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Erika Fernandez


Bryan, TX, United States

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Past articles by Erika:

Treat of the Day: Madisonville Police Chief enjoys Independence Day

Residents in Madisonville weren’t the only ones having a good time on Independence Day! → Read More

Free Music Friday: Corey Kent and Abby Anderson

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - On this week’s Free Music Friday, Corey Kent sang “Gold” with Abby Anderson. You can catch Kent performing July 9 at The Tap in College Station. His new single, “Ain’t My Day” is also out July 9. Click on the video player above to hear his performance. Copyright 2021 KBTX. All rights reserved. → Read More

Treat of the Day: College Station man recognized for preventing injury to officers, others

Officials say when the officer on scene was attacked, Mr. Lott came to his aid. → Read More

College Station resident claims $1 million scratch ticket prize

A College Station resident claimed the top prize winning ticket worth $1 million in the Texas Lottery scratch ticket game $1,000,000 Crossword. → Read More

Experts warn of ’100 deadliest days of summer’ before teens hit the road

As school lets out for the summer and COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, AAA is warning to be extra careful on the road. The organization says the 100 days between Memorial Day and Labor Day are the deadliest days of summer to be driving. → Read More

Specialists are bringing awareness to PTSD as veterans continue to battle the disorder

June is PTSD Awareness Month. According to the Veteran’s Affairs, about six of every 10 men and five of every 10 women have experienced a traumatic event in their lives, and those experiences can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. → Read More

Treat of the Day: Brenham ISD names new Director of Special Education Services

Brenham ISD recently named Christine Johnson as the new Director of Special Education Services → Read More

Caldwell needs help saving community pool

Much of the pool equipment has aged and needs upgrades to make the pool run more efficiently. → Read More

Experts on critical race theory: We should be encouraging dialogue, not limiting it

"It’s really unfortunate at this sensitive time in our history that we have persons who want laws to limit dialogue instead of encourage dialogue.” → Read More

New VA program can help veterans who have struggled during the pandemic

The ARP provides much needed money to deliver quality healthcare through the VA, it eliminates the claims backlog by giving the VA the resources to pay employees, and it modernizes the supply system. → Read More

Bryan ISD says about 450 families are interested in virtual academy so far

The district should find out next week if they have been accepted for a virtual academy next year → Read More

Aggie who won Don’t Mess with Texas Jingle Contest on First News at Four

Tune into First News at Four on Friday to see her perform the jingle! → Read More

Treat of the Day: WWII veteran awarded certificate from American Legion Post 159

Joe Ferreri is a U.S. Navy veteran who fought in World War II. He’s been part of American Legion Post 159 for 70 years. → Read More

Kent Moore Cabinets employees react to mass shooting inside facility

Kent Moore Cabinets employees tell KBTX they are still shaken up after a mass shooting happened there just before 3 p.m. on Thursday. → Read More

Over 2,000 unclaimed appointment spots for COVID vaccine in Brazos County

As of Sunday morning, only 2,200 of first dose appointments have been filled out the available 5,000. → Read More

Predatory behavior online reports at an all-time high

According to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, predatory behavior online nearly doubled in 2020 compared to 2019. The organization says nearly 22 million reports of suspected child sexual exploitation broke the all-time record. → Read More

Treat of the Day: Det. Chanda Brown

She has received numerous awards for her quick thinking on the job that’s helped to save lives. Her work with the FBI recently put one man behind bars for child pornography charges. → Read More

Bryan veteran recognized for service 30 years after her passing

Private First Class solider Helen Flores served in the United states Army in the 1980′s, following in her father’s footsteps and setting the tone for the rest of the Flores family. → Read More

“Our county was turned upside down for a week”: Brazos County extends Disaster Declaration for 30 days

Brazos County officials have extended the Disaster Declaration that was enacted on February 15 to March 23. → Read More

Bryan, College Station will resume trash pick-up on Monday

Residential trash services will resume Monday, February 22. → Read More