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Texas Impacted By Federal Court Ruling on Obamacare

The Obama administration says health care subsidies will keep flowing despite a federal appeals court decision Tuesday morning that affects Texas and 35 other states who purchased their coverage through the federal marketplace. The two to one ruling from a panel in Washington D.C. states that Obamacare, as written, only allows insurance subsidies in states […]

Freeway Temporarily Closed After Stopped Car is Rear Ended

A crash Tuesday morning shortly before 10 shut down the north bound lanes of the Rudder Freeway at Emerald Parkway for 45 minutes. College Station police report a car that was stopped on the on-ramp was rear-ended by a pickup. The collision sent the car into the center median. The driver of the car was […]

Bryan School Board Formalizes $132 Million Bond Package Proposal

The Bryan school board has unanimously approved a $132 million bond election for this November. Replacements, expansions, and renovations are based on the board’s prior decision to realign grades. Elementary schools would become pre-kindergarten through fourth grade, intermediate schools would house fifth and sixth grade, and middle schools would serve seventh and eighth grades. $33.9 […]

Crash Involving Accused Drunk Driver Shuts Down CS Intersection

College Station police report two intersections along Longmire between Rock Prairie and Deacon were closed during the Monday afternoon commute due to a major crash. Investigators believe a SUV was headed north on Longmire when it left the roadway, veered to the right, went over a curb, down the sidewalk, and struck a light pole […]

Texas National Guard Troops Headed to the Border

Governor Perry announced Monday the deployment of up to 1,000 Texas National Guard troops to the border. Perry said “Operation Strong Safety” was to combat criminal activity along the border. Perry said state funding would pay for the $12 million dollar a month cost, adding he expects the federal government to reimburse the state. Click […]

Do You Know This Suspected Bicycle Thief?

Bryan police released a YouTube video Monday of a suspected bicycle thief. The theft took place June 14 at 6 a.m. in the 4300 block of Nagle. If you have any information about this case please contact Officer Dera at 979-209-5300 or ndera@bryantx.gov. Refer to case #14-0600652.

College Station Looking For More TAAF Participants

Monday update: UPDATED LIST OF CLOSING REGISTRATION DATES: • Archery-July 28 • Boxing-July 25 • Disc Golf-July 26 • Golf-July 21 • Skateboard-Aug. 1 • Soccer-July 25 • Tennis-July 28 Also note that some events have been removed from the games due to lower than expected statewide registration. Original story: There is still time to […]

Wastewater Spill in Bryan Blamed on Power Outage

Lightning and heavy rainfall Thursday night caused a power outage at Bryan’s Burton Creek wastewater treatment plant, which is located near the creek and University. Mark Jurica with the city of Bryan says during the 72 minute period, 600,000 gallons of wastewater was not treated. Jurica says cleanup will take several days as drainage points […]

Rudder Freeway Construction Update

As advertised, the latest segment of freeway construction will be completed before the start of the fall semester at Texas A&M. Bob Colwell at the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) district office in Bryan says weather permitting, the northbound onramp from Harvey Road and exit to University will open next Thursday (7/24). The following day […]

Bryan ISD Bond Issue Takes Officials to Merrill Green Stadium

Bryan school officials and their consulting architect were scheduled to spend Thursday afternoon at Merrill Green stadium, where a proposed bond issue now calls for $2.5 million dollars of improvements.   During a school board workshop on Wednesday, Superintendent Tommy Wallis said he organized the inspection after board member David Stasny asked why it would […]

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