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Bastrop Crashes Rudder Homecoming, Rangers Lose 17-27

STORY BY: JORDAN MESEROLE BRYAN – The Rudder Rangers looked like they were on their way to a victory Friday night against Bastrop, but offensive woes in the second half allowed the Bears to come from behind in a 27-17 victory at Merrill Green Stadium.   With a strong second-half performance by senior running back […]

Happy Homecoming for Navasota, Rattlers beat Wharton 54-0

STORY BY: TIM SCHNETTLER   NAVASOTA — The Navasota Rattlers wasted no time putting a charge into the Homecoming crowd at Rattler Stadium on Friday, scoring on their first play from scrimmage en route to a 54-0 non-district victory over the Wharton Tigers. Quarterback Kadarius Baker, who threw seven touchdown passes — six in the first […]

Vikings Squeak Past Grey Wolves, Win 21-19

STORY BY: CHACE MURPHY   KILLEEN –The Bryan Vikings struggled in the second half to do anything right on offense or defense.   In the end, the Vikings needed a defensive stop on the last play of the game at their own 1-yard-line to hang on to beat Killeen Shoemaker 21-19 Friday night at Leo […]

Consol Shuts Out Ellison, Offense Explodes for 49

STORY BY: BOB WRIGHT KILEEN – After a 20-minute lightning-threat delay Friday night at Leo Buckley Stadium in Killeen, the A&M Consolidated Tigers put together some offensive lightning of their own with a 49-0 victory over Killeen Ellison’s Eagles while going 2-0 in the District 12-5A race. Overall, the Tigers pulled their season mark to […]

Blown Fuse Causes Northgate Power Outage

The timing could have been much worse for a power outage in the Northgate district. College Station Utilities reports a 40 minute blackout in the area of Church and Boyett Streets Friday afternoon. The outage, at the beginning of the Aggie football team’s first road trip of the season, was due to a blown fuse.

Prison for 1 of 2 Competing Crack Cocaine Sellers

An extensive criminal history means more prison time for a Bryan man convicted of selling $60 dollars of crack cocaine to an undercover officer. As part of a plea agreement in Brazos County District Court, 47 year old Freddie Ray Harris was sentenced to 14 years. Taken into consideration was Harris’ criminal history, according to court […]

Firefighter’s Son to Throw Ceremonial First Pitch at Rangers Game

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) _ The ceremonial first pitch before the Rangers’ AL division series opener against the Rays will be thrown by the young son of a firefighter who died in a fatal fall during a Texas game this summer. The Rangers announced about three hours before game time Friday against Tampa Bay that Cooper […]

Water Update in College Station

Jennifer Nations, water resource coordinator for the city of College Station, was a guest on The Infomaniacs on Friday, September 30. Click below to hear the full interview with Nations and WTAW’s Chace Murphy Jennifer Nations, September 30

Twilight Rapist Sentenced to Life in Jackson County

EDNA, Texas (AP) _ A former Texas prison employee suspected of being a serial rapist who targeted older women has been sentenced to life in prison for sexually assaulting a disabled woman. The Victoria Advocate reports (http://bit.ly/oaOYS1 ) that a Jackson County jury took less than 10 minutes Friday before sentencing Billy Joe Harris. The […]

CSPD Reminder of National Night Out

WTAW’s Bill Oliver visits with Lt. Craig Anderson of the College Station Police Department about the National Night Out Kickoff on Saturday and NNO block parties on Tuesday.

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