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Two Men Arrested in CS Vehicle Burglaries

An early morning call to police led to the arrest of two men for burglarizing vehicles in a College Station neighborhood.

College Station Considering Cell Phone Law

The College Station City Council heard a presentation Thursday afternoon as part of their workshop meeting regarding a new state law that starts September 1. Click to hear WTAW’s Chris Clift talk with CSPD Chief Jeff Capps: The new law will allow a community to ban handheld cell phone use in a school zone if […]

Blinn Campus Parking Information

Blinn College in Bryan is expecting another record enrollment as classes start Monday, and that means they have some advice on the parking situation. Click to hear WTAW’s Chris Clift talk with Blinn College Marketing and Media Relations Specialist Gena Parsons: Information

College Station PD on WTAW

Every Friday the College Station Police Department stops by for a Friday afternoon interview. Click to hear WTAW’s Chris Clift talk with Lt. Mike Pavelka about pedestrian safety:

New Episode of Bryan Living and Learning

The City of Bryan and Bryan ISD are about to release their latest episode of Bryan Living and Learning. Click to hear WTAW’s Chris Clift talk with BLL co-host Allen Bruggman: Press release from the City of Bryan: The City of Bryan and Bryan ISD will release the new episode of

New Traffic Laws Take Effect Tuesday

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ Texas drivers are going to have to buckle up and pipe down under new driving laws that go into effect Tuesday. For the first time, everyone in a vehicle will need to wear a seat belt, not just those in the front seat or younger than 15. Drivers also must secure […]

Texas Boaters Rescued at Sea

PORT ARANSAS, Texas (AP) _ The Coast Guard says three Texas boaters missing for a week have been found alive, sitting on top of their capsized boat 180 miles from land. Petty Officer 3rd Class Renee Aiello says a Good Samaritan vessel spotted the three in the water off Port Aransas late Saturday and rescued […]

Tougher Dropout Threshold Means More School Appeals

DALLAS (AP) _ Tougher dropout rules in Texas have resulted in more than twice the number of school districts and campuses appealing their state ratings.

Death Row Inmate Dies of Natural Causes

HOUSTON (AP) _ A convicted killer on Texas death row for nearly three decades has died in prison. Danny Dean Thomas was found dead Saturday at the Polunsky Unit of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice. Prison officials say an autopsy would be performed but initially are attributing his death to natural causes. Thomas would […]

Health Department Flu Vaccine Update

The Brazos County Health Department has issued an update on flu vaccines for both the regular virus and the H1N1. Click to hear WTAW’s Chris Clift talk with Health Education Director Sara Mendez: Press release from the Brazos County Health Department: The Brazos County Health Department is preparing for Seasonal and Novel H1N1 vaccine distribution […]

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