KBTX News is a live news channel that gives forecasts on weather and live breaking news in the regions of Brazos Valley. You will get the latest news, sports, and weather wherever you are with the help of this app. It also serves as a Bryan / College Station, TX since 1957 to give sports updates regarding it. KBTX News also gives updates on Local, State, National, Politics, and more in detail. If you would like to take your dog for a walk, the dog walking forecast feature helps you determine weather conditions. Adding to it, you can access Interactive Radar, Map Room, Hurricane, and Live Eye features to classify based on needs. You can easily stream this app on your Roku by installing the KBTX News channel from the store.
Different Categories available in KBTX News
These are the unique categories where you can either read top headlines in texts or watch videos about the relevant news in a single click.
- Watch Live
- Live Events
- COVID-19 Map
- Election Results
- Interactive Radar
- Map Room
- Live Eye
- Dog Walking Forecast
- Aggie Gameplay
- Classroom Champions
- High School
- Texas A&M
- Sam Houston
- High School Football
- Coaches Corner
- Hit of The Night
- Hometown Heroes
How to Add and Stream KBTX News on Roku?
The following steps will guide you to install the KBTX News channel on your Roku. It is a free app, so you don’t require any subscription.
#1. Connect your Roku to the TV using an HDMI port.
#2. Press the Home button on your Roku remote.
#3. The Home page appears. Scroll down to select the Streaming Channels option.
#4. Navigate to the search bar and type KBTX News using the on-screen keyboard.
#5. From the suggestions list, click on KBTX News.
#6. Following that, click on Add Channel > OK to install the app.
#7. Now click Go to channel option to launch the application.
#8. You’re done. Enjoy and stay updated with the latest news, sport, and weather using KBTX News.
#9. Click and play it!
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KBTX has been a CBS-affiliated television channel since 1957. It received many awards from Texas Associated Press Broadcasters for providing quality news around the area. In addition, it is the first live and local broadcaster in the Brazos Valley to stream news in High Definition. You can enjoy all the contents of KBTX News for free only on Roku by following the steps. For more information about the channel, visit the official website.