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A&M Men’s Basketball Blown Out At Reed By UNT

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) _ Maurice Aniefiok led the way with 16 points and Alzee Williams followed with 14 as North Texas stunned Texas A&M 61-41 Tuesday. The Mean Green shot 51 percent (25 of 49) from the field, compared to 30 percent (15 of 50) for the Aggies. A&M (8-4) struggled from the floor […]

Barbara Bush Hospitalized

HOUSTON (AP) _ Former first lady Barbara Bush has been hospitalized in Houston with a respiratory-related issue. A statement Tuesday night from the office of her husband, former President George H.W. Bush, said she was admitted to Houston Methodist Hospital on Monday. The statement says the 88-year-old is “in great spirits” and is getting “fantastic […]

Kevin O’Connor Kommentary December 31

Child Endangerment Among Recent Arrests by Bryan PD

Bryan Police responding to a disturbance Monday morning dealt with a man accused of driving a minivan at a high rate of speed with three children inside. Officer Kelley McKethan says they were on another call when the van approached at a high rate of speed. The children, ages 1, 4, and 9, were riding […]

New Year’s Eve Reminders From Bryan PD

WTAW’s Bill Oliver visits with Officer Kelley McKethan of the Bryan Police Department about a variety of topics on New Year’s Eve, including loud music, celebratory gunfire, fireworks, and drinking and driving. Additional officers are on the streets thanks to grant funding. And the patrol will also include additional traffic enforcement along the freeway between […]

Carlos Crash Kills One and Injures Two

Update: The driver who was killed was identified as 65 year old Howard Gerber of Rosenberg. The injured wre Rosenberg’s wife, Cheryll, and the driver of the truck, 57 year old Benjamin Short of Bryan. Original story: One person is dead and two are hospitalized following a crash Tuesday morning in Grimes County. DPS trooper […]

Just Enough Bryan Councilmembers on Hand

Only three members of the Bryan City Council attended a special meeting Monday afternoon. By state law, that’s all it took to canvass the vote from this month’s runoff election. Rafael Pena was sworn in as councilman in single member district two. Pena thanked members of his family, including his late father, along with his […]

Galveston Losing Money on Charging for Seawall Parking

GALVESTON, Texas (AP) _ A policy that charges motorists to park along a popular coastal road has led to a shortfall of more than $300,000 that taxpayers must make up. Galveston city officials in August implemented a fee for seawall parking that’s generated nearly $200,000 in revenue. But it costs $550,000 to operate the system, […]

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