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Billy Gillispie is Hospitalized

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) _ Texas Tech men’s basketball coach Billy Gillispie has been hospitalized for an undisclosed medical issue. Athletic department spokesman Blayne Beal said the 52-year-old coach was admitted to University Medical Center early Friday. He declined to provide further details. Hospital spokesman Eric Finley said Gillispie was initially listed in satisfactory condition before […]

Rose Home Owner Jailed Without Bond

The Bryan woman who once operated the Rose Home for the elderly and disabled remains in jail following her ninth arrest in the last two years. The Brazos County District Court judge handling all the cases involving Rose Rodriguez ordered all bonds revoked during a hearing on Friday. That keeps Rodriguez in jail for an […]

Arrest Announced In College Station Hit & Run

A College Station man has been arrested for leaving the scene of an accident that left a bicyclist with severe injuries. Officer Phil Dorsett says 22 year old Nicholas Tilley is accused of driving a SUV that struck the cyclist in a crosswalk at Texas and New Main Tuesday night. The unidentified cyclist was taken […]

1st Brazos Valley Fair Continues to Recruit Volunteers

Hundreds of volunteers are part of the new Brazos Valley Fair that starts on Thursday. Fiona Lockhart says you can go online to apply for one of those slots. Click HERE to be directed to the fair’s website. The four day fair, staged at the Brazos County Expo Complex on Leonard Road in west Bryan, […]

Brazos Valley Red Cross Assists In Hurricane Isaac Response

Red Cross volunteers from the Brazos Valley continue to assist victims of Hurricane Isaac. Area chairman Mike Southerland says 10 area residents have been serving as part of an overall effort where the Red Cross has served 42,000 meals and has housed 4,200 who fled the storm. Southerland says cash donations are being sought to offset […]

Local Hotel Tax Money Could Help Fund Kyle Field Project

By the end of September, officials at Texas A&M University are supposed to have results of two studies regarding the future of Kyle Field. Among the questions is finding the money. Bryan City Councilman Chuck Konderla, who sits on the executive board of the Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB), says they’ve talked about how to respond […]

Fire Safety Reminders For Outdoor Cooking

Another Labor Day weekend means another reminder to all the newcomers to Aggieland about outdoor fires. William Bouse of Bryan Fire Department says that includes city ordinances on outdoor grilling in apartment complexes. In both Bryan and College Station, any type of grills have to be at least ten feet away from the structure. Bouse […]

Preparations Continue For The Texas Reds Festival

Organizers of the Texas Reds Festival thought they had the perfect dates for this year’s event on October 12 and 13. Then came Hurricane Isaac and the postponement of the Texas A&M football game at Louisiana Tech. Shawn Smith with the City of Bryan says one of the festival’s features is lots of televisions to […]

Google Maps Now Includes Real Time Traffic for B/CS

Real time traffic conditions in Bryan/College Station are now available. Deanna Yick with Google says the updates also include estimated travel times. Traffic can be checked on home computers and android devices by going to Google Maps. Deanna Yick visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver.

Infomaniacs: August 31, 2012 (Full Audio)

Infomaniacs: August 31, 2012 (Full Audio)

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