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Bombers Defeat Strykers 4-1 and Maintain Hot Start

Bryan-College Station, TX (June 30, 2013) – The Brazos Valley Bombers continued their early-season domination of the Texas Collegiate League Sunday night with a 4-1 road victory over the Woodlands Strykers. The win brings the Bombers’ record to 24-4 and continues the best start to a season in team history. The Strykers were able to get […]

CS Council Interested in New Natatorium

The College Station city council will be following what the CSISD school board eventually does with a proposal to build a new natatorium. The school board has yet to decide if they will let voters consider a $28 to $32 million dollar bond issue for a 50 meter by 25 yard pool. With that in […]

Vote Postponed on College Station-CVB-A&M Agreement

It will be another two weeks before the College Station City Council considers agreements related to the redevelopment of Kyle Field. But that didn’t stop 90 minutes of discussion Thursday night. The 30 year proposal giving $36 million dollars in hotel occupancy tax money provides access to seven facilities at A&M. The President of the […]

Parking Lot Expansion at the Brazos County Expo

More parking is headed to the Brazos County Expo. County commissioners Tuesday approved a joint funding plan to convert six acres. Expo manager Tom Quarles says the limestone rock surface will be finished in time for the Brazos Valley Fair the weekend after Labor Day. There are three funding sources, the expo’s expansion account, hotel […]

Increase in Brazos County Oil Exploration

There’s optimism of additional tax revenue coming into Brazos County from the energy sector. County Clerk Karen McQueen says it’s not been this busy since she started working in 1981. McQueen says her office has been jammed with people getting copies of land records who are acquiring mineral rights. During the last month, the clerk’s […]

Bombers Win Pitchers Duel on Roger Clemens Night

Bryan-College Station, TX (June 28, 2013) – Former MLB pitcher Roger “The Rocket” Clemens came out to American Momentum Bank Ballpark on Friday night as the Brazos Valley Bombers came from behind to defeat the Victoria Generals on “Roger Clemens Night”. The first 300 fans received a Roger Clemens bobblehead featuring Clemens in the Bombers’ recognizable […]

College Station’s Jay Socol and CalderLively on WTAW

On Friday, 28 June, College Station’s Police Sergeant Calder Lively discussed 9-1-1 calls and Director of Public Communications Jay Socol gave details about Monday’s seminar for those interested in running for city council. Jay Socol and Calder Lively visits with WTAW’s Infomaniacs  

3rd Suspect Arrested in Hernandez Murder Case

BRISTOL, Conn. (AP) _ Massachusetts State Police say a man sought in connection with the murder case against former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been arrested in Florida. State police say local officers captured Ernest Wallace early Friday afternoon in Miramar in south Florida. Authorities revealed Thursday night that they were seeking Wallace. […]

Aggies Tally Three Top 6 Finishes at US Nationals

INDIANAPOLIS — Texas A&M swimmers tallied three top six finishes on Day 3 of the Phillips 66 National Championships and World Championships Trials on Thursday at the IUPUI Natatorium. Highlighting the impressive night for the Aggies was the runner-up finish by junior Breeja Larson in the 50-meter breaststroke. Larson, from Mesa, Ariz., touched the wall […]

State Senator Charles Schwertner on WTAW

District 5 State Senator Charles Schwertner (R) discussed Tuesday night’s filibuster, abortion regulations, the new special session during an appearance on The Infomaniacs, Friday, 28 June. Charles Schwertner visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia  

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