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Thursday, March 26, 2015 - 12:43pm

National Night Out to be held October 1

The 2013 Annual National Night Out will be this Tuesday, October 1, 2013. The kickoff event for National Night Out was held September 12th at the Bryan Target store and was a great success. Now it’s time to have your own block party.

Rangers looking for more after sweeping Astros

The Rangers will take a step up in class to finish the season with four games against the Los Angeles Angels, who are 23-9 since Aug. 23.

Authorities searching nationwide for man sexually assaulting child for 8+ years

Texas authorities have joined other law enforcement agencies across the nation in the search for a mysterious man who is sexually assaulting a child and using her for pornographic images.

Obamacare premium rates lower than expected

The Obamacare premiums will cost less than predicted, according to data released Wednesday by the Obama administration. The release provided the first look into rates for consumers buying individual insurance on the 36 federally run exchanges.

The Kindle's live, human, screen-controlling tech support

One of the oddest features in the new Kindle Fire tablets is decidedly retro: a button that summons a human tech support representative on your screen. When you press the Mayday button on a Kindle Fire HDX, a small box appears on the tablet.

Poachers in Zimbabwe poison 87 elephants for ivory, official says

HARARE, Zimbabwe (CNN) -- More than 80 elephants in Zimbabwe have been poisoned with cyanide -- the latest victims of poachers keen to feed soaring global demand for illegally trafficked ivory. Since May, the carcasses of 87 elephants have been di

Remains found on Costa Concordia

Human remains have been found on the wrecked Costa Concordia, possibly answering what happened to the last two missing passengers of the cruise liner that ran aground off Italy's Giglio Island in 2012, a spokesman for the head of Italy's civil protec

Paul Oliver: Latest in a string of NFL suicides

Paul Oliver, a former defensive back for the University of Georgia and the San Diego Chargers, was found dead this week, apparently from a self-inflicted gunshot. His death marks the latest in a string of suicides among former professional footbal

What's the deal with the new Army tattoo rules?

In this day and age, tattoos have become commonplace.

Little boy shot in the face in Chicago now even more afraid of the dark

Kids are scared of the dark. That's normal. But Deonta Howard is now even more leery of nightfall.