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Welcome Returning Soldiers from Iraq

You’re invited to welcome home approximately 40 Army National Guard soldiers returning from Iraq. Major Adam Collett with the Public Affairs Office of Delta Company, 536th Brigade Support Battalion, 72nd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, says the public is invited to the ceremony. It is Saturday night starting at 8 at the National Guard Armory in […]

Bryan ISD Releases TEA Ratings

The Bryan school district received an acceptable rating by the Texas Education Agency.

Death of Montague County Judge Self-Inflicted

BOWIE, Texas (AP) _ The Montague County judge was found dead early Friday, apparently from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Authorities found Ted Winn dead in his garage outside Bowie. It appeared that he shot himself, 97th District Attorney Jack McGaughey told The Associated Press. The sheriff’s office responded after just after 6 a.m. after receiving […]

Bill White to Obama: Call Me!

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ Bill White, the Democrat running for Texas governor, has a message for President Barack Obama: call me. Obama is scheduled to come to Texas for fundraisers on Aug. 9, but White has said he’s too busy to meet with him. But the Democrat said he’d happily take a call from the […]

CSISD Releases TEA Ratings

Click below to hear comments from College Station ISD Superintendent Eddie Coulson, visiting with WTAW’s Bill Oliver, regarding the Texas Education Agency’s accountability ratings and TAKS test results released Friday.

Bryan Fire Academy Returns

The Bryan Fire Department is bringing back the Citizens Fire Academy. Click below to hear details from Fire Marshall William Bouse, visiting with WTAW’s Bill Oliver.

Upcoming CS PD Activities

The College Station Police Department has several upcoming activities. Sergeant Janice Kemp says registration is underway for the 42nd annual Citizens Police Academy.

Northgate Natural Gas Line Repairs Continue

Motorists and pedestrians in College Station’s Northgate neighborhood will continue to deal with repairs to a leaking natural gas line. Ken Fogle at Atmos Energy says the intersection of University and College Main will remain closed as well as the outside lane of westbound University from College Main to Boyett. Fogle says repair crews will […]

Mother Pleads Guilty to Starving Children

DALLAS (AP) _ A mother whose three children were found starving after being shut away in a hotel bathroom for as long as nine months has been sentenced to life in prison. The Dallas jury determined the sentence Friday. It came hours after 31-year-old Abneris Santiago changed her plea to guilty on the third day […]

83 Year Old Woman Attacked by Pit Bull

TYLER, Texas (AP) _ An 83-year-old east Texas woman is recovering after being attacked by a pit bull mix authorities say may have been used in illegal dog fighting. Glynda Hulsey and her two dogs were attacked as she walked to her mailbox in Smith County last week. She made it back to her house, […]

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