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13 hrs ago | Beef Magazine
Here's the final installment of BEEF magazine's serialization of Kenneth Eng's book, "I Started Small & Just Got Lucky." The 50-year beef history and memoir is available now.
17 hrs ago | City of College Station
The Household Hazardous Waste Collection event scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 18 needs volunteers to help the Twin Oaks Landfill with traffic flow, litter collection, book collection, and other duties. Volunteers will receive a t-shirt, meal, and refreshments.
Austin TV station KXAN is reporting that an Austin Police officer is facing a five day suspension following his arrest for public urination/disorderly conduct in College Station. According to a memo obtained by KXAN, Officer Gustavo Guzman was suspended Sept.
The City of College Station Public Works Department has received the Brazos Valley Council of Governments ' Solid Waste Award for its Adopt-A-Street program. The award is presented annually to organizations that make notable contributions to environmental stewardship in their communities.
Lookout! The dachshunds are coming! Wiener Fest 2014 takes place on Saturday, October 4, at Wolf Pen Creek Park in College Station, Texas . Just as in past years, Wiener Fest 2014 is not just for wiener dogs.
An Austin Police officer is facing a five day suspension following his arrest for public urination/disorderly conduct in College Station, Texas. According to a memo obtained by KXAN, Officer Gustavo Guzman was suspended Sept.
Cloudy, breezy and cooler Saturday with a limited patch or two of light rain. Highs in the mid 70s with lows from the upper 50s to the lower 60s! Warming back into the 80s on Sunday.
Kessler McLaughlin joined the KBTX news team in January 2014 as a Photojournalist/Reporter. Raised in Phoenix, Arizona, Kessler is excited and proud to call the Brazos Valley his new home.
A gas leak at a regulator station near Agronomy and University Ave in College Station made for a busy morning for Atmos repair crews. According to Chase Murphy, a rep with Atmos Energy, the leak was shutoff within a matter of minutes and no customers were affected.
Thanks to a local citizen keeping a watchful eye, College Station police were able to arrest two burglary suspects this week. A College Station resident saw a male looking into the window of a home in the 100 block of Park Place and called police with a detailed description.
Clay Falls joined the KBTX news family in January 2010 and is excited to be covering the Bryan/College Station area. Prior to joining the Brazos Valley news leader, Clay was a reporter for more than two years with CBS 19 in Tyler-Longview, Texas.
Stalled, heavy rain over the Central Brazos Valley has caused areas of flooding through portions of Bryan / College Station, along with parts of Brazos, Burleson, and Madison Counties. A FLASH FLOOD WARNING remains in place for Brazos and Burleson Counties until 11:45pm.
Patrina Adger is an award winning journalist who joined KBTX as a Multi-Media Journalist in May 2014. She came to College Station from FOX 26 News in Houston, where she worked as an Associate Producer for nearly four years.
We had some good rain today in northern and central areas. The cold front has stalled Thursday night along a line from Shreveport to Nacogdoches and just north of College Station.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 09:42 am
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