Do You Recognize This Person?

Bryan police has released video of a person seen taking a wallet at P.J.’s Laundry in Bryan on December 19, 2016. If you recognize this person of interest or possible witnesses please contact BPD investigator assistant Tina Balderas at 979-209-5310 or Brazos County Crime Stoppers at 979-775-TIPS. Refer to Case #16-1200759.

Bryan Council Refinancing Bonds Next Month

The Bryan city council was given a heads up at its last meeting that next month they will be asked to refinance more than $86 million dollars in bonds. The city’s chief financial officer, Joe Hegwood, says lower interest rates means saving nearly $8 million dollars over the remaining lives of two bond issues. Hegwood […]

TxDOT Announces Repaving On Portions Of Two Local Highways Starts Tonight

Two highways in the twin cities are affected by repaving that starts Wednesday night. The TxDOT district office in Bryan reports weather permitting, Harvey Road/Highway 30 will be repaved from Texas to the freeway, along with University/FM 60 between Texas and South College. The repaving will be done during nighttime hours on various days. This […]

Baylor Has A New President

News release from Baylor University: Baylor University has selected Linda A. Livingstone, Ph.D., current dean and professor of management at The George Washington University School of Business, as the institution’s 15th president. Dr. Livingstone was the unanimous choice of the Baylor Board of Regents, following the recommendation of the 12-member Presidential Search Committee. Dr. Livingstone, […]

CS Council Approves More More Four Way Stops & Discusses Future Traffic Safety Additions

The College Station city council has approved more stop signs along streets in residential neighborhoods. At the council’s last meeting, there were unanimous votes to create all way stops at Southern Plantation and Decatur and at Southern Plantation and Alexandria. This follows council action last month for all way stops elsewhere along Decatur and Alexandria. […]

Bryan Mother Arrested For Keeping Police From Arresting Her Son

A Bryan woman is out of jail following her arrest for hindering Bryan police for making an arrest…of one of the woman’s sons. The 16 year old, accused of burglary of a habitation, was found hiding inside a doghouse in the backyard of their home. According to the arrest report, the arresting officer asked for […]

UPDATE: Blinn College Trustees Approve Campus Carry Regulations

Update from Blinn College: The Blinn College Board of Trustees approved amendments regarding campus carry to Policy CHF(LOCAL) during its regular meeting Tuesday. Senate Bill 11, also known as the “campus carry” law, was passed during the 84th Texas Legislature and allows concealed handgun license holders to carry concealed handguns at Texas higher education institutions. […]

President George H.W. Bush Hospitalized Since Last Friday

From the office of President George H.W. Bush: President George H. W. Bush was admitted to Houston Methodist Hospital on Friday for observation due to a persistent cough that prevented him from getting proper rest. It was subsequently determined he had a mild case of pneumonia, which was treated and has been resolved. President Bush […]

New Suspect Composite Drawings Released In Unsolved 1981 College Station Murder

Brazos County sheriff Chris Kirk unveiled new composite drawings of a man suspected in an unsolved murder that took place in College Station in December 1981. A new DNA technology was used to create a man around the age of 25 and a man at 70 years old. The victim, 40 year old Virginia Freeman, […]

College Station Man Dies During A Fight

College Station police report a local man who died during a fight last Tuesday was due to a major heart attack. That’s according to preliminary autopsy findings in the death of 38 year old Ross Batten of College Station. According to a CSPD news release, Batten had kicked down the door of a home last […]

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