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Past articles by Jessica:

New nonprofit hoping to make a difference in Hearne

A new organization in Hearne is working to make a difference in the community. → Read More

Texas A&M taking care of parking costs for disabled veterans

On Thursday, Texas A&M confirmed a letter had gone out to disabled veterans saying they would have to start paying for parking on campus. → Read More

Somerville bar hoping third time’s the charm

Bars in Burleson County were able to reopen their doors this past weekend → Read More

Friends of Chamber Music hosting virtual event for Valentine’s Day Weekend

The Friends of Chamber Music will host a special virtual concert for Valentine’s Day Weekend. The fourth virtual concert of the Friends Digital Series will host the Ariel String Quartet. → Read More

Texas A&M outdoor COVID testing canceled Monday, indoor testing delayed

Outdoor COVID-19 testing locations on Texas A&M’s campus, including drive-thrus are canceled for Monday, January 11. → Read More

College Station man arrested after shooting woman in the neck

A College Station man was arrested early Saturday morning after shooting a woman in the neck during an argument. → Read More

Bystanders help save young father injured in two-car accident

A father of two is recovering after being seriously injured in a car accident on Thursday. It happened at the intersection of Villa Maria Road and Nash Street. → Read More

Troopers investigating deadly crash on Brazos County road

The one-vehicle crash shut down FM 1179 between Morgan Road and Shirley Road. → Read More

Teacher Incentive Allotment helping rural schools like Anderson-Shiro recruit teachers

Teachers in Anderson-Shiro now have the opportunity to make a near six figure salary. It’s because of House Bill 3 dealing with the Teacher Incentive Allotment, a framework for identifying the most qualified and effective teachers and paying them accordingly. → Read More

Catholic Charities hosting drive-thru event for families impacted by COVID-19

They’ll be giving out FREE diapers, hygiene kits, and COVID-19 support kits to anyone who needs it. → Read More

Beaumont senior living center evacuates to College Station

On Wednesday afternoon, 32 residents from Pelican Bay Senior Living in Beaumont made their way to College Station by bus. → Read More

Police investigating 19-year-old’s drowning at Lake Bryan

The man was reported missing Saturday night by friends. His body was recovered Sunday morning. → Read More

Dozens gather as Officer William Cooper is laid to rest

On Tuesday morning, Officer William Cooper was laid to rest. → Read More

Ribbon cutting held for BCS Together

On Wednesday afternoon, an official ribbon cutting as held for the BCS Together Closet. → Read More

Driver survives rollover crash on Highway 6 in Bryan

Police say another vehicle caused the crash when it improperly changed lanes and struck the pickup → Read More

Local bars frustrated with no timeline on reopening

Some local bars say they want to be reopened and are frustrated from the lack of guidelines from Governor Abbott’s office. → Read More

Accident temporarily shuts down southbound Highway 6

An accident causes southbound Highway 6 to shutdown in Bryan. → Read More

Inmate at Brazos County Jail tests positive for COVID-19

An inmate at the Brazos County jail has tested positive for COVID-19. It’s the first positive case the jail has had. → Read More

Breweries, wineries, distilleries asking to operate at 50 percent capacity

The Texas Craft Brewers Guild has asked Governor Greg Abbott to let them operate like restaurants. → Read More

One killed in crash on Highway 6 between Bryan and Hearne

Nearly a dozen people were involved in the three-vehicle crash Sunday afternoon in Robertson County. → Read More