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Residents protest overturning of Roe v. Wade in College Station

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KBTX) - Brazos County residents took to the streets Saturday to protest the overturning of Roe v. Wade. This nearly 50-year-old ruling gave women the right to get an abortion under the constitution. Now, that decision will be left to individual states. Protests in favor and against...
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FIRE DESTROYS HOME NEAR LAKE SOMERVILLE

An unoccupied home south of Lake Somerville was destroyed Friday afternoon in a fire. Rocky Creek Volunteer Fire Chief Tim Mantey said units responded around 1 p.m. to a structure fire on Gideon Lincecum Lane. According to Mantey, firefighters arrived to find a home and carport fully involved. There was...
SOMERVILLE, TX
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NEW ULM WOMAN KILLED IN CALDWELL CRASH

Update @ 6:30 a.m. Friday: A New Ulm woman has been identified as the victim killed in Wednesday’s two-vehicle crash in Caldwell. Police Chief Charles Barnes said around 6 p.m., a white 2004 Freightliner was traveling southbound on Highway 36 when the load it was pulling that contained three large spools hit the side of the railroad underpass near County Road 107.
CALDWELL, TX
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4-star Baylor QB commit Austin Novosad offered by Texas A&M

In the midst of an unofficial visit to Texas A&M, Dripping Springs (Texas) quarterback and Baylor commit Austin Novosad has received an offer from the Aggies. Jimbo Fisher and Co. are the latest program to officially enter the mix with the four-star passer, who is also an A&M legacy. After receiving an offer from Ohio State and visiting the Buckeyes two weekends ago, Novosad is also drawing interest from Georgia.
COLLEGE STATION, TX
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Barbecue master Aaron Franklin looks back at his childhood introduction to restaurants in Bryan-College Station

Tuesday marks the beginning of the work week at Franklin Barbecue in Austin. The line forms early, hours before the restaurant’s doors open at 11 a.m. On a recent April morning, two Austin men were first among the dozens of people waiting to get into the restaurant, setting up shop by the front doors at 6:45 a.m. Folding chairs lined the exterior for those willing to wait, while country music played softly in the background.
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Bryan Police Arrest For Aggravated Kidnapping And Armed Robbery And College Station Police Arrests For Check Forgery And Criminal Trespassing

A College Station woman has been in jail since Tuesday on charges of aggravated kidnapping with a deadly weapon and armed robbery that took place more than four months ago. 18 year old Emily Sustaita is one of three people College Station police identify as participating in what she told officers according to arrest reports of an “ill formed” plan that “did not go to how it was supposed to.” The victim said the suspects were taking him to east of Conroe to pick up a car that he had purchased. Sustaita, who was driving, told officers that the victim was supposed to be strangled until he became unconscious. Then they would drive back to Bryan where they would use the victim’s keys to get into his apartment and take a large sum of money. Instead, the victim fought back, the suspects returned to Bryan, and victim got away. As of Friday evening, Sustaita remained in jail in lieu of bonds totaling $30,000 dollars.
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SIX PEOPLE SENTENCED IN DISTRICT COURT

Six people pled guilty and were sentenced by Judge Carson Campbell in District Court this week. Sperry Demack Nichols Laster, 40 of Washington, was sentenced to 8 years in prison for Injury to a Child. Alineicia Nichole Charna Ewing, 25 of Brenham, had her probation adjudicated and was sentenced to...
BRENHAM, TX
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Texas A&M Aggies Top 10 Players: College Football Preview 2022

Texas A&M Aggies Preview 2022: Who are the top 10 players going into the season?. Okay, so this is sort of a cop out. At least three of the stars of the freshmen class could and probably should be considered in the mix for A&M’s best players, and several pro prospects should also be in the discussion, but Smith is among the dangerous all-around weapons in the SEC – now he needs the ball more.
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Bryan church hosts clothing giveaway

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) -Many families left Neal Park blessed Saturday after receiving free clothes and essentials from the Clothed in Righteousness Clothing Closet. This giveaway for men, women and children was hosted by Holy Trinity Worship Ministries. Along with clothing, the church gave away shoes, toys and baby essentials. “That’s...
BRYAN, TX
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Aggieland Humane Society pet of the week: Teenie

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - Teenie is the Aggieland Humane Society pet of the week for June 24, 2022. Teenie is a short hair mixed and is believed to be in between two and three months old. Aggieland Humane says Teenie just came back from foster care. She loves to sit...
BRYAN, TX
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Weekend Gardener: Texas Mountain Laurel

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KBTX) - With the current heat, you probably don’t want to work too hard in your yard. The experts at Texas A&M AgriLife have a trick you can use now to start growing your own Texas Mountain Laurel without the usual extra steps needed. “You can...
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Take Your Dog to Work Day, Pets and firework safety

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - Pups around the country are joining their humans on the job Friday as part of “Take Your Dog to Work Day.”. Our friends at Aggieland Humane Society joined us on Brazos Valley This Morning to talk about some of the adorable, adoptable pets available for anyone who needs one or more new best furry friends.
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Lakewood Brewing Expands Distribution with Favorite Brands

DALLAS, Texas – Lakewood Brewing Co. has partnered with Favorite Brands Distributing to expand its reach to stores throughout the state. The family-owned independent craft brewery will now have expanded distribution in Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Waco, College Station, and other major central Texas cities. Shelves in stores like HEB, Spec’s, Total Wine & More, Kroger, and Whole Foods will now feature Lakewood’s Temptress – Imperial Milk Stout, Muy Importante – Margarita Lager, and Tangerine Queen – Citrus Wheat, along with seasonal and limited releases like Lakewood’s popular Seduction Series, Watermelon Queen, and the Mechanical Series.
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1 margarita, 2 margarita, 3 margarita, shop!

Navasota downtown businesses hosted the "Margarita Extravaganza;• a fun-filled shopping experience that mixed fun with a little salt and lime Saturday, June 18. Attendees enjoyed exploring downtown while sipping on free margaritas from participating retailers. Examiner photos by Celeste Anguiano.
NAVASOTA, TX
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June Yard of the Month

Sunny and Jo Floyd were awarded June Yard of the Month from Navasota Garden Club for their home at 1102 E. Washington Avenue. Their yard features an array of blooming flowers. The front porch is accented with Boston Ferns and trimmed shrubs which define the yard. Sunny and Jo enjoy spending time in their yard and decorating for various holidays. Examiner photo by Matthew Ybarra.
NAVASOTA, TX
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VICKIE DASH DISPLAYS

VICKIE DASH DISPLAYS her produce on Saturday, June 18, at the Farmers Market in Caldwell. -- Tribune photo by Roy Sanders.
CALDWELL, TX
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Lazo earns reserve champ at Pinto Worlds

Caldwell’s Kelly Lazo earned a world show buckle last week with her horse Hes Styled (“Stylz”) at the 2022 Pinto World Championship Show in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Kelly placed second in Ranch Conformation, Solid Horse Division, last Wednesday, June 15, earning her a reserve championship buckle during the Ranch Show. There were eight entries in the class. Judge Mark Kuhlwein gave Kelly top marks on…
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