Bryan PD Investigating Armed Robbery That Injures The Victim

Bryan police are investing an armed robbery Thursday night where the victim received hospital treatment for non-life threatening injuries. The victim says this took place around 10:15 p.m. in the parking lot of Buena Vista Apartments on Providence. After dropping off a friend, the victim says he was approached by two men and at gunpoint […]

Consumer Alert From the Brazos County Tax Office

Here’s a buyer beware alert if you plan to renew your vehicle registration online. Brazos County tax assessor-collector Kristy Roe says the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles charges a $2.00 dollar processing fee. She has received calls from vehicle owners who have gone to third party vendors who are charging as much as $14 dollars […]

Bryan ISD Looking For Missing Students

Bryan school district employees and supporters were on the streets Friday looking for students. Communications director Brandon Webb says the annual community drop out blitz targets those who didn’t return to high school this year. Those who are located will be told of the various options to complete their secondary education. More than 100 addresses […]

Crashes on Wet Roads Kill One and Injures at Least Two

A University of Texas student was killed in a crash Thursday evening on Highway 21 near the Brazos River bridge. DPS troopers were told an eastbound car driven by 20 year old Elizabeth Abrams of Plano lost control on the rain-slickened pavement and skidded into the path of an oncoming pickup. Abrams was pronounced dead […]

Nine Arrests From Six-Figure Theft at Seguin’s Caterpillar Plant

SEGUIN, Texas (AP) — Eight Caterpillar employees are among nine people charged with felonies who Seguin police say stole at least $160,000 in parts from the company’s plant. The Seguin Police Department says the suspects were taken into custody on Friday after the owner of a diesel repair shop in Houston reported a suspicious transaction […]

DFW Area Councilwoman Calls 9-1-1 as a Test

BALCH SPRINGS, Texas (AP) Balch Springs police are investigating a city councilwoman who they say called 911 to test the response time of officers. Deputy Police Chief Jonathan Haber tells KXAS-TV (http://tinyurl.com/p8w5h6t ) Councilwoman Wanda Adams called 911 from a Dollar General store on Thursday. He says she told the officer she was testing them. […]

Hundreds of Houston PD Tickets Could Be Dismissed

HOUSTON (AP) — Houston’s police chief says hundreds of drivers ticketed for traffic violations could be getting the tickets dismissed because the officers whose names are on the citations may not have been present when the violation occurred. Chief Charles McClelland says an internal affairs investigation is focusing on four officers. They were all relieved […]

Baylor Student Senate Endorses Concealed Carry On Campus

WACO, Texas (AP) — Baylor University’s student senate has approved a resolution that would allow students and others who have concealed handgun permits to carry their guns on the Waco campus. It still needs approval of the Baylor board of regents before it takes effect. And the student body president, Dominic Edwards, could veto the […]

Dedication of Pandemic Influenza Vaccine Facility

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) _ Governor Rick Perry and top officials from Texas A and M University have dedicated a new 100,000-square-foot manufacturing plant that’s to produce enough flu vaccine to treat 50 million people within four months of a declared pandemic. The $91 million plant is a cornerstone of A and M’s growing center […]

Questionable Future for the Downtown Bryan Post Office

There’s not enough business at the post office in downtown Bryan to satisfy the postal service. And the Houston area manager has sent a notice that there are possible changes due to a steady decline in volume and/or revenue. Questions will be answered by a postal representative on October 2nd from 5 until 6 p.m. […]

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