UPDATE: Surveillance Video Shows Bryan Man Who Was Shot In A Hotel Parking Lot

Friday update: A shooting early Thursday morning that killed a Bryan man took place in a hotel parking lot. According to the arrest report from Bryan police, surveillance video from the University Inn on South Texas showed the victim, 30 year old Carlos DeJesus Mar, was shot by the man who was arrested Thursday night, […]

Thanks Tucker/Frito!

Friday marked the end of nearly 20 years at Bryan Broadcasting for Operations Manager Tucker Young…who most of you know as Frito on Candy 95’s Morning Candy program. Frito reminisced with listeners and thanked multiple people. Tucker was the leader who brought Candy three national awards from the National Association of Broadcasters…two Crystals for public […]

Invitation to Sunday’s Fiestas Patrias

Sunday is Fiestas Patrias, the twin cities festival celebrating Mexican culture since 1990. Roy Lopez, on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs, says they’re expecting 20,000 to 25,000 people at the festival, which begins with a parade at noon.   Click HERE for more information from the Fiestas Patrias website.

Texas World Speedway Holding Flood Damaged Vehicles From Harvey

For at least the next six months, Texas World Speedway will be the home of more than 30,000 parked cars damaged beyond repair by flooding from hurricane Harvey. Bill Mather at the speedway says 400 acres of land has been leased for six months by a company that works with insurance companies processing claims for […]

College Station Man Is Added To The DPS 10 Most Wanted Fugitive List

From the Texas Department of Public Safety: The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) has added Herman Henry Fox, 35, to the Texas 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list, and a cash reward of up to $5,000 is now being offered for information leading to his capture. Fox is wanted for trafficking of persons and compelling […]

Texas A&M Notification Of Sewage Spill

From Texas A&M: On Tuesday, September 5, 2017, a sewage line back up caused a spill to occur in a small, isolated area of the Texas A&M University campus in College Station. There is no indication of any resulting problem with local domestic water systems. Immediately upon discovery, Texas A&M notified the City of College […]

BTU Improves Bill Pay Service

Bryan Texas Utilities has changed the way customers pay online. The new pay system has additional security measures to make accessing your account and making a bill payment more secure. Vicki Reim, Division Manager of Customer Operations, says this system also has additional features. “We are not getting rid of anything, but we are actually […]

Arrests on Charges of Assault Related Kidnapping, Selling Drugs, & Vehicle Burglaries

On the tenth anniversary of his first arrest, a Bryan man returned to jail for the 17th time. 27 year old James Branchael Tucker was arrested by Bryan police on charges of kidnapping and beating his girlfriend. The 24 year old woman sustained minor injuries according to police, after a witness said Tucker forced the […]

College Station Council 4-3 Vote To Remove Local Ban On Wireless Devices While Driving

The College Station city council, on a 4 to 3, has directed staff to repeal a city ordinance banning the use of wireless devices while driving and bicycling. That follows the state’s new text ban which mayor Karl Mooney says lawmakers did not go far enough.   James Benham, who voted against the city ban […]

UPDATE: Missing Bryan Man Found In Centerville

Update from College Station police: On September 13, 2017 at 1:09 PM Lynn Sherman was located in his vehicle at a gas station in Centerville, Texas. A Leon County Sheriff’s Office Deputy made contact with Mr. Sherman after a person called to report they had seen him. Mr. Sherman was not injured. He has been […]

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