CS Council Updates New Police Department Layout

College Station city council members received an update at its meeting Monday night on the design process of the city’s new police station. One idea that will not be included is adding space for the administration of the fire department. Fire chief Eric Hurt says they work with police either on the streets or at […]

Arrests For 5th DWI’s, Using Credit Cards Belonging To Elderly Victims, & Huffing N20 Canisters

Recent drunk driving arrests includes two men with five prior DWI convictions. One was after Bryan police stopped a car at one in the morning on Highway 21 in front of the Brazos County Sheriff’s office that was driving at a slow rate of speed and with only the front fog lights on. The traffic […]

Three Arrested in Armed Robbery Outside CS Walmart

College Station Police announced three men have been arrested for an armed robbery that occurred outside┬áthe College Station Walmart on Monday night. On the way to the store, officers learned a handgun was displayed and pointed at the victim while stealing the victim’s cell phone. The suspects left the area in a green vehicle and […]

UPDATE: Bryan School Board Approves New Attendance Zones

Update: The Bryan school board voted 6-0 approving new attendance zones. John Street was absent due to a death in the family. The changes begin in the fall of 2017. District officials say the new boundaries will be imported into transportation routing computer software so that residents can plug in specific addresses and identify their […]

UPDATE: Driver Dies In Monday Morning Crash

Update: College Station police announced Monday evening the driver, 19 year old Callie Hardin of Somerville, died at a Houston hospital. Original story: A one vehicle accident shut down Highway 6 northbound lanes near the Texas Avenue exit this morning around 8 a.m. According to the College Station Police report, the driver of a maroon […]

Two Women And A Baby Survive A Fall From A Waco Bridge

WACO, Texas (AP) – Waco police say two women and a baby have survived falling about 30 feet from an Interstate 35 overpass after being hit by a vehicle during rainy weather. Sgt. W. Patrick Swanton says the infant suffered minor injuries in the fall after a traffic accident Monday. Police believe the mother holding […]

Texas A&M CIADM Assisting in Development of New Anthrax Vaccine

Under a task order issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Texas A&M Center for Innovation in Advanced Development and Manufacturing (CIADM) is working on a new anthrax vaccine candidate. The Texas A&M CIADM partnered with Altimmune, a company developing a third generation anthrax vaccine candidate called NasoShield. Dr. Gerald Parker, […]

Construction of New Roundabout Begins Monday

Monday starts the construction of Bryan’s latest roundabout, connecting a soon to open 490 unit apartment complex to the intersection of Nash and Broadmoor. The project also includes permanent traffic islands at Broadmoor and Trophy. Both the roundabout and concrete islands are to address the increased traffic that will be generated by the new apartments. […]

New Boat Ramp At Lake Bryan Opens Saturday

Six weeks ahead of schedule, the new boat ramp at Lake Bryan opens Saturday. David Werley of BTU, which owns Lake Bryan, complemented the contractor for finishing the ramp before the original completion date of July 1. The ramp was closed last December after the discovery of structural problems. Werley says there are no restrictions […]

Unlucky Friday The 13th For A Construction Worker On The Texas A&M Campus

Friday the 13th proved unlucky for a construction worker on the Texas A&M campus. On the site of the veterinary school expansion, university police lieutenant Allan Baron says a man was in the process of placing a pipe into a manhole when the pipe bounced back…knocking the man into the manhole. The victim was conscious […]

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