Bankrupt Texas junior college plans f...

Bankrupt Texas junior college plans fall classes

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Private donors have contributed $35,000 for a reward for information leading to the arrest, prosecution and conviction of a suspect in the torture of a dog found wandering a remote county road with its muzzle taped... Private donors have contributed $35,000 for a reward for information leading to the arrest, prosecution and conviction of a suspect ... (more)

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Houston, TX

#1 Jul 14, 2012
Can't wait to attend a school that pockets the students' financial aid money, about to lose 2-yr college accreditation, and is being dragged through federal bankruptcy proceeding.
The teachers work for free and don't care when they get a paycheck.
Their head coach is doing time for child porn and their star quarterback was arrested for assaulting a peace officer.

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