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Bryan woman gets 11 years for health care fraud

A Central Texas medical supply operator has been sentenced to 11 years in federal prison in a nearly $3.4 million health care fraud scheme. More>>

BRYAN

Messina Hof Wine and Roses Festival Bringing Money To Town Video included

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Spring has sprung and plants are blooming. Specifically the grape vines and rose bushes at Messina Hof Winery. Their 30th annual wine and roses festival is bringing in big bucks for the local economy. More>>

BRAZOS COUNTY

Heart Screening Comes To Local High Schools Video included

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Sudden cardiac arrest is the number one killer in student athletes. And it too often happens to athletes who are seemingly healthy and show no signs or symptoms. More>>

BRAZOS VALLEY

Corps Of Cadets Supports March Of Dimes Video included

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March of Dimes is an organization dedicated to helping premature babies. Texas A&M's Corps of Cadets had been helping fund raise for them. And some corps members who were March of Dimes babies are able to give back. More>>

COLLEGE STATION

Howdy! Farm Brings New Farmers' Market to Local BrewPub Video included

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Some say eating locally grown produce is better for your health. A Texas A&M student organization is also saying it is better for the local economy. More>>

COLLEGE STATION

Property Owners and Managers Respond to Potential Rental Changes Video included

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Although nothing is official yet, some people don't agree with the changes the city of College Station is suggesting for their rental registration ordinance.
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COLLEGE STATION

College Station Looking To Change Their Rental Guidelines Video included

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The city of College Station is looking to make some changes to their rental registration ordinance. It sets guidelines for single family rental houses and duplexes. More>>

CENTRAL TEXAS

PTSD affects veterans jobs, recent shooting could make it worse Video included

Updated: Apr 10, 2014 11:11 PM

A local soldier says his PTSD is making it hard for him to get a job and the recent Fort Hood shooting could make it worse. More>>

COLLEGE STATION

Noel Devin and Her Father Honored By Texas A&M Video included

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Aggies all over and the local community are mourning the loss of the two that were found dead in a burned house in Bryan on Monday. More>>

COLLEGE STATION

College Station Storage Center See String of Burglaries Video included

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College Station police are looking for the whoever is  responsible for a string of burglaries at a storage center. More>>

Bryan

Man Arrested After Two Bodies Found In Bryan House Fire Video included

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The two bodies were found Monday in a house fire in the 2000 block of Vinewood in Bryan. More>>

Bryan

TxDOT Recognizes Families For Work Zone Awareness Week Video included

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With the Brazos Valley growing more and more everyday, roadway construction and   maintenance zones can be seen everywhere.
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COLLEGE STATION

New Behavior Health Hospital Opens In College Station Video included

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The ribbon has been cut and starting Tuesday morning the Rock Prairie Behavior Health Hospital will be treating patients.
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BRYAN

Texas A&M School of Public Health Gears Up For Public Health Week Video included

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With their new name, Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Public Health will be recognizing national public health week, from April 4th to 12th. More>>

COLLEGE STATION

TEEX and Texas Task Force One Host Helicopter Search & Rescue Workshop Video included

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Texas Task Force 1 and the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service are hosting a national helicopter search and rescue workshop April 1st and 2nd.
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COLLEGE STATION

Changes To Solicitor Ordinance Video included

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Businesses looking to go door to door in College Station will be facing some stronger obstacles. The city council voted to update their regulations for their solicitation ordinance. More>>

BRYAN

Bryan Trying To Spark Growth By Offering Incentives For Home Builders Video included

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In an effort to see the city grow, Bryan city council has voted to start a new incentive program for home builders to start construction within city limits. More>>

COLLEGE STATION

College Station Gets Feedback For Its Comp Plan Video included

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With College Station's population hitting over 100,000 people, the city is growing faster than they planned for. Luckily the time has come for them to review their comprehensive plan, which is a guide to growth and development. More>>