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Fuego reopens after 12 hours

After a 12-hour deep cleansing in light of a Salmonella outbreak linked to the restaurant, Fuego Tortilla Grill reopened its doors.

Bell County needs help looking for man after violating restraining order

Bell County police needs help looking for a man wanted in connection with a 2013 incident. According to Bell County, Michael Devon Smith had a restraining order place upon him by a family member.

Blood donations needed during summer months

With summertime right around the corner, local blood banks say donations could slack up, which creates a shortage in the blood supplies necessary at local hospitals.

Junked land in Bellmead leads to TCEQ conducting investigation

A section of public property is causing quite a stir in Bellmead, which has led to the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, TCEQ, to open an investigation. City documents show that land was dedicated to the city by a man named O.H.

Teen arrested after making threatening comment online

A Killeen teen is facing criminal charges after he made a threatening comment on Twitter.

Car that ran out of gas leads to drug arrest

A couple found themselves behind bars after their car ran out of gas in Lorena on Wednesday.

Bucaneers spend time with special needs children

The Blinn college baseball team took some time out from it's preparation for the NJCAA world series to volunteer in the Grand Junction community.

Sergeant retires after 22 years of service

After 22 years of service, a Bryan police Sergeant has announced his retirement.

St. Joseph being sold to Catholic Health Initiatives

The St. Joseph Health system parent company has announced that it is in the process of being acquired by Catholic Health Initiatives, one of the largest health systems in the country.

An Amusment Park Could be coming to the Brazos Valley

Families drive hours just to spend the day riding roller coasters, but the Brazos Valley amusement committee hopes to cut down on that trip time for many Brazos Valley families.