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Safety Maintenance in 2014

The New Year is a great time for a fresh start and to make sure everything in your home is in order. Fire Marshall William Bouse with the Bryan Fire Department says common fire starters are dirty dryer vents, old bathroom vents, and if you fry a lot, kitchen vents. Bouse says to replace bathroom […]

Jimmy Morgan on WTAW

Senior Corporal Jimmy Morgan with the Department of Public Safety discussed driving safety and changes to concealed handgun carrying laws during a guest appearance during the evening news hour on WTAW, Monday, 6 January. Click below to listen to Jimmy Morgan visit with WTAW’s Kat McMullen. Share this article:

Local Woman Elected to THA Trustee Board

A local woman has been elected to the Texas Hospital Association’s 2014 Board of Trustees. Vice President of Advocacy Communications for the THA Lance Lunsford says St. Joseph Health System President Odetta Bolano is one of eight new trustees who will serve a three year term and be given the opportunity to influence lawmakers. Lunsford […]

No Injuries in Weekend House Fires

Bryan Fire Department fought several fires over the weekend. Fire Marshall Fred Taylor says both fires took place at homes on Saturday, with one fire caused by a vent fan bathroom in a house on Green Valley, and the other by a water heater element that shorted out in the bathroom of a home on […]

Two Armed Robberies in Bryan

Two Bryan convenience stores were robbed at gunpoint Sunday. Officer Kelley McKethan says although the robberies were similar, they do not appear to be related at this time. McKethan says each time, a man displayed a gun and took an undisclosed amount of money, with one robbery at the Oaks Food Mart on 29th and […]

CS Man Robbed By Friend, Acquaintances

A College Station man was robbed Saturday at his home. Police say the victim told officers that a friend and several acquaintances came to his house in the Edelweiss Gartens neighborhood around 2 a. m., then, one of the men pointed a gun at him and the others removed his property. No one was injured, […]

Former First Lady Discharged From Hospital

According to spokesman Jim McGrath, former First Lady Barbara Bush has been discharged from Houston Methodist Hospital. Information courtesy of Jim McGrath: HOUSTON — Former First Lady Barbara Bush was discharged from the Houston Methodist Hospital this morning following six days of treatment for pneumonia. “I cannot thank the doctors and nurses at Houston Methodist enough […]

Drunken Crash Injures One

A North Zulch man is held in the Brazos County jail on an $8,000 bond  after a major crash in a College Station neighborhood due to drunk driving. Police Lieutenant Chuck Fleeger says just before 3:00 a. m.  Saturday, the truck driven by Eric Grimes, 19, of North Zulch clipped a car near John Compton […]

Fight Leads to Stabbing

A verbal fight that ended with a stabbing Thursday afternoon led a concerned witness to call College Station Police. Lieutenant Chuck Fleeger says the two men had come from a nearby apartment near the intersection of Harvey and Stallings. Fleeger says The victim received multiple non-life threatening cuts and was able to take himself for […]

CS’ Lance Simms on WTAW

College Station’s interim director of planning and development services Lance Simms discusses an online survey for rental property owners to give feedback to city council during an appearance on The Infomaniacs, Friday, 3 January. Click below to listen to Lance Simms’ visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.   CLICK HERE to go directly to the website. […]

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