Bryan - College Station

Texas A&M research using special foams to treat aneurysms

Texas, June 10, 2013 – An innovative method for treating potentially fatal brain aneurysms by filling them with foam-like plastics is a step closer to clinical trials after demonstrating an ability to promote healing at unprecedented leve

Two Brazos County officers hit by alleged drunk driver

Two officers are lucky to escape serious injury after their patrol unit was hit by an accused drunk driver.

2013 Texas Reds Festival to be dedicated to Bryan firefighters

The Bryan-College Station community definitely loves their first responders and they're finding another way to help out the firefighters and their families affected from the Knights of Columbus Hall blaze in February.

Man arrested for pulling knife on off-duty officer

An off-duty police officer gets a knife pulled on him while trying to help stop a fight over the weekend. Police say Curtis Hamlin was arguing with a woman Saturday when an off-duty police officer tried to intervene.

Bryan man gets 30 years for sexually assaulting a child

A young child and her family can sleep a little easier now knowing the man who sexually assaulted her last year will spend the next 30 years behind bars.

City considering allowing tattoo shops in downtown Bryan

If you walk down Main Street in downtown Bryan you'll see local shops, bars and restaurants. One business you won't see though?

Two CSPD detectives given state valor award

Two of College Station's finest were honored Thursday by the state.

BCS celebrates Juneteenth with 11th annual Freedom Walk

148 years ago General Granger rode into Texas to enforce the Emancipation Proclamation more than two and a half years after it was signed.

President George Bush turns 89

Happy birthday President Bush! Today the 41st President turns 89 and while Mr. Bush spent his time in Kennebunkport, Maine with his family, that didn't stop people from celebrating in College Station.

2 Bryan men honored for saving woman from burning car

Two local Bryan men were honored at Tuesday night's city council meeting for their heroic acts last month.