No Parking Zones Approved By CS Council

Three sets of no parking zones were approved at the last College Station city council meeting. The council approved a variety of traffic restrictions around the new Spring Creek elementary school. There will be no parking, standing, and stopping along streets in the school zone, as requested by College Station ISD officials. Councilwoman Blanche Brick […]

College Station Man Dies in Car Accident

A College Station man is dead after his car went off a bridge into the Brazos River shortly before noon on Thursday. Travis Michael Greene, 35, was driving at a high rate of speed eastbound on FM 413 in Falls County said Trooper DL Wilson. “For some unknown reason, approaching the bridge over the Brazos […]

FEMA Deadline For Texans Affected by Storms

Texans have until Thursday, August 27th to register with FEMA for financial assistance if they were affected by the early summer storms and flooding. The deadline applies to people who had damage between May 4th and June 22nd said spokesman John Mills. “The money can be used for home repairs, rental assistance, to live somewhere […]

The Swon Brothers to Perform at Texas A&M

Courtesy of MSC Opas MSC OPAS ANNOUNCES CONCERT FOR 2015-16 SEASON THE SWON BROTHERS Friday, October 9 (7:30 PM) • Rudder Auditorium at Texas A&M University COLLEGE STATION, TX: THE SWON BROTHERS, the 2014 CMA Vocal Duo of the Year nominees best known for their chart-topping songs “Later On,” “I Can’t Tell You Why,” “Turn […]

B/CS Chamber Hosts State Lawmakers At Its Economic Outlook Briefing

State lawmakers representing Brazos County spoke to 250 attendees Thursday at the Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce economic outlook briefing. Senator Charles Schwertner and Representatives John Raney and Kyle Kacal responded to a variety of topics from moderator Scott DeLucia of WTAW Radio. The list of topics included water rights, public education, Texas A&M, Blinn […]

CSPD Make Two Arrests Following Shoplifting Nearly $5,500 Of Clothing

Loss prevention employees at the College Station Sears store caught two people shoplifting nearly $5,500 dollars of clothing. According to the arrest report from College Station police, 50 year old Iris Valle and 32 year old Guillermo Urbina of Houston took 63 pairs of jeans last week, valued at $3,700 dollars…and they were caught Wednesday […]

UPDATE: Community Service Announced For Retired College Station Firefighter Bart Humphreys

Thursday update: College Station Fire Chief Eric Hurt has announced there will be a public celebration of Bart Humphreys’ life the morning of August 29. According to family members, the program will start at 11 a.m. at the TEEX Brayton Fire Training School, located at 1595 Nuclear Science Road in College Station. The service will […]

Former Washington County Jailer Convicted of Assaulting Inmate

BRENHAM, Texas (AP) _ A man has been found guilty of official oppression in the assault of an inmate while he was a Washington County jailer in 2013. KHOU-TV reports Christopher Kulow was convicted Wednesday for the incident. Prosecutors say an inmate filed a complaint in 2013 stating Kulow assaulted him. Authorities say a surveillance […]

Fatal Shooting Outside Another Texas Twin Peaks Restaurant

WEBSTER, Texas (AP) _ Police say one man has been fatally shot and another wounded when they were attacked while in the parking lot of a Houston-area restaurant. Webster police say the gunfire happened late Wednesday night during an argument outside a Twin Peaks restaurant. Police questioned several people following the shootings. Investigators did not […]

Storms Cause Problems Near Houston and Dallas

HOUSTON (AP) _ Lightning strikes have been blamed for a refinery fire near Houston and an oil storage tank blaze along the Gulf of Mexico. Emergency responders say nobody was hurt in either fire Thursday as storms rolled through parts of Texas. CenterPoint Energy reported about 14,000 customers in the Houston area without electricity amid […]

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