CS Police Recaps of Two Tuesday Traffic Incidents

Traffic in the Northgate district Tuesday afternoon and evening was rerouted for four hours. College Station police say that’s after a semi trailer hauling an excavator struck the railroad overpass on Raymond Stotzer approaching Wellborn Road. After the cleanup and an inspection of the railroad bridge and Wellborn Road overpass, traffic was allowed to resume […]

UPDATE: CS Police Interview Possible Witness From Last Week’s C-Store Kidnapping

Update from College Station police: On March 24, 2015 investigators were able to speak to the person seen in the surveillance video from Drew’s Exxon on March 17, 2015 and this person is assisting investigators with their inquiry into this offense.  He was able to be identified through tips from the public after extensive media […]

Another Blue Bell Recall

News releases from Blue Bell Creameries: BLUE BELL ICE CREAM RECALLS 3 OZ. INSTITUTIONAL/FOOD SERVICE ICE CREAM CUPS – CHOCOLATE, STRAWBERRY, VANILLA (TAB LID) – BECAUSE OF POSSIBLE HEALTH RISK Blue Bell Ice Cream of Brenham, Texas, is recalling three 3 oz. institutional/food service ice cream cups- chocolate, strawberry and vanilla with tab lids because […]

Flu Season Hanging On in Brazos County

A stubborn flu season continues in Brazos County. Statistics from the health department showed the end last year was February 8th. This year, since the first week of February, there have been 466 hit with the flu. That compares with 37 during the same period last year. That has resulted in 2,801 getting the flu […]

Bryan School Board Approves Design of New SFA

The Bryan school board has taken the next step towards the centerpiece of the record bond issue passed by voters last November. Unanimous approval was given Monday night to the design of the new Stephen F. Austin middle school.   The three story building will include converting the present auxiliary gym between the civic auditorium […]

Four Arrested For Another CS Armed Robbery

College Station police report four men arrested in a drug-related robbery a month ago are accused of a second holdup that took place 45 minutes later. The second robbery, which also involved illegal drugs, was in the Campus Village apartments at Harvey Mitchell and Wellborn Road. The four who were arrested were 17 year old […]

U.S. Supreme Court Wrestles With Texas Confederate License Plate Lawsuit

WASHINGTON (AP) — In a dispute over a proposed Confederate battle flag license plate, the Supreme Court struggled Monday to balance worries about government censorship and concerns that offensive messages could, at worst, incite violence. Nearly 150 years after the end of the Civil War, the justices heard arguments in a case over Texas’ refusal […]

LSU Responds to John Chavis Lawsuit & Trio Admit to Bryan C-Store Robbery

Louisiana State University has submitted its response to a lawsuit filed last month in Brazos County district court by new Texas A&M football defensive coordinator John Chavis. Most of the 197 page reply is the lawsuit LSU filed in Baton Rouge against its former coach in the school’s attempt to collect $400,000 dollars. LSU wants […]

Bryan Council Considering The Sale of Treated Wastewater

The Bryan city council is considering the sale of treated wastewater to private parties. Councilman Rafael Pena raised the idea during the March 10th workshop as a way to generate money for capital improvement projects and/or expanding Brazos Transit District service. Public Works Director Jayson Barfknecht told the council the decision to sell comes with […]

Third Time in Five Days That Dog Bites Stranger in CS

College Station animal control received a report from a 17 year old that she was bit a German Shepherd mix Sunday afternoon around 4:45 at the corner of Holleman and George Bush East. The victim says the dog was leashed and was being walked by someone described as a white woman around 30 years old […]

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