Bryan - College Station

Mutated influenza virus in Brazos Valley

Five Brazos Valley counties have confirmed cases of a mutated influenza virus. The total number of influenza cases is slightly up in the area from a year ago.

Radio legend signs off for final time

A local radio legend signed off KORA for the last time today. Roger W.W.W. Garrett has officially retired his voice from the KORA-FM morning show.

Memorial held for former BCS doctor and Texas representative

Dr. William B. Roman was remembered Monday during a memorial service at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Bryan. Roman passed away earlier this month in Arkansas at the age of 89.

Citizens Fire Academy still taking applications

College Station's annual Citizens Fire Academy is still accepting applications. Students will be taught by local firefighters about firefighting basics from putting out fires, CPR, first aid, and arson investigation.

Aggieland Humane society tries to reach holiday fund goal

With 3 days left in the year, Aggieland Humane Society is just short of reaching their goal for the Holiday fund. They are trying to raise 15 thousand dollars before the end of the year.

College Station man arrested after assaulting stepdaughter

A College Station man was arrested last week after he allegedly assaulted his stepdaughter.

Second man arrested for October murder

A second man has been arrested in connection to the October murder of Detorrian Peterson, a 22-year-old Bryan man. Jaquar Johnson of Bryan was arrested last week.  

Temple woman arrested in Bryan for trying to cash a forged check

A Temple woman was arrested in Bryan for trying to cash a forged check.

Hearne man says he was stealing a Christmas gift

A Hearne man arrested on Christmas eve for stealing from walmart says it was suppose to be a Christmas gift.

Stand alone ER opens in College Station

College Station now has a new free standing emergency room. The new Cap Rock stand alone emergency room does everything an ER in a hospital can do.