Bryan - College Station

Brazos Valley crime stoppers asking for help locating man

Brazos Valley crime stoppers is asking for the public’s help finding a man convicted of sexually assaulting a child. John Pelser was convicted in 2007 for sexually assaulting a 15 year old girl.

Texas A&M to unveil new 12th man statue

Texas A&M will be unveiling a new 12th Man statue outside of Kyle Field.   The original 12th man statue was a gift from the class of 1980. It has been moved to a site beside Rudder Fountain.

College Station woman arrested for threatening her husband

A College Station woman was arrested after she threatened her husband with a knife. Zaira Bayon was arrested last night after police were called to her home.

College Station Police investigate morning robbery

College Station police are looking for a man responsible for an early morning robbery.

St. Joseph breaks ground on major expansion

St. Joseph Hospital broke ground on a 21 million dollar expansion to its emergency and trauma center.

Bryan reserve police officer arrested for possession of child pornography

A 61-year-old Bryan reserve police officer has been arrested after investigators say they found pornographic photographs of two children on his phone.

Young entrepreneurs get opportunity to pitch start ups

Tomorrow 8 start ups will get to present their ideas in front of investors in Bryan.

College Station holding public hearings about school district rezoning

College Station began holding it’s public hearings about the school districts' rezoning, yesterday. The districts were last rezoned 4 years ago.

Thursday is Hunger Awareness Day

September is Hunger Action Month and this Thursday is Hunger Awareness Day. The Feeding America Network of Food Banks kicks off the month-long effort to turn the nation orange in support of hunger-relief.

Texas A&M announces partnership with Costco

Texas A&M has announced a new partnership with Costco for a Back to College Roadshow. The 20 participating locations will carry exclusive Aggie merchandise.