Bryan - College Station

CSPD looking for man responsible for armed robbery

A College Station man is robbed at gunpoint and police say they're still looking for the man responsible. It happened in the 1600 block of Southwest Parkway Sunday night just after 11:00.

2nd annual Brazos Valley Bowl kicks off Saturday

For the second time two national junior college football teams are about to face off on the grid iron in Bryan-College Station in the Brazos Valley Bowl.

Former Brazos County constable sentenced

The former Brazos County constable's deputy accused of kidnapping and attempted sexual assault pleaded guilty Friday.

Man accused of sexually assaulting teen facing new charges

The man police say is responsible for raping a 14-year-old College Station teen at gunpoint last month is now facing new charges for a similar crime.

Investigation into Kyle Field construction worker's death continues

The investigation continues into how a contracted construction worker fell four stories to his death at Kyle Field Tuesday.

Construction worker falls to death at Kyle Field

A construction worker falls to his death at Kyle Field.

Former Bryan Mayor passes away

Former Bryan Mayor Lonnie Stabler passed away this morning following a brief illness.

St. Joseph to build new emergency and trauma center

After being designated the region’s highest level trauma center, St. Joseph Health System is now investing more than $20 million into a new facility to house our trauma program. Called the St.

Gov. Perry presents cognizant STEM grant to Texas A&M

Gov. Rick Perry today joined Gordon Coburn, president of Cognizant, to present the company’s $150,000 science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) grant to Texas A&M University.

Traditions building world's largest gingerbread house

What do you get when you mix 11,000 pounds of gingerbread with 2,300 pounds of candy? Well, it's the world's largest gingerbread house and it's being built right here in Bryan.