Two More Sigma Nu Fraternity Members Arrested

The manager of College Station’s Sigma Nu fraternity house is one of the two latest members arrested on drug charges after a roommate died last month following a party. According to the arrest report, the room occupied 20 year old Aaron Spring of Missouri City had eight different kinds of illegal drugs. In four glass […]

Decomposing Remains Of A Young Girl Found In Madison County

MADISONVILLE, Texas (AP) – Authorities say a Texas rancher mowing his pasture discovered the decomposing remains of a young girl along with medical apparatus commonly used with a feeding tube. The Madison County Sheriff’s Office says the rancher discovered the remains Saturday on his property near Madisonville, about 85 miles northwest of Houston. The child […]

Bryan School Board Decides To Appoint Someone To Fill Vacancy

An opening on the Bryan school board will be filled someone appointed by the remainder of the governing body. At least three people have already expressed an interest. The application deadline is October 17th at 5 p.m. by sending an email to board president Doug Wunneburger at The district two position covers the same […]

Texas Among 21 States Suing Obama Administration Over New Overtime Rules

LAS VEGAS (AP) _ A coalition of 21 states is suing the U.S. Department of Labor over a new rule that would make more higher-earning workers eligible for overtime pay. Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt filed the lawsuit in Texas on Tuesday, urging the court to block implementation before the regulation takes effect on Dec. […]

Texas Agriculture Commissioner Won’t Face Criminal Charges For “Jesus Shot” Trips

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller won’t face criminal charges over allegations he used taxpayer funds to obtain a “Jesus shot” in Oklahoma. The Department of Public Safety investigated the Republican for possible abuse of power. But in a memo released Tuesday, prosecutors in Austin said they’d determined “criminal intent would be […]

Texas A&M Police Looking for Two Theft Suspects

Texas A&M University police are asking for your help in locating two suspects involved in the theft of parking permits. Last month, an investigator discovered TAMU parking permits for sale on Craigslist. The individuals were contacted and identified as Bryan residents Amanda Gallegos and Tiffany M. Taylor. During the investigation, investigators seized seven parking permits, […]

UPDATE: CS Police Make Arrest in Murder Following A Domestic Dispute

UPDATE An arrest has been made in the murder of a woman at a College Station apartment complex this weekend. College Station police officers responded to the Scandia Apartments on Anderson after the boyfriend of the victim’s roommate told police the victim’s boyfriend, 22 year-old Victor Garcia-Loyo called him Saturday to tell him his girlfriend, […]

Man Arrested in NYC Blast

NEW YORK (AP) — The Afghan immigrant arrested in the bombings that rocked a New York City neighborhood and a New Jersey shore town is now facing five counts of attempted murder of a police officer. Saturday night’s bombing in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood injured 29 people, but federal charges against Ahmad Khan Rahami have […]

Motorcyclist Killed In Bryan

A College Station man died following a motorcycle crash Sunday afternoon in Bryan. Police report the victim, 58 year old Lazaro Demecio Figueroa, was not wearing a helmet. The crash, in the 600 block of north Texas, between 20th and 21st, took place after Figueroa’s northbound motorcycle made an unsafe lane change and struck the […]

Wrong Way Crash In CS Injures Two

The drivers of two vehicles are in the the hospital with possible life-threatening injuries following a wrong way crash in College Station Sunday during the midnight hour. College Station police report the collision was on William D. Fitch near Southern Breeze. One of the drivers told officers she believed she was going the correct way […]

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