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The Eagle

  1. Cold case reopened in death of officer's mom

    DALLAS (AP) — Shawn Chelf remembers his mother's wake. She had been brutally murdered — attacked and strangled — but her 7-year-old son thought she was simply asleep.
  2. A&M Consolidated wins season-opener over Copperas Cove

    A&M Consolidated was golden in its football season opener, so good that the worst thing the Tigers did against Copperas Cove had a shiny silver lining.
  3. Rudder loses opener to Killeen Shoemaker

    Rudder's season opener against Killeen Shoemaker had all the hallmarks of a certain mad scientist. The problem for the Rangers was that Mr. Hyde was in control quite a bit more than Dr. Jekyll.
  4. College Station shuts out Roseberg Terry 45-0

    The College Station Cougars extracted some revenge from last season's season-opening loss to Rosenberg Terry with a 45-0 blowout in a game decided by halftime Friday at Cougar Stadium. It was also the school's first shutout in football.
  5. Residents share stories of life, family and service 10 years after Hurricane Katrina

    Even 10 years after leaving her home behind under the threat of Hurricane Katrina and being adopted into the Bryan-College Station community, Deborah Miller is still thankful for the support she received when hope ran out -- and she does her best to show it every day.
  6. Reveille I-VII laid back to rest in front of Kyle Field

    The former first ladies of Aggieland are once again at the north entrance of Kyle Field.

Aggie grads commission Kyle Field groom's cake

For Texans, there's nothing like the pageantry of a wedding or the deep-seated tradition of football.

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