Bryan - College Station

Downtown Bryan receives coveted designation from the Texas Commission of the Arts

Downtown Bryan has been named one of the state’s newest Cultural Districts. The Downtown Bryan Association applied for the designation this summer with a 100 page application.

Bryan ISD launches website for Bond Election

Bryan ISD launched a new website for people to get information about the 132 million dollar bond before November's election.

College Station police looking for driver after hit and run

College Station police are looking for the driver of a black pickup truck that hit a Texas A&M student and kept going.

Texas A&M's 'First Lady of Aggieland' Reveille VIII to retire in 2015

Reveille VIII, who has faithfully served as the Texas A&M mascot, will formally retire following Final Review at the conclusion of the spring 2015 semester or upon selection of her successor.

Reveille VIII to retire

Texas A&M interim president, Mark A. Hussey, has announced that this football season will be Reveille VIII”s last.

Austin Police officer suspended after being arrested in College Station

An Austin Police officer was suspended after he was arrested for public urination in College Station, Texas.

College Station Police investigating dog attacks

College Station Police are investigating a pair of dog attacks.

Bryan/College Station Habitat for Humanity celebrates 25th anniversary

Habitat for Humanity in Bryan/College Station is celebrating its 25th anniversary. Since 1989 the BCS Habitat for Humanity has helped to provide many low income families with affordable housing.

College Station Adopt a Street program recognized by the Brazos Valley Council of governments

The College Station Adopt a Street program received an award from the Brazos Valley Council of governments.

Bryan man sentenced to 14 years for defrauding more than $3 million dollars

A Bryan man has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for his role in a scheme that defrauded more than $3 million out of automobile insurance companies.