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The legal system is tough to navigate and often takes years of study to master. However, a group of residents in Bryan have fought the same legal battle for years, and recently had some success at last.
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.
One man was injured after an explosion at oil storage containers in Robertson County Wednesday morning. More>>
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>>
Authorities say a trailer loaded with fireworks has exploded near a Texas high school, killing one person and injuring three other people who were setting up for a Fourth of July show. More>>
HEB has issued a precautionary recall for several beef market items being sold in their Texas stores. The items were recalled because of the possible presence of "foreign material" in the meat. 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.