Bryan - College Station

Brenham ISD considering 'Angel Guardian' program allowing guns in classrooms

We've all seen the headlines before; innocent students and teachers killed in school shootings. It's happened at Columbine, Newtown and just this week in Nevada.

Gov. Perry announces Texas A&M University Branch Campus in Israel

Gov. Rick Perry today announced the creation of the international branch of Texas A&M University at Nazareth - Peace Campus. Gov. Perry made the announcement with the President of Israel, Shimon Peres.

College Station Police looking for three armed robbers

An armored vehicle is robbed at gunpoint Monday and College Station Police are still looking for the people responsible. The armed robbery happened Monday afternoon just after 2:00 in the Bank of America parking lot.

Routine traffic stop lands Austin man in jail

A routine traffic stop lands an Austin man behind bars in College Station after police say they found a large amount of drugs in the car.

Police: man punches ER nurse after eating mushrooms

College Station Police say they arrested 22-year-old Robert Filloramo and charged him with assault on an emergency service personnel after he attacked a nurse in the emergency room.

BPD on the hunt for armed robber

On Wednesday at approximately 9:00 p.m., the Bryan Police Department responded to a robbery at a Chevron Station located at 2100 South College Avenue.

Brazos County Precinct 2, Place 2 justice of the peace abolished

It was a heated commissioners court meeting Tuesday morning as Brazos County Precinct 2, Place 2 justice of the peace, Judge Tommy Munoz, watched his elected position be dissolved in front of his eyes.

Man arrested for burglarizing neighbor's house

A College Station man is behind bars after police say he stole from his next door neighbor. Archie Townsend was arrested Sunday and charged with burglary of a habitation.

Government shut down is delaying College Station's 75 year anniversary exhibit

Fourteen days after the government shut down, the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum remains closed and it's causing some set backs for the city of College Station.

N. Graham Road in CS closed indefinitely because of rain

This weekend's storm caused more damage than good. North Graham Road, between the city limits and Old Wellborn Road, is shut down indefinitely after the rain caused a major washout in the roadway.