South College Station Housing Developer Announces Road Improvements

Major road improvements are coming to a congested area of south College Station. That’s what the College Station planning and zoning commission heard, before endorsing a rezoning that is proposed to bring 1,500 more single family homes to an area bordered by Arrington Road and Greens Prairie West. One of three consultants who spoke to […]

Theft Victim Catches Suspected Thieves & Police Arrest Two More Drivers With Lengthy Records

A College Station man returned to jail last weekend, three months after admitting in court to cutting his mother with a knife a year and a half ago. 19 year old Deanthony Williams was one of two men arrested Saturday night on charges of selling a stolen Xbox in the parking lot of the College […]

Split Votes & Decisions On Requiring Seat Belts On School Buses

There is differing reaction from the Bryan and College Station school districts and area lawmakers to state legislation that is headed to the governor calling for school buses to have seat belts. Quoting a Bryan ISD spokesman, “At this time we’re just monitoring the situation. We’ll see what happens.” In College Station ISD, a spokesman […]

City of Bryan Project Update

It took Bryan city manager Kean Register more than five minutes at the last city council meeting to provide an update on a variety of projects. Motorists around CHI St. Joseph health center may have noticed a slowdown in street construction. Register said that was due to deciding the color of stamped colored concrete crosswalks […]

UPDATE: Stolen SUV Contained A Funeral Home Corpse

Update: A Bryan woman arrested for dumping a corpse out of a stolen vehicle last Friday used profanity to tell police she doesn’t care about dead people. According to her arrest report, 28 year old Tanya Albrecht said she had permission to take an unmarked Suburban owned by a funeral home and she denied dumping […]

Have You Seen This Teenager?

The city of College Station has posted on its social media a missing persons report. 16 year old Tyeisha Lashay Ross was last seen April 28. Anyone with information is asked to call College Station police at 979-764-3600.

Volunteers Needed At The Dispute Resolution Center

A local non-profit, aimed at helping people resolve conflict peacefully, is in need of volunteers to undergo training as mediators. Tori Ellis, the Executive Director at the Dispute Resolution Center (DRC) says they offer what is required by the state of Texas. The next free beginner’s course is scheduled to start June 1. More information […]

U.S. Army Special Operations Training Returned To Brazos & Surrounding Counties

For the third straight year, the Army has conducted special operations training in Brazos and surrounding counties. In 2015, Army officials from Fort Bragg, North Carolina appeared before Brazos County commissioners to get initial approval. There was no public appearance before soldiers arrived last year and earlier this month. But at a recent commissioners court […]

Four Men Plead To Criminal Charges In Brazos County District Court

A College Station man has admitted to striking his wife three times in the same day last July…the last time knocking her unconscious and breaking her jaw. 41 year old Nickolai Davis, who the Brazos County district attorney’s office said had two prior convictions for family violence in Nacogdoches County, was sentenced to 25 years […]

Chilifest 2017 Awards Grants To 36 Organizations & Charities

News release from Kristen Distributing Company and Chilifest Inc. Kristen Distributing Company, along with the sponsorship of Miller Lite, are pleased to announce that Chilifest 2017 was a huge success as a community of volunteers worked together to deliver an event that was safe and fun! For over 26 years, Chilifest Inc. has been able […]

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