Local News

An Amusment Park Could be coming to the Brazos Valley

Families drive hours just to spend the day riding roller coasters, but the Brazos Valley amusement committee hopes to cut down on that trip time for many Brazos Valley families.

Special Olympics torch run comes through town

The Gulf Coast leg of the Texas Law Enforcement Torch Run came through Bryan yesterday.

Police searching for man connected to aggravated robbery

Bryan Police are looking for a man connected to an aggravated robbery.

Zebra Mussel rules expand statewide

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission has approved a new regulation requiring that all boats operating on public fresh water anywhere in Texas be drained before leaving or approaching a lake or river to help combat the further spread of zebra

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.