Bryan - College Station

CS Police say online ad leads to bust of woman for prostitution

An online advertisement soliciting customers for sex leads College Station police to bust another woman for prostitution.

Bryan PD arrests 61-year-old-man for aggravated robbery

UPDATE (4:45 p.m.):  Items found in the vehicle resembling a bomb turned out to be fake. The roadways are now open.  

St. Joseph designated as Level 2 trauma center

When a loved one is seriously injured in an accident you want them to have the best health care there is.

Construction worker killed Wednesday identified

We now know the name of a construction worker crushed by two shoring panels Wednesday afternoon.

Injured Bryan firefighters expected to come home Friday

Bryan Firefighters Ricky Mantey, Jr., and Mitch Moran are coming home! It is anticipated that both firefighters will return to Bryan on Friday, May 31.

Fmr TAMU mascot, Reveille VII, has died

Cadet General Reveille VII, the highest ranking member of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets, has died at the age of 12.

College Station construction worker crushed to death

A College Station construction worker is dead tonight after police say two shoring panels crushed him to death. Police say the accident happened just after 3:30 Wednesday afternoon in the 8800 block of Burgess Lane.

Bryan FD and Texas A&M Forest Service create "Wildfire Pre-Attack Plan"

It's a homeowners worst nightmare; years of memories and hard work up in flames because of a wildfire.

College Station approves three new loading zones for the Northgate District

It's been brewing ever since the pedestrian mall walkway in Northgate was completed this fall.

BCS Asian Market back open after closure

After a two week closure, the BCS Asian Market in College Station is finally back open for business.