Bryan - College Station

Bryan man arrested for strangling and threatening a woman with a knife

Bryan police arrested a man accused of strangling and threatening a woman with a knife.

College Station man arrested for spitting on EMS worker

A College Station man was arrested over the weekend after he spit on a medic while at the hospital. Alec Hatfield was taken to the hospital by ambulance from the Northgate area.

PETA asks for 10 foot memorial in Bryan

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, better known as PETA, is trying to get a roadside memorial approved to honor chickens that died in a rollover accident in Bryan.

Texas A&M Joint Library project shelves filling ahead of schedule

As books are being cleared off shelves, they must find a new home and for many books in Texas that home is the Joint Library Facility thanks to a collaboration between the Texas A&M University system and the University of Texas system.

College Station woman bit by dog while jogging

College Station Animal Control is looking for a pair of dog and their owner after a woman was bitten while she was out jogging.

Bryan cyclist injured during Hit and Run

A Bryan man is recovering at home after he was hit by a vehilce Monday morning while he was out cycling. The incident happened near the intersection of Old Reliance Rd. and Carrabba Rd. before 9 am.

Bryan teen arrested for April shooting

A Bryan teen has been arrested in connection with an April shooting that left one man injured. Daquandrance [Da-quan-dr-ince] Bell is believed to have shot a man in the back on Martin Luther King Street.

College Station putting together citizen committee for 2015 ballot

College Station is looking for citizens to get involved with its newly approved Bond Committee.

Man sentenced to life for 2011 murder

A Bryan man will spend the rest of his life behind bars for the murder of an 18-year-old. Eugene Jenkins was found guilty of capital murder.

Texas A&M students lose $17,000 buying fake airline tickets

Sixteen students at Texas A&M were scammed out of $17,000 dollars after they bought fake airline tickets. The students purchased the tickets from an on-line travel company known as Jasmine Travel.