Home »

Infomaniacs: August 31, 2015 (6:00am)

6:10 AM Chicken poop on golf course Today is/ Celebrity birthdays 6:39 AM Random politics Bush uses 3 fundraisers President Obama to re-name Mt. McKinley

Arrest & Capital Murder Charge in Death of Harris County Sheriff’s Deputy

HOUSTON (AP) — Prosecutors in Texas are charging a 30-year-old man with capital murder in the killing of a sheriff’s deputy who was gunned down from behind while filling up his patrol car at a suburban Houston gas station. Harris County Sheriff Ron Hickman identified the man as Shannon J. Miles, who had a previous […]

Kevin O’Connor Kommentary August 28

Freebirds Returns College Station To Its Website

More than 20 years ago, a couple of roommates in College Station brought a California burrito restaurant to Northgate, which expanded throughout B/CS. Along the way, the roommates sold Freebirds to a corporation and moved the home office to Austin. A recent nationwide survey of the best burritos led to the discovery that corporate officials […]

CS Council Approves New Housing Restrictions In The City’s Last Black Neighborhood

The College Station city council was applauded Thursday night by a large crowd after its unanimous vote to ban new multi-story rental housing in their neighborhood. Residents of the McCulloch subdivision told the council they wanted to save College Station’s last black neighborhood. 10 of 11 public speakers wanted to block what has been nicknamed […]

Sons of Confederate Veterans Loses Another Appeal on Moving the Jefferson Davis Statue at UT

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ A Southern heritage group has lost an appeal to block the removal of a statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis at the University of Texas. A state district judge on Thursday rejected efforts by the Sons of Confederate Veterans to force the university to leave the statue near the campus’s iconic […]

Texas Has Its First Case of German Measles in 10 Years

Update: FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) _ Health officials have confirmed that a Texas Christian University student has contracted the first known case of rubella in Texas since 2004. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports Tarrant County officials are working to notify about 70 students who may have had contact with the unidentified student. The student had […]

Texas Transportation Commission Awards Prop 1 Contracts in Bryan District

The Texas Transportation Commission on Thursday awarded $11 million dollars in contracts in the Bryan district for four projects that will be paid by Proposition 1 funds approved by voters last year. Two of the four projects are in Brazos County, one is in Madison County, and one is in Milam County. Here is a […]

Infomaniacs: August 28, 2015 (8:00am)

8:11 AM City of College Station Public Information Officer Jay Socol Heather Woolwine College Station Recycling 8:40 AM Random stories

Infomaniacs: August 28, 2015 (7:00am)

7:13 AM 103 year old lady throws 1st pitch at Rangers game Trump The perfect car is $130,000. 1st perfect score by consumer reporters (it’s a Tesla) The cheerleader effect is real Judge Joe Brown in jail on contempt charge 7:40 AM “Chocolate Thunder” Darryl Dawkins passed away Healthiest city New words in dictionary for […]

Listen Live to WTAW 1620
Half Price Tuition
Salvation Army and WTAW

Unable to display Facebook posts.
Show error

Error: (#4) Application request limit reached
Type: OAuthException
Code: 4
Please refer to our Error Message Reference.

© 2018 WTAW. All Rights Reserved. Log in -