Due to the malfunction of computers causing Brown County's 911 service to go offline, the emergency sirens in Brownwood were not able to be conducted on the regularly scheduled day.Please note that this will be a test of the equipment only.
Brownwood Fire Chief Del Albright announced that a test of the emergency sirens will be conducted at 12:00 noon on Monday, March 12th, rescheduled from the regular testing day which is the first Monday of the month.
Walmart Loss Prevention Officer Assaulted, Three Arrested
Three people have been charged with robbery after they assaulted a loss prevention officer at Walmart.
Abilene Law Enforcement to Help With SOTX Torch Run
Law enforcement officers in the Abilene area are getting fired up for the 2013 Torch Run Final Leg Departure, a part of Special Olympics Texas...
CSCOPE to No Longer Offer Lesson Plans to Texas Schools
Senate Education Chairman Dan Patrick announced that CSCOPE, the state's curriculum delivery system, would no longer offer lesson plans to Texas school districts.
McAlister Sworn In, Run--Off Election Date Determined
New Cityy Council member Kyle McAlister was sworn in Monday, and the City Council has set a run-ff election date for place 6.
APD: Suspect Flees After Street Fight, Officers Give Chase
APD has to chase down a suspect on foot after the suspect flees following a street fight.
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