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Trooper Jimmy Morgan of the Department of Public Safety visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about the number of crashes in Brazos County through early April, laws regarding leaving children in vehicles unattended, motorcycle safety, and displaying license plates when attaching luggage carriers to the rear of vehicles. WTAW’s Bill Oliver visits with DPS Trooper Jimmy […]

Five New Principals Selected Monday by Bryan ISD Board

Five schools in the Bryan district will have new principals next year. The school board Monday unaminously approved two new hires and three transfers. Superintendent Tommy Wallis says the new principal at Bryan High is Lamond Dean from the Chapel Hill district east of Tyler. Dean succeeds Diana Werner, who is retiring. Werner is finishing […]

Bill Byrne’s Contract Included in This Week’s Regents Agenda

Last week, the Athletic Director at Texas A&M University wrote he he was looking foward to life after athletics. That transition is part of the business when the A&M Board of Regents meets later this week. Bill Byrne’s current contract runs through August 31, 2013. Byrne wrote he looks forward to announcing, with the support of […]

May Day Mock Exercise Planned Outside Consolidated HS

Tuesday morning between 9 and 11 brings a traffic advisory around A&M Consolidated High School. CSISD spokesman Chuck Glenewinkel says a drunk driving awareness program will close Nueces Street between the school and Grace Bible Church. Glenewinkel says the volume of students and emergency vehicles outside the school will cause a commotion large enough that […]

CS Motel & Restaurant Closed Following Electrical Fire

An electrical fire reported Monday during the noon hour shut down a College Station motel and restaurant. Bart Humphreys at the fire department says three people were treated for smoke inhalation at the Howard Johnson’s along the freeway between Texas and Rock Prairie. Power was turned off to the motel and restaurant until repairs can be […]

Bryan PD Watching For Too Much Exhaust

Members of the Bryan Police Department’s traffic safety unit are watching for excess exhaust. Officer Jon Agnew says it’s an occasional problem where car owners intentionally modify engines. For those who are caught, it’s a class C misdemanor. Agnew says tickets can be issued, whether or not it’s an intentional act. Comments from Jon Agnew.

Infomaniacs: April 30, 2012 (Full Audio)

Infomaniacs: April 30, 2012 (Full Audio)

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Infomaniacs: April 30, 2012 (8:40am)

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Infomaniacs: April 30, 2012 (8:15am)

Infomaniacs: April 30, 2012 (7:40am)

Infomaniacs: April 30, 2012 (7:40am)

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