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CS Set to Enforce Smoking Ban

Those who visit bars and restaurants in College Station are being reminded that tickets will now be issued for smoking violations effective March 1. Lt. Rodney Sigler says to his knowledge no official warnings

More Red Light Cameras Coming to CS

The City of College Station will soon have more red light cameras. Click to hear the story from WTAW’s Chris Clift: A Citizen’s Advisory Committee recommended more red light cameras and

State Rep. Fred Brown on WTAW

State Representative Fred Brown (R-College Station) was a guest Friday on the The Infomaniacs on WTAW. Click to hear the full interview with Rep. Brown and WTAW’s Scott DeLucia

Arrest Made in Frat Row Shooting

A College Station man has been arrested for a shooting death last September on Fraternity Row. College Station Police arrested

Olsen Punishment Hearing Day Four

Day four in the punishment phase of the Christian Olsen trial involved some emotional testimony Thursday. The

Dallas Area Man Guilty of Online Solicitation

A Dallas area man has been sentenced to prison for online conversations he had with College Station Police. Greg Simpson was arrested

CS Discusses Noise Abatement Program

The College Station City Council got an update

Hempstead Leaders Plead Guilty

HOUSTON (AP) _ Two past or current leaders in Hempstead face prison for soliciting and accepting bribes linked to city demolition contracts. The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Houston says now-former Mayor Pro-Tem Larry Wilson and Alderman Paris Kincade Jr. pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit federal programs fraud. Kincade, 53, pleaded guilty Thursday and will […]

Stanford Group Exec Arrested

HOUSTON (AP) _ The chief investment officer of troubled Stanford Financial Group was due in federal court Friday after being arrested in Houston where the company is based. Laura Pendergest-Holt is accused of obstructing a Securities and Exchange Commission investigation of an alleged $8 billion investment fraud involving Texas billionaire R. Allen Stanford. Stanford is […]

A&M System Unveils San Antonio Campus

SAN ANTONIO (AP) _ The Texas A&M University System is ready to give its first glimpse of a nearly 700-acre campus in San Antonio. Gov. Rick Perry was expected to attend Thursday’s unveiling of the master plan for Texas A&M-San Antonio, which university officials say could open by 2011. Construction is expected to break ground […]

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