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TIGERS GOING TO STATE!!!

With back-to-back stellar pitching performances and some timely hitting, the A&M Consolidated Tigers are headed back to the State 5A Baseball Final Four for the first time in 22 years.   In front of another crowd of 2,000+ fans at Bienski Stadium in Mumford, the Tigers got the sweep of the best of three series […]

Bryan Police Arrest Man Wanted for Capital Murder in Florida

A Florida man who recently moved to Bryan will be returning to the sunshine state. That’s after 30 year old Shawn Baxter was arrested for capital murder. Officer Jon Agnew says they were assisting authorities from the Tampa area. Public Information Director Kevin Doll of the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office says 30 year old Shawn […]

CS Man Out of Jail Following $720K Bond Reduction

Unable to get out of jail on bonds totaling $825,000, a College Station man asked a judge for a reduction. And the request from Willie Griffin Jr. was granted, slashing nearly 90 percent of the bond to $105,000. Charges include evidence tampering involving a former jail employee who was his girlfriend, along with aggravated kidnapping […]

Bryan High-Consolidated Baseball Playoffs Moved

The Bryan High-Consolidated baseball regional playoff series has moved to Mumford. First pitch for game two is 6 p.m., followed by game three if necessary. You can hear the series on News/Talk 1620 WTAW, wtaw.com, and radioaggieland.com. Pregame begins at 5:45 p.m.

Baseball & HS Graduations Means Heavy Traffic on A&M’s West Campus

Athletics and academics collide Friday night and Saturday on the west campus of Texas A&M University. While the Aggies baseball team host a NCAA regional, high school commencement ceremonies will be held at Reed Arena. Texas A&M Transportation Services says motorists are encouraged to allow for extra travel time and to plan their parking location in […]

U.S. Rep. Bill Flores on WTAW

U.S. Rep. Bill Flores (R-TX) of Bryan was a guest on The Infomaniacs on Thursday, May 31. Click below to the hear the full interview with Rep. Flores and WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. U.S. Rep. Bill Flores, May 31

CS Council Receives Update on Proposed Lick Creek Trail

The College Station City Council received a staff update at its last meeting regarding the location of the Lick Creek hike and bike trail. In 2008, voters approved a four point four million dollar bond issue for the trail. There is opposition from a group of SpringBrook property owners whose land backs up to the […]

Consol wins Game One, 4-2, Over Bryan

  Fans took up every inch of space at Bienski Stadium last night to watch Game one of the Region II Championship Series between the Bryan Vikings and the A&M Consolidated Tigers and the saw what they expected to see…. A low scoring pitching show and as those things go, mistakes told the tale.  The […]

Brenham Highway Closed Following Violent Head-On Crash

Highway 36 in northwest Brenham, near the junction of FM 577, was closed much of Wednesday following a head-on crash that killed a Temple man. DPS Trooper Jimmy Morgan says the victim, 31 year old Lazaro Esparza Jr. of Temple, was driving a small pickup that drifted into the other lane and was struck by […]

Bryan High-Consolidated HS Baseball Playoffs Includes Mayoral Challenge

This week’s Bryan High-Consolidated High School baseball playoff series has more at stake than just a berth in the state tournament. Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski threw down the gauntlet Wednesday when he called College Station Mayor Nancy Berry on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs. Whoever loses will have to wear the opposing team’s t-shirt and provide a […]

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