Bryan - College Station

Man sentenced in brother's murder

The man accused of shooting his brother to death along Highway 21 in Brazos County last March is sentenced to life in prison.

A&M, UT open joint library facility in College Station

It's a sight you normally don't see unless it's game day but Friday the orange and white and maroon and white came together not because of a sports rivalry but for a much friendlier reason.

Bryan couple blames flat tire for public nakedness

A Bryan officer on routine patrol says he caught a couple in a compromising situation Thursday. Police say 23-year-old Brittany McCartney was spotted by a patrol officer naked picking up her clothes in front of a truck.

Police: Bryan man arrested for sexual assault of a child

After a four month long investigation police say a Bryan father now sits behind bars for sexually assaulting a child. Police arrested 33-year-old Martin Espitia overnight Thursday.

Several Bryan-College intersections will be closed Friday

A traffic alert this weekend for Bryan-College Station drivers; several railroad intersections will be closed through the night while Union Pacific crews do scheduled routine maintenance at the crossings.

New traffic signal in Bryan goes live

If you drove around Bryan Thursday you may have noticed a new traffic light. Last week we told you about several new signal upgrades along Briarcrest Drive; Thursday construction crews turned some of them on for the first time.

College Station reviews water master plan

With new development popping up left and right in the Northgate District, the big question is now, will there be enough water to service everyone? About five years ago the city updated and tweaked their water master plan.

College Station hires help to assist with city manager's workload

In the weeks following the sudden and tragic death of College Station city manager, Frank Simpson, the city has brought in temporary assistance to help handle the workload.

18-wheeler accident causes road closure and power outage

An 18-wheeler caused quite the headache in Bryan on Wednesday after it hit an electrical pole. The accident happened just before 9:00 on South College when an 18-wheeler carrying diesel fuel struck an electrical pole.

E. Coli outbreak traced to College Station Mexican restaurant

Tracking the source of a potentially deadly strand of e. Coli hasn't been easy but it's a case the Brazos County Health Department has been actively working on ever since five people contracted the O157:H7 strand nearly a month ago.