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Brookshire Brothers Grocery Groundbreaking On Texas A&M’s West Campus

A year from now, the Texas A&M west campus will have a grocery store. Groundbreaking took place Thursday morning in front of Park West apartments, across George Bush Drive from the new track stadium, on a new Brookshire Brothers market. A&M system chancellor John Sharp told those attending “I promise you this is going to […]

City Of College Station’s Contractor Completes Switching Traffic Signals Along University

The city of College Station reports the switching of traffic signals along University in and near the Northgate district…which caused traffic backups due to intersections going on four way flashing…was to be completed Thursday. Initially, the switch from temporary to permanent signals at four intersections was going to continue into Friday. The signal switches were […]

College Station School Board Agrees To Make A Six Digit Property Tax Refund

The Houston company that owns the Century Square development at University and South College has won a property valuation appeal that results in a six digit tax refund from the College Station school district. The CSISD board at this week’s meeting agreed to a settlement with Midway Hospitality involving valuations made in 2016. Deputy superintendent […]

Bryan Woman Arrested For The Second Time Of Shoplifting In College Station After Her Accomplice Drives Away

A Bryan woman returned to the Brazos County jail for the second time in nine months on charges of stealing clothing from a College Station department store. 23 year old Kaylee Robertson is awaiting trial on a charge of stealing just over $3,000 dollars of clothing and shooting a customer with pepper spray while leaving […]

Two Family Violence Assault Arrests And An Accused Drunk Driver Relieves Himself On The Freeway

Two family violence assault arrests were made in the twin cities on Tuesday, one where a son is accused of punching his mother and the second where a mother is accused of punching her daughter. The 37th time that 38 year old Joshua Lamar Brown of Bryan is in the Brazos County jail, according to […]

City of Bryan Update on WTAW

Bryan Fire Chief Randy McGregor visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about dealing with hot weather, EMS accreditation, the new fire station, addressing the city’s growth, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Thursday, August 22, 2019. Listen to “Bryan Fire Chief Randy McGregor on The Infomaniacs” on Spreaker. Share this article:

My Aggie Nation Podcast: Tyrel Dodson celebrates Braden White’s 12th Man selection

This week, the My Aggie Nation Podcast features an interview with former Texas A&M linebacker Tyrel Dodson, who left early after his junior season in favor of the 2019 NFL Draft. He discusses life after signing as a free agent with the Buffalo Bills and shares his excitement of the naming of Braden White as […]

Texas A&M System Regents Learn Reduced Financing Costs For Kyle Field Expansion And Approve $1.4 Billion In New Bonds

This month’s meeting of the Texas A&M system board of regents approving two bond issues totaling almost $1.4 billion dollars. Regents also learned from the system’s chief financial officer, Maria Robinson, of last month’s refinancing of the remaining debt to pay for the Kyle Field expansion. Robinson said refinancing generate a savings of $34 million […]

One Of Two Men Who Shot Out Vehicle Windows In 2016 Is Back In Jail & Local Man Starts Serving Jail Time For Assaulting Daughter And Her Mother

It’s been three years since two College Station men were arrested after windows of more than 100 vehicles around College Station were shot out. After both pleaded guilty to shooting out windows from 11 vehicles, one of the men is back in jail. The Brazos County district attorney’s office wants to revoke probation of 22 […]

Bond Revoked For A Bryan Man Arrested For Stabbing His Brother In Law & Failing To Appear Lands Another Bryan Man In Jail

Bond is revoked for a Bryan man accused of stabbing his brother in law who later died. 41 year old Deryl Jackson, Jr. was released July 11th on a $100,000 dollar bond. A judge granted a motion filed by the Brazos County district attorney’s office that Jackson failed to wear a GPS monitoring device, failed […]

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