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CSPD Seeking Information In Aggravated Assault & Multi Vehicle Crash

College Station police are investigating a stabbing in the parking lot of a local nightclub early Sunday morning. The victim is hospitalized in fair condition following the aggravated assault outside Hurricane Harry’s. Investigators were told the stabbing took place during a fight. The description of the suspect, who was not known by the victim, is […]

House’s 20 Leads No. 5 Aggies to 72-62 Win over No. 14 Cyclones

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — Danuel House scored 20 points, including a go-ahead 3 late in the second half that sent No. 5 Texas A&M over No. 14 Iowa State 72-62 Saturday in the Big 12/SEC Challenge. The Aggies (18-3) trailed 58-56 before House hit from beyond the arc with about four minutes left. On […]

College Station Council Selects Site of New Police Department Building

The College Station city council is proceeding with a new police department campus next to Central Park at Dartmouth and Krenek Tap. Staff says CSPD’s current building, at 29,000 square feet, is less than half of what it should be for the city’s current population of just over 100,000. Mayor Nancy Berry wanted the new […]

Grimes County Hospitality Shown To Army Helicopter Crew

One of three Army helicopters flying from Fort Hood to Conroe that spent Thursday night in a Grimes County hayfield resumed its trip Friday morning. Sheriff Don Sowell told our sister station Navasota News 1550 a problem in a hydraulic line caused the chopper to land south of Anderson. Sowell says while in the hayfield, […]

Kevin O’Connor Kommentary January 29

Road Rage Incident Reported to College Station Police

A motorcyclist told College Station police he was pushed off the freeway Friday by a pickup in a case of road rage. The motorcyclist reported receiving a minor knee injury after he was struck by a silver or tan Chevy or GMC single cab pickup that had construction materials in the bed. The victim reported […]

Former Bryan Federal Prison Guard Admits To Sexual Contact With An Inmate

HOUSTON (AP) _ A former guard at a federal prison camp in Central Texas has pleaded guilty to charges related to having sex with inmates. Kendrick Desmond Brooks had been a guard at the federal prison camp in Bryan, Texas. U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson says the 45-year-old Bryan man pleaded guilty in a federal court […]

Waller County Grand Jury Indicts A Prairie View City Policeman

HOUSTON (AP) _ A Houston-area city councilman who was stunned with a Taser during a confrontation with police last October says he’s happy the officer who wrongly arrested him has been indicted and that attorneys are investigating if race played a role in the incident. Prairie View City Councilman Jonathan Miller said Friday that the […]

Ole Miss aware of NCAA Notice of Allegations

A person familiar with the investigation says Mississippi has been notified by the NCAA of rules violations involving the football, women’s basketball and track and field programs. The person said Friday that the university has been notified of the NCAA’s Notice of Allegations against the sports. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition […]

Walker’s Shot Downs Alabama, No. 10 Women Win 59-56

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Courtney Walker hit a jumper with 7.3 seconds to play, giving No. 10 Texas A&M the go-ahead points in a 59-56 victory over Alabama in a women’s basketball game at Foster Auditorium. Walker’s shot gave A&M a 57-56 lead, and marked the second consecutive game that Walker hit a game-tying or game-winning […]

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