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College Station, Texas – SHARE YOUR FAMILY VACATION EXPERIENCES WITH KAMU!

In preparation for the much anticipated new KEN BURNS series, "National Parks", KAMU is looking for families from the Brazos Valley to share their National Park experiences with others by submitting photos and a short description of the trip to the station.

Brazos Valley – April 30th 8:30am UPDATE. Here is a list or roadways that are closed due to flooding or flood damage: BRAZOS COUNTY OSR, from SH 6 to FM 1940 is closed due to the flooding on/along the Navasota River. Only through traffic allowed.


MADISON COUNTY
OSR, from the Navasota River to FM 1452 is closed due to water over the roadway.
OSR, between SH 39 and FM 1452 due to flood damage.


LEON COUNTY
FM 1848, from US 79 to FM 489

Bryan/College Station – Human cases of Swine Influenza, commonly known as Swine Flu, have been identified in the United States and Mexico. The Brazos County Health Department is encouraging everyone to follow precautions to reduce the spread of the virus.

**Stay home when you are sick and avoid close contact with others to avoid spreading the illness.
**Cough or sneeze into the bend of your elbow or a tissue and properly dispose of used tissues.
**Wash hands frequently and thoroughly with soap and warm water or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.

College Station, TX – In its eighth season, the Starlight Music Series, presented by College Station Parks and Recreation and sponsored by College Station Utilities, will bring big-name entertainment to Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheater. The event series kicks off Saturday, May 2 featuring Foghat with guest Midnight Express.

College Station, TX – In the College Station Municipal elections,
two incumbent city council members, Lynn McIlhaney and Dave Ruesink, are up for re-election and have opponents in the May 9 election. McIlhaney, Place 4 Candidate, is being opposed by Douglas Cummings, local FedEx
manager, and Katy-Marie Lyles, Director of College Ministries at A&M Methodist Church. Ruesink, Place 6 Candidate, is being opposed by Clif Eggers and Chandler Salome, both students.

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