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Texas Health Officials Ask Feds To Restore Funding

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ Texas is asking the federal government to reverse course and fund a state-run women’s health program that excludes Planned Parenthood, an apparent test of the Trump administration over abortion policy. The state is seeking a waiver to restore millions of federal Medicaid dollars that were blocked under President Barack Obama in […]

Arrests For Multiple Driving Offenses, Violating Federal Probation & Another False Report

A Bryan man’s 34th trip to the Brazos County jail began with being pulled over for not using a turn signal. According to the arrest report from Bryan police, 59 year old Gregory Ross led an officer on a nine block, slow speed pursuit…from M-L-K and Sims to his house on Preston near 20th Street. […]

CS Animal Control Looking For A Dog That Bit An Apartment Resident

From College Station police: On 5/10/2017, the College Station Police Department received a report of a dog bite that happened in the 2200 block of Dartmouth around 2230 hours on 5/10/2017. The victim was walking back to their apartment when they observed a dog running towards them. The victim stopped walking, and the dog jumped […]

Mental Health Awareness Fundraising Luncheon

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Locally, NAMI Brazos Valley offers free support groups for individuals and family members who have experienced mental health issues. Julie Overstreet, Director of Outreach and Development, said the number one issue facing mental health is the stigma. “So many of us will have a mental illness in our lifetime. […]

Single Vehicle Crash In North Bryan Kills Mother & Hospitalizes Three Year Old Daughter

A single vehicle crash in north Bryan Mother’s Day morning killed the driver and hospitalized her three year old daughter. Police identified the driver as 22 year old Isabel Marie Castillo of Bryan. Her daughter is at a local hospital in stable condition. Around 8:30 Sunday morning, the vehicle went off Harvey Mitchell Parkway near […]

Apartments Coming to FM 60 & 2818 By The Aggie Field Of Honor Cemetery

A divided College Station city council has sided with the planning and zoning commission to allow the construction of apartments on the side of the Aggie Field of Honor cemetery facing FM 2818. The council’s 5-2 vote and the P&Z’s 6-0 endorsement followed a staff recommendation against the four story, 142 unit complex. The motion […]

Senator Cornyn On FBI Director Short List & Agrees To Not Speak At Texas Southern Commencement Following Student Protests

TRUMP-FBI-THE LATEST: Nearly a dozen among FBI director candidates WASHINGTON (AP) – President Donald Trump is considering nearly a dozen candidates to succeed ousted FBI Director James Comey, a group that includes several lawmakers, attorneys and law enforcement officials. White House officials say the list includes Texas Sen. John Cornyn, South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy, […]

UPDATE: Three Children Die And Three More Family Members Seriously Injured In House Fire Near Conroe

Update from the Montgomery County fire marshal’s office: An early morning fire in southern Montgomery County has claimed the lives of two brothers and their sister, ages 5-13, and left their 10 year old brother, their Grandfather and an Uncle seriously injured. In total 8 members of an extended family were asleep when fire broke […]

Bryan/College Station Metropolitan Planning Organization Public Meeting

The Bryan College Station Metropolitan Planning Organization is hosting a public meeting on Monday, May 15 to receive feedback on the Draft 2050 Major Thoroughfare Concept. Dan Rudge, Executive Director, said this is the third draft of the plan after taking nearly 2,000 comments into consideration after the first two drafts. “Our population is expected […]

College Station Council Approves Closing A Loophole To Protect Older Residential Neighborhoods

The College Station city council has unanimously approved closing a loophole in development regulations to protect older residential neighborhoods with owner-occupied homes from rental and multi-family housing. An amendment to the city’s Unified Development Ordinance corrects language from 2012 that inadvertently allowed new lots as small as 5,000 square feet in older residential neighborhoods. The […]

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