Bryan - College Station

A Night out in BCS will benefit West

More than a dozen local businesses participated in a community-wide profit share Wednesday to benefit West.

Pipe and tube manufacturing facility coming to Bryan

A new manufacturing facility is officially in the works after more than 15 months of searching for the perfect location.

City of College Station mourning the loss of their city manager

About one month into his new role as College Station's city manager, 49-year-old Frank Simpson, tragically passed away over the weekend from a heart attack.

College Station man breaks into ex-girlfriend's apartment

A College Station man finds himself in jail after police say he broke into his ex girlfriend's apartment and this isn't the first time.

Bryan couple arrested for stealing from employer

A Bryan couple is accused of stealing more than $200,000 over a two year period from their employer and a company they had partial ownership in.

A&M students plan "A Night Out in BCS" to benefit West

The Bryan-College Station community knows what it's like to lose several public servants in the line of duty.

Agreement reached, Brazos County construction debris landfill in the works

It's been an on-going battle for the past year ever since the Brushy community learned of Brazos Valley Recycling's plans to create a 111 foot high construction debris landfill in their backyard.

Man arrested for pulling gun, assaulting victim

A College Station man landed himself in jail Thursday after trying to pick a fight with others.

A&M student group donates $1 million to new engineering complex

It's by far the biggest student group donation in A&M history and probably one of the largest of its kind in the nation -- we're talking one million dollars.

College Main makeover nearing completion

Hundreds of students walk, bike or drive down College Main on a daily basis to get to campus. Now their commute to school is a lot easier and safer thanks to a $2.8 million makeover.