Paige Ellenberger, KXXV News Channel 25

Paige Ellenberger

KXXV News Channel 25

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  • 23ABC News

Recent articles by Paige:

Body found in College Station creek: Police

Authorities are working to identify a body found in a creek Friday morning. KRHD News is on the scene for this developing story. → Read More

'One day at a time': How Texans are sticking to New Year's resolutions for 2023

Experts say it’s normal for New Year's resolutions to fizzle out, especially if you have big goals, but it can affect your mental health. → Read More

'It's not normal': Loved ones react to local barber's murder

Jones wanted to be a barber and was working toward a quickly approaching graduation, but his life was cut short. → Read More

Getting a pulse on our own heart health, in lieu of Damar Hamlin's incident

While nearly 24 million viewers held their breath, waiting to see the outcome of Hamlin’s sudden injury, conversations began unfolding across the world. → Read More

Overnight shooting leaves 1 hospitalized: College Station police

Around 11 p.m. Tuesday, officers were dispatched to the 400 block of Southwest Parkway, according to the College Station Police Department. → Read More

Texas man appeals death sentence, stating Comedy Central episode violated his rights

A Texas man is moving to appeal his death sentence, stating a Comedy Central special violated his constitutional rights. → Read More

Increasing awareness may seem like more kids are going missing, but that's not the case

As more alerts searching for missing people in the Brazos Valley circulate social media, it's important to remember, awareness is up not the number of people missing. → Read More

After 15 minutes of deliberation, jury sends Grimes County man to prison for life

A jury in Grimes County took 15 minutes to find 79-year-old Robert Shannon Crawford guilty of aggravated sexual assault of a child, an offense that happened in 1995. → Read More

'Stitching Hens': Elderly Brazos Valley women join forces to help others

A group of over 20 women meet every Tuesday in a historic church in Madisonville and sew together quilts to donate to different organizations across the state. → Read More

Aggies launch t-shirt company to benefit local children in need

Each sale goes toward the Bryan/College Station Voices for Children to train a CASA, or a court-appointed special advocate. → Read More

Remembering Tessa: Community mourns death of 13-year-old Iola girl

It didn't matter which direction you looked, or what seat you peered at, most people in the crowd wiped away tears listening to the somber testimony. → Read More

Small Bryan store creating big hope for Mexican families in need

The store sells different merchandise like clothing, shoes and accessories from multiple families across Mexico. → Read More

Restaurants struggle to staff kitchens, while local schools train next generation of chefs

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, restaurants have a hard time operating how they used too. Now, they're struggling staffing the kitchen. → Read More

Father-son duo equip law enforcement patrol cars with ballistic glass

Family-owned business in Bryan equips the first law enforcement vehicle in the Brazos Valley with bullet-resistant glass. → Read More

From Aggieland to Houston: The story of an Aggie football star coming back home

A 2015 Texas A&M graduate spent his fair share of time in the NFL. However, it's a homecoming story as he makes his way back to the Lone Star State to suit up with the Houston Texans. → Read More

College Station police investigate an early Wednesday shooting

The College Station Police Department is investigating a Wednesday morning shooting on Holik Drive. → Read More

Record-breaking summer brings challenges to farm-to-table restaurants

As Texas experiences the hottest summer on record, local farm-to-table restaurants are taking a hit, both in the fields and at the store. → Read More

Early-morning fire at apartment complex near Texas A&M extinguished: Witness

An apartment complex fire has been put out near Texas A&M University, witnesses said. → Read More

LGBTQ+ nightlife advocating for inclusion, acceptance and love for all Texans

Drag performer 'Vitamin D' says going out should feel good for everyone. → Read More

REACH Project holds business boot camp for community

The REACH Project is holding its second small business 'boot camp' geared toward creating more success stories, creating generational wealth and helping people connect with the community. → Read More