Bryan School Board To Start Discussing How To Fill A Vacancy

The Bryan school board on Monday gets its first chance to consider how to fill the vacancy following John Street’s immediate resignation two weeks ago. Board president Doug Wunneburger says there is interest from at least three people, who he did not identify. Making an appointment to fill out the remainder of Street’s term, through […]

Two More Brazos County Pleas To Family Related Sexual Abuse

For the second and third times this week, the Brazos County district attorney’s office has announced a plea in a family related sexual abuse case. 42 year old Eddie Galvan of Bryan will serve 35 years in prison for sexually abusing six family members. Prosecutors say an older family member witnessed Galvan “behaving inappropriately with […]

Do You Know These People?

Bryan police has released surveillance video of two recent thefts. On 8/8/16 multiple fraudulent charges totaling $3,000 were made to a debit card at Walmart and a gas station. If you recognize this person of interest please contact Inv. Valerie Hubbard at 979-209-5320 or Crime Stoppers at 979-775-TIPS. Refer to case #16-0800706 On 8/1/16 at […]

Highway 21 Updates

Construction continues on Highway 21 between SH 6 and Texas Avenue. Bob Colwell from the Texas Department of Transportation said the project of installing two-way left turn lanes was delayed four months due to utility conflicts. He said it should be complete by January 2017. Also due for completion at that time is the northbound […]

Navasota Man Admits To Sex Crimes Against Three Great-Granddaughters

The Brazos County district attorney says a Navasota man abused members of his family for 50 years. Jarvis Parsons credits the bravery of three great-grandchildren who reported they were abused when they were younger. 81 year old Jimmy Mathis of Navasota pleaded guilty Wednesday in district court to aggravated sexual assault of a child, indecency […]

Pink Alliance Distributes First Year of Grants

The Pink Alliance breast cancer advocacy group has been making formal presentations of its first year of awarding $99,000 in grants to five organizations and businesses. Board President Doris Light says that includes two grants to allow 280 women to receive a free mammogram. A $25,000 dollar check presentation was made Wednesday to the Brazos […]

Record Pot Discovery Find In Robertson County

The largest discovery of marijuana in the history of Robertson County was made this week. Sheriff Gerald Yezak says a tip led them to six irrigated fields in the extreme northeastern part of the county. Yezak says 5,900 plants were harvested and removed. The sheriff says DPS estimated the street value at $2.9 million dollars. […]

Two Brazos Valley High Schools Receive TEA Perfect Scores

The Texas Education Agency has come out with last year’s individual performances of the state’s 8,600 kindergarten through 12th grade campuses. More than 400 earned “perfect scores”, and two of those campuses are in the Brazos Valley. By “perfect scores”, Bryan Collegiate and Mumford high schools previously received a “met standard” ranking…the highest possible. Both […]

Arrest Made In College Station Attempted Rape Case

A Bryan man on probation for participating in the death of a local man six years ago is now accused of breaking into the apartment of a former girlfriend and trying to rape her. 25 year old Joey Reyes was picked up this week on eight arrest warrants and is being held in the Brazos […]

Bryan Council Approves FY 17 Budget And Passes First Reading On Tax Rate

The Bryan city council gave final approval to the fiscal year 2017 budget during Tuesday’s meeting. While criticism continued from the public for two members walking out last week, there were no public comments Tuesday night about the budget. The council voted 6-0 on the budget. Rafael Pena was absent. Preceding the budget vote, two […]

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