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Early Morning Pursuit in Austin County Involving Armed Suspects Ends in Crash

In the early morning of June 7, 2024, Austin County Sheriff's deputies encountered a group of armed men attempting to steal a truck on Tiemann Road. A pursuit ensued, leading to a crash on New Bremen Road, but the suspects were able to evade capture. The Austin County Sheriff’s Office urges residents to secure their vehicles and report any suspicious activity immediately.

Texas Victory: Federal Judge Rules $1.7 Trillion Spending Bill Unconstitutional, Backs Ken Paxton’s Challenge [VIDEO]

In a significant legal win for Texas and Attorney General Ken Paxton, a federal judge has declared the $1.7 trillion government funding bill passed in December 2022 unconstitutional. The ruling stems from the House of Representatives' use of proxy voting, which allowed members to vote without being physically present. This decision could pave the way for other states to challenge aspects of the spending bill.

German Farmers and Truckers Protest Against Government’s ‘Green’ Plan to End Diesel Tax Breaks [VIDEO]

In a massive demonstration in Berlin, German farmers, truck drivers, and agricultural workers gathered to protest the government's 'green' plan to end tax breaks on diesel fuel. Finance Minister Christian Lindner informed the protesting farmers that the country has run out of money for further subsidies. Despite the government's justification of the cuts as 'required,' the farmers continue to demand a better solution to the government's 'green' plan that will not leave them financially strained.

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Optimizing Genetics To Advance Controlled Environment Agriculture

Texas A&M AgriLife is bolstering its controlled environment horticulture program with the addition of Dr. Krishna Bhattarai, an expert in plant breeding and genetics. His research focuses on developing new cultivars optimized for controlled environment production, aiming to enhance traits like nutritional density, flavor, and growth habit. With a holistic approach, Texas A&M aims to lead innovation in this burgeoning field, offering growers sustainable and profitable solutions for premium produce.

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Bellville High School Track Team Shines at District Meet

The Bellville High School track team excelled at the district meet, with several athletes and relay teams qualifying for the Area meet. Led by standout performances from DJ Sanders, Zamarion Thomas, and Allyson Skeen, the Brahma and Brahmanette athletes showcased their talent and determination on the track and in the field. They now look ahead to the upcoming meet, aiming to continue their success and advance further in the competition.

Brazos High School FFA Dairy Cattle Teams Excel at San Antonio Livestock Show

Brazos High School FFA Dairy Cattle teams shined at the San Antonio Livestock Show, securing impressive rankings amidst tough competition. Led by dedicated members the teams showcased their expertise in dairy cattle handling, grooming, and knowledge. Their outstanding performance highlights the school's commitment to agricultural education and excellence in livestock competitions.

Faith Academy Knights Varsity Basketball Split Games, Look Forward to Final Regular Season Matchup and Regional Tournament

The Varsity Knights had a mixed week, securing a solid win against Still Creek Christian with a score of 45-34 but falling short to Flatonia at 59-31. Players of the week were Josh Stark and Everett Yates for their outstanding contributions on the court. The Knights look forward to their final regular-season game against Shiner on February 13th before heading to the TAIAO Regional Basketball Tournament in Round Rock on February 15th and 16th.


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