Bryan - College Station

Lick Creek nature center approved by CS council

After more than four years of controversy, the College Station city council finally approved a contract to build a nature center out at Lick Creek Park.

Police: Have you seen this man?

Crime Stoppers and the Brazos County Sheriff's Office needs your help finding a wanted man. Authorities say 31-year-old Tyree Newton, pictured here, is wanted on a felony theft charge.

A&M audit finds fees lack documentation

A recent audit at Texas A&M university shows the majority of $28 million dollars in course fees lack documentation to justify the charges.

Woman arrested for prostitution in College Station

For the second time in less than a week, College Station police have arrested someone for prostitution. Police say 27-year-old Ashley Layne Smith placed an add on "backpage.com" soliciting sexual services.

College Station's Rock Priarie Rd. closing for work

Heads up drivers: Starting Monday night at 9:00, Rock Prairie Road in College Station will be closed at the railroad crossing while Union Pacific performs some maintenance work.

Brazos County Health Department still investigating E. coli cases

While two little College Station boys, 4-year-old Jack and 18-month-old Noah Melton, continue to recover in a Houston hospital due to complications of the O157:H7 strand of E.

College Station accident leaves man in critical condition

A Bellville man is fighting for his life Friday in a College Station hospital. 24-year-old Scott Doughtery was thrown from his truck late last night during an accident near Barron Road and the Earl Rudder West feeder.

Bryan woman arrested for prostitution

A Bryan woman finds herself in jail after trying to sell her "services" online. College Station Police say 25-year-old Raquell Dye posted an advertisement online, using backpage.com, to solicit sex.

Expect traffic delays this weekend in BCS

If you have big plans this weekend for Mother's Day in Bryan-College Station, you're going to want to make sure you give yourself plenty of time to travel.

Aggies helping out Aggies forced to move

For those Aggies who live in the University Apartments; it's their home away from home.