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Beltre Joins the 3,000 Hit Club

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Adrian Beltre has gotten his 3,000th career hit, becoming the first player from the Dominican Republic to reach the milestone and 31st major leaguer overall. The 38-year-old Texas Rangers third baseman made history with his double down the left-field line on a 3-0 pitch in the fourth inning Sunday against Baltimore […]

Bystanders Roll Pickup Off Crash Victim

Bryan police thank multiple unknown witnesses to a crash who rolled a pickup off the driver. This was on Villa Maria in front of the municipal golf course. Investigators determined the truck was going at a high rate of speed when it jumped the curb and sidewalk. The truck slammed an oak tree with enough […]

DPS Investigating DWI Arrest That Included Chasing Stolen Patrol Vehicle And Gunfire

From the Bryan DPS office: At approximately 9:20 p.m. yesterday (Friday July 29, 2017), a Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Trooper arrested a driver for driving while intoxicated after investigating a traffic crash on Old San Antonio Road, near the Madison County line. After the arrest, the driver slipped her handcuffed hands from her […]

Missing Woman In Sam Houston Forest Found Dead

From the Montgomery County sheriff’s office: It is with a heavy heart that we inform you that the body of Theresa Kirkpatrick was found this morning. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and friends during this difficult time. Theresa was found deceased in the search area and our Detectives are on scene as […]

Former Aggie Defensive Lineman Damontre Moore Suspended By The NFL

OXNARD, Calif. (AP) _ A third Dallas Cowboys defensive lineman will miss the start of the season because of a suspension. The NFL said Friday that defensive end Damontre’ Moore has been suspended without pay for the first two games of the regular season for violating the league’s substance-abuse policy. Defensive end David Irving and […]

Governor Abbott Lists State Lawmakers Supporting His Special Session Agenda

State lawmakers supporting Governor Abbott’s special session legislation were recognized on Friday. The two state senators representing most of the Brazos Valley…Charles Schwertner and Lois Kolkhorst…were named in each of the governor’s 19 news releases that were posted on his website. Missing from most of what’s been nicknamed the governor’s “naughty or nice” list are […]

Governor Asks And DPS Agrees To Not Charge Local Agencies For Lab Tests

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) announced Friday it has accepted Governor Abbott’s request to not charge local law enforcement agencies and prosecutors for laboratory tests. The governor’s letter to DPS indicated Abbott’s belief that he had “no doubt that the Legislature did not intend to underfund DPS’ crime lab.” Click HERE to read […]

Historic Effort for Texas A&M’s Galat at World Championships

It was a historic day for the Texas A&M swimming and diving program as senior-to-be Bethany Galat became the first current Aggie swimmer to earn a medal at an Olympic or World Championship event on Friday at the 2017 FINA World Championships. Galat, from Mishawaka, Ind., earned the silver medal with a runner-up finish in the women’s […]

No Water Available For Hours In Two College Station Subdivisions

Update: A city spokesman reports service has been restored. Original story:There will be no water service in two College Station subdivisions until around 7 p.m. Friday. A notice from the city at 1:15 stated the outage is expected to last six hours. This affects the Stone Forest and Spring Meadows subdivisions. Notice from the city […]

Brazos County Commission Approves Participation In A College Station Economic Development Project

An economic development project from the city of College Station now has the support of the Brazos County commission. Without comment, commissioners on Tuesday agreed to waive property taxes for 15 years on the value of new apartments and commercial businesses built along a planned extension of Dartmouth between Harvey Mitchell Parkway and Texas. County […]

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