deer on private property shoots Parker County sheriff's deputy, officials say
Officials were searching Monday night for a man suspected of shooting a Parker County sheriff's deputy who was responding to a call.A property owner called the sheriff's office about 5:30 p.m. to report that someone was trespassing. A deputy responded about 15 minutes later and found a man illegally
Millsap narrowly misses win over Dublin
Falling 35-34, Millsap Head Football Coach Jake Johnson said the loss was tough for the Bulldogs, although the team’s effort was encouraging.
IAEA urges quick plan on Fukushima radioactive water cleanup
More than 7 ½ years since the accident, officials have yet to agree on what to do with the radioactive water. A government-commissioned panel has picked five alternatives, including the controlled release of the water into the Pacific Ocean, which nuclear experts say is the only realistic option. Fi
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Do you really need to let your car idle for it to warm up when it's cold outside?
When the weather is cold, it's not necessary to let your car warm up for a few minutes before driving - it also may not be legal. Many motorists give themselves extra time on cold mornings to let their vehicles warm up. That may have been practical a few decades ago, but it could be inefficient with
TxDOT TO CONDUCT 3rd PUBLIC MEETING FOR PROPOSED IMPROVEMENTS TO MAIN STREET - Brownwood News
The meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 27, 2018 at the TSTC campus located at305 Booker St., Brownwood, Texas 76801. The meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m., with a formal presentation at 5:45 p.m. Following the presentation, TxDOT staff will be available to answer questions until 7:30 p.m.
BISD Policies regarding weather cancellations - Brownwood News
When Inclement weather occurs, Brownwood ISD will follow the guidelines outlined below. If you have any questions about District policy, see theISD’s webpageor call Central Office at 325.643.5644.
Millsap draws bi-district match up with Gunter
DUBLIN – The Millsap Bulldogs (3-7, 2-3) dropped their season finale on Friday night to the Dublin Lions (8-2, 3-2) in a high-scoring affair, 35-34.
Teen recorded himself sexually abusing, murdering 15-year-old girlfriend before sharing video with friends
A Texas teen who had brutally raped and murdered his girlfriend when they were both just 15 years old was found guilty of capital murder. Jesus Campos Jr., now 18-years-old, was convicted by a jury after less than an hour of deliberation, with video and photographic evidence proving key in his trial
Texas man gets 55 years in prison for fatal church bus crash
FILE - This file photo provided by the Uvalde County Jail in Uvalde, Texas shows Jack Dillon Young, of Leakey, Texas. A sentencing hearing began Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018, for Dillon who was convicted in a church bus crash in South Texas that left 13 people dead in March 2017. He faces up to 270 years