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Local residents reflect on race relations after MLK

While Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a time for many to reflect on Dr. King's life and legacy, the day also sparks a conversation about race relations both past and present.


Beginning at 6:00 p.m. on January 17, 2017, pay-TV provider Dish Network has decided to stop carrying KBTX programming.


A powerful storm system has unleashed strong winds and torrential rains across much of Texas, knocking out power, damaging homes and flooding streets.


Texas lawmakers are looking to add higher standards for local jails to maintain as a response to the death of Sandra Bland.



Tuesday: cooler with more rain expected


MLK Freedom March in Bryan lifts spirits, young and old


Teen says stranger helped her when men tried to lure her into car


BBB's top scams of 2016


Bomber's home field slated for improvements


January 16th, 2017 -- WeatherEDGE from Central Park


Gene Cernan, last man to walk on the moon, has died


At least 3 tornadoes confirmed in Central Texas


Grandmother killed, children hurt after truck falls off Brazos County bridge


Fellow first responders honor fallen EMT


UPDATE: Woman's body found on Highway 21 in Brazos County


Ice threat lingers for some Midwest states


Girl Scouts of Central Texas celebrates 100 years


Man firing assault-style weapon killed by Austin police


Focus at Four: Comparing the civil rights movements of yesterday and today


81 false killer whales dead in stranding off Everglades


Free admission to Brazos Valley African American Museum on MLK Jr. Day


Affordable Health Care Act deadlines approaching


Super Bowl raises human trafficking concerns in the Brazos Valley


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