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COLLEGE STATION MAN CONVICTED IN SWIMMER’S DEATH

A College Station man has been convicted and sentenced in the July 2020 drowning death of a swimmer at Lake Somerville. 44-year-old Ovie Powell was found guilty of criminal negligent homicide. Powell was driving a boat that struck 30-year-old Olivia Paige Sweeney at Birch Creek Park at Lake Somerville. Authorities...
COLLEGE STATION, TX
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Bryan PD investigating hit-and-run in Downtown Bryan

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - Bryan Police are currently investigating a crash that happened Saturday morning in Downtown Bryan. Authorities say the driver of the vehicle fled the scene on foot prior to their arrival. One passenger in the vehicle was transported to a local hospital. Bryan Police say this is...
BRYAN, TX
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Selman Bridges talks Baylor, goals for his upcoming junior season

Coming from the talent-potent hotbed of Temple (Texas), Selman Bridges is up next for T-town. The two Temple high schools are already home to five D1 prospects in just the 2023 and 2024 classes in Micah Hudson, Javeon Wilcox, Taurean York, Mikal Harrison-Pilot, and Naeten Mitchell, with Selman Bridges being the newest addition to the already impressive list.
COLLEGE STATION, TX
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Brazos Valley awaits purple martin spectacle

Each spring, usually in late February or early March, the purple martins return to the Brazos Valley. Their arrival is eagerly awaited by purple martin lovers who spend a lot of time and effort getting the martins’ Brazos Valley homes ready. What many of these landlords don’t know is that after the birds spend the spring and summer in backyards across not only the Brazos Valley, but most of the United States, they don’t just leave those yards and fly straight home to South America. Instead, they do something called “staging.”
BRYAN, TX
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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...
BRYAN, TX
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Firework worthy recipes for the Fourth of July

BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - Many of us will be ringing in the Fourth of July with barbeques and cookouts with our family and friends over the weekend, and H-E-B has some delicious recipes the whole family will enjoy. Ryan Perry with H-E-B College Station’s In-Store Selling demonstrates in the various...
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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,...
BRYAN, TX
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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...
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All Fired Up!

Rich Womack, the owner of Big Dawg Barbecue, is about to open a restaurant — The Station on 29th in Bryan. You can’t miss his smokin’ flame-wrapped food truck parked out front of his new neighborhood watering hole’s location when he’s not catering an event. With backyard summer celebrations taking a front seat, we thought this would be a good time to pick Rich’s brain for his best tips for cooking meat, something he knows a lot about. Here is what he told us. —Ellen Ritscher Sackett.
BRYAN, TX
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The Gluten-Free Guru

Gluten-free isn’t just a popular buzzword that’s tacked onto food packaging — it can be a lifesaver for those with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity. What is gluten? According to the Celiac Disease Foundation, it’s a blanket term for proteins that are found in wheat, rye, barley, and triticale (a cross between wheat and rye). Gluten acts as the glue that holds foods together and helps them maintain their shape. It can be found in a variety of foods — even those that one might not expect. Wheat, the most common source for gluten, can be found in breads and baked goods as well as soups, pasta, cereals, sauces, and even salad dressings.
BRYAN, TX
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Cindy Hallaran Pool now open for full summer hours

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KBTX) - The Cindy Hallaran Pool in College Station is now fully open for the summer. Before this week, the pool located on Rock Prairie Road was only open on the weekends due to a lifeguard shortage. Ana Romero, College Station Recreation Manager, says they’re ready for...
COLLEGE STATION, TX
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Sunflowers in Snook attract visitors for photos

SUMMER COLORS The Wilders primarily grow cotton on their 2,500 total acres, but see sunflowers as an alternative for a portion of the land. They harvest the black oil sunflower seeds at the end of the season to sell as bird feed. “It’s just beautiful this time of year,” Wilder said. “You get some yellow in the fields against the green — it’s pretty.”
SNOOK, TX
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Lazo wins title at Pinto World Championship

Wins Open Western Dressage, Intro Level Test 3 competition with Mom’s horse. Caldwell’s Sabine Lazo added a dressage world championship to her list of equestrian awards last week by winning the Open Western Dressage, Intro Level Test 3 class at the 2022 Pinto World Championship Show in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Lazo posted on Facebook that she only entered the dressage pen with her mother’s horse Hes Styled (“Stylz”) because “there were only supposed to be two (competitors) and I…
TULSA, OK
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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, TX
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Inn at Indian Creek

Nestled in gently rolling hills near Burton, Texas are three free standing Texas limestone guest houses with full kitchens. Professionally decorated, luxurious and private.
BURTON, TX
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