Bryan - College Station

College Station names new police chief

Scott McCollum has been named police chief for the City of College Station.

Brazos valley fair opens today

The Brazos Valley Fair and Expo is getting under way today. The Brazos Valley Expo Complex opened up to fair goes to day a 4.

Navasota man sentenced for College Station armed robberies

A Navasota man was sentenced after he pled guilty to the armed robbery of 2 College Station convenience stores in July of 2013.

2 men arrested for having sex with a child in College Station park

Two Houston men are in jail today after allegedly having sex with a child in a College Station dog park.

Local radio legend set to retire

A local radio legend is retiring at the end of the year. Roger W.W.W. Garrett has announced that on December 31st he will officially retire.

Bryan man sentenced for 2009 murder

A Bryan man has been sentenced for a 2009 shooting. Margarito Bustos has pled guilty to aggravated assault with a deadly weapon

Texas A&M student sent to hospital after ingesting sodium cyanide

A 20-year-old Texas A&M student is in critical condition after reportedly ingesting sodium cyanide.

No evidence of pets carrying Ebola

Nina Pham’s year-old Cavalier King Charles spaniel, Bentley has been quarantined in Dallas.

Bryan updating traffic signals

Some Bryan intersections are getting traffic light updates. The new signals will be installed in several intersections and will relay information back to the city to help them control traffic and timings.

Brazos county resident tests positive for West Nile

The Brazos County Health Department has confirmed the first human case of West Nile in Brazos county. The case has been classified as the West Nile Fever form which shows no evidence of neuroinvasion.