Category Archives: Video Reports

Angry Sealy Citizens Pack City Council Chamber Over Increase In Utility Bill [VIDEO]

Last night’s Sealy City Council Meeting was filled with citizens angry about an increase in their utility bills. Some citizens took to the podium to address the council directly while others made their concerns known simply with their presence at the meeting. But, the message was quite clear, that the increase was not OK.

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Reality Check: Why Media’s Claims That the “Alt Right” Are All White Supremacists Is Wrong [VIDEO]

Well, once again President-Elect Donald Trump has stunned the media and political establishments by announcing Stephen Bannon, former head of Breitbart News, as the chief White House Strategist. The move immediately condemned by groups like the Southern Poverty Law Center because Bannon, they say, promotes white supremacy. So, what is true about Stephen Bannon and white nationalism?

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95,000 Square Foot Facility To Open In Sealy Will Bring Much Needed Jobs To The Area [VIDEO]

At Tuesdays Sealy City Council Meeting, a major economic announcement was made concerning the coming construction of the new 95,000 square foot facility to be built on FM 3538 next to the Walmart Distribution Center. The new facility will mean more jobs for the area and is set to open sometime in February 2017. The article has the complete details as well as the video of the announcement.

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WaPo Calls For Snowden To Go To Prison, After Winning Pulitzer Publishing His Leaks [VIDEO]

There is a huge push online focused on Edward Snowden.  That push is for President Obama to issue a full pardon for the former NSA contractor allowing him to come back to the United States.  But, tonight, one of the newspapers that published the Snowden leaks and even won a Pulitzer Prize for them says he deserves to go to […]

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Commissioners Court Fights Over Road and Bridge Funding [VIDEO]

How should money be split among the precincts of Austin County?  Should it be by population or should it be by road miles?  This has been a topic of contention for quite a while in Austin County.  The trouble is there are valid points on both sides of the discussion. Share This ArticleFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail

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Texas A&M Students Honor Victims Of Bonfire Tragedy With Ambitious Project [VIDEO]

Good can come from tragedy if Aggie students have anything to say about it. The student-led organization BUILD has a mission of completing 12 Texas Aggie Medical Clinics (TAMCs) this fall, each dedicated to one of the 12 students killed in the 1999 collapse of the school’s annual bonfire. Share This ArticleFacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail

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