Brazos County Burn Ban

The Brazos County Commissioners Court has implemented a burn ban for the next 90 days. All outdoor burning is prohibited until November 12th unless the ban is terminated early by the commissioners court or the county judge.

Bryan New Directions Petition Falls Short

The petition to add proposed amendments to the Bryan City Charter circulated by Bryan New Directions did not collect enough properly verified signatures to get their proposed amendments on the ballot in November. City Secretary Mary Lynne Stratta completed the verification process of the Charter amendment petition filed. The petition needed 1,741 adequate signatures or […]

Fatal Crash on Highway 21

One person is dead after a one-vehicle accident on State Highway 21 Monday morning. According to DPS, a pick-up was travelling east on 21 and went off the right side of the roadway. The driver over-corrected causing the truck to rollover several times. A passenger, 30 year-old Johnathan Escobar of Houston, was ejected from the […]

Texas A&M Cancels White Lives Matter Rally on Campus

News release courtesy of Texas A&M University: After consultation with law enforcement and considerable study, Texas A&M is cancelling the event scheduled by Preston Wiginton at Rudder Plaza on campus on September 11 because of concerns about the safety of its students, faculty, staff, and the public. Texas A&M changed its policy after December’s protests […]

Alt-Right Rally Coming to Texas A&M

Hours after a car rammed into a crowd of protesters and a helicopter crashed into the woods at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, Preston Wigington announced a White Lives Matter rally at Texas A&M next month. Wigington, who briefly attended Texas A&M, organized the self-proclaimed white supremacist Richard Spencer speaking on campus last […]

Record Response And Volunteers For 2017 B/CS Chamber Day

There was a record number of volunteers and a record response to this year’s Bryan/College Station chamber of commerce survey of businessowners and employees. Chamber president Glen Brewer told Brazos County commissioners that almost 2,000 volunteers visited nearly 1,200 businesses. The volunteers collected responses from 1,000 owners and employees. Brewer says among the results were […]

Bryan City Manager Update To The City Council

The city of Bryan has a new parks and recreation director. City manager Kean Register announced at the end of Tuesday’s city council meeting the hiring of Linda Cornelius. She is moving to Bryan from a similar position in Highland Village…north of Dallas. Register says Cornelius was also the director in Boerne, and at one […]

Cement Truck Crash Closes Wellborn/Harvey Mitchell Exit Ramp For Hours

From College Station police: On August 11, 2017, at approximately 1245 hours, officers with the College Station Police Department were dispatched to the area of Wellborn Road and Harvey Mitchell Parkway for a single vehicle accident. Officers arrived on scene and learned the following: A cement truck was traveling on Harvey Mitchell Parkway when it […]

Weekend Lane Closures

Three westbound lanes of University Drive – between College Main and Nagle – will be temporarily closed this weekend. According to the city, this is to allow disassembly of large cranes associated with high-rise apartment construction. The closures are expected to begin on Sunday at 2 a.m. and end by Monday at 7 a.m. A […]

Do You Recognize These Suspects?

Bryan police are looking for two women accused of stealing $200 worth of liquor from the Western Beverage store on Boonville Road on July 27, 2017. The video shows the suspects pocketing several bottles and leaving without paying for them. If you recognize these suspects please contact Det. Daniel Amaya at 979-209-5324 or Crime Stoppers […]

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