Local News

Riesel man dies while trying to cross I35 Wednesday morning

A Riesel man died while trying to cross I-35 early Wednesday morning.

Belton PD reminds you to buckle up this holiday weekend

The Belton Police Department is partnering with the Texas Department of Transportation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to save lives on Texas roads by working together to increase seat belt use.

Child hit on bicycle dies from injuries

On Wednesday, the victim involved in an accident earlier in the week, succumbed to his injuries at the Scott & White Children’s Hospital.

Bryan ISD name new Athletic Director

The Bryan ISD Board of Trustees approved a new athletic director to replace the retiring Harry Francis who spent nearly 3 decades in the position.

Chilifest donates thousands to local organizations

Over 23 years Chilifest Incorporated has donated more than 2 million dollars to local organizations and charities.

A&M Consolidated middle school wins School's out food drive

Fourteen College Station ISD campuses participated in the Annual School’s Out Food Drive. The competition more than doubled the amount of food collected totaling over 100,000 pounds.

Former Collin St. Bakery executive pleads guilty to embezzlement charges

The former Collin Street Bakery Comptroller has pleaded guilty in federal court to embezzlement charges.  

Police investigating storage facility break-in

Lacy Lakeview police are investigating a break-in that occurred Tuesday night at a storage facility.

Two positive rabies cases discovered at Fort Hood

Within the last week two separate cases of rabies have been identified on post by the Fort Hood Veterinary Center, resulting in one confirmed human exposure requiring treatment.

Mayor Berry wins Tourism savings showdown

Every year tourism saves every Texas household over 800 dollars in taxes. To show just how much each house hold saves on taxes, the Mayors of Bryan and College station competed head to head in the Annual Tourism Savings Showdown.