Six Injured In Two Vehicle Crash

Five children in a SUV were among those injured in a two vehicle crash Tuesday afternoon. Bryan police report the children were among nine people in a Tahoe involved in a collision with a car at the intersection of the southbound freeway frontage road and MLK. The SUV was going south and the car was […]

House Fire South Of Kurten

Multiple agencies responded to a house fire Tuesday morning during thunderstorm activity storms south of Kurten. Brazos County sheriff’s deputy Nathan Dennis says whether the fire started by a lightning strike is being investigated. There was heavy smoke damage but minimal fire damage at the home on Forsthoff Road, which is just off FM 2038 […]

Two Men Booked A Combined 95 Times In The Brazos County Jail

The 69th time a local man has been booked in the Brazos County jail in 30 years was the result of running a Bryan policeman off the road. According to the arrest report , the officer said he had to drive into the ditch on Waco Street to avoid being struck by a pickup driven […]

Principal At Bryan’s Bonham Elementary Is Retiring

There will be at least one new principal in the Bryan school district next year. 20 year Bonham elementary principal Ken Newbold has announced his retirement. Newbold has spent more than 26 years in Bryan ISD and more than 30 years in public education. Newbold started at Bonham in 1995 as assistant principal and was […]

Bryan Police Investigating Tire Slashings

Saturday morning did not start well for vehicle owners in the southwest corner of downtown Bryan. Police received reports from seven victims of tire slashings on South Sims, between Beck and Bryan Streets. A total of 11 tires on nine vehicles were cut. Total damage is estimated at more than $1,300 dollars.

Arrests For Assaulting A CS Policeman, Vehicle Burglary, Employee Theft, & Aggravated Assault Of Two People

A College Station policeman was beaten in Northgate last weekend. The officer was checked out by fire department EMT’s at the scene for minor injuries to his face, ribs, both hands, one of his elbows, and both of his knees. This was after the first of two Taser shots were fired when the suspect refused […]

Daytime Dorm Room Burglary & Attempted Sexual Assault At Texas A&M

From the Texas A&M police department’s Facebook page: On April 10, 2017, at approximately 11:20 a.m., the Texas A&M University Police Department (UPD) made contact with a female victim, regarding an alleged burglary with intent to commit sexual assault. The victim reported that during the early morning hours of April 8, 2017, she was awoken […]

Texas A&M’s Mays Business School Receives Largest Gift Ever

The single largest monetary commitment in the history of the Mays Business School at Texas A&M is coming from the founding family. The A&M Foundation has announced a ten year, $25 million dollar contribution from the foundation established by Lowry and Peggy Mays of San Antonio. The dean of the business school, Eli Jones, says […]

Community Foundation of the Brazos Valley Announces 2017 Tribute Luncheon Honorees

The 13th annual fundraiser to raise operating funds for the Community Foundation of the Brazos Valley (CFBV) will be held on April 24th. Foundation president Patricia Gerling says this year’s tribute luncheon honorees are Celia Goode-Haddock, Larry Hodges, and Gary Blair. Tickets for the luncheon, which celebrates philanthropy in the Brazos Valley, are available through […]

New Discoveries Made By Local Chapter Of The Sons Of Confederate Veterans

For more than 100 years, Brazos County has observed Confederate Memorial Day. According to a proclamation approved at the April 4th county commission meeting, April 26th is to give thanks for the unselfish service of those who fought during the Civil War so that future generations might live free and prosper and never repeat the […]

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