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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!

Deceased Man Found Near College Station Parking Garage

College Station police is asking for your help about the discovery of a man who was found dead after falling near a parking garage. Officers responded just before 8 a.m. Tuesday to the area of Texas and University. The man’s identity has not been released. Anyone with information is asked to call CSPD at 979-764-3600. […]

Bryan Police Investigating Armed Robbery Outside A Convenience Store

Bryan police is investigating an armed robbery that took place Monday night outside a convenience store. The victim told officers just someone he did not know approached him in the parking lot of Time Mart on Finfeather Road, displayed a knife, and demanded money. The suspect, whose description was not given in the BPD news […]

Convicted Brazos County Murderer Returns To Jail On Weapons And Drug Charges

Brazos County sheriff’s deputies looking for one man north of Navasota last Friday arrested another man…who is a convicted murderer…on weapons and drug charges. 61 year old Charles Ray Craddock is also in jail on a charge of violating parole. According to the arrest report, deputies who were given permission to search the home between […]

Brazos County District Court Jury Convicts And Sends A Navasota Man To Prison For Violating A Protection Order Twice

A Navasota man is heading to prison for the third time. That’s after a Brazos County district court jury convicted, then issued a 40 year sentence for violating a protection order twice. According to the district attorney’s office, 43 year old John Eaddy returned to the victim’s residence six and eight days after he was […]

2019 Had The Most Visitors To The George H.W. Bush Library & Museum Since The First Year In 1998

2019 was the first year the Bush Library and Museum operated following the deaths of the former president and first lady. Museum director Warren Finch says it was the first time since the opening year in 1998 that attendance topped 200,000. And the more than 231,000 who visited in 2019 doesn’t count everyone who signed […]

Weekend DWI Arrests Of Drivers With Prior Convictions

It was so dark during Friday night’s severe thunderstorm that a Bryan police officer could not see a colleague directing traffic at Texas and William Joel Bryan. That led the officers to get in their vehicles and activate their flashing lights. About ten minutes later, they saw a car drive through the intersection without stopping. […]

College Station Police Traffic Stop Leads To Driver’s Arrest On Child Endangerment & Drug Possession Charges

A traffic stop sends a Bryan woman to jail on charges of having methamphetamine in the reach of her three and nine year old children. A College Station police officer pulled over a SUV Sunday night after failing to stop at the designated point at Harvey and Texas. After the officer smelled marijuana, a search […]

No Damage To Public Buildings In Brazos County Following Friday Night’s Severe Storms

The cleanup continues following severe storms Friday night through the Brazos Valley. No damage was reported to buildings owned by the cities of Bryan and College Station, Brazos County, the College Station school district, Texas A&M, A&M system locations in Brazos County, and all Blinn College locations. The city of Bryan had crews working five […]

Early Voting Underway For College Station City Council Special Election

Monday marks the start of two weeks of early voting for the special election to fill the vacancy on the College Station city council through November 2021. There is one location for early voting, the College Station Utilities meeting and training facility on Graham Road. Voting will take place January 13 through 17 and 21 […]

Two Brazos County District Court Juries Return Guilty Verdicts In Criminal Cases

It took 35 minutes for a Brazos County district court jury to convict a Bryan man of nearly killing another man almost two years ago. Then the jury spent 45 minutes considering punishment. 36 year old Wakeem Mathis, Jr. was sentenced to 70 years. Half the time has to be served before becoming eligible for […]

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