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UPDATE: College Station convenience store clerk killed during robbery attempt, police say
A College Station convenience store clerk died late Sunday after being shot multiple times during a robbery attempt, authorities said. The shooting happened at the Valero convenience store at 2160 Rock Prairie Road near Texas 6 around 9 p.m.
Shane Lechler: A comical case of mistaken identity
It’s a daily occurrence at H-E-B at Tower Point in College Station. Customers walk up to the pharmacy, see the name and photo of the pharmacist on the wall, then ask the same question when that pharmacist appears behind the window.
College Station Fire Department Reminders Following Two Friday Residential Fire Calls
College Station firefighters responded to two homes on Friday. The first call involved smoke in an oven where firefighter Carter Hall said the oven was moved outside because the oven door was locked.
PET OF THE WEEK: Charlie Brown
Charlie Brown, a red tabby cat, is searching for a new home this holiday season. He doesn't care if your tree is big or small, he is just looking for a new family to love on him. Charlie's adoption fee has been reduced to $12 during the Aggieland Humane Society's 12 Strays of Christmas adoption spec
Local Girl Wins Nickelodeon $3000 Toy Shopping Spree
College Station 6-year-old Faith Moore was one of three entrants among 150,000 nation-wide who were picked at randon to win a $3000 toy shopping spree based on the Nick 90's iconic show "Toy Run". Nickelodeon and crew, including rising star JoJo Siwa who hosted the event, all came to the Bryan Wal M
Salvation Army seeks volunteers to sort Angel Tree donations
The community has shown an outpouring of support in the form of monetary and toy donations toward this year's Salvation Army Angel Tree campaign, but the local nonprofit says there aren't enough volunteers to sort the items and prepare the toys to go to the families in need.
Five things to do this weekend around Bryan-College Station
This weekend there are several events to celebrate the holidays with the whole family, including local theater’s productions of A Christmas Carol, I’ll Be Home For Christmas and Seussical. There’s also a lighted Christmas parade and chances to visit Santa. For more events, visit the online Events Ca
Our Neighbors Calendar: Dec. 16
Star Duplicate Bridge Club, 9:15 a.m., Brazos Center. For partnerships, call ahead 703-1769. College Station Noon Lions Club, noon, Hilton Hotel. 690-8525. New members welcome. Check website for program: www.csnoonlions.org/.
Bush Presidential Library volunteers enjoy meeting visitors, sharing history about former president
With more than 45 years in Bryan schools between them, Joan Moore and Sandra Wood moved to a different type of library after they retired. Both Moore and Wood joined the George H. W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum as volunteers after retiring from their careers in the school district -- Moore
Bryan-College Station Habitat for Humanity works with residents in need of a home to give 'hand up'
For Bryan-College Station Habitat for Humanity, more important than the numbers are the stories, according to executive director Andy York. There are the numbers: nearly 300 homes built, more than 1,200 people housed, and over $400,000 in taxes paid by Habitat homeowners annually to reinvest in Brya
Bryan Police Department: Toddler found outside as man slept
A Bryan man was arrested Thursday after police say a toddler he was watching wandered outside while he napped. According to Bryan police, an officer was called to Sprucewood Street early Thursday afternoon after a man reported seeing a toddler and a dog running down the street unattended. After the
Texas A&M recognizes record number of graduates; 48 Corps cadets commissioned
There's a lot of noise at Texas A&M University graduation ceremonies: Cheers and whoops, both loud and faint; boisterous shouts from fired-up nursing students; laughter after cheers that got a little too enthusiastic; several speeches; and, after the awarding of diplomas, joyous, tearful renditions
Wreaths Across America event honors Brazos Valley veterans
Dozens of men, women and children stood amongst billowing American flags in the Aggie Field of Honor cemetery in College Station late Saturday morning and prepared to lay one of 133 fresh Maine balsam wreaths at the headstone of a veteran as part of this year's Wreaths Across America ceremony.
Texas A&M pledge's autopsy report released
BRAZOS COUNTY, Texas -- The Medical Examiner has released the cause of death for Texas A&M fraternity pledge Joseph Little. 18-year-old Little reportedly died of a stroke after having a series of seizures brought on by Adderall use.
College Station employee hit by car is recovering
Sept. 20 started out a normal day for Harold "Dendy" Brown. The 40-year-old commuted to College Station from his home in Gause -- something he's done for 16 years -- to work as a route manager for the city's public works department.
Lighted Christmas parade taking over Downtown Bryan Friday
Santa Claus is coming to town and he's riding in the annual Downtown Bryan Light Christmas Parade on Friday. The only lighted parade in Bryan-College Station will begin at 6:30 p.m.
College Station Police Department: Man tried to hide evidence
A College Station man was arrested Wednesday in connection to a November 2017 incident in which he is accused of attempting to dispose of physical evidence connected to his own shooting, police said.
Bryan girl gets Walmart shopping spree thanks to Nickelodeon Toy Run
Faith Moore, 6, of College Station won a chance to race through the toy section of a Bryan Walmart to nab as many toys as she can as a part of Nickelodeon's Toy Run show. The Facebook Live broadcast was hosted by teen celebrity JoJo Siwa.
Texas college student died after snorting Adderall, autopsy says
A Texas A&M University freshman died after snorting Adderall, a prescription drug used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, according to a newly released autopsy report.
Officials: Baytown man stole truck
A Baytown man is accused of stealing a truck from a Papa John's in College Station late Tuesday. Officials say that Christopher McGowan, 29, took the truck from the parking lot of the restaurant on Rock Prairie Road around 11:30 p.m. and was located by police at a gas station in Navasota.