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Brazos County District Court Jury Convictions in Two Criminal Cases

Two Navasota men were convicted of crimes this week by juries in Brazos County district court. That was followed by prison terms for both men. 29 year old Brandon Richardson was sentenced to ten years for the October 2011 murder of Brice Bennett of Brenham. Witnesses told investigators Richardson fired at least two shots in […]

Arrest in Bryan Business Armed Robbery

A Bryan man is accused of walking into a local business June 10 with a shotgun then turned around and leave the store. 30 year old Eduardo Vidot-Colon was arrested Friday for the aggravated robbery of Woody’s Smoke Shop on South College and also for possessing a firearm as a convicted felon. Nothing was taken […]

Cowboys Sign Nwaneri, put Green on Injured List

IRVING, Texas (AP) _ The Dallas Cowboys signed veteran guard Uche Nwaneri on Friday and placed guard Tyronne Green on season-ending injured reserve. Nwaneri was released by Jacksonville in March in a salary cap move after starting 63 of the past 64 games for the Jaguars. He didn’t miss a snap in 2013. A fifth-round […]

Texas A&M in Top 10 in Division I Directors’ Cup for 5th Year

COLLEGE STATION, Texas—The Texas A&M athletics program finished in 10th place in the 2013-14 Division I Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup final rankings with a total of 1022 points. The Aggies have finished in the Top 10 the past five years in the final year-end rankings. (6th in 2009-10, 8th in 2010-11, 9th in 2011-12, 5th in 2012-13 and 10th in 2013-14.) […]

Texas A&M Announces 2014 Volleyball Schedule

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – A 15-match home slate highlights the challenging 29-match 2014 Texas A&M volleyball schedule, as announced by Aggie head coach Laurie Corbelli. Seventeen matches will be against teams that competed in the 2013 NCAA Championship tournament, and nine contests will be against opponents that were ranked in the top 20 in last […]

Kevin O’Connor Kommentary June 27

CS Council Approves New Rental Registration Ordinance

Background information was provided by the city of College Station council meeting blog. The College Station city council voted 6-1 to revise the city’s rental registration ordinance. It will include a citation provision and a requirement that the lease be presented upon request to the administrator for review. The revisions take effect in 45 days. […]

New Assistant Chief Named at A&M Police Department

News release and photo courtesy of Texas A&M University Police: Sgt. J. Michael Johnson has been promoted to the position of Assistant Chief of Police for Support Services for the Texas A&M University Police Department (UPD). Johnson, a 21-year law enforcement veteran, will assume his new duties on July 1. “We are excited about Mike […]

Traffic Violation Leads to Recovering Stolen City Park Equipment

A Hempstead man is one of two people accused of taking more than $32,000 of park equipment and tools owned by the city of College Station. The arrest followed a chase that followed a traffic stop Thursday night when a College Station police officer pulled over a pickup towing a trailer without proper lights. This […]

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