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What Was The Aggie Expressway Changes To A Two Lane Highway

Last summer, construction was supposed to have started on what was nicknamed the Aggie Expressway. But the Texas Department of Transportation has made major changes to a ten mile extension of highway 249 in Grimes County that will connect Bryan/College Station with northwest Houston. The TxDOT Bryan district office has announced a toll road with […]

Volunteers Needed for Sound the Alarm

The American Red Cross in the Brazos Valley is seeking volunteers for Sound the Alarm, an event promoting home fire safety and the proper use of smoke alarms. Nate Kidwell, Disaster Program Specialist, said volunteers will install new smoke alarms, replace batteries in existing ones, and help families create escape plans. “It has been my […]

Another Prostitution Arrest At A Bryan Massage Business

For the second time in three weeks, Bryan police has made a prostitution arrest at a local massage parlor. 56 year old Ruihe Zhou of Bryan is out of jail on bond following her arrest last Friday. According to the arrest report, that followed the woman agreeing to engage in illegal contact with an undercover […]

More Lawsuit Settlements Reached In 2013 West Fertilizer Plant Explosion

WEST, Texas (AP) – The town of West, Texas, and several other plaintiffs have reached settlements and partial settlements of claims stemming from a deadly April 2013 explosion in the central Texas town. Waco-based state District Judge Jim Meyer has canceled a trial set to begin Tuesday. The settlements are the latest among more than […]

Infomaniacs: January 15, 2018 (8:00am)

Infomaniacs: January 15, 2018 (7:00am)

Infomaniacs: January 15, 2018 (6:00am)

Track Sweeps team titles at inaugural Ted Nelson Invitational

COLLEGE STATION – Texas A&M swept the team titles in the Ted Nelson Invitational, the Aggies first collegiate home meet of 2018, which was renamed to honor the former Texas A&M head coach. Totaling 218 points, the No. 10 Aggie women enjoyed a 100-point cushion over Clemson (118) and the rest of the field, which included […]

Some Galveston Business Leaders Want To Replace Bridge Providing Access To The A&M-Galveston Campus

GALVESTON, Texas (AP) _ Some business leaders in Galveston have suggested building a land bridge to Pelican Island to replace a more than 60-year-old drawbridge and better control silt. The Galveston County Daily News reports silt gathering in Galveston’s harbor costs millions of dollars to dredge. Todd Sullivan, with Sullivan Interests and a member of […]

AP Source: Arizona To Hire Kevin Sumlin

From The Associated Press: A person familiar with the decision says Arizona will hire former Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin. The person spoke to The Associated Press on Sunday on condition of anonymity because details of a five-year contract to replace Rich Rodriguez as coach of the Wildcats were still being finalized. Rodriguez was fired […]

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