Bryan Woman Killed In One Vehicle Crash

A crash Friday during noon hour at the north end of Bryan resulted in one death. Police say this took place on the freeway exit ramp at FM 2818. Investigators say the driver lost control of her pickup, the truck rolled multiple times, and she was ejected. The victim was identified as 41 year old […]

Thanks Again For Supporting Christmas Angels!

Bryan Broadcasting and Blue Baker again thanks EVERYONE who has played a role in this year’s Christmas Angels campaign. Bryan Broadcasting General Manager Ben Downs was on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs Friday morning to recap the adoption of children throughout the Brazos Valley, the collection of gifts, and the distribution that takes place Saturday. Click below […]

Twin Cities Studying Ridesharing Regulations

Local update: The cities of Bryan and College Station are studying whether to impose regulations on ridesharing companies, including Uber. That’s as the Dallas city council approved changes this week that already apply to taxis and limos. Starting April 30 in Dallas, ridesharing companies must provide primary insurance coverage and vehicles must pass inspection. Drivers […]

RVP and Belgian Colleagues Announce Joint Agreement

Economic development organizations serving the Brazos Valley, the state of Texas, and two provinces in southern Belgium have entered a joint agreement. Leaders of the Research Valley Partnership and IDELUX, which serves the Belgian provinces of Luxembourg and Wallonia, are inviting companies to expand overseas. The office in Belgium opened Thursday, as part of the […]

First of Two CS Armed Robbery Suspects Arrested

A Bryan man wanted for violating parole from a robbery of an elderly man four years ago was arrested for participating in the armed robbery of a former co-worker last weekend in College Station. According to College Station police, the arrest of 22 year old Dominque Rittenhouse was aided by the victim finding the suspect’s […]

Congressman Flores Statement On Budget Vote

News release from Congressman Bill Flores of Bryan: WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Representative Bill Flores (R-Texas) issued the following statement regarding his vote against the FY 2015 Omnibus Appropriations bill: “After a careful review of the FY 2015 Omnibus Appropriations bill that was considered by the House of Representatives, I voted against the bill. “Even […]

Downtown Bryan Christmas Parade

Courtesy of Downtown Bryan Association The Downtown Bryan Christmas Parade will kick off at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, December 12th. The lighted parade will feature festive floats, organizations, music, and of course, Santa Claus! The parade will begin at 24th and Bryan St. heading south, turn on 28th, and head back up Main St.  A […]

Bryan Police Investigating Two Wednesday Night Armed Robberies

Bryan police responded to a pair of armed robberies in a 30 minute span Wednesday night. One involved gunfire. Police say a 25 year old man was taken to the hospital a gunshot wound that’s not believed to be life threatening. The victim was shot outside the I-Stop convenience store on College Main. The suspect […]

Pedestrian Hit in Northgate

A Texas A&M student is hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after she was struck by a car in Northgate early Thursday morning. College Station police report 20 year old Vaishnavi Narasimhan was hit in the intersection of University and College Main shortly after 2 a.m. The intersection reopened around 4 a.m. and the incident remains under […]

Texas Lottery Dropping Monopoly Game

News release from the Texas Lottery: The Texas Lottery announced today that it will suspend sales of the multi-state MONOPOLY MILLIONAIRES’ CLUB™ game following the drawing on Friday, Dec.12. Texas is one of 23 states participating in the game that was launched on Oct. 19. Sales for the game have not met the lottery industry’s […]

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