Bryan - College Station

College Station ranked as one of the top cities for a Work-Life balance

College Station has been recognized again as one of the best cities in the nation. NerdWallet has ranked College Station as the 7th best American city for work-life balance.

Bryan police looking for a pair of cell phone thieves

Bryan police are looking for 2 women connected to a theft at HEB. On June 28th a customers left his phone at the counter of the East Villa Maria HEB in Bryan, and 2 females made a purchase and took the phone.

College Station police looking for missing girl

College Station police are looking for a girl who was last seen Sunday morning. 14 year old Amber Le left a note saying that she had left and did not want to be found.

Bryan man arrested for dragging a dog down the highway

A Bryan man was arrested after he said he didn’t know that a dog was tied to his truck as he drove down the highway. Wualter Samano who has sense been released from custody is facing animal cruelty charges.

BTU educates the community of electrical hazards

Electric accidents account for about 1,000 deaths per year. Bryan Texas Utilities Powertown program is educating children and adults about power line safety.

Man arrested for punching 10-year-old girl and choking dog

A College Station man is behind bars after police say he hit a 10 year old girl in the face.

College Station smoke testing sewer system

College Station will be testing the sewer system for the next 3 weeks. The city started pumping smoke into sections of the sewer system north of University Drive and west of Texas Avenue today.

Brazos Valley Children’s Museum saying good-bye to current location

The Bryan municipal building has been through a lot of changes over the years going from a fire station to its current residents the Brazos Valley Children’s Museum, but the building is in for some new changes.

Bryan woman arrested after she tries to swollow meth

A Bryan woman was arrested after she tried to swallow a bag of meth.

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.