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Nancy and I arrived in B/CS in April 2010. First recollection of being a radio geek was as a 9 year old riding my bicycle around the neighborhood with a transistor radio in the front basket. First experience in a radio studio was KWDM-FM at Valley High School, West Des Moines, IA. Then on to Northwest Missouri State University (GO BEARCATS!). I've been blessed to enjoy great radio in Texas, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska. Two adult daughters...though they'll always be my little girls!

Bryan City Council Learns Rudder Freeway Will Be Expanded

On August 30, the Texas Transportation Commission will consider final action to fund the expansion of the Rudder Freeway between between William D. Fitch in College Station and Highway 21 in Bryan. The Bryan city council was notified by the project during Tuesday’s workshop meeting by city engineer Paul Kaspar. Kaspar told the council the […]

Prison For Domestic Violence Burglary, Punching An ER Nurse, And Skipping A Court Appearance

A Brazos County jury convicted and a district judge sentenced a Bryan man for domestic violence after breaking into the home of the mother of their four year old child. 31 year old Roderick Turner was given 20 years in prison for the assault that happened in College Station in May of 2015. According to […]

DPS Increases Reward In The Cold Case Disappearance Of A Normangee Man

News release from the Texas Department of Public Safety: The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is asking for the public’s help in solving the 2007 disappearance of Jim Craig Martin, and an increased reward of up to $6,000 is being offered for information that leads to the arrest of those responsible if the tip […]

CS Police Investigating Wednesday Morning Gunfire

College Station police is investigating the report of gunfire Wednesday morning near Southgate Village apartments. According to a CSPD news release; officers found evidence that a weapon was possibly fired in the 100 block of Luther. There were no reports of injuries to anyone in the vicinity. Officers are interviewing residents in the area to […]

Texas Education Agency Releases First School Ratings By Grades And Scores

The state’s new school ratings are out…for the first time listing letter grades and scores. The ratings, which are online at, which is based on last year’s state test scores. College Station received a “B” and an 89, while Bryan received a “C” and a 74. Hear comments about the new rating system from […]

How The 16 Hour Rockies Standoff Came To An End While A Local Man Was Arrested On A Second Charge And CS Police Seek A Motive

A Bryan man in a 16 hour standoff with College Station police came to an end after an armored vehicle from the FBI was used to break into Rockies Grill and Saloon. Lieutenant Craig Anderson says the FBI’s “Bearcat” caused enough damage to the building to set off the fire sprinklers. Anderson says 38 year […]

State Prison After Admitting To Debit Card And Credit Card Abuse

A southeast Texas man arrested by College Station police following a traffic stop a year and a half ago has admitted to altering the prepaid debit cards of 54 people living in multiple states. 22 year old Devin Wayne Jones of Port Arthur was sentenced in Brazos County district court to one year and eight […]

Brenham Man Arrested For Vehicle Burglary And Four Attempts In College Station

A 17 year old from Brenham is in the Brazos County jail after his arrest by College Station police Sunday night for one vehicle burglary and four attempted burglaries. According to the arrest report, a citizen reported seeing Jamaar Darden pulling on car door handles. Darden, who denied the accusations, was still in jail Tuesday […]

DPS Bryan District Emphasizing Moving Over Slow Down Law On Wednesday

Motorists in the Bryan district of the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) may be seeing more troopers on Wednesday. That’s because of a special enforcement of the state’s move over/slow down law. The law requires motorists to move over or slow down 20 miles per hour when certain vehicles are on the side of […]

Multiple Brazos Valley School Districts Qualify For Post-Harvey Reimbursement Money

More than 300 Texas school districts that helped educate students displaced by Hurricane Harvey are eligible to apply for $174 million dollars in federal grants. School districts in the Brazos Valley includes Bryan, Navasota, Caldwell, Brenham, Iola, Buffalo, and Huntsville. News release from the Texas Education Agency: Commissioner of Education Mike Morath announced today that […]

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