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More Traffic Delays Start Tuesday At The New FM 60/FM 2818 Interchange

We’re still at least a year away from the completion of a new interchange near Easterwood Airport at FM 60 and FM 2818. The TxDOT district office in Bryan reports more delays start Tuesday morning with police monitoring lane closures. After three days of repaving, there will be three months where motorists will not have […]

CS Firefighters Still Investigating The Cause Of A Friday Night Duplex Fire

One person was injured from a fire early Friday evening at a College Station duplex. The fire department did not disclose the severity of the injuries, other than the person was taken to the hospital. Investigators have not determined the cause of the fire on Concho, which is off Welsh between Southwest Parkway and Holleman. […]

Saturday Night Drowning West Of College Station Claims The Life Of An 18 Month Old

A drowning west of College Station Saturday night claimed the life of an 18 month old boy. Brazos County sheriff’s chief deputy Jim Stewart says the youngster was at his grandparents house when he wandered into the family pond. Another sheriff’s deputy who found the youngster in the water face down pulled him out and […]

College Station Police Investigating Saturday Night Shooting

A woman escaped life threatening injuries after being shot at a College Station apartment complex Saturday night. Lt. Craig Anderson says the woman spoke with detectives at a local hospital about what happened at The Marc apartments at Harvey and George Bush East. The woman is now in a Houston hospital. The only additional information […]

College Station Council Increases Travel Budget To Attend Interstate 14 Meetings

The latest proposed route for an east to west Interstate through the Brazos Valley would go around Bryan and College Station and head towards Huntsville. The College Station city council at its last meeting agreed to increase the travel budget to attend upcoming meetings of the Interstate 14 working group known as the Gulf Coast […]

International Seed Company Advanta Opens R&D Facility On The Texas A&M Campus

An international seed company was formally welcomed to Aggieland yesterday Thursday. Advanta closed research and development centers in Argentina and India, and moved those operations to College Station as part of an agreement with Texas A&M AgriLife Research. Those decisions were based on recommendations by Alberto Leon, who is Advanta’s director of global research and […]

Move Over, Slow Down, or Get Ticketed

The Texas Department of Public Safety is placing special emphasis on the law requiring motorists to move over or slow down when passing vehicles stopped on the side of the road with their emergency lights on. “We would like you to vacate the lane that is closest to them if possible,” said Sergeant Jimmy Morgan. […]

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