Sole Finalist Named for New UT System Chancellor

News release from the University of Texas System: AUSTIN – The governing board of The University of Texas System has selected Admiral William H. McRaven, currently commander of the United States Special Operations Command, as the sole finalist for chancellor of The University of Texas System. McRaven’s recommendation was unanimously approved by the UT System […]

Woman Critically Injured By Hit And Run Driver

The Bryan police department continues its investigation of a woman who was struck by a hit and run driver. Officer Kelley McKethan says this was during the midnight hour Monday on Finfeather south of Villa Maria. McKethan says the woman is hospitalized in critical condition. The truck that hit the woman has been found. McKethan […]

Three Traffic Advisories For Wednesday

There are three traffic advisories for Wednesday. Northbound freeway traffic in Bryan won’t be able to exit at Highway 21. The Texas Department of Transportation will have maintenance crews working on the exit ramp and northbound frontage road. Wednesday night, motorists will have delays going through the intersection of Texas and University in College Station. […]

Chamber Honors Three Businesses at Annual Community Impact Awards Luncheon

The Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce honored three minority owned local businesses Tuesday at the annual Community Impact Awards luncheon. This year’s recipients are Jacque’s Toys and Books, Montelongo’s Fine Jewelry, and Celebrity Spa and Salon. The Community Impact Award program was started in 2003 by the Chamber and the Texas A&M University Office of […]

Rock Prairie Freeway Bridge Traffic Shift Tuesday

Motorists who drive Rock Prairie over the freeway need to prepare for delays Tuesday. The Texas Department of Transportation has announced Rock Prairie traffic will be shifted to the north side of the bridge over the freeway, to allow the contractor to start work on the south side. The switch will be taking place Tuesday […]

Congressman Flores Telephone Town Hall Tonight

Monday evening update: Congressman Bill Flores of Bryan spent 60 minutes on the phone Monday night with constituents of District 17. Flores fielded 15 questions after providing an update on what is being done about illegal immigrant children crossing the Texas border and the latest work by a veterans health care conference committee of which […]

Plans Made When Wildfires Hit College Station

A year and a half in the making, the city of College Station has plans should wildfires threaten the city and its ETJ, or extra-territorial jurisdiction. A summary of the 201 page report was given at the last council meeting by Fire Chief Eric Hurt and representatives of the Texas A&M Forest Service. Click HERE […]

Weekend Arrests

Friday night just after eight, you may have seen at least seven law enforcement vehicles outside a convenience store in Bryan at Briarcrest and Wildflower. That’s after a Texas Ranger located a car that had been reported stolen and followed it to the c-store. Four Bryan police officers assisted, followed by a pair of DPS […]

UPDATE: Grab and Go Vehicle Burglaries Move Into College Station

Monday morning update: In and outside of city limits, local law enforcement are investigating more vehicle burglaries. On Saturday, College Station police took ten reports of vehicle burglaries where there was no forced entry. Nine of the ten took place on Hunter Creek and Spring Garden…along with the theft of a pickup that officers believe […]

Changes Coming to Red Lobster

NEW YORK (AP) _ Darden Restaurants says it’s finalized the sale of Red Lobster to investment firm Golden Gate Capital, despite contentious protests from activist investors. And Red Lobster’s new CEO, Kim Lopdrup says he has some big changes for the restaurant chain, such as making it a lot fancier. Lopdrup says Red Lobster is […]

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