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If you're out and about in College Station, you'll probably notice 4-H members all around the city. They're here for the 2018 Texas Roundup, which... [Read More]
One teen is in the hospital and another in jail after a shooting in Grimes County on Sunday night. [Read More]
The City of College Station is hiring a number of new operators to take emergency and non-emergency phone calls. [Read More]
An old scam that has hit Brazos Valley before is making the rounds once again. [Read More]
The sheriff's office is looking into threats about the school's graduation. Authorities said there is no evidence to support these rumors. Additional security will be... [Read More]
Members of the Burleson County community rode out this morning for a good cause. [Read More]
More than one hundred athletes are competing this weekend in Special Olympics equestrian events. [Read More]
Two months later and roofing companies are still busy with hail damaged roofs. [Read More]
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Brazos Valley residents found their own way to honor victims of the Santa Fe shooting. [Read More]
The driver of the pickup was cited for the traffic violation. [Read More]
Scammers are targeting taxpayers by calling people and saying they owe money. [Read More]
A pair of Bryan neighbors are searching for the thieves who stole a lawnmower out of one man's yard. [Read More]
The chilly weather did not hold thousands of festival goers back from enjoying Chilifest. [Read More]
Hundreds were out at Stephen F. Austin Middle School on Saturday to check out Bryan ISD's first ever district showcase. [Read More]
Officers posted ads Friday afternoon on a website that's commonly used by people seeking to engage in sexual acts for a fee. [Read More]
The City of Bryan added new bikes lanes as part of a safety improvement program. [Read More]
The City of College Station said they're working hard to fill empty buildings around town. [Read More]
Some of our very own KBTX celebs got to dance Saturday night and raise money for Health For All. [Read More]
Hundreds of students and supporters joined in on the nationwide movement of March For Our Lives. [Read More]
The Blue Bunny hunt was hosted by Bryan Police and Bryan Parks and Recreation. [Read More]
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