Bryan - College Station

Pair arrested after argument turns violent

College Station police arrested 2 men over the weekend after an argument on Holleman Drive. Adrian Verduzco and Grant Northcutt were arrested after the two attempted to force their way into an apartment.

BTU starting aerial inspections this week

Bryan Texas Utilities will begin its annual aerial inspections tomorrow. The inspection is part of a preventative maintenance program designed to enhance BTUs electric system reliability.

Seismic testing going on in North Bryan for the next few weeks

Seismic testing began in north Bryan today. The testing will be going on for the next 3 weeks. Boxes have been placed at locations around area to sense ground vibrations as the trucks test the area.

Bryan man arrested after assaulting an emergency room worker

An 18-year-old Bryan man is being held without bond after he assaulted an emergency room employee. Jose Reyes was a patient and tried to tackle an emergency room technician at St. Joseph Hospital as he ran from the hospital.

B-CS resident arrested for failing to register as a sex offender

A Bryan-College Station resident was arrested after he failed to register as a sex offender. Dominic Jackson has lived in the B-CS area for the last 8 months.

Bryan considering locations for new "Super Park"

After long discussion Bryan may be bringing a "super park" to town. The Bryan city council review plans for the possible park that could cost up to $20 million dollars.

Festival looking for steak cook-off teams and volunteers

The Texas Reds Festival is looking for steak cook-off teams and volunteers. The cook-off awards are cash prizes, and awards will go to the top 3 teams. The deadline for entry for the steak cook-off is Sept. 1st.

Bryan officials take Ice bucket challenge

The ALS ice bucket challenge made its way to Bryan city hall. Deputy City Managers Joey Dunn and Hugh Walker along with Public Works Director Jayson Barfknecht all got soaked for the cause.

Back to college shopping packing stores

College students are making their way back to the area. This week marks Texas A&M University’s move-in week .

Texas Hospital Association discuss program that could help provide Texans health coverage

The Texas Hospital Association held a townhall meeting at St. Joseph's today to talk about a program to help provide Texans health coverage. The program is called the Texas Way.