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Dog ejected from vehicle during rollover crash on eastbound SH 21 in Bryan.

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - Around 1pm Friday, a 2013 Toyota traveling east on State Highway 21 in Bryan lost control and entered the median before rolling multiple times and landing upright in the westbound lanes. The driver sustained incapacitating injuries was transported to St Joseph’s Hospital in Bryan. A dog riding in the car was ejected but was still alive when officers arrived on scene. The Texas Department of Public Safety is investigating.

Texas A&M staffer caught on video talking about boosters paying recruits

Jimbo Fisher was irate when Nick Saban publicly accused Texas A&M of paying recruits, but a new piece of evidence seems to support Saban’s claim. A video surfaced on social media this week that appeared to show a Texas A&M staffer trying to sell — literally — recruits on playing for the Aggies. While showing the prospective players around Kyle Field, the staffer pointed to the luxury suites and said “Y’all getting a lot of money from the people behind these suites if you decide to come play here.”

John Wilson announces departure from KBTX

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - After nearly two decades as a member of the KBTX Newsroom, John Wilson is leaving his position to become the Media Services Coordinator at Lorena ISD. John came to KBTX in 2004 and joined the Sports Department. He played a pivital role in the development and execution of the station’s live pregame show before each Texas A&M home football game called Aggie Game Day.

Food trucks taking advantage of large crowds to grow business

NAVASOTA, Texas (KBTX) - As prices of goods increase, many businesses are being impacted by food costs and gas prices. But, one group is being hit with both. Food trucks along the Navasota Freedom Festival say this is why they’re thankful for large events this summer. “We’re making it,...

Wheelock 4th of July BBQ and parade set for Monday

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - The 28th annual Wheelock 4th of July BBQ and parade is schedule for Monday at the historic Wheelock School. Rena Frank was on Brazos Valley Morning Friday to talk about the family-friendly event. She said participants should arrive around 9:30 a.m. to line up and be ready for the parade kick off at 10 a.m.

Weekend Gardener: Independence Day entertaining

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KBTX) - The Fourth of July is just a few days away and if you are looking for ways to decorate your home for the holiday, Texas A&M Agrilife has a few suggestions. When it comes to creating patriotic arrangements, Lisa Whittlesey with Texas A&M AgriLife suggests...

Aggieland Humane Society pet of the week: Dorothy

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - Dorothy is the Aggieland Humane Society pet of the week for July 1, 2022. She is believed to be 4 or 5 years old. Dorothy is potty trained but is anxious around strangers. As fireworks start going off around the Brazos Valley for during Independence Day...

Destination Bryan brings home five 2022 Texas travel awards

BRYAN, Texas — The Texas Travel Awards recognize and celebrate top travel destinations and attractions across the Lone Star State. Destination Bryan brought home awards in the destination marketing campaign, hotel, restaurant, under-the-radar activity, and community event categories. "First Fridays for our community at the end of the day,...
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Flour power: Locally owned bakeries in Brazos Valley

Life is what you ‘bake’ it, and in the Brazos Valley, local bakeries are tirelessly honing their craft to make delicious creations. Working as a baker could mean working early hours, weekends and holidays for a median pay of $29,750 per year, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. With the amount of work that is required to maintain a bakery, a passion for work is essential. Located in Bryan and College Station, three local bakeries, Muriel's Gluten Free Bakery, Peace Love & Cakes and Zeitman's Grocery Store, each have their own story.
Bryan College Station Eagle

Barbecue master Aaron Franklin looks back at his childhood introduction to restaurants in Bryan-College Station

Tuesday marks the beginning of the work week at Franklin Barbecue in Austin. The line forms early, hours before the restaurant’s doors open at 11 a.m. On a recent April morning, two Austin men were first among the dozens of people waiting to get into the restaurant, setting up shop by the front doors at 6:45 a.m. Folding chairs lined the exterior for those willing to wait, while country music played softly in the background.

Aggieland Humane Society pet of the week: Teenie

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - Teenie is the Aggieland Humane Society pet of the week for June 24, 2022. Teenie is a short hair mixed and is believed to be in between two and three months old. Aggieland Humane says Teenie just came back from foster care. She loves to sit...

Take Your Dog to Work Day, Pets and firework safety

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - Pups around the country are joining their humans on the job Friday as part of “Take Your Dog to Work Day.”. Our friends at Aggieland Humane Society joined us on Brazos Valley This Morning to talk about some of the adorable, adoptable pets available for anyone who needs one or more new best furry friends.

Weekend Gardener: Texas Mountain Laurel

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KBTX) - With the current heat, you probably don’t want to work too hard in your yard. The experts at Texas A&M AgriLife have a trick you can use now to start growing your own Texas Mountain Laurel without the usual extra steps needed. “You can...

Lakewood Brewing Expands Distribution with Favorite Brands

DALLAS, Texas – Lakewood Brewing Co. has partnered with Favorite Brands Distributing to expand its reach to stores throughout the state. The family-owned independent craft brewery will now have expanded distribution in Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Waco, College Station, and other major central Texas cities. Shelves in stores like HEB, Spec’s, Total Wine & More, Kroger, and Whole Foods will now feature Lakewood’s Temptress – Imperial Milk Stout, Muy Importante – Margarita Lager, and Tangerine Queen – Citrus Wheat, along with seasonal and limited releases like Lakewood’s popular Seduction Series, Watermelon Queen, and the Mechanical Series.
Navasota Examiner

1 margarita, 2 margarita, 3 margarita, shop!

Navasota downtown businesses hosted the "Margarita Extravaganza;• a fun-filled shopping experience that mixed fun with a little salt and lime Saturday, June 18. Attendees enjoyed exploring downtown while sipping on free margaritas from participating retailers. Examiner photos by Celeste Anguiano.