College Station Police Make Two Drug Busts

College Station police seized multiple quantities of illegal drugs during recent arrests at two apartment complexes. A Pearland man, 21 year old Nicholas Kindla, is out of jail after posting bonds of more than $160,000 dollars. That follows the execution of a search warrant of his apartment at The Woodlands on Harvey Mitchell Parkway. Officers […]

Days Away From Starting The Fifth Brazos Valley Fair

The end of next week is the start of the fifth Brazos Valley Fair. General Manager Tom Quarles says expanded entertainment choices includes a larger ranch rodeo. Quarles also says the children’s ag-land area has been expanded to keep up with the demand. More to do for fairgoers means more volunteer opportunities. There is no […]

Easterwood Airport Construction Update

The company that manages Easterwood Airport for the Texas A&M System has checked off another box towards financing improvements benefiting private, corporate, and military aircraft. John Clanton at Astin Aviation says the county has no financial obligation to the bond issue that features a new 40,000 square foot hangar. Last week, county commissioners certified that […]

One Charged, One Convicted From Bryan Child Injury Case

Last November, Bryan police was alerted to an infant flown to a hospital in Austin for treatment of a fractured skull and other injuries to her head and liver. The baby’s mother has been convicted of allowing her daughter to be in the father’s care without her supervision. 25 year old Markisha Burton was sentenced […]

Houston Dentist Shoots A Flasher

HOUSTON (AP) _ Police say a man is hospitalized after a Houston dentist shot him after the man exposed himself to him and his employees and chased them from the office. The incident happened about 1 p.m. Tuesday at the office just off Interstate 45 in southeastern Houston, about 2 miles north of Hobby Airport. […]

Longview High School Librarian Suspended For Using Trump-Clinton Cutouts With Modified Campaign Comments

LONGVIEW, Texas (AP) _ An East Texas school librarian has been suspended after posting life-size cutouts of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton and adding modified campaign comments that some patrons found offensive. Trustees of the Longview Independent School District on Monday night suspended the Longview High School librarian for two days without pay. The Longview […]

Cookie Dough Provider Action Expands Blue Bell Recall

From Blue Bell’s website: Blue Bell Ice Cream is voluntarily recalling all products that were made with a cookie dough ingredient supplied by a third party supplier Aspen Hills, Inc., due to the potential for them to contain Listeria monocytogenes. Listeria monocytogenes can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly […]

Road Rage Arrest At Texas & Harvey

College Station police made an arrest following a road rage incident Monday afternoon at Texas and Harvey. A woman who was struck by a pickup during an argument after she attempted an illegal U-turn was taken to the hospital with injuries not believed to be life threatening. College Station police arrested the driver of the […]

DPS Trooper Helps Deliver A Baby West Of College Station

From the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) office in Bryan: A Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Trooper, on Saturday morning, helped deliver a baby boy in Burleson County. At approximately 10.15 a.m., Burleson County Sheriff’s Office dispatchers received a call reporting a woman was in labor. The call taker was asked to send […]

Arrests For Selling Counterfeit Tickets, Drugs In A Bar Bathroom, Violating A Protection Order, And Assaulting Two Detention Officers

Texas A&M police issued warnings on social media before Saturday’s football game about people selling counterfeit tickets. A UPD plainclothes officer arrested one man, 33 year old William Gerard Brown of Atlanta Georgia, who according to the arrest report was selling five tickets that were missing identifiable marks. UPD also received reports from several victims […]

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