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Adopted Dog from Bryan Animal Center Will Deliver Her Litter

Photo of Pancake courtesy of Melissa Floyd. Pancake the Shih Tzu will be allowed to deliver her litter. The family adopting what turned out to be a pregnant dog from the Bryan Animal Center faced terminating the pregnancy and putting Pancake in a life-threatening situation. Deputy City Manager Hugh Walker says a resolution was reached […]

Arrest in Northgate Hit and Run

It will be up to a grand jury to decide whether a College Station woman goes to trial for a hit and run last weekend in the Northgate district that injured two pedestrians. Officer Rhonda Seaton says an arrest was made Tuesday. 22 year old Morgan Head is accused of two counts of failing to […]

Bryan ISD Seeking Input on 2012-13 Calendar

Those who have an interest in next year’s Bryan school district calendar are invited to go online and choose your favorite. Bryan ISD’s Sandy Farris says the flexible year program option or FYP has been dropped for 2012-2013. Otherwise, Farris says there are no substantial changes. The Bryan ISD school board will discuss the calendar Monday […]

CSISD Waiting on TEA to Rule on Bond Money Refund

The College Station City Council at its last meeting was updated by Finance Director Jeff Kersten that the city continues to hold more than $1.2 million dollars generated by property owners in the College Station school district. That money was originally intended for improvements at Wolf Pen Creek Park. Because the council missed a bond-required spending deadline, the […]

Bryan PD Update

Bryan PD Officer Jon Agnew visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about proper use of airbags and the approaching deadline for the Citizens Police Academy.

2012 Could Begin the Local Economic Recovery

Five years from now, 2012 could mark the start of recovery in the local economy. Dr. Jim Gaines of the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University told those attending the recent Chamber of Commerce economic outlook conference a key is federal regulators not changing the rules once they’re set. Gaines also told businesspeople they should […]

Rick Perry’s Submits Final 2011 Presidential Campaign Report

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ Rick Perry’s final 2011 fundraising totals are in _ and they show donors turning away from him in droves as his campaign for president faltered. The Texas governor raised barely $2.9 million between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31, after raking in more than $17 million in just his first seven weeks […]

East Texas Explosion Leaves Two With Critical Injuries

SACUL, Texas (AP) _ Emergency personnel say two workers have been critically hurt in an apparent electrical explosion and brief fire at a biomass power plant in East Texas. A dispatcher with the Nacogdoches County Sheriff’s Department says the accident was reported around 8 a.m. Tuesday at a facility in Sacul (SAH’-kul), about 165 miles […]

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