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Horns humble Aggies, 69-49

Moments after No. 3 Texas wrapped up its 69-49 victory over No. 16 Texas A&M on Monday night, Aggies coach Mark Turgeon delivered a message to winning coach Rick Barnes. “I told Rick if they keep improving and stay healthy they can win a national championship,” Turgeon said. “I haven’t said that about many teams. […]

A&M Names VP Finalist and Prepares to Lobby Austin

A former Aggie administrator is returning to College Station. Subject to final approval by the Board of Regents later this week, Rodney McClendon will become A&M’s Vice President of Administration. Dr. McClendon recently finished his first year at the University of North Texas in Denton. That’s after he worked over 15 years for A&M at […]

Burglar Hits Bryan Church Parking Lot

While a Bryan church congregation was worshipping Sunday morning, a 17 year old is accused of breaking into at least five vehicles. Officer Jon Agnew says a neighborhood resident saw the criminal activity in the parking lot of St. Anthony’s Church on Parker Street. Officer Jon Agnew. The suspect, Miguel Moreno of Bryan, was caught […]

Weekend Crime in Northgate

More police activity than usual took place last weekend in College Station’s Northgate neighborhood. There was a stabbing where the suspect is still at large. The victim, a 22 year old Bryan man, was stabbed in the rear and thigh and was treated for the non-life threatening injury at a local hospital. Being sought is […]

Bryan ISD Hall of Honor

The Bryan school district’s education foundation is creating a hall of honor. Bryan ISD’s Sandy Farris says the foundation is looking for its first class of honorees. Final details on the hall of honor will be posted on the Bryan ISD’s website. Comments from Sandy Farris about the Hall of Honor, visiting with WTAW’s Bill […]

CS Council Approves Brothers Pond Trail Improvements

The College Station City Council approved spending more money than budgeted to repair and improve a stretch of hike and bike trail. This is at Brothers Pond Park, where Interim Parks Director David Schmitz told Councilwoman Jana McMillian this will meet national standards and ADA laws. Jana McMillan and David Schmitz. The improvements will cost […]

Blinn College Update

WTAW’s Bill Oliver visits with Dr. Ted Raspiller, Provost of Blinn College programs in Brazos County.

BBV: AMC Choir Presents “Oklahoma” – Part I

Bravos Brazos Valley features A&M Consol Choir presenting “Oklahoma”: BBV – AMC Choir presents Oklahoma – Part I

Infomaniacs: January 31, 2011 (Full Audio)

Infomaniacs: January 31, 2011 (Full Audio)

Infomaniacs: January 31, 2011 (8:40am)

Infomaniacs: January 31, 2011 (8:40am)

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