Texas A&M Football Media Day: Arkansas

Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher and select players met with the media Monday to discuss the Aggies’ 45-23 loss to No. 1 Alabama and preview Saturday’s tilt vs Arkansas in Arlington.             Texas A&M head coach Jimbo Fisher               Aggie quarterback Kellen Mond […]

Burglary And Drug Arrests

The Brazos County sheriff’s office receiving a neighbor’s report of a home burglary last Friday afternoon east of Kurten led to the arrests of a couple from Robertson County. Six deputies, an off-duty deputy, and a DPS trooper were involved in a pursuit of a motorcycle that ended about 24 miles away outside a home […]

Search Area Widens For Missing Hempstead Man

The Texas Center for the Missing has widened its search for a missing Hempstead man described as an “endangered adult”. 24 year old Tyrone Andre Adams was last seen on August 6. Anyone with information is asked to call the Hempstead police department at 979-826-3332.

10th Anniversary Celebrated Of Brazos Valley-Belgium Economic Development Partnership

As many as 21 corporations based in Belgium are interested in locating in the Bryan/College Station area. That was one of the takeaways from a trade mission held in the twin cities last week. The president of the Brazos Valley economic development corporation, Matt Prochaska, says the gathering also included representatives from China and Australia. […]

College Station Council Approves New Fire False Alarm Fees

The College Station fire department has the green light from the city council to charge fees to the owners of business properties and multi family structures who have more than three false alarms a year. Fire marshal Eric Dotson says the proposal will not apply to the owners of single family homes. Final action is […]

New Adult Business In Bryan Has Received Five Tickets From City Hall

A new adult themed business in Bryan is in its second week of operating out of two tents in their parking lot. City of Bryan communications/marketing supervisor Kala McCain says staff continues to check in with the operators of Planet K, since the business received a itinerant vendor permit. McCain says the vendor permit limits […]

BTU Power Outage Hits Central Bryan Friday Afternoon

3400 BTU customers east of downtown Bryan were without power part of Friday afternoon. The general perimeter of the outage was Highway 21, the freeway, Briarcrest, 29th, and Texas. The outage was traced to equipment that failed at the BTU substation on William Joel Bryan east of Villa Maria.

Brazos County Precinct 1 Constable Gets Another Deputy On A Split County Commission Vote

When Brazos County commissioners adopted the fiscal year 2019 budget, that included 20 amendments. There were unanimous votes on all but one of the amendments. There was a 3-2 split approving the addition of the first deputy in the precinct one constable’s office in ten years. Precinct one commissioner Steve Aldrich says he proposed the […]

Texas A&M System Reaches Whistleblower Lawsuit Settlement With The U.S. Attorney’s Houston Office

Employees of the Texas A&M system’s research foundation filed a whistleblower lawsuit against their employer in June of 2013. The U.S. Attorney’s office in Houston has announced an out of court settlement where the foundation will pay $750,000 dollars. The foundation was accused of inflating federal grants over a nine year period by violating salary […]

Tracking Device Helps Law Enforcement Arrest An Armed Robbery Suspect & Recover Money

An employee of a Bryan convenience store who was the victim of an armed robbery Wednesday night aided in the arrest of the suspect. According to the Bryan police arrest report, the clerk at the Valero at William Joel Bryan and the freeway placed a tracking device in the money bag that was given to […]

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