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Brazos County Courthouse Evacuated Following Bomb Threat

7:45 p.m. update: Brazos County sheriff Chris Kirk announced an all clear, that nothing was found inside or around the courthouse following a detailed search by bomb-sniffing dogs. 4 p.m. update: Brazos County sheriff Chris Kirk says the courthouse and surrounding side streets remain closed as they’re waiting for bomb sniffing dogs to arrive to […]

Kevin O’Connor Kommentary November 30

United Way of the Brazos Valley Update

United Way of the Brazos Valley’s community campaign has reached about 30 percent of its $800,000 dollar goal. During the weekly UWBV update on the WTAW 5 p.m. newshour, president Alison Prince said over 60 employers have held their campaigns, another 31 are taking place, and 20 to 25 more have yet to start. She […]

Traffic Stops & Unattended Gunfire Lead To Arrests

An Iola man awaiting five criminal trials in Brazos County was arrested Friday afternoon in College Station on multiple charges. According to the arrest report, the car driven by 29 year old Samuel Herrera was stopped because the temporary tag belonged to a SUV. While speaking with the driver, the officer spotted two large folding […]

Brule Elementary makes a comeback

Navasota’s Brule Elementary School is on a new track with a new Principal.

Blinn College Trustees Last Meeting Without Brazos County Members Approves New Student Housing in Brenham

Two Brazos County appointees to the Blinn College board of trustees officially join the governing body Tuesday. But they were on the sideline as the Washington County members of the board held a special meeting Monday where approval was given to negotiate with a private company to develop new student housing on the Brenham campus. […]

Texas A&M’s Aiple Named SEC Player, Setter of the Week

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Texas A&M sophomore Stephanie Aiple (pronounced EYE-plee) was named SEC Player of the Week for a second time, and she also was tabbed SEC Setter of the Week for a league-leading sixth time this season, the Southeastern Conference announced today. Aiple, the 2015 SEC Player of the Year, averaged 12.11 assists […]

Aggie Volleyball Jumps to #15 in AVCA Poll

Rank School (First-Place Votes) Total Points Adjusted 2015 Record Previous Week 1 Washington (42) 1569 28-2 2 2 Southern California (18) 1503 30-2 1 3 Texas 1472 25-2 3 4 Minnesota (4) 1426 26-4 4 5 Nebraska 1345 26-4 5 6 Stanford 1240 22-6 6 7 Hawai’i 1147 26-1 8 8 Penn State 1138 26-5 […]

Texas A&M Ranked #18 in New AP Poll

1 Kentucky (59) SEC Record: 6-0 PV Rank 1 Points 1,619 2 Maryland (4) Big Ten Record: 6-0 2 1,512 3 Michigan State (2) Big Ten Record: 7-0 3 1,510 4 Kansas Big 12 Record: 4-1 5 1,342 5 Iowa State Big 12 Record: 5-0 4 1,338 6 Oklahoma Big 12 Record: 4-0 7 1,269 […]

CS Council Discusses Regulations For Ride Sharing Companies

The College Station city council’s next meeting is scheduled to include possible action on new regulations for ride sharing companies like Uber. There was no opposition during a review of the proposal on transportation network companies, or TNC, during the last council meeting. Aubrey Nettles of the city manager’s office explained differences between TNC’s and […]

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