Another Prostitution Arrest At A Bryan Massage Business

For the second time in three weeks, Bryan police has made a prostitution arrest at a local massage parlor. 56 year old Ruihe Zhou of Bryan is out of jail on bond following her arrest last Friday. According to the arrest report, that followed the woman agreeing to engage in illegal contact with an undercover […]

More Lawsuit Settlements Reached In 2013 West Fertilizer Plant Explosion

WEST, Texas (AP) – The town of West, Texas, and several other plaintiffs have reached settlements and partial settlements of claims stemming from a deadly April 2013 explosion in the central Texas town. Waco-based state District Judge Jim Meyer has canceled a trial set to begin Tuesday. The settlements are the latest among more than […]

AP Source: Arizona To Hire Kevin Sumlin

From The Associated Press: A person familiar with the decision says Arizona will hire former Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin. The person spoke to The Associated Press on Sunday on condition of anonymity because details of a five-year contract to replace Rich Rodriguez as coach of the Wildcats were still being finalized. Rodriguez was fired […]

College Station Police Report “Heavily Intoxicated” Armed Robbery In Northgate

College Station police report a man described as “heavily intoxicated” was the victim of an armed robbery in the Northgate district. This took place Sunday shortly before 2 a.m. on Nagle near University. The victim reported he was robbed at knife point by two black men after being dragged into an alley. The victim lost […]

College Station Firefighters Still Investigating Cause Of Friday Morning Apartment Fire

College Station firefighters are still looking for a cause to an apartment building fire Friday morning. Fire marshal Eric Dotson says fire damage was mostly on the outside of a four unit building at the Flats on 12, located on Harvey Mitchell across from the post office. Dotson says a resident who lived in another […]

College Station Council Supports Revised Plans For New Police Headquarters

The College Station city council voted unanimously Thursday to approve the final design concept for the new police headquarters at Krenek Tap and Dartmouth. The approval came on the third attempt by city staff and the city’s consultant. Police chief Scott McCollum told the council “We heard you loud and clear in previous council meetings […]

College Station Couple Arrested On Multiple Drug Charges Following Year Long Investigation

College Station police has arrested a couple that the department’s special investigations unit identified as narcotics dealers. CSPD estimates about $1,500 dollars of powder cocaine, crack cocaine, and methamphetamine were found hidden in a car parked outside a home off Rock Prairie West in the Sherwood Heights neighborhood. 29 year old Ashley Lott and 41 […]

Why A Bryan Man Returned To The Brazos County Jail For The 32nd Time In 22 Years

A Bryan man released from jail five weeks ago on charges of thefts with prior convictions and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, is back in jail again on similar charges. According to the arrest report from Bryan police, 39 year old Genaro Galvan is accused of driving a stolen truck in two business burglaries […]

Ronald McDonald House Charities Opens a 2nd Family Room in the Twin Cities

Ronald McDonald House Charities and the College Station Medical Center celebrated the opening of their new Family Room on Friday with a ribbon cutting ceremony and facility tour. Carolyn Schwarz, CEO at Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Texas, thanked The Med, community members, and donors. “This is the sixth Ronald McDonald Family Room for […]

Bryan Council Agrees To Consider Rental Registration Regulations

The Bryan city council directed staff at this week’s meeting to develop a proposed rental registration program. Councilman Greg Owens, who made the proposal, wanted language almost identical to College Station. Owens’s one exception that there would be no charge. Owens, who rental properties in College Station, said he was initially against the regulations but […]

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