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County officials hold a ribbon cutting for Brazos County Courthouse after nine years of renovations. [Read More]
Local gun owners may soon get their property back after police arrested a pair of suspected thieves. [Read More]
Surveillance cameras catch suspect stealing packages from Bryan man's front porch. [Read More]
The Bryan College Station Chamber of Commerce celebrated 100 years of serving the community at the 2018 Founders Day celebration. [Read More]
The Bryan City Council will be voting on adding its first ever school zone on Texas Avenue after receiving a request from Harmony Science Academy. [Read More]
Neighbors in a College Station neighborhood say they are still shaken up after a man was gunned down Saturday afternoon. [Read More]
Approximately 40 area firefighters participated in a wildfire training near Lake Somerville. [Read More]
Hundreds lined the sidewalk of Briarcrest Drive near Highway 6 to protest immigration policies. [Read More]
Health leaders across Texas are seeking immediate solutions to increase its HPV immunization ranking. [Read More]
Last week, the Supreme Court cleared the way for a new sales tax that is said to affect online businesses. [Read More]
Myles Garrett gives out 100 free tickets to the new Jurassic Park movie in College Station. [Read More]
A man invented a simple and small alerting device for drivers that could possibly save lives. [Read More]
Cities in Jefferson County will be partnering up with Walker County for short-term shelter in case of a mandatory evacuation. [Read More]
The driver of a semi-truck will undergo a mental health evaluation following an incident Saturday morning on Highway 6. [Read More]
Tags: Highway - Truck - driver
After 20 decades, city council voted unanimously to go forth with a new business park located in south College Station. [Read More]
A fire at the University Trails apartment complex forces 15 residents to relocate. [Read More]
Firefighters were called to the scene of a large apartment fire in College Station on Sunday morning. [Read More]
A local bus driver is taking matters into his own hands by creating public safety videos to help spread awareness about school bus safety. [Read More]
With college students home for the summer, restaurants in Brazos County are preparing for a decline in sales. [Read More]
The privately owned Grandview Cemetery is up for sale. The property has historically been known as an African-American cemetery. [Read More]
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