Kendall Hogan, KBTX News

Kendall Hogan


Bryan, TX, United States

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Past articles by Kendall:

College Station 9/11 survivor looks back nearly 20 years later

Nathan Harness was on his second day of his new job in Tower Two when the World Trade Center was attacked. → Read More

Bryan man says the power of love saved his wife as she nearly died from COVID-19

A Bryan couple believes the love shared between the two of them saved the wife's life from COVID-19 → Read More

Vista College suspends in-person enrollment, furloughs employees across Texas

Vista College executives say the COVID-19 pandemic is making them suspend enrollment at its locations. → Read More

Possible change to College Station elections added to November ballot

College Station leaders have added a special election to the general election on November 2. → Read More

UPDATE: Victim identified in Navasota apartment shooting

Police say Leon Burrell, Jr. is a person of interest in the investigation and could be in BCS or Navasota. → Read More

Texas A&M professor helping in recovery efforts at Surfside condo collapse

A Texas A&M professor discusses her role in helping assist searching through the rubble at the Surfside condo collapse. → Read More

Free vaccine clinic at Top of the Hill in Bryan Thursday

BVMAT is giving out free COVID-19 vaccines Thursday. → Read More

Health officials stress heat, water safety as Fourth of July weekend begins

Health officials say it is important to remember heat and water safety guidelines for the Fourth of July weekend. → Read More

College Station man turns to community for help after multiple car parts stolen

Peter Hamiter says his four tires, and several other car parts were stolen last week. → Read More

Navasota woman shares video of delivery worker’s small act of kindness for pup

The whole thing was captured on a doorbell camera. → Read More

Bryan man, survivor of April’s mass shooting, recovering after 23 surgeries

Nathan Whited says he was shot five times when a man opened fire inside his workplace. → Read More

NCL Aggieland creates hand-painted rock river in front of Scotty’s House

Rock River decorated by local NCL members sits in front of Scotty's House in Bryan. → Read More

Bryan police investigating shots fired in neighborhood; no injuries reported

Several people living on Forest Bend Drive near Verde Drive tell KBTX they heard several shots being fired in the area around 7:20 p.m. → Read More

Brazos County hub getting ready to begin “stand-by” mode next week

Brazos County Hub nearing "stand-by" mode. → Read More

College Station woman says “Stop the Bleed” knowledge saved her life

College Station woman teams up with Baylor Scott & White to discuss importance of stop the bleed training. → Read More

Texas A&M Task Force 1 preparing for severe weather deployment

Texas A&M Task Force 1 prepares to deploy as storms are expected to drop multiple inches of rain. → Read More

College Station man could require lung transplant after getting Brazilian strain of COVID-19

Lupe Galindo, 37, began feeling sick April 6, and still remains in a Houston hospital. His family is hosting a fundraiser next month to help with expenses. → Read More

State Rep. John Raney says he has “mild symptoms” after testing positive for COVID-19

District 14 State Rep. John Raney remains in quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19 last week. → Read More

Washington County COVID-19 SubHUB closes after 62K shots administered

Washington County SubHUB closes after vaccinating more than 62,000 Texans. → Read More

Police: Suspect in hit-and-run involved in rollover crash on Mumford Road

Bryan police say the suspect rolled her car on Mumford Road as she was being followed by the person she hit. → Read More