Suspicious Package Closes Intersection of Highway 47 & Villa Maria

Tuesday update from the Bryan police Twitter account: Suspicious object under bridge yesterday found not to have any explosive materials. Monday 6 p.m. update: Bryan police responding to a report of cell phones being stolen wound up discovering a suspicious looking piece of pipe. And officer Kelley McKethan says the pipe, under the bridge at […]

Tuesday Morning Commute On A&M West Campus Tied Up By Crash

A bicyclist was injured Tuesday morning as a part of a three vehicle collision at Raymond Stotzer Parkway and Agronomy Road. College Station police reported just before 7 a.m., an eastbound pickup made a left turn in front of a westbound SUV. The SUV then struck the bicyclist that was going through the intersection. The […]

Texas A&M Fall Enrollment Up Over Last Year

Fall enrollment at Texas A&M is up by more than six percent in College Station and by five percent at the health science Center. An infographic on A&M’s Twitter feed says 59,129 are taking classes in College Station. That’s an increase of 3,319. Headcount at the HSC is 2,591, which is up by 124. Adding […]

CS Police Investigating Armed Robbery Involving Drugs, Guns, and a Pit Bull

Two guns and a pit bull are part of an armed robbery being investigated by College Station police. Officers were sent Sunday morning around 4:30 to a residence on Dominik between Stallings and George Bush. The victim said he had invited the suspect to his home to use and sell narcotics. The victim reported he […]

Cain Hall Offices Moving Out For Future Demolition and Replacement

Various Texas A&M student services departments began moving out of Cain Hall this week. That’s as plans progress to demolish and replace the office building as part of a development north of Kyle Field that will also lead to a hotel and parking garage. The offices of the Dean of Student Life, Disability Services, Residence […]

College Station Man Dies In Fiery Crash East of Bryan

DPS troopers are looking into why a College Station man died Thursday night in a crash east of Bryan. Trooper Jimmy Morgan says the victim, 38 year old Andres Vazquez, was driving westbound on Highway 21 when the vehicle went off the road, struck a tree, and caught fire. Vazquez’s body taken to Austin for […]

College Station PD Weekend Reminders

More burglaries were reported to College Station police in September compared to the year before. Of the approximate 50 cases, 21 were during a four day span last weekend. Lieutenant Steve Brock says this weekend, thieves will have more vehicles to choose from since there’s a Texas A&M home football game. Brock says five of […]

Military Plane Crash in Afghanistan Kills Four Airmen Based in Abilene

DYESS AIR FORCE BASE, Texas (AP) _ Officials say four airmen from an Air Force base in West Texas were among 11 people killed in a U.S. military transport plane crash in Afghanistan. Dyess (DY’-us) Air Force Base in Abilene on Friday announced the victims included four members of the 317th Airlift Group A Dyess […]

Axis Pipe and Tube Community Appreciation Event

A local manufacturer has made a big splash in the local economy, and this week, they took the time to say thank you. Axis Pipe and Tube, located in north Bryan, held a community appreciation tour and lunch at their facility on Wednesday. Several city and county officials were in attendance, including County Judge Duane […]

30th Arrest Of College Station Woman Accuses Her Of Injuring Her Son

A College Station woman was arrested Wednesday on charges she injured her six year old son by striking him with an extension cord and a belt three weeks ago. An off duty Bryan policeman working at St. Joseph’s saw the child’s aunt bring him in the emergency room with a large bleeding bump on the […]

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