Bicyclist Not Injured After Being Struck In College Station

A bicyclist was not injured after being struck Monday just before noon at Texas and Harvey Mitchell in College Station. Witnesses told College Station police the bicyclist and vehicle were…

Congressman Flores Announces Dates Of Two Technology Town Hall Meetings

News release from Congressman Bill Flores: In keeping with his longstanding tradition of holding multiple town hall events throughout the year, U.S. Representative Bill Flores (R-Texas) announced the details of…

Two Sexual Assault Victims Agree With Punishment In One Brazos County Plea And Conviction

Photo of Bill Vehrs III from https://jailsearch.brazoscountytx.gov/JailSearch/default.aspx There’s a plea agreement in one of two sexual assault cases filed in Brazos County involving a man from north of San Antonio.…

Two Arrests 15 Months After Stolen Guns Were Recovered

In August of last year, Bryan police received a report of an apartment burglary where $13,000 dollars of guns were stolen. 15 hours after the theft was reported, undercover officers…

CS Police Looking For Truck That Struck Pedestrians In Northgate

From College Station police: On 11/19/17, Officers with the College Station Police Department responded to a report of a vehicle crash involving a pedestrian in the 100 block of University…

Crestview has annual 'Fabulous Fall Fashions' show

The Crestview Volunteers had their annual style show Oct. 10, with “Fabulous Fall Fashions.” Models were, from left, Linda Johnson, Kay McWhorter, Sallye Henderson, Dorothy James, Frances Whitson, Angela McCorkle,…

Edward Scamardo named commended student

Mumford High School student Edward Scamardo was recently named a commended student in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. Superintendent Pete J. Bienski Jr. presented Scamardo with a letter of…

Craft Corner: Dress up old boxes for storage and decluttering

Over the years, things have become casual. Have you noticed the trend? Dressing up happens less and less, formalities are forgotten and dinner time is often fast food not china…

Brazos Christian students and teachers volunteer

High school students and teachers from Brazos Christian School recently spent a day in the community serving others as part of the school’s focus on humble service. Teachers stuffed bags…

Kyle Salmon presents program at Bryan Evening Lions Club

Kyle Salmon of S.O.S. Ministries receives a certificate of appreciation from Larry Ermis, secretary of the Bryan Evening Lions Club. Source: The Eagle Culture & Lifestyle

Human Remains Found In College Station

From College Station police: On November 18, 2017 at approximately 8:25 AM the College Station Police Department, as a part of an on-going investigation involving a missing person, with assistance…

College Station School Board Approves District Of Innovation Plan

Ten recommendations for the College Station school district to take local control of what are now state laws have been approved by the school board. The action to become a…

Bryan City Council Sorts Out Naming Member To The BCAD Board Of Directors

Business at one of the Bryan city council’s six meetings this week included what is typically a routine appointment to the Brazos Central Appraisal District (BCAD) board of directors. When…

Recapping Arrests Of Four More Local Repeat Offenders

Bryan police officers were sent at three in the morning to the parking lot of an office building off Briarcrest near the freeway, about a block east of Stripes, on…

Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission Joins The Investigation Of The Death Of A Texas State Fraternity Pledge

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ State alcohol regulators have opened an investigation into the death of a Texas State University fraternity pledge after an initiation ritual. The university about 50 miles…

Bryan Council Learns Of Two New Eastside Business Developments

This week’s Bryan city council meeting included information about two eastside businesses. Deputy city manager Hugh Walker reported a site plan was submitted by those building a Hooters restaurant in…

Texas Democratic Party Megadonor Steve Mostyn Has Died

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ Democratic mega donor Steve Mostyn, a powerful Texas trial lawyer and prominent backer of liberal causes and candidates, has died after what his wife called “a…

One Month To Go For Employees In The Texas A&M System To Learn Their New Payroll And HR System

For the first time in 35 years, the more than 10,000 employees at Texas A&M and more than 26,000 throughout the A&M system are dealing with a new way to…

Bryan School Board Begins Discussion Of How To Comply With The State’s New School Bus Seat Belt Law

This week’s Bryan school board meeting included the first discussion of addressing the increased cost of running buses. That’s after the legislature passed Senate Bill 693, which requires seat belts…

Deadline Approaching To Enter 91st B/CS Christmas Parade

A reminder that the deadline to register for the 91st Bryan/College Station Christmas parade is Friday at 5 p.m. Those who participate in the B/CS parade the afternoon of Sunday,…