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Past articles by Andy:

Construction crew hits natural gas line in College Station

A precautionary evacuation was issued but has since been lifted. → Read More

Police confirm four Bryan restaurants burglarized early Wednesday morning

The four restaurants are Imperial Chinese & Sushi and Cotton Patch Cafe off Earl Rudder Freeway, and Mr. Hamburger and Babe’s Doughnut & Coffee Shop on Texas Avenue. → Read More

“They were loving people”: Aunt remembers family members killed in home fire

The fire started on County Road 449 in Flynn just before midnight. → Read More

Escaped Brazos County inmate found in North Zulch

Cody Rowley escaped from the second floor of St. Joseph Health Regional Hospital → Read More

Leonard Motors surprises winner of its car giveaway

Bryan resident Tieler Whitaker, 29, was selected as the winner out of nearly 140 nominations. → Read More

Bryan PD: Pedestrian struck by vehicle on Highway 21 has died

Police say the man suffered serious injuries after being struck by the vehicle Sunday night on San Jacinto Lane (SH 21) at Restmeyer Street → Read More

Firefighters respond to blaze at Bryan apartment complex

The blaze was reported just after 6:00 p.m. in the 800 block of Navidad Street. → Read More

Texas A&M study finds repeated exposure to disasters negatively impacts mental health

Their research shows that old adage of “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” isn’t necessarily true. → Read More

UPDATE: Kids released from hospital, one adult in critical condition following Bryan house fire

One of the adults is in critical condition and was transferred to a hospital in Houston → Read More

Free COVID and flu vaccinations at Brazos County VFW Post Thursday

The health district’s team will be set up at the VFW post at 794 North Harvey Mitchell Parkway in Bryan from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. → Read More

Bryan police investigating auto-pedestrian incident

A pedestrian was struck by a vehicle Friday night on Highway 21 east of Highway 6 in Bryan. → Read More

Bryan firefighters save dozens of reptiles inside smoke-filled duplex

Dozens of reptiles including snakes, spiders, lizards, scorpions, and turtles were found inside the home → Read More

Officers investigating crash on Texas Avenue in College Station

At 6:40 p.m. southbound lanes remained closed between Brothers Boulevard and Deacon Drive. → Read More

Shooting investigation underway at College Station apartment complex

The investigation is happening at an apartment building on Atlas Pear Drive at HSC Parkway. → Read More

“Don’t confuse progress with victory”: Doctor warns of complacency as COVID numbers decline

Despite the fact new positive cases are falling, the Brazos Valley is still seeing new COVID patients admitted into the region’s hospitals almost every day. → Read More

Police investigation ongoing Monday night on Riley Street in Hearne

Crime scene tape is up and there’s an ambulance on scene. → Read More

Texas A&M researchers say they can grow food from materials captured from car exhaust

While this research is very much still in the conceptual stages, Texas A&M petroleum engineering professor Maria Barrufet says it’s doable based on simulations and analysis. She says all the processes to make it possible exist, but on a humongous scale. It’s just a matter of scaling them down. → Read More

Two people shot in Henderson Park in Bryan

Bryan police are investigating a double shooting that happened Wednesday night at a city park. → Read More

USPS responds to social media video of College Station employee tossing packages to the ground

The postal service said it was “disappointed” to see the video taken by a concerned citizen. → Read More

Remote-pay parking system to be presented to College Station City Council Thursday

Parking in some spots in College Station can be a challenge, especially on game days, but that congestion and chaos could be a thing of the past. → Read More