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Three People Targeted in Jury Duty Scam
- Someone posing as a law enforcement officer is calling residents and telling them a warrant is being issued for failure to appear for jury duty and then asking them for money.
Police Investigate ‘Jury Duty’ Scam
- Someone posing as both a Bryan police officer and a Brazos County Deputy is calling residents to tell them a warrant is being issued for failure to appear for jury duty. But, as the caller says, they can take care of the warrant over the phone.
Olive Garden Delivers Labor Day Lunches to Police and Fire Crews
- A team at the Olive Garden in College Station wanted to make sure the ones who keep us safe on Labor Day, did their job on a full stomach.
For Aggies, Labor Day Means Back to School
- Even though it's Labor Day and many people had the day off, the work for thousands of Aggies started as they reported for classes at Texas A&M University.
New Bar for Texas Education Deadline Postponed
- The rollout of more rigorous standards in Texas schools has been postponed.
2 Tasty Creations Win State Fair of Texas Honors
- A Cajun creation and funnel cake flavored beer have won the culinary competition ahead of this year's State Fair of Texas.
Texas A&M Mourns Loss Of Cotton Industry Icon
- Dr. Carl Anderson advised the Congressional Budget Office staff about cotton issues beginning in 1989 and presented dozens of papers at cotton conferences that influenced the industry as a whole. He also led a group of Extension economists in tabulating economic drought loss estimates for Texas used by state and federal agricultural agencies.
Texas' Perry Says Disparaging Tweet Unauthorized
- Republican Texas Gov. Rick Perry says a disparaging tweet from his personal account about the Democratic district attorney he's charged with unlawfully trying to oust was unauthorized.
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