Primary Election Observations From The Brazos County Democratic Party Chairwoman

A renewed interest in politics by local Democrats in Brazos County is due to at least three things. County chairwoman TC Langford says there is what’s happening in Washington, local Democrats have been complacent up until now, and some have been scared to get involved. She says “it’s finally dawned on people” who “sit there […]

Updating RELLIS Construction And Class Offerings

Four new buildings on the Texas A&M system’s RELLIS campus are in various stages of construction. Last week was the ceremonial topping out of the Texas A&M Transportation Institute’s new headquarters. That marks the last piece of steel to be placed in the $70 million dollar structure. RELLIS director John Barton says that will open […]

Multiple Agencies Battle Monday Afternoon Grass Fire In South College Station

Downed power lines were the cause of a grass fire Monday (M) afternoon in south College Station. No one was hurt and no structures were damaged, though some homes were threatened west of the intersection of Wellborn Road and Barron Cut Off. The College Station fire department reported multiple agencies were called out to the […]

B/CS Looking For Suspects

Three criminal reports taken by Bryan police last Friday includes hearing about a semi driver with a company from Florida who quit and failed to return the trailer that contained 30 thousand dollars of food. The 15 thousand dollar semi and the trailer with the food were found the next day. Two incidents took place […]

Mumford Elementary School Nominated For National Award

One of 26 public schools nominated by the Texas Education Agency for a national award is Mumford elementary school. The campus is also one of 13 in the running for recognition by the U.S. Department of Education as an exemplary achievement, gap closing school. The national winners will be announced in September. Superintendent Pete Bienski […]

More Traffic Delays Start Tuesday At The New FM 60/FM 2818 Interchange

We’re still at least a year away from the completion of a new interchange near Easterwood Airport at FM 60 and FM 2818. The TxDOT district office in Bryan reports more delays start Tuesday morning with police monitoring lane closures. After three days of repaving, there will be three months where motorists will not have […]

CS Firefighters Still Investigating The Cause Of A Friday Night Duplex Fire

One person was injured from a fire early Friday evening at a College Station duplex. The fire department did not disclose the severity of the injuries, other than the person was taken to the hospital. Investigators have not determined the cause of the fire on Concho, which is off Welsh between Southwest Parkway and Holleman. […]

Saturday Night Drowning West Of College Station Claims The Life Of An 18 Month Old

A drowning west of College Station Saturday night claimed the life of an 18 month old boy. Brazos County sheriff’s chief deputy Jim Stewart says the youngster was at his grandparents house when he wandered into the family pond. Another sheriff’s deputy who found the youngster in the water face down pulled him out and […]

College Station Police Investigating Saturday Night Shooting

A woman escaped life threatening injuries after being shot at a College Station apartment complex Saturday night. Lt. Craig Anderson says the woman spoke with detectives at a local hospital about what happened at The Marc apartments at Harvey and George Bush East. The woman is now in a Houston hospital. The only additional information […]

College Station City Councilwoman Linda Harvell on WTAW

College Station Councilwoman Place 3 Linda Harvell discussed property taxes, funding city projects, her project “wishlist”, neighborhood integrity, Experience Bryan/College Station, and more during her appearance on The Infomaniacs on Monday, January 22, 2018. Click below to hear Linda Harvell visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. LindaHarvell012218

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