Bryan - College Station

Bryan Police released Top 10 Most Wanted list for January 2014

Bryan Police has released their Top 10 Most Wanted list for January of 2014.

Fireworks allowed this New Year's

With no burn bans in effect, fireworks are allowed this year but the College Station Fire Department has a warning for those wanting to celebrate 2014 with a light show.

Family of Kyle Field worker files lawsuit

The family of the man who fell to his death while working on Texas A&M's Kyle Field earlier this month has filed a lawsuit against construction companies in charge of the expansion project.

Texas A&M linebacker arrested on two drug charges

A freshman linebacker for Texas A&M has been suspended from the team and their upcoming bowl game after getting arrested for possession of drugs on Sunday.

College Station Fire Department getting new chief

Change is coming to the College Station Fire Department and it comes in the form of new leadership.

Man charged with possession of marijuana

A wanted, Bryan man turns himself into authorities after police find more than a pound and a half of pot at his house. We're told 27-year-old Adrian Castillo is facing possession of marijuana charges.

Man robs two at gunpoint walking in College Station

On December 17, 2013 around 9:00 p.m., Officers with the College Station Police Department responded to a report of an Aggravated Robbery in the 1400 block of Holik Drive.

Two break into Post Oak Mall

On December 18, 2013, at about 0203 hours officers of the College Station Police Department responded to Post Oak Mall in the 1500 blk of Harvey Road in regards to a report of a burglary that had just occurred.

Rafael Pena wins Bryan's run-off election

After a run-off election, the results are in and the city of Bryan has a new council member. Rafael Pena III won 62 percent of the votes Tuesday claiming the run-off election victory against Perry Stephney.

CSFD warns about the dangers of a live Christmas tree

The ornaments are hung and the lights have been added; it's a synonymous symbol of the holiday season but the College Station Fire Department warns that if you opt for a live pine tree, you run the risk of having your Christmas go up in fla