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BRENHAM MAN ARRESTED FOR CRACK POSSESSION

A Brenham man is behind bars after his arrest Monday afternoon on a drug possession charge. Brenham Police Corporal Seth Klehm says he spotted the suspect, 50-year old Donald O’Neal…

A&M COULD HAVE KEY ROLE IN BATTLE AGAINST EBOLA

Texas A&M could play a key role in helping develop a standardized treatment for the Ebola virus. Two Americans with Ebola have been given an experimental drug and are showing…

COLLEGE STATION PD SEARCH FOR MISSING TEEN

College Station Police are searching for a missing teenage girl. Authorities received a missing person report from the parents of 14 year old Amber Le, Sunday afternoon. Le is described…

FAIR QUEEN CANDIDATES INTRODUCED

The Fair Queen Candidates for the 146th annual Washington County Fair were introduced to the public Monday evening at the Fairgrounds.  The candidates heard some words of encouragement from last…

BISD’S PRIDE ACADEMY SUCCESSFUL

Brenham ISD’s “Pride Academy” graduated 14 of its students this past school year, something that probably wouldn’t have happened without the Academy. Administrator Kay Domel spoke to the Brenham School…

BRENHAM SCHOOL BOARD SETS TAX RATE

Homeowners in the Brenham Independent School District will see a slight increase in their taxes this year, even though the tax rate will remain the same. The Brenham School Board…

FOURTEEN INDICTED IN AUSTIN CO.

Fourteen people have been indicted in the latest session of the 155th Grand Jury in Austin County, including one man charged with sexually assaulting a child and a man facing…

THREE ARRESTED AFTER WEEKEND ALTERCATION

Three Brenham men face charges after an alleged burglary and subsequent fight this weekend. Police were called out to the 800 block of South Park Street Saturday afternoon, where a…

DEADLY YEAR ON LAKE CONROE

Lake Conroe has had four boating-related deaths so far this year, the most out of any lake in Texas since 2000, according to a published report Sunday. The Houston Chronicle…

PERRY EARMARKS $38-MILLION FOR BORDER SECURITY

Governor Rick Perry has tapped $38 million in emergency funds to pay for the early stages of a National Guard deployment to the border. Perry’s office says the money will be drawn from an…