Highway 6 South Of Hearne Closed By A Crash

Highway 6 south of Hearne was closed for about 90 minutes Monday afternoon following a crash involving a semi and a Toyota vehicle. Robertson County sheriff Gerald Yezak says DPS is investigating the circumstances of the collision at Highway 6 and FM 2549. Yezak says the driver of the Toyota, who was unconscious, was flown […]

City Of Bryan Project Update Includes Long Delayed Completion Of Water Slide

A year later than originally scheduled, all features at the Bryan Aquatic Center will be available next spring. That was part of city manager Kean Register’s project update at the September 11 city council meeting. Two years ago, the council approved a nearly $1 million dollar renovation that also included a new pool liner, a […]

College Station Council Delays Action On Changing Biocorridor Priorities

This month marks six years since an interlocal agreement by the cities of College Station and Bryan created what’s known as the biocorridor. Now, the councils are considering the option of using land once reserved for recruiting pharmaceutical and related corporations to build apartments. Among the apartment supporters is developer Spencer Clements, who represents two […]

Democratic Texas AG Candidate Justin Nelson Campaigns In Bryan/College Station

Before Saturday night’s Texas A&M home football campaign, the Democratic candidate for Texas attorney general joined local residents going door to door. Before that, Justin Nelson called on those attending a campaign rally to tell all their friends to register and to vote…regardless of their political affiliation. The University of Texas law school professor also […]

Bryan Adult Themed Business Opens In Their Parking Lot

An adult themed business is open in Bryan, but not inside their building. The founder of Austin-based Planet K, Michael Kleinman, said they are waiting for the city of Bryan to turn on their electricity. Kleinman, who held a press conference on Friday, said they were “tired of waiting” so they are running the business […]

Dedication Of The New Bryan Fire Station No. 2

The dedication of the city of Bryan’s new fire station No. 2 took place Friday morning. Speakers included mayor Andrew Nelson, fire chief Randy McGregor, and representatives of the design and construction companies. The chief also recognized BFD retiree Siegel Rosier, who McGregor said “has been hanging out” in Bryan fire stations as a firefighter […]

College Station Man Accused Of Apologizing To Bryan Armed Robbery Victim

A College Station man is accused of apologizing while committing an armed robbery at a Bryan business. 23 year old Alexander Castillo was arrested about one hour after Bryan police received the call of the holdup at Fatty’s Smoke Shop on South Texas. Castillo was also charged with resisting arrest after it took five officers […]

Health Department Says ‘No Need to Panic’ about Dead Birds

The Brazos County Health Department has received several calls from people who have found dead birds in their yards or parks. “Most residents are concerned if this is some sort of virus, specifically West Nile,” says Mary Parrish, Health Educator. Parrish says the only way to contract West Nile from a bird is by direct […]

College Station’s New Planning & Development Services Director Is An Internal Promotion

There is a new director of College Station’s planning and development services department. Interim city manager Jeff Capps on Friday announced the promotion of Jennifer Prochazka. The new director has spent the last two years as the city’s economic development manager. Before that, she spent 14 years in the planning and development office in a […]

Brazos County Included In Governor’s Tropical Storm Disaster Declaration

Brazos and most surrounding counties are included in a disaster declaration issued by Governor Abbott Friday morning. The declaration is ahead of an approaching tropical storm in the Gulf of Mexico. The coverage area also includes Burleson, Washington, Grimes, and Madison counties. From Governor Abbott’s office: Governor Greg Abbott today issued a State Disaster Declaration […]

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