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$61 Billion In Additional Federal Assistance Needed To Rebuild Texas Public Infrastructure After Harvey

From the Texas A&M university system: The State of Texas needs more than $61 billion in additional federal assistance to rebuild the public infrastructure of the Texas Gulf Coast damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Harvey, according to Commissioner John Sharp with the Governor’s Commission to Rebuild Texas. Hurricane Harvey caused an estimated $180 billion in […]

United Way Of The Brazos Valley Update

United Way of the Brazos Valley president Alison Prince visits with Bill Oliver about the October 31 deadline for state employees to participate in the state employees charitable campaign and the timeline for agencies in the UWBV service area to apply for community impact grants.

Texas A&M Football Media Day: Auburn

Texas A&M head football coach Kevin Sumlin and select players met with the media Tuesday at Kyle Field to discuss the Aggies’ 35-17 loss to Mississippi State and Saturday’s game against No. 16 Auburn.             Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin               Aggie linebacker […]

New Evidence Testing Process in Brazos County

Brazos County is changing the way drug and blood tests are handled in order to expedite the process. Jarvis Parsons, Brazos County District Attorney, said it is currently taking eight months to a year for test results to come back from the Department of Public Safety crime lab in Austin. “Looking at cost savings, we […]

Arrests On Charges Of Damaging A Hospital ER, Arson, Stabbing, And Illegal Driving

More than $20,000 dollars in damage at CHI St. Joseph’s regional medical center was caused by a man in a crawl space above ceilings in the emergency room. According to the Bryan police, 36 year old Andrew Guedea of Bryan was in the E-R for treatment of smoke inhalation from a fire last Friday morning […]

Texas A&M Returns To The Research Valley Partnership

The Research Valley Partnership (RVP) economic development agency has announced the return of Texas A&M as a member. In a joint statement, president Michael Young says the decision follows the university’s creation of a school of innovation and what he says is the evolution of the RVP’s leadership and vision. The RVP’s new president, Matt […]

Infomaniacs: October 31, 2017 (8:00am)

Infomaniacs: October 31, 2017 (7:00am)

Infomaniacs: October 31, 2017 (6:00am)

Changes In Bryan ISD Bus And Class Schedules Starts After Christmas Break

Bryan school district administrators have informed the school board changes to bus routes and class schedules starting after Christmas break. Instead of transportation hubs, there will be two fleets of buses getting students from home to school and back. Superintendent Christie Whitbeck says the decision to starting kindergarten through sixth grade campuses before seven through […]

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