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Haley Vyrostek


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Past articles by Haley:

Bryan police release names in deadly plane crash, survivor remains in critical condition

The plane crashed on the south end of the runway Sunday at Coulter Airfield in Bryan. → Read More

Disinfecting drone to be used to sanitize Kyle Field, other facilities amid pandemic

Texas A&M University will be leasing a disinfecting drone from Lucid Drone Technologies to sanitize their facilities including Kyle Field and Reed Arena amid the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Brazos County confirms another death, 60 new COVID-19 cases

This is a current count of COVID-19 cases in the Brazos Valley based on the information provided to KBTX. Additional information on these cases can be found on the local news page. → Read More

Woman describes moments after newborn was found in N.C. trash can

Together with the woman who found him, they waited until paramedics arrived, comforting the child that just minutes before had been left for dead. → Read More

Fraudulent CDC letter circulating through social media

A fraudulent letter that appears to have been published by the CDC is appearing on social media feeds claiming the CDC does not recommend three common face masks; the N95 mask, surgical masks, and cloth masks. → Read More

Some local bars find creative ways to operate, others close following Gov. Abbott’s order

Some local bars find creative ways to operate, others have no choice but to close following Gov. Abbott’s order. → Read More

Texas restaurants can operate at 75% capacity starting Friday

The governor's plan to reopen the state continues to roll out as the number of Texans hospitalized with coronavirus hits an all-time high for the third day in a row. → Read More

College Station police looking for missing 84-year-old woman

College Station police are asking for help locating a missing 84-year-old woman who they say has dementia. → Read More

CSPD: Couple was arguing before girlfriend was struck, killed by intoxicated driver

A Bryan man is facing manslaughter and DWI charges after the pickup truck he was driving early Friday morning struck and killed his girlfriend. → Read More

The Dixie Chicken begins rebuilding after roof collapse

The Dixie Chicken's rebuilding efforts are already underway after a massive storm caused part of their roof to collapse Wednesday evening. → Read More

Sammy Catalena's life and legacy honored at public visitation

On Tuesday, many people in the Brazos Valley paid their respects and said goodbye to a man loved by many, Sammy Catalena. → Read More

Procession held to honor local firefighter killed in crash

The city of Madisonville says he is a hero who will be missed. → Read More

Local ER nurses face new challenges amid COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented a number of changes and challenges for ER nurses in the Brazos Valley. → Read More

Local ER nurses changing the way they work due to COVID-19

During National Nurses Week, we're profiling those helping our friends and neighbors battle the coronavirus. → Read More

Lake Somerville State Park reopens with temporary restrictions for visitors

With the decision to open Texas state parks, come some restrictions and guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

Lake Somerville visitors sent home following orders to close all state parks

Many visitors at Lake Somerville's Birch Creek Unit didn't realize an order closing state parks had been put in place, or that they were about to be sent home Tuesday evening. → Read More

Spiritual hotline now available for Brazos County residents

The number is 979-361-5790 and the line is open Monday - Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. → Read More

Odessa woman leads College Station police on chase in stolen vehicle

An Odessa woman leads police on a brief chase after stealing a car in College Station Saturday night. → Read More

Local bar gives free meals to fellow service industry employees out of work

After closing the bar Monday, Barry Ivins opened it back up Wednesday for a few hours to help fellow servers who are out of work. → Read More

Multiple law enforcement agencies respond to 'incident' in Washington County.

It happened just before 10:00 p.m. on Washington Bridge Road between SH 105 and FM 1155. → Read More