Two More Sentenced in Bryan Auto Insurance Fraud Scheme

HOUSTON (AP) _ Two individuals have been sentenced for their roles in a scheme that authorities say defrauded insurance companies of more than $3 million. Earlie Dickerson, a former office manager, was sentenced Monday in Houston federal court to 14 years in prison for recruiting individuals involved in auto accidents to be represented by a […]

Cognizant Buying Healthcare Software Company

A Fortune 500 company that announced moving its leadership to College Station last December is expanding. The Associated Press reports Cognizant is buying health care software company TriZetto for $2.7 billion in cash. Privately held TriZetto Corp. is based in Englewood, Colorado. The company and its 3,700 workers will join Cognizant’s existing health care information […]

UPDATE: Woman Dies in College Station’s Lick Creek Park

Saturday night update from the College Station police department: A College Station woman who went into a flooded creek Saturday morning to save her dog has died after she was swept away from the high and swift moving water. The body of 32 year old April Rachel Turner was found about 600 feet from where […]

UPDATE: Adrian Peterson Indicted by Montgomery County Grand Jury

Saturday update from the Associated Press: HOUSTON (AP) _ A Texas prosecutor says a grand jury backed a child abuse charge against Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson after it spent several weeks reviewing “lots of evidence.” Montgomery County prosecutor Phil Grant said Saturday that parents are entitled to discipline their children, but that grand […]

UPDATE: New Ownership of St. Joseph Health System Finalized

Additional information courtesy of St. Joseph Regional Health Center President Kathy Krusie: The sale of Bryan-based St. Joseph Health System to a national company is being finalized. St. Joseph’s parent company, Sylvania Franciscan Health, will become the 13th division of Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) by the end of the year. The president of St. Joseph […]

College Station ISD Update

Chuck Glenewinkel of the College Station school district visits with Bill Oliver about early fall enrollment numbers exceeding expectations, a preview of next Tuesday’s school board meeting, and congratulating this year’s National Merit Scholar semifinalists.  

Corps of Cadets Adjustments For Kyle Field Construction

The leader of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets has been busy responding to social media comments about the first time in 30 years that there are no cannons blasting from inside Kyle Field following Aggie football touchdowns. Commandant General Joe Ramirez has spent the last week responding to posts on his Facebook page after […]

CS Traffic Engineer Troy Rother on WTAW

Traffic engineer Troy Rother with the City of College Station discussed the success of the traffic plan after the first A&M home football game, intelligent traffic signals, and more on The Infomaniacs on Friday, September 12, 2014. Click below to listen to Troy Rother’s full interview with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.

CS Council Approves Banning E-Cigarettes to Minors

The College Station city council has approved banning e-cigarettes to minors. That includes possession and consumption. Before the unanimous vote applying to those under 18, the council voted 4-3 against an amendment that would have restored limitations on adult consumption in public places. That clause was dropped last month following opposition from some businessowners in […]

Guilty Plea in CS Convenience Store Robbery

One of two Bryan men accused of knocking out a convenience store clerk in College Station last October is headed to prison. The Brazos County district attorney’s office says 19 year old Nicholas Troy Bogert II entered a guilty plea to aggravated robbery at the beginning of a jury trial. The jury then spent three […]

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