Power restored after outage in Bryan

Wed Mar 25 17:13:28 PDT 2020

Power restored after outage in Bryan

More than 650 BTU customers lost power after a tree fell on wires.

Several Grimes County employees, including county judge, now in self-quarantine

Several Grimes County employees remain in the middle of a 14-day self-quarantine following the discovery last week that a courthouse employee's wife tested positive for COVID-19.

It's the 'unknown' that sports fans are wanting to know - WHEN?

While all the spring sports have been canceled. Everyone wants to know about the fall now and not to alienate the volleyball & college soccer coaches, players, and fans, but in particularly football. Texas A&M Athletic Director Ross Bjork held his weekly Zoom meeting Tuesday and there are plenty of ideas on how to get the season started, the question is when will it happen and nobody knows.

'My fear was I'm going to die' says local COVID-19 patient - 10 p.m.

Kimberly Love is one of the 94 people in Brazos County to test positive for COVID-19, the novel coronavirus sweeping the globe.

Lake Somerville visitors sent home following orders to close all state parks

Many visitors at Lake Somerville's Birch Creek Unit didn't realize an order closing state parks had been put in place, or that they were about to be sent home Tuesday evening.

Local nurse heads to New York to assist health care workers with COVID-19

The Pils family of Wheelock is feeling the effects of COVID-19 in many different ways.

Contacting Texas Workforce Commission remains a challenge for some

Hundreds of thousands of Texans have lost their jobs. That's made contacting the Texas Workforce Commission more challenging.

 

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