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Two College Station little boys are bouncing back one year later after being infected with E. coli from a local restaurant.
The use of such instruments to improve adults' risk factor awareness and concordance with clinically measured risk factor values could be an opportunity to advance public health knowledge and build effective interventions.
A vehicle driven by a suspected drunken driver struck three vehicles, a building, almost hit a police officer and then ran over a parking lot gate as the man at the wheel attempted to elude the officer early Thursday morning.
Edward Courchaine, USG President, presides over the organizations final formal meeting, during which a controversial bill that would compensate executive members was debated.
A Texas A&M professor's dashcam captured dramatic footage of a cement truck overturning and crashing into his vehicle last week in a scary clip that's now making the Internet rounds.
Relative to median income, the average cost of rent in College Station is the third-highest in the country, according to real estate site Zillow .
A family is in shock after a 19-year-old Texas A&M University student diagnosed with Mononucleosis passed away just a few days later.
On April 15, 2014 at about 2314 hours officers were dispatched to Wal Mart at 1815 Brothers Blvd. for a disorderly conduct call.
The interest in niche beef markets continues to increase as a result of consumer demand and beef producers identifying new value added markets.
TAMWORTH'S Australian Equine and Livestock Event Centre will host the 2016 World Youth Cup in two years' time.
The Household Hazardous Waste Collection event scheduled for Saturday, April 26 needs volunteers to help the Twin Oaks Landfill (Brazos Valley Solid Waste Management Agency with traffic control, litter collection and other duties.
City of College Station offices and facilities will be closed Friday for the Good Friday holiday.
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A low supply for rental housing combined with high demand is pushing rents past the affordability mark in many U.S. cities, the New York Times reports.