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Two Men Arrested For Leaving Two Children Inside Hot and Locked Car

HITCHCOCK, Texas (AP) _ Two men have been arrested after police say they left two children inside a locked car for about 30 minutes outside a Texas gas station. The Galveston County Daily News reports (http://bit.ly/Usqc7H ) 26-year-old Chase Everett Jackson and 20-year-old Jamaree Holmes were arrested Thursday in Hitchcock. They’re each charged with one […]

Update on City Council and School Board Politics

Thursday afternoon update (7/24): Filing Thursday for College Station school board is Michael Schaefer, who is seeking the place six seat now held by Kimberly McAdams, who is seeking re-election. August 18th is the filling deadline for school board and city council seats. Monday evening update: Bryan school board member John Street says he has […]

Two Armed Robberies in Three Nights at a Bryan Apartment Complex

Bryan police investigators are looking for suspects in two armed robberies over a three night period this week at Reveille Ranch apartments on Wellborn Road. The victims, both men in their 20′s, were not hurt. On Monday night around 11, the victim says he was approached by one black male in the parking lot. The […]

Twin Cities Move Up Again in Forbes Small Cities National Rankings

Bryan/College Station continues to rise in Forbes Magazine national list of best small places for businesses and careers. Click HERE to read the Forbes online article. B/CS is second this year, up from fifth last year, sixth in 2012, and ninth in 2011. The rankings are among metro areas with populations under 250,000. In Texas, […]

40 Times in Jail and Passing Fake $20′s at a Local Drive Thru

A Bryan man has been booked into the Brazos County jail for the 40th time. Online jail records show the first arrest for James Oliver Jr. was in September 1991. The latest was Monday night, when a Bryan policeman stopped a car for making a right turn without using a turn signal. According to the […]

Problems With Arizona Execution Won’t Change Texas Plans

HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) _ Texas prison officials say they plan no changes in lethal injection procedures in the wake of problems with an execution in Arizona. Unlike Arizona, which used a two-drug protocol of midazolam and the painkiller hydromorphone for an execution Wednesday that took two hours, Texas uses a single dose of the sedative […]

Texan Gets Measles at Kansas Softball Tournament

FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — A Texan has been diagnosed with measles after attending a softball tournament in Kansas where health officials later warned of possible exposure to the virus. Tarrant County Public Health officials in Fort Worth on Wednesday announced a resident tested positive for measles after traveling outside Texas. Texas Department of State […]

Maverick 102.7 Coming to the Bryan Broadcasting Family

A new member of the Bryan Broadcasting family debuts about a month from now. Vice President and General Manager Ben Downs says Maverick 102.7 will feature country music that he describes as “Straight ahead Nashville…we’re gonna play the hits.” Maverick will also have similarities with its Bryan Broadcasting partner stations, featuring public service and a […]

Wednesday Morning Wrecks Shut Down B/CS Streets

A couple of major streets have been shut down Wednesday morning due to crashes. Near downtown Bryan, Texas and Martin Luther King was closed due after the driver of a disabled vehicle got out and he was struck by a truck. The victim is listed in stable condition at St. Joseph’s after receiving serious injuries. […]

“Ridiculous” and “Offensive” Comments Traded Between Sen. Cruz and the State Department

WASHINGTON (AP) _ Republican Sen. Ted Cruz is questioning whether President Barack Obama used a federal agency to impose an economic boycott on Israel after the Federal Aviation Administration banned U.S. airline flights to Tel Aviv because of safety concerns amid fighting between Israel and Hamas. Cruz raised a series of questions about the FAA […]

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