Arrest Made In Bryan Home Invasion Burglary Following A Two Hour Search

Bryan police responded in force to a 9-1-1 call Wednesday morning of a home invasion burglary. Sgt. Ryan Bona says this was on Old College between College Main and Wellborn Road. Bona said the caller stayed on the phone and gave continuous updates. Officers arrived as the suspect was leaving the residence. Multiple officers and […]

Get Pennies On The Dollar…Maybe…From Old Radio Shack Gift Cards

WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) _ Former Fort Worth-based retailer RadioShack has reached a tentative settlement in a dispute over the treatment of gift card holders in the electronics retailer’s bankruptcy case. Under a settlement outlined Wednesday, holders of roughly a third of the $46 million in outstanding gift cards would receive priority status and be paid […]

Texas Medicaid Cuts Are Still Coming Following Court Hearing

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ Texas health officials say they will still implement a $350 million cut in Medicaid payments for therapy services _ surprising opponents who thought they walked out of a courtroom with a victory. An attorney for the Texas Health and Human Services Commission told a judge Wednesday morning they planned to “start […]

Prairie View City Council Renames Street For Sandra Bland

PRAIRIE VIEW, Texas (AP) — A small Texas university town where a black Chicago-area woman was arrested during a traffic stop, launching a chain of events that ended in her death in a jail cell, has renamed for her the road to her alma mater. The Prairie View City Council voted Tuesday night to rename […]

Dallas County DA Explains Her Long Absence

DALLAS (AP) _ Dallas County District Attorney Susan Hawk is blaming a three-week absence from her duties on “a serious episode of depression” and says she’ll take another four weeks’ unpaid leave. Hawk’s hitherto-unexplained absence had generated numerous questions about the management of her office and her ability to perform her duties. One of the […]

Former CPRIT Executive Not Guilty Of Criminal Charges

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ A jury has acquitted a former executive of Texas’ $3 million cancer-fighting effort who was the only state official charged following a sweeping criminal investigation that began in 2012. Jerry Cobbs was found not guilty Tuesday on charges that he improperly steered $11 million in taxpayer funds at the Cancer Prevention […]

CSFD Blood Drive Fundraiser

Sunday, August 30th, College Station Fire Department is hosting a blood drive, platelet donation and picnic fundraiser for one of their own. Ben Miller is a seven year veteran who was diagnosed with AML Leukemia this summer. He has been receiving chemotherapy and other treatments at MD Anderson in Houston. His brothers at CSFD are […]

Brazos County Possible Foreign Trade Zone

Research Valley Partnership recently met with Port of Houston Authority officials to discuss the possible designation of all Brazos County as a Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ). Texas Triangle Park, Brazos County’s first FTZ, is part of the Port of Houston’s FTZ 84. A FTZ is a designated area in which foreign and domestic goods are […]

Nominations Being Accepted for Keep Brazos Beautiful

Keep Brazos Beautiful is hosting their Annual Awards Celebration and Luncheon on Wednesday, September 23rd from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. at The Hilton College Station. Raena Blumenthal, Executive Director, said ten awards will be given to individuals and organizations. “It is just a great way to celebrate the efforts of the countless individuals, organizations, […]

Two Hospitalized From Crash In North Bryan

UPDATE: Courtesy of Bryan Police Department Update August 24, 2015: The 4door car, Chevy Malibu, only had two occupants. One occupant was transported to St. Joseph Hospital where they were treated and released. The motorcyclist, 29 yr old male from Bryan, is still listed in critical condition. He was not wearing a helmet at the […]

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