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Georgia man sentenced in scam has no past links to city of Bryan

A Georgia man who has been sentenced to federal prison for a scam that cost the city of Bryan nearly $800,000 did not have any previous connection to the city, a spokeswoman said Wednesday.


Bryan police: Two men arrested after attacking man in bar fight

Two men were arrested over the weekend after police said they attacked a man during a bar fight. According to Bryan police, authorities were called just after midnight Saturday to the Billar El Tapatio bar on William J. Bryan Parkway, where a fight had broken out in the parking lot. A man with signi


City Of Bryan To Receive Nearly $800,000 In Restitution After Paying Bills To A Fake Vendor

Bryan’s mayor thanks police and the FBI for recovering two-thirds of almost $800,000 dollars taken by a bogus vendor. Andrew Nelson, speaking on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs, says since the fraud was detected, there’s been a full investigation of city procedures.


Soak in the sun today? Hope so. Clouds, rain & a chill return Thursday

BRYAN, Tex. (KBTX) - Once sunshine took over Wednesday, thermometers across the Brazos Valley responded. Hopefully you were able to soak some of it in. Clouds, rain, and chilly weather returns Thursday.


Broken fountain in front of La Salle Hotel in Downtown Bryan restored

BRYAN, Tex. (KBTX) - The courtyard fountain in front of the La Salle Hotel was turned back on Wednesday after some repairs to its plumbing and electrical systems. Bobby Gutierrez with House of Tires and the hotel wanted to see the fountain back on. With the help of Brad Gause of JBG Plumbing and Eli


Bryan felon faces firearm, drug charges following home search

A convicted felon from Bryan was arrested last week and charged with possessing a handgun and dealing more than 200 grams of cannabis oil via vape cartridges, authorities said.


Two arrested in connection to theft of Boy Scouts of America trailer, authorities say

Two people were arrested Monday after authorities said they stole a trailer belonging to the Boy Scouts of America. Kendra Nicole Wiggins, 33, also faces drug charges. According to College Station police, authorities were called to the 200 block of Harvard Court on Monday morning after a witness sai


Bryan’s The Theatre Company presenting ‘My Fair Lady’

It seems lately the rains stays mainly on Bryan and College Station, but in Spain the rain “falls mainly on the plain.” At least that’s what Eliza Doolittle tells the audience in Lerner and Loewe’s beloved My Fair Lady. Area residents will have a chance to hear that particular weather report for the


North Texas Murder Suspect Released From Jail To Have Surgery

PALO PINTO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – A 29-year-old murder suspect, who at six-feet-six inches tall goes by the nickname “Too Tall,” turned out to be too expensive to keep in jail.


College Station homeowner hopes security video will lead to theft arrest

COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (KBTX) – Security cameras are proving to be a very valuable tool in the fight against crime. A College Station homeowner is hoping his camera investment pays off by sharing video online of a recent theft at his home.


College Station apartment residents left without hot water for days

COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (KBTX) - Several residents at a College Station apartment complex say they’ve been without hot water for nearly a week. Wednesday evening, complex management told KBTX the issue was being addressed. However, one of those residents says it’s too little too late.


Sheriff's Office seeks person of interest in burglary

BRYAN, Texas — Investigators in Brazos County are looking for Lacie Hargraves, a person of interest in a recent burglary. According to the Sheriff's Office, they believe Hargraves was in the area of FM2223 and FM974, 1 mile east of State Highway 6, on or around February 17th, 2019.


Texas A&M Bands and Orchestras concert tickets on sale

COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (KBTX) - The Texas A&M Orchestras and Bands are showcasing their music during several concerts. All of the concerts will take place at Rudder Theater. The University Orchestras Concert is February 23 at 2:00 p.m.


Texas Man Charged in Stabbing Death of 2-Year-Old Daughter

A Southeast Texas man is jailed on a capital murder charge after his 2-year-old daughter was found stabbed to death at their home. An Orange Police Department spokesman said the officers went to the home shortly after 11 a.m. Tuesday after a neighbor had reported a child had been killed. Police Capt


Could marijuana law reform come to Texas this year?

HOUSTON — Decriminalizing pot possession, expanding medical marijuana, and regulating hemp production could all be on the horizon for Texas. Those are among the ideas in nearly 30 marijuana-related bills state lawmakers have filed in the 2019 legislative session.


Texas woman says 10-year-old granddaughter's organs may have been harvested without permission

LUBBOCK. Texas -- A grandmother in Lubbock says she has a lot of questions after she found out doctors may have harvested her 10-year-old granddaughter's organs without permission.


Texas nurse injured in elevator accident now awake, mouths 'I love you' to family

FORT WORTH, Texas — The nurse injured in an elevator accident at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth is now out of intensive care and conscious, her attorney told WFAA on Wednesday.


Texas teen taking selfie tumbles from bridge

DALLAS, Texas (KWTX) A Texas teenager who fell 50-feet while trying to take a selfie from a towering bridge is lucky to be alive. Triston Bailey, 18, has spent the last four months recovering from injuries he suffered in a fall from the Margaret McDermott Bridge in Dallas.


Texas landowner sues over Trump's border wall plans: "It means everything to me"

The Trump administration faces new legal challenges over the national emergency declaration to pay for a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border after the American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit Tuesday. A group of 16 states filed a separate suit Monday that called the emergency declaration unconstitu


Spring’s approaching and snakes are on the move in Central Texas

(KWTX) Spring is approaching in Central Texas, snakes are on the move and Texas A&M Associate Professor of Veterinary Medicine Dr. Jill Heatley says that’s bad news for people and pets.