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Bryan man in need of kidney transplant turns to community for help
Jose Bustos' family is hosting a benefit to raise money for his medical costs as he awaits a kidney transplant.
Trail log: Gretchen Pardon has 600 miles left on Appalachian Trail adventure
We will be tracking her journey from Amicalola Falls, Georgia to Katahdin Mountain in Maine for the next 6 months with weekly updates.
College Station Parks and Rec bringing Halloween to your front door
College Station Parks and Rec staff put together a fun Halloween activity to maintain a sense of normalcy.
Small garden, big dream: B-CS locals plant seeds of togetherness with community garden
"Gardening is the best medicine you could really have.”
Texas Renaissance Festival boasts music, magic and more to entertain patrons
Jugglers, gymnasts, accordion players and more hit the stage at Texas Ren Fest!
Regal temporarily closes all U.S. theaters starting Thursday
All of its 536 theaters in the U.S. will be affected, as well as approximately 40,000 employees.
Taco Cabana introduces pumpkin spice margaritas just in time for fall, y'all
They're also adding sour gummy and blood orange margs to the menu just in time for fall.
Wildlife cameras capture bears doing 'Dirty Dancing' lift, third-wheeling and having existential crises
Photos showed bears having the time of their lives in a water feature at the Highlands Ranch Backcountry.
From the archives: Stolen painting worth $165M found behind bedroom door
As executor of his aunt and uncle's estate, Ron Roseman sold the paintings and artwork inside their home for $2,000. Then he got a call from the FBI.
Michigan man installs candy zip line for trick-or-treaters
People are coming up with creative solutions to enjoy the Halloween season.
Texas fifth grader's drawing wins 2020 Doodle for Google contest, and the message couldn't be more perfect for the times!
Sharon Kaur Sara's drawing about kindness will be featured on the Google homepage all day Wednesday.
In a rare move, a Texas veteran who was deported years ago was allowed back home. Now he’s a U.S. citizen.
Frank De La Cruz went to war with the U.S. Navy & came home with a drinking problem. Then he was arrested for DWI, and the government kicked him out of the country.
Exceptional Aggies: Engineering students make life-saving alert device for service dogs
The team of students made a prototype of a toy attachment on a service dog's vest that will alert others when their handler is in danger.
With Alpha, National Hurricane Center turns to Greek alphabet for storm names
For only the second time in history, we've run out of letters for named storms so we've moved to the Greek alphabet.
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