Bryan - College Station

College Station shuts down oil recycling center after over 2 decades

After over two decades, College Station has closed its recycling center for used motor oil and filters. The station has collected over 45,000 gallons of used motor oil since it was established.

College Station Police investigating recent car burglaries

College Station Police are investigating a recent string of car burglaries. Nineteen vehicles have been burglarized and two vehicles have been stolen. Officers believe all of the incidents are connected.

McDonald's found liable for Blinn Student deaths

A Brazos County jury has found McDonald's liable for the 2012 deaths of two Blinn College students. The company has been ordered to pay $27 million in damages.

Houston man sentenced for Bryan bank robbery

A Brazos County jury sentenced a Houston man for a 2013 bank robbery in Bryan.

College Station police investigating 2013 sexual assault

College Station police are investigating a sexual assault of child. They received a report of an incident that occurred with a girl in December of 2013.

Former vice president released on parole after 4 years

Four years after being convicted for having over 65,000 images of child pornography, Gregg Barid is getting out on parole.

Bryan narrows list of possible locations for new skate parks

Bryan is moving forward with the process of selecting the location of its new skate parks. In May the city council approved a 1.2 million dollar contract with Grindline Skateparks to build the new parks.

College Station has new plan to deal with wildfires

After nearly two years of planning, the city of College Station has a plan to make first responders better equipped to fight wildfires.  

Bryan woman injured in Hit and Run

Bryan Police are investigating a hit and run accident that put a women in the hospital.   The woman was walking down Finfeather Road in Bryan when she was hit by a pickup truck.  

City of Bryan looking for Citizens to get involved

The city of Bryan has opportunities for residents to become involved in their city government.   The city is now accepting applications to fill openings on city boards, committees, and commissions.