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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>>
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Bryan police need your help tracking down some neighborhood mischief-makers. Six frustrated vehicle owners in Bryan's Wheeler Ridge Subdivision woke to slashed tires. All the incidents occurred sometime during the early hours of Tuesday morning on August 19th near the 4000 blocks of Woodbriar, Kirkwood, Willow Oak, Woodcrest, and Creekridge. Police estimate the total damages are about $3,000. If you have any information regarding who did this, contact the Bryan Police Criminal Investigatio... More>>
The ScottWhite 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. The 1.25 mile trail in addition to a shorter .75 mile trail are now open, winding around through the hospital's scenic surroundings. Regular exercise is linked to decreased risk of heart disease, diabetes, and other illnesses, so hospital officials hope that promoting safe exercise around the hospital can pr... More>>
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>>
Bryan police need your help finding a theft suspect outside a Bryan bank. At about 11:00 a.m. on Monday, August 18th, a customer was walking up to the entrance of Compass Bank on the 1200 block of Briarcrest Drive with cash in her hand to make a deposit. Police say a male suspect approached her, grabbed the money out of her hand, and escaped on foot. Bryan police also say a crime like this is unusual during daylight hours. "This appears to be a crime of opportunity, because you don't see this... More>>
This summer the Brazos Valley has seen a lot of visitors, and all that action is paying huge dividends. Even with college students gone, hotels have been almost full all summer. The Bryan College Station Convention Visitors Bureau estimates there were about 60,000 visitors that brought nearly $10 million to the local economy. More>>
Texas Governor Rick Perry's state attorney predicts Perry will be cleared of two felony charges handed up late Friday by a Travis County grand jury. More>>
All tires can be recycled, and it's not only better for the environment, but it's also better for your health and safety. The tires piled in heaps around the Brazos County Expo are at the end of the road.
Nowadays you see them more and more, e-cigarettes. Thursday night the College Station city council heard a proposal to regulate their use.
The 2015 City of College Station budget is now on the table for discussion. More>>
West Nile virus is here in Brazos County. Brazos County Health found mosquitoes on the AM Golf Course that tested positive for the virus. If infected mosquitoes bite humans, they can pass along the disease.
There isn't currently a vaccine for Ebola, but the center for innovation would be able to help in the process of developing one. More>>
As of Thursday morning the Texas AM Corps of Cadets has a brand new leadership learning center. The Ash Leadership Learning Center is now open to help them succeed in their first priority, which is academics. More>>
The Brazos Valley Food Bank is raising money to expand its facilities and feed more families. Thousands of people showed up at the Brazos Center on Wednesday, August 13th for the food bank's annual Feast of Caring event.
Blinn College is offering a scholarship that could cover more than half a student's annual tuition.
A couple years ago, you wouldn't have wanted to touch the water of the Bryan Municipal Lake, let alone swim in it.
Its not often you see twins or triplets born, and quadruplets are even more rare, but St. Joseph welcomed their first set over the weekend. More>>
Police need your help tracking down suspects of a violent robbery outside a Bryan nightclub.
Monday, Baylor announced the start of a new partnership to help Blinn College students transfer easier.
If you've ever wanted to know how much money stores get from food stamps, now's your chance to find out. The USDA is currently seeking public comment on the issue. More>>
Despite the scandal with the VA, they are still managing to send help for Brazos Valley veterans. More>>
Police continue investigations over the fatal August 6th crash on Harvey Mitchell Parkway, and it could affect your weekend travel plans.
School doesn't start until September, but you can already see those back-to-school aisles popping up at stores around town. One group is working to ensure that all students have the new supplies they need. More>>
Its kissing bug season,but its not what you would think. A kissing bug is an insect that feeds on blood and can transmit a deadly disease to humans or their pets.
The heat can really hike up electricity bills during summer, but some local utility companies try to get their customers lower electricity rates.
The first Aggie football game of the season is three weeks from Thursday,and some Aggie fans were getting nervous about how they were going to watch it. More>>
A suspected burglary is charged after being sent to the hospital following a shooting in South College Station, near the medical center.
A man dressed in an Afghan army uniform opened fire Tuesday on NATO troops at a military base, killing a U.S. two-star general and wounding some 15 people, among them a German brigadier general and a number of Americans troops, authorities said.
Summer thunder storms can do a lot to cool down temperatures outside, but they can cause downed power lines, too.
Construction is in full swing throughout Bryan and College Station, and while it can be disruptive, there is a bright side.
