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The City of College Station is working with the Northgate District Association to come up with a compromise on the E-cigarette ordinance. City Council decided not to take action on the E-cigarette ordinance that would have treated them like traditional cigarettes, ban in public and banned minors from buying or using them. More>>
One local furniture store is making a lot of headlines after AM's impressive victory over South Carolina Thursday.
It's Labor Day weekend, and a lot of people are packing up and hitting the road. According to AAA, more than two million Texans will be driving somewhere this weekend for travel.
After the building got pasted up by the federal government during the recent immigration crisis, the City of Bryan is on its way to owning the Army Reserve Center once again.
Safe transportation on game days is always a concern for people,but the newest transit option available to you is just a click away.
As the Traditions community looks to expand and include a commercial area in Bryan called Atlas, not everyone is on board with the incentives they could be getting from the city.
On Thursday, Travis County District Judge John Dietz issued a ruling declaring the way Texas funds its public schools is unconstitutional.
Some City of Bryan employees put a twist on the ALS in an effort to raise even more money for one of their own impacted by the disease. When Sally Jurica was nominated for the challenge she decided to nominate some department directors, and challenge their departments to raise money for the chance to dump the bucket of ice water of their boss' head. More>>
You've probably seen those payday advance lenders around town that advertise getting your cash fast. But new city regulations could change the way these businesses work. According to the City of College station, these credit access and payday loan businesses can help some people get the money they need in a pinch. "People need emergency money," says David Brower, community development analyst for College Station. "If they don't have savings and something happens, you need to repair the tire o... More>>
The Texas Workforce Commission has awarded Blinn College a $115,145 grant to train nearly 200 employees of the new Axis Pipe and Tube facility being built near Lake Bryan.
With the start of the school year comes the start of State House Bill 5. Part of it requires high school students to pick endorsements, which are subject driven tracks.
In honor of the September 11th anniversary coming up, a group of AM students is collecting blood donations that can save lives.
The College Station Fire Department is investigating an apartment fire that has put some residents out of their homes. Firefighters responded to a call from the Varsity II Apartments on Wellborn Road and George Bush Drive at about 3:30 p.m. Monday, August 25th. The fire appears to have started on the second floor by a blow torch being used for plumbing maintenance. Firefighters evacuated residents as they worked to put out the flames. No one was seriously hurt, but the fire department reports... More>>
Eight people are behind bars facing a total of 65 charges after a massive drug bust in Madisonville. Police collected nearly $8,000 in cash, four cars, guns, and about five pounds of drugs. More>>
If you plan on being in Downtown Bryan Saturday between 11 to 2, you might see some big guns. Open Carry Texas is planning a demonstration and ABC40 takes a look at the event and tells what some experts have to say about safety when carrying a firearm in public. More>>
Starting Monday, hundreds of school buses will hit the road. Just one bus can weigh as much as 13 tons, so if you're not careful, not only can it do a lot of damage to your car, but more importantly, it can hurt the kids inside the bus. The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) reported 625 vehicle crashes within school zones last year alone, and 112 of those resulted in serious injuries. Many such accidents happen in August and September during back-to-school season, after summer driver... More>>
Kids are headed back to school and with that comes the need for healthy habits. More>>
When that office bug starts going around, you probably try to avoid it at all costs. Now imagine if your employer had a special clinic you could use to keep you healthy. The City of Bryan has exactly that: a wellness clinic for employees on Villa Maria near St. Joseph Hospital. Started in 2011, the clinic is staffed by St. Joseph Hospital workers who take care of the nearly 2,000 employees, dependents and retirees on the city's health plan. The city hopes that this clinic can be a direct and ... More>>
Environmental policy makers, farmers, and scientists all in the same room to talk fresh air. Texas AM University is hosting the national USDA Agricultural Air Quality Task Force, a meeting full of federal representatives, experts and agricultural producers from around the country. They are here to discuss how farming affects the air you breathe. This federal meeting is a big deal, and for an agricultural university, it's a perfect fit. "We're just very happy to have it here," said Texas AM in... More>>
Kelly Armstrong of Navasota is out on bond after being arrested for first degree murder of his wife Autumn. More>>
Bryan police need your help tracking down some neighborhood mischief-makers. More>>
The Scott & White Hospital in College Station is celebrating its one-year anniversary today by giving a gift to the public:two walking and running trails around its campus for anyone to use.
Hackers have targeted a hospital network, leaving millions of pieces of personal information at risk. Community Health Systems announced the breach Monday. The organization operates 206 hospitals in 29 states across the country including some here in Texas. Such as the College Station Medical Center. More>>