The Brazos Valley Center for Independent Living hosted their fifth annual Dining in the Dark event Saturday.
Hospice Brazos Valley hosts their largest fundraiser.
The city of Bryan opened a brand new skate park Saturday at Williamson Park.
For tonight, expect clouds to be on the increase as a steady stream of moisture moves in from the south ahead of this develop storm system set to approach late Sunday into Monday. Temperatures will again top out around 80 on Sunday, but clouds will certainly be far more widespread. There is a MARGINAL risk for some strong / severe storms late Sunday night into early Monday morning, but the primary concern at this juncture looks to be a rather heavy rain event with flooding rain not out of the question, especially with it falling in such a short amount of time. uTiming:/u At this point, we could see a few isolated showers or storms after 4pm Sunday, but the bulk of the rain and storms will arrive after midnight Sunday night into early Monday morning. Rainfall totals could exceed 2-3" for some with some isolated higher amounts a possibility by early Monday afternoon. Stay tuned for further updates.
Brazos Valley swimmers had a strong effort at the UIL state swimming and diving meet Saturday in Austin.
The Aggieland Panthers boys' varsity basketball narrowly escaped tonight's final regular season game with a 54-52 win over the CHSM Knights at Neal Recreation Center in Bryan.