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DNA results in Brown Co. homicide expected soon, residents on alert

The Brown County Sheriff’s Department is expecting DNA results next week in the homicide investigation of Chantay Blankinship -- evidence the department believes will greatly help in cracking this case.

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Brownwood man sentenced for 6th felony conviction

A Brownwood man was sentenced to 25 years in prison for felony delivery of a controlled substance in a drug free zone.

3 arrested with meth at Brownwood motorcycle shop

Brown County deputies arrested three people on Friday for allegedly having meth on them at a Brownwood motorcycle shop after the store was closed.

Brexit

Brit in Brownwood says Brexit was anti-establishment vote

People with ties to Britain living in the United States spent Thursday following the referendum vote on whether the U.K. should leave the European Union.


Park officials add 250,000 catfish to Lake Brownwood

If you're gone fishin', you may want to stop by Lake Brownwood.

Brownwood woman shares story of immigrant past, success

Sen. Ted Cruz and Gov. Greg Abbott applauded the U.S Supreme Court’s split decision on immigration Thursday. The decision sent President Obama’s 2014 executive action on immigration back to a lower court, where a judge ruled against the president.

Phone scam

Brownwood man loses $2,000 in 'grandparent scam'

Brownwood police say a scammer pretended to be a man’s distressed grandchild and stole $2,000 from him.

Farewell reception held for Brownwood Police Chief

The city of Brownwood bid farewell to Police Chief Mike Corley in a reception held on Wednesday.

Brown County man indicted for evading police, tossing drugs

A Brown County man who fled from a traffic stop and threw items from a motorcycle through the streets of Brownwood in February was indicted on multiple charges Tuesday.

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Opinion sought, Brown County Attorney practice scrutinized

Newly appointed Brown County Auditor Jennifer Robison has submitted a letter to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, asking for an opinion on a “donation program” where suspects in misdemeanor cases can pay the county attorney a fee for a lenient sentence.

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