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Caldwell man jailed, accused of stealing motorcycle
A Caldwell man remained in the Brazos County Jail late Thursday after authorities say he burglarized a building and stole a motorcycle. According to the Brazos County Sheriff's Department, deputies were called to the area of F.M. 1179 near the intersection of Steep Hollow Road around 4 p.m. Wednesda
Faith Calendar: Dec. 8
Ninth annual Community Christmas Concert, 7 p.m., The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 2815 Welsh Ave. in College Station. Featuring local and professional performers. Free admission. Please arrive early for parking and seating accommodations. Children aged 8 and older are welcome to att
Thousands pay respects as 4141 train carrying Pres. George H.W. Bush passes by
HOUSTON - Thousands of people lined railroad tracks from Houston to College Station on Thursday as the funeral train of former President George H.W. Bush traveled to his final resting place.
Bryan-College Station Sports and Events honored
Bryan-College Station Sports and Events has been recognized as a 2019 Readers' Choice Award winner from SportsEvents Media Group, the publisher of an industry magazine focused on sports event planners.
Rockdale toddler’s family calls for death penalty
ROCKDALE — Thomas Bond “can’t fathom a rationale that says a county can’t seek the death penalty” because of how much it costs, he told the Telegram. Bond is the uncle of 20-month-old Patricia Ann Rader — Annie — the little girl allegedly violently murdered by Shawn Vincent Boniello, 30, of Albuquer
Madisonville, Caldwell changing head football coaches
Former Madisonville head football coach Rusty Nail always had been interested in athletic administration. The end of this season seemed like the perfect time to pursue that interest, so he stepped aside as head football coach and will remain as the athletic director and facilities coordinator for th
Caldwell students invited to learn about STEM fields while stargazing
CALDWELL, Tex. (KBTX) - Students in Caldwell can see what astronomy and other STEM fields are about this weekend at a free event.
Service held in memory of missing toddler Hazana Anderson
Mourners filed into Callaway-Jones Funeral Home in Bryan on Saturday to honor the life of 21-month-old Hazana Anderson, who was reported missing from College Station in October.
Visitors from near and far flock to Bush Library as it reopens after president's burial
One day after former President George H. W. Bush's burial in College Station, people traveled from across the country to visit his presidential library on the Texas A&M campus.
Things to do this weekend around Bryan-College Station
Although the weather has dampened some plans around town, including the College Station Christmas in the Park, which has been canceled, there are still a lot of holiday happenings to check out. For more events, check out the online Events Calendar.
Secret Service closes security detail for ‘Timberwolf,’ the code name for George H.W. Bush
COLLEGE STATION, Texas – The security detail for “Timberwolf” is over after the 41st president of the United States was laid to rest. “Timberwolf’s Detail concluded at 0600 … with no incidents to report at the George Bush Presidential Library – College Station, Texas. God speed Former President Geor
PHOTOS: 4141 train carries President Bush to College Station
Thousands of people lined the route of the special funeral train that is taking President George H.W. Bush to his library in College Station where he'll be laid to rest. Thousands of Texans lined the route of the special funeral train that is taking President George H.W. Bush to his library in Colle
Rockdale family demands justice after death of 20-month-old baby
A Rockdale family is demanding justice after a child was allegedly beaten to death this week. Patricia Ann Rader was allegedly killed by 30-year-old Shawn Vincent Boniello while under his care Monday night. Rader was 20-months-old.
Remembering 41: Small town Texans relate to George H.W. Bush
BRYAN, Texas — This week, KHOU 11 News tracked President Bush’s journey across the United Stated where prominent people paid respect in large cities. Yes, the limelight is appropriate for a man who saved the world from the Axis Powers, held the nation’s highest office and gave graciously to the comm
Bush, president and servant-statesman, laid to rest
COLLEGE STATION, US: Former US president George H W Bush, remembered as much for his legacy of service as his impact on history, was buried Thursday, capping days of tribute from a nation that briefly set aside political divisions to honour him.
Navy Performs 21-Aircraft Flyover to Honor President George H.W. Bush
The US Navy paid tribute to President George H.W. Bush with a huge flyover at the former Navy aviator’s funeral in College Station, Texas, on Thursday, December 6. ABC News reported 21-aircraft performed a “missing man” manoeuvre during the flypast to salute the 41st President of the United States.
Former President George H.W. Bush’s casket has arrived for burial on the grounds of his presidential library
COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Former President George H.W. Bush’s casket has arrived for burial on the grounds of his presidential library . Copyright 2018 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Large fire reported in Rockdale
ROCKDALE — Logs to Lumber is on fire in Rockdale, according to the Rockdale Police Department. The Rockdale Volunteer Fire Department warned on Facebook for people to stay out of the area on East Cameron Avenue and called the fire “a large and dangerous structure fire.”
Fire destroys Rockdale furniture store
A wood furniture store in Rockdale was destroyed Thursday afternoon by a fire, officials said. According to Rockdale Volunteer Fire Department Chief Ward Roddam, numerous passers-by on U.S. 79 called 911 around 3:20 p.m. Thursday to report a business engulfed in flames. Firefighters from Rockdale an
College Station community salutes Bush 41 as he is laid to rest
COLLEGE STATION, Texas - Jets flew the country’s largest-ever missing man formation over President George H.W. Bush’s funeral procession in College Station Thursday. 1,600 members of the oldest, largest student organization in Texas, the Texas A&M University Corps of Cadets, saluted Bush 41’s hearse