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They’re Home!

On the fire engine they rode to the Knights of Columbus Hall fire, Ricky Mantey and Mitch Moran returned to Bryan Friday afternoon. Family, friends, and fellow firefighters spilled outside the engine bay at station one in downtown Bryan to welcome Mantey and Moran. The firemen who were critically burned thanked everyone for their support. […]

Four Houston Firefighters Killed Friday

The identities of the Houston firemen killed Friday comes from the City of Houston: Captain EMT Matthew Renaud (35) of Station 51 (not 68). He began his career with the Houston Fire Department in October of 2001 and in addition to Fire Station 51 has served out of Stations 39, 83, 73, 37, 60 and […]

Bryan Bank Robbery Included Bomb Threat

A bank robbery in Bryan that included a bomb threat also closed streets in an eastside neighborhood after a suspicious package was found in the getaway vehicle. Bryan police officer Kelley McKethan says a homeless man, 61 year old James Kyle Graham entered the First Victoria Bank on East 29th shortly before noon Friday. Witnesses told police Graham […]

Kevin O’Connor Kommentary May 31

Kevin O’Connor Kommentary May 31, 2013

Aggies Drop Regional Opener to UCSB, 6-4

A late rally fell just short for Texas A&M on Friday afternoon, as the Aggies fell 6-4 to UC Santa Barbara in the NCAA Corvallis Regional Opener at Goss Stadium. A&M will face the loser of tonight’s UTSA/Oregon State game on Saturday at 2 p.m. (CT) in an elimination game. More to come. Story courtesy […]

Shoplifter Also Accused of Running Across Texas Holding a Child

A Bryan man is accused of endangering a child while fleeing the College Station Wal-Mart store Thursday afternoon. It’s the third time in three weeks and the sixth time in the last 13 months that 32 year old John Paul Lopez has been in the Brazos County Jail. Wal-Mart loss prevention staff told College Station […]

College Station’s Jay Socol and Stephanie Scherr share what’s new for the summer at city pools on Friday, May 31. Jay Socol and Stephanie Scherr visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia    

Bryan Court Administrator Completes National Coursework

The municipal court administrator in Bryan was recognized at this week’s city council meeting for completing a national program. Hilda Cuthbertson is one of only 11 in the country to become a fellow of the Institute of Court Management. The graduation program was held at the U.S. Supreme Court. Cuthbertson has been municipal court administrator […]

Infomaniacs: May 31, 2013 (8:00am)

08:12 Jethro Trivia/Jay Socal, Stephanie City of College Station aquatics 08:19 State Rep. Dist 12 Kyle Kacal 08:30 G.B. Library Will King 08:43 Control Appetite/smelling Several random stories Infomaniacs: May 31, 2013 (8:00am)

Infomaniacs: May 31, 2013 (7:00am)

07:16 Goat Trauma… Month The Pope “mis-spoke” 07:40 Coke puts names on cans and bottles Strange names in Canada 7 things we need to stop doing Infomaniacs: May 31, 2013 (7:00am)

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