More Parking For Blinn College Students In Bryan

Tuesday marks the start of the new semester is underway at Blinn College. For students on the Bryan campus, more parking is available at the Texas National Guard Armory. Blinn spokesman Richard Bray says college officials worked out an arrangement for the armory lot on East 25th due to the guard being deployed in December. […]

Tickets Still Available For Chamber Economic Outlook Conference

Tickets are still available for the B/CS Chamber of Commerce economic outlook conference, which is Wednesday, January 28. Chamber President Royce Hickman says panelists includes officials from the twin cities and Texas A&M. Addressing national issues during the first session is Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Programs at the A&M Department of Economics, Dr. […]

Prison For Bryan Armed Robbery & Residential Burglaries

A Brazos County district court jury has convicted a former Bryan man of an armed robbery that took place nearly five years ago. The jury then sentenced 24 year old Ricky Jackson Jr. of Houston to 25 years in prison. According to prosecutors, the convenience store clerk at the Valero on East 29th who was […]

Bryan Police Arrest More Multiple Driving Offenders

Bryan police stopping a car a at night without a working license plate light led to an arrest on multiple charges. 25 year old Lawrence Gregory Blue of Bryan is accused of running away, leaving behind a two year old son who was in the front seat with the engine running and not in a […]

CVB Books More Sports Tournaments

Look for more out of town visitors playing baseball and soccer in the twin cities later this year. B/CS Convention and Visitors Bureau President Shannon Overby says College Station will be hosting six baseball tournaments for the United States Specialty Sports Association between March and August, each featuring up to 70 teams. And details are […]

Central Texas TV Meteorologist Returns to Work

The central Texas television meteorologist who shot last month leaving the station returned to work Monday morning. Patrick Crawford of KCEN-TV was greeted by co-workers who wore t-shirts with the Superman logo, a favorite of the weatherman. Crawford then showed he was wearing a Superman t-shirt underneath his suit. The gunman who shot Crawford in […]

Fourth Resignation at Texas HHS Central Office

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ A top deputy at Texas’ massive state health agency who was granted nearly $100,000 to pay for his graduate school tuition has resigned. The Austin American-Statesman reports that Texas Health and Human Services Commissioner Kyle Janek’s deputy chief of staff Casey Haney resigned Friday after it was reported the commission had […]

Participate In Selecting Blinn College’s Next President

Blinn College officials have announced how you can participate in selecting the school’s next district president. Two public forums have been scheduled to collect input on the job description. The first forum is on the Bryan campus February 4 from 8:30 until 9:30 a.m. then 4 until 5 p.m. in the student center. The second […]

Texas A&M Doesn’t Make First Cut For Hosting GOP Presidential Debates

Republicans running for President in 2016 will be participating in at least nine debates. But the list from the Republican National Committee does not include Texas A&M University, which has applied to both political parties. A&M could be considered to fill one of two or three sites the RNC has not finalized. Click HERE to […]

Helicopter Pilot is Killed Following a Crash in The Woodlands

THE WOODLANDS, Texas (AP) _ One person has been killed in the crash of a small helicopter north of the Montgomery County suburbs of Houston. Trooper Erik Burse of the Texas Department of Public Safety says the pilot was alone aboard the two-seat chopper that went down just after noon Friday in an open area […]

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