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College Station among Kiplinger’s Magazine 10 Best List

Another national publication has praise for the city of College Station. Kiplinger’s Magazine reports College Station among the 10 best cities for the next decade to raise a family. Kiplinger’s list took into account job growth, healthy economies, local culture, quality of public schools, low crime rates, and parks and recreation programs. Click below to […]

Increased Parking Enforcement Around Campuses

The Bryan and College Station Police Departments want to get the word out to students attending A&M and Blinn College parking violations will be enforced in residential areas. Here are some parking tips by both departments: – Do not block a private driveway – Park with the flow of traffic, not against it – Park […]

New Brazos County Detention Center Passes Inspection, Open House Set

Six years in the making, the new Brazos County Detention Center on Sandy Point Road is ready to receive inmates. Sheriff Chris Kirk says state inspectors recently certified the $55 million dollar facility. Before prisoners are moved, there will be an open house Tuesday from 4 until 7 p.m. Tours will be available of the […]

August 31, 2010

Steve Miller fills in for Tom and the guys discuss marijuana and the police academy, Wendy’s brawl over bacon, celebrity birthdays, and more. The guys talk  top ten wealthiest members of congress and other political news. The guys discuss the nation’s first Muslim college, 21-year-old plays peewee football, flashing stop signs, and more. The guys […]

Fatal Crash in Robertson County

A Hearne woman is dead following a crash on Highway 6 in Robertson County Monday morning. Troopers were sent to the construction zone at Mud Creek between Hearne and Calvert. A northbound car was slowing down to attempt a left turn when it was struck from behind by an ambulance. The car spun counter-clockwise and […]

Council Filing Ends

There was a last minute change in the list of candidates filing for the open College Station City Council seat left by the June death of Larry Stewart. One of the three who previously filed has withdrawn.  Timothy Delasandro submitted his paperwork late Monday afternoon.  Delasandro, who ran earlier this year for Congress, stated he […]

CS School Board Sees New Attendance Boundaries

The College Station ISD Board of Trustees saw for the first time Monday night proposed attendance boundaries adding elementary schools and the new College Station High School. Click HERE to see the map of proposed elementary school boundaries. Click HERE to see the map of proposed boundaries for intermediate, middle, and high schools. Click HERE […]

Bryan City Manager On Administrative Leave

Bryan City Manager David Watkins was placed on administrative leave by the City Council Monday night.

Randall Pitcock Interview – August 30, 2010

Click to hear WTAW’s Scott Delucia talk with CSISD’s Randall Pitcock

Well “Dress”ed Robbery Suspect Arrested

A cross-dressing bank robbery suspect is in police custody after his arrest early Monday in Hearne. Brandon Hutchins of Bryan is charged with aggravated robbery in connection with the August 3rd robbery of The Bank and Trust branch on Highway 21 at Highway 6 in Bryan. Security footage showed Hutchins, 26, wearing a dress as […]

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