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College Station employee hit by car is recovering
Sept. 20 started out a normal day for Harold "Dendy" Brown. The 40-year-old commuted to College Station from his home in Gause -- something he's done for 16 years -- to work as a route manager for the city's public works department.
Bryan Police Department: Brenham man had tire theft tools
A Brenham man with a history of tire thefts was arrested early Thursday after authorities say he was found moving between vehicles in a Bryan neighborhood. According to Bryan police, officers were called to Althea Court around 2 a.m. Thursday after a caller saw a man wearing black clothes and carryi
Lady Ducks edge Hearne, move above .500
Buoyed by the return of Aubrie Sanchez, Violet Fields and Emma Chapman, the Taylor Lady Ducks had just enough hands on deck to outlast Class 2A Hearne 50-44 on Friday night. Taylor (8-7) fouled out three players, including Sanchez, in the final minutes, but still managed to keep the visiting Lady Ea
Local Girl Wins Nickelodeon $3000 Toy Shopping Spree
College Station 6-year-old Faith Moore was one of three entrants among 150,000 nation-wide who were picked at randon to win a $3000 toy shopping spree based on the Nick 90's iconic show "Toy Run". Nickelodeon and crew, including rising star JoJo Siwa who hosted the event, all came to the Bryan Wal M
Info sought in Bryan robbery
Bryan police are seeking the public's help in identifying two people believed to have been involved in a robbery on Tuesday. According to authorities, around 5 p.m., officers responded to the 1900 block of Pine Tree Drive. Residents of the home said they had been approached by two men posing as main
City Of Bryan Now Has Temporary Control Of Grandview Cemetery
The Bryan city council this week unanimously voted to take temporary control of the privately owned Grandview Cemetery, which has had no official ownership since 1972. A new non-profit organization is working on being legally recognized.
Five things to do this weekend around Bryan-College Station
This weekend there are several events to celebrate the holidays with the whole family, including local theater’s productions of A Christmas Carol, I’ll Be Home For Christmas and Seussical. There’s also a lighted Christmas parade and chances to visit Santa. For more events, visit the online Events Ca
Up To Half-Foot Of Snow Falls In West Texas
SWEETWATER, Texas (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — As much as 6 inches of snow has accumulated in parts of West Texas as a winter storm swirls over the area. The half-foot of snow on Thursday prompted state highway officials to close Texas Route 70 about 8 miles south of Sweetwater, about 180 miles west of Fort Wo
Lighted Christmas parade taking over Downtown Bryan Friday
Santa Claus is coming to town and he's riding in the annual Downtown Bryan Light Christmas Parade on Friday. The only lighted parade in Bryan-College Station will begin at 6:30 p.m.
College Station Police Department: Hotel worker held up in garage
A woman was robbed early Wednesday in a hotel garage in College Station, police said. According to College Station police, authorities were called to a hotel on University Drive East around 7 a.m. An employee of the hotel said she had parked inside the parking job for her shift and, as she was walki
Serial killer pleads guilty in Texas woman's 1994 death
DALLAS – A 78-year-old prisoner who says he killed about 90 people over nearly four decades as he moved around the country pleaded guilty to murder Thursday in the 1994 strangulation of a Texas woman.
VERIFY: 4141 George Bush Locomotive is stationed in Omaha, for now
HOUSTON - Watching the 4141 Locomotive carry President George H.W. Bush to his final resting place was a historic day for Texans. That’s why a KHOU 11 News viewer wanted to verify articles that say the special train will be located in Omaha, Neb., rather than Texas.
Officials: Baytown man stole truck
A Baytown man is accused of stealing a truck from a Papa John's in College Station late Tuesday. Officials say that Christopher McGowan, 29, took the truck from the parking lot of the restaurant on Rock Prairie Road around 11:30 p.m. and was located by police at a gas station in Navasota.
Texas A&M pledge dies after snorting Adderall, having seizures, autopsy report says
BRAZOS COUNTY, Texas — The medical examiner has released the cause of death for Texas A&M fraternity pledge Joseph Little. 18-year-old Little reportedly died of a stroke after having a series of seizures brought on by Adderall use.
Man gets 25 years for hitting woman
A Bryan man has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for assaulting his girlfriend, officials said. According to the Brazos County District Attorney's Office, Terrance Johnson, 38, was sentenced Friday by Judge Travis Bryan III.
College Station PD case ends at Navasota gas station
A case of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle that began in College Station ended in Navasota last night. College Station PD responded to a call around 11:30 pm last night in the College Station area about the unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. The victim said someone had stolen his maroon Dodge N
College Station police: Montgomery man entered sleeping women's apartments
College Station police used genetic testing and cellphone data to identify a Montgomery man believed to be connected to at least four instances where a woman has woken up and found a stranger in her bedroom.
Highway closed in Carlos following fatal accident
An accident in Grimes County left one person dead and another injured early Tuesday. Officials with the Texas Department of Public Safety said the accident involved a car and a pickup and happened around 8 a.m. on Texas 30, just east of County Road 190.
Bryan PD searching for attempted aggravated robbery suspects
BRYAN, Texas - Bryan Police Department officers are searching for two suspects after an attempted aggravated robbery. Officers received a call on Tuesday of an attempted aggravated robbery in the 2700 block of Flanagan Street. At least three suspects, some armed, contacted the homeowner and assault
Hearne non-profit preps for annual food drive
HEARNE, Tex. (KBTX) - Mark Hart spends every Monday bagging up food at Call for Help, a non-profit that works to feed and clothe Robertson County residents in need.