A Central Texas teenager has died after he and another man were playing with a gun and the weapon discharged. More>>
It's not something you probably think about very often when you turn on the tap, but it's important to understand where your water comes from. In College Station, updates to a water facility will make water distribution cheaper, safer, and more efficient. More>>
A bad spinal cord injury could leave someone paralyzed and there isn't much doctors can do to treat it. But researchers at the Texas AM College of Veterinary Medicine are studying injuries in dogs and how treatment can also help people. More>>
Fast food giant, McDonald's says it'll appeal a $27 million Central Texas jury verdict against it in the deaths of two teenagers in a traffic crash. More>>
It has been hot lately, but that's not slowing down the competitive spirit of some athletes in College Station. More>>
An emergency like an active shooter on campus isn't something any school wants to experience. Wednesday, Texas AM had an emergency exercise to make sure they're ready for the worst. More>>
Normally you can count on College Station to be mostly traffic free, but when AM has a home game all bets are off. So the Texas AM Transportation Institute and other community partners have come up with a plan on how to best handle traffic for the upcoming season. More>>
The Children's Museum of the Brazos Valley has made its home in downtown Bryan's historic Municipal Building for more than 16 years, but it is time for a change. More>>
There is a Highway 6 update that could save you some time. More>>
Statewide in Texas, there aren't enough family doctors, especially in rural areas. A new program may be able to help with that shortage. Texas AM Health Science Center is launching a new family nurse practitioner masters.
Recycling isn’t just for paper and plastic; you can also recycle motor oil. However, when it's done incorrectly, the results can be dangerous.
No one ever plans to have a premature baby, so when a baby does come early some families are unprepared. March of dimes is having a community baby shower to get those families what they need during that time. More>>
A new motion filed by defendants in the trial after the West explosion say the city of West and others are liable for the explosion. More>>
Bryan police want your help to track down an armed robbery suspect. Police say on Monday and Wednesday night, a man brandished a gun and demanded the belongings of residents at the Reveille Ranch Apartments on Wellborn Road... More>>
Plans for new skate parks in Bryan are rapidly coming together. According to city officials there are more skaters and bikers in the area than many realize and the need for a place for them to go is growing.
Good news for Brazos Valley drivers! The northbound exit ramps to Harvey Road and University Drive are open again. However, construction continues on Highway 6, and that means new closures. More>>
Now might be the perfect time to take that road trip that you have been wanting to go on. New data from AAA shows that Texans on average pay 14 cents less for gas than the rest of the nation, and prices are expected to fall even more... More>>
A new summer camp at Texas AM is teaching middle school students about engineering through 3-D printing. The camp is opening their eyes to the world of engineering, while also giving back to other students. More>>
It's hard to beat the Texas heat, but now try to imagine fighting fires wearing a uniform that weighs more than 115 pounds. That is just one challenge facing the firefighters at the Brayton Fire Training Field in College Station. More>>
Yet another building in Downtown Bryan that's over a 100 years old will soon be getting a make-over. The Temple Freda, that was once a Jewish Synagogue, is now in the process of being restored. More>>
An anchor recovered from Puget Sound north of Seattle and believed to be more than 200 years old has reached Texas for restoration. More>>
A building with over 100 years of history is about to get a make-over and bring new development to the north end of downtown Bryan.
A small family in Bryan is looking to have a big impact on kids battling cancer. The mom and her three children are making J.A.K.S. Chemo Care Kits for Kids to make life a little easier for kids going through chemotherapy treatment. More>>
A Brazos County man was sentenced to 25 years in prison Thursday. More>>
A well known Bryan dentist was convicted of improper visual recording on Thursday.
Amidst everything going on with the VA scandal, Mays Business School is having an Entrepreneurship Boot camp for Disabled Veterans. More>>
A handful of College Station residents are now regretting taking help from someone they thought was a good Samaritan. More>>
A purple heart recipient and veteran combat surgeon is bringing his skills to the College Station Medical Center.
The victim of an early morning house fire in College Station has been identified. More>>
With the recent immigration crisis reaching a fever pitch federal officials have been looking at places all over the country to help, and one of those places was Bryan's former army reserve center, until Friday. More>>
The Burleson County Sheriff's Office is collecting more than just satisfaction from a 2009 drug bust.
There has been a new advancement in the fight against what's been called the deadliest disease in the world, tuberculosis.
Starting Wednesday, some railroad crossings in downtown Bryan will be temporarily closed.
More pets are reported as missing on the Fourth of July than on any other day of the year, according to the American Kennel Club.
Friday is the biggest holiday of the summer, but it also marks one of the busiest days for most emergency rooms. Dr. Brian Goerig with College Station MedPlus, says the most common injuries that happen on the Fourth of July are preventable. More>>
More jobs and money are coming to the Brazos Valley because a business in the bio-corridor will be expanding. More>>
Now that the city of College Station has changed its rental registration ordinance, students from Texas AM Student Government Association are looking to take action and make sure student renters' opinions are heard. More>>
Big changes are coming for renters in College Station. Changes to the rental registration ordinance re-enforces the city's ability to hand down citations for violations.