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Body of Missing CS Man Found in Grimes County

A College Station man last seen September 3rd was found dead on Tuesday in western Grimes County. A news release from the Grimes County Sheriff’s Office states 30 officers from five agencies searched a densely wooded area southwest of Iola near the Navasota River. After the identity of 33 year old B.J. (Brandon Jackson) Hyatt […]

B/CS Gets Games of Texas in 2018 & 2019

Two months ago, 8,500 athletes and 20,000 spectators were in the twin cities for the week long Games of Texas. Last week, the Texas Amateur Athletic Federation held its annual conference. And Shannon Overby of the Convention and Visitors Bureau says the games are coming back in 2018 and 2019. Overby says credit goes to […]

Pink Alliance Debuts New BTHO Breast Cancer T-Shirts

The Pink Alliance breast cancer support and advocacy organization recently debuted this year’s Beat The Hell Outta Cancer t-shirt. Board members were at C.C. Creations to pick up a check for $2,200 dollars from last year’s t-shirt sales. This year’s shirts will go on sale Monday, September 29, at C.C. Creations Warehouse store on Holleman […]

Roommates Involved in Stabbing Outside CS Apartment Complex

A stabbing at a College Station apartment complex Tuesday night resulted in the victim being hospitalized with life threatening injuries and his roommate being arrested. Officers were sent to the Huntington apartments on Dartmouth south of Harvey, where an argument took place in the parking lot next to a dumpster where several men were drinking. […]

Rate of Economic Growth Slows in Most of Texas, Including B/CS

While the Texas economy continues to grow, federal figures show the rate of growth is slowing down. Statistics from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis were broken down by the Dallas Morning News. Click HERE to read the Dallas Morning News story. The gross domestic product…or the amount of goods and services produced…was measured in […]

Patrick & Staples Now On Same Side in Lt. Governor’s Race

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ The political arm of the Texas Oil and Gas Association is endorsing Republican lieutenant governor hopeful Dan Patrick _ a move that could be seen as burying the political hatchet. The association’s new president is former Patrick rival Todd Staples. Staples announced just five days ago that he was quitting his […]

CS Police Getting New Body Cameras and More Tasers

The College Station city council has approved purchasing body cameras for police officers on bicycles. Lt. Chris Perkins says they’re the size of a deck of cards that’s placed on the middle of the chest to record video and audio. The council approved the $40,000 dollar purchase of 16 body cameras and an additional 11 […]

Texas A&M to Become First International Partner in Yucatán Initiative

Last week, the Governor of the Mexican state of Yucatán was on the Texas A&M campus to sign an agreement expanding a program started this summer bringing students to College Station. At that time, the Governor also invited A&M to become the first international partner in Yucatán’s research consortium. Dr. Katherine Banks, the Dean of […]

CS Council Hears About City Hall Building Issues

Monday’s College Station city council’s meeting included hearing about plenty of problems with the city hall building. There was no discussion by the council on the findings by Internal Auditor Ty Elliott. City Hall dominated a city-wide review of facilities due to the scope of issues related to general liability, compliance with the Americans With […]

Two Escape Serious Injuries Following Rollover Crash in North Bryan

Bryan police report the driver and passenger in a SUV that rolled multiple times Monday night escaped life threatening injuries. Both were taken to St. Joseph Regional Health Center. The 19 year old passenger was treated and released and the 18 year old driver is in stable condition. The crash, on Texas Avenue north of […]

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