Hurricane Harvey, which decimated parts of South Central Texas and the upper Gulf Coast, caused more than $200 million in crop and livestock losses, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service economists.
The general hunting season for white-tailed deer opens Nov. 4, and Texas hunters should expect good opportunities in the field, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service specialist.
Five councilmen have placed as many items on Tuesday’s Bryan City Council agenda to discuss ways to finance flood mitigation after the most recent round of storms that devastated some flood-prone Bryan homes.
While aid totaling more than $2 million has been approved so far for Brazos Valley residents affected by the tornadoes and flooding in late May, area emergency management coordinators say the recovery process will be slow as people continue to report losses and work with FEMA to obtain finan…
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has released how many residents have been helped so far in Brazos, Burleson, Grimes and Washington counties in connection to the tornadoes and flooding in late May.
Additional counties were added Wednesday to the federal disaster declaration, including Burleson County.
When Hannah Dodge and her family moved onto Willow Bend Drive in 2008, she said the house seemed to say, “welcome home.”
The Federal Emergency Management Agency's Disaster Recovery Center is scheduled to open at noon Friday, officials said.
Teams from the Federal Emergency Management Agency will be in the area to perform assessments, talk with residents and assist with registration for possible FEMA assistance, according to officials.
HOUSTON — President Barack Obama has declared a major disaster in 12 Texas counties — including Brazos, Grimes and Washington — that suffered severe flooding last month during heavy rainfall.
Gov. Greg Abbott officially requested a disaster declaration from President Barack Obama on Thursday, singling out 12 counties that could qualify for federal funds and low-interest loans — including Washington, Brazos and Grimes counties.
Many roads in the Brazos Valley remain closed because of flooding from the recent storms. F.M. 2155 in Burleson County is closed near Bethel Creek because of flood damage to a bridge. This route is being detoured from F.M. 60, F.M. 50, and F.M. 1361. TxDOT has dedicated $1.6 million to rebui…
The Red Cross has announced the opening of its latest temporary family assistance center — this time in Burleson County.
Texas began drying out Sunday from drenching storms that caused deadly floodwaters during an Army training exercise at Fort Hood, set rainfall records in Austin and left one soggy coastal county expanding evacuation orders despite showers slowing to a sprinkle.
The Red Cross is conducting casework and offering cleanup supplies for families affected by the recent flooding.
The Texas Department of Transportation has announced BS 36 in Washington County has been reopened.
A friend in need could always count on Darren Mitchell for help.
As cleanup continues from last week's storms, local emergency crews are preparing for the possibilty of more flooding.
Brazos Valley Media Giving Back will continue to collect donations for storm victims through June 10.
Grimes County officials are still waiting for flood waters to recede so they can further assess damages caused by severe weather that swept through the Brazos Valley late last week.
Bryan firefighters were some of the first on the scene after last week's tornado and have not stopped yet, with members of the Bryan Firefighters Association working tirelessly on their days off to assist the community in cleanup and rebuilding.
The city of Bryan and Brazos County both extended their local disaster declarations Wednesday as more rain looms in the forecast, while Gov. Greg Abbott declared a state of disaster in 31 Texas counties after severe weather and flooding has devastated the state.
Gov. Greg Abbott officially delcared a state of disaster in 31 Texas counties Wednesday, including several in the Brazos Valley.
Thursday was supposed to be the last day of Jarrett Russell Halfmann’s sophomore year at Brenham High where he was an honors student and athlete. Instead, family, classmates and teachers will be saying goodbye to the 16-year-old who died while helping others in the aftermath of a deadly storm.
On Tuesday afternoon, volunteers with Faith Mission in Brenham took food, water and supplies to an elderly diabetic couple who were stranded in their remote Washington County home for five days.
Get ready for more rain.
A Brenham teenager was killed Sunday after a tree fell on him while he helped a church group clean up debris left by last week’s deadly flooding, according to a report from KWHI radio.
CLAY — Parts of F.M. 50 and Texas 105 near Brenham remained shut down late Sunday as dangerous floodwaters continued to saturate Washington County where four people lost their lives last week.
Peace has been restored at a prison unit in Navasota after a brawl between inmates and correctional officersthat began during a power outage caused by Thursday’s storms.
KBTX Media, The Eagle and Bryan Broadcasting are collecting funds for victims of Thursday’s Bryan tornado and those impacted by record flooding in the Brazos Valley.
Texas A&M University police officer John Kay worked to make the best of a bad situation Saturday.
Two more bodies were discovered Saturday in Washington County where two others lost their lives since record flooding began Thursday, according to officials with the Sheriff's Department.
Thursday's tornado brought 110 mph winds as it traveled a 1.9-mile path through several east Bryan neighborhoods, according to National Weather Service officials who assessed the 153 damaged homes left in its path.
Ever since Bryan High School senior Adam Saenz heard about the tornado Thursday that affected the Wheeler Ridge neighborhood in Bryan, he’s been eager to help.
The following is a list of roads officials say are closed Saturday.
Thursday's tornado brought 110 mph winds as it traveled a 1.9 mile path through several east Bryan neighborhoods, according to National Weather Service officials who assessed the 153 damaged homes left in its path.
One person is dead and another is missing after historic-level flooding in Washington County on Thursday and Friday caused damage to roads and bridges, power outages and more than 50 road closures.
Standing at the entryway of her two-story house on Willow Oak Street in Bryan late Friday morning, Jean Ware pointed up the staircase to gray clouds rolling across the sky and the drizzling rain falling onto the soaked carpet.
Jesse Singh had his car keys in hand, ready to run to his vehicle.
Bryan may be eligible for state and federal disaster aid following Thursday's damaging storms. Mayor Jason Bienski declared a local state of disaster on Thursday.
Several counties in the Brazos Valley have been drenched with rain since Thursday, leading to water rescues and dozens of road closures, but no injuries have been reported.
Nearly 140 single-family homes in east Bryan were damaged when a tornado briefly touched down Thursday afternoon, Bryan officials said at a press conference late Friday.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officials have suspended all gated flood releases at Lake Somerville.
The latest information on severe weather and flooding in the Brazos Valley today:
Navasota High School's graduation ceremony has been moved to the Rudder Auditorium on the Texas A&M campus.
Snook High School's graduation ceremony has been rescheduled for Sunday at 4 p.m. in the Snook High School gym.
Texas Task Force 1, the elite search and rescue team based at the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service in College Station, has eight boat crews working around the Brazos Valley, the team's director said Friday.
Officials met at the Community Emergency Operations Center this morning to discuss how to handle the fallout of Thursday’s tornado and storms and plans to return power to the Wheeler Ridge subdivision.
The United Way of the Brazos Valley is collecting financial donations to help people affected by Thursday's storms and area flooding.
College Station set a daily rainfall record at Easterwood Airport on Thursday, with 5.76 inches.