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Mark Conlee Interview – March 31, 2010

Click to hear WTAW’s Scott Delucia talk with Bryan Mayor Mark Conlee

Wellborn’s Future as a City Looks Bleak

Wellborn’s consent for incorporation might not make it to the ballot this fall for College Station residents.

Hutchison To Stay in U.S. Senate

WASHINGTON (AP) _ Texas Republican Kay Bailey Hutchison has decided to stay in the Senate after losing the primary election for governor. A senior GOP official and a Senate aide tell The Associated Press that Hutchison, who is 66, will serve out her third term, which ends in 2012. She had previously said she would […]

State Farm Sues State Over Rate Publicity

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ State Farm Insurance has filed a lawsuit against the Texas Department of Insurance after the state agency took the unprecedented move of publicizing on its Web site recent rate hikes by the company. Texas’ largest insurer filed suit Tuesday, seeking to protect from disclosure certain information that State Farm said could […]

Bravo Brazos Valley — Eric Washington to Washington

Bryan Sends Proposal to BTU

The mayor of Bryan won’t be joining the Bryan Texas Utilities board as an ex-officio member just yet. City council decided to send the proposal to the board for its recommendation. City Manager David Watkins says the amendment needs to happen to improve communications between the city and its electric company.

Bryan Police Named CALEA’s Flagship Agency

The Bryan Police Department has met the requirements to be re-accredited from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). The department was also recognized as one of CALEA’s Flagship Agencies because of its commitment to excellence. Click to hear WTAW’s Chace Murphy talk with Officer Jason James:

A&M to Host Amazing Aggie Art Race

Students pass it every day.

DPS Addresses Border Violence

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ The Texas Department of Public Safety director says drug-related violence along the Mexico border is much worse than the drug wars in Colombia 20 years ago. Members of the state House Select Committee on Emergency Preparedness told DPS Director Steve McCraw to recommend an action plan for Texas lawmakers to consider […]

Report Shows Backlog for Food Stamps

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ A new state auditor’s report says the food stamp program in Texas is inefficient and outdated and suffers from a growing number of inaccuracies. The State Auditor’s Office said inexperienced staff and inefficient office setups mean the program run by the Health and Human Services Commission has not been able to […]

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