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Infomaniacs: July 29, 2016 (7:00am)

Infomaniacs: July 29, 2016 (6:00am)

Texas A&M Football Coach’s Presentation Sparks Controversy at Annual ‘Chalk Talk’

A presentation slide shown at Texas A&M Football’s ‘Chalk Talk’ event Wednesday night has spurred some controversy. The event, which promotes an interactive way for female fans to learn more about the game of football, included over 700 guests and featured several members of the Aggie coaching staff, including head coach Kevin Sumlin. One staff member speaking to the crowd […]

Jury Conviction & Plea Agreement In Brazos County District Court Criminal Cases

A Bryan man who went to prison twice for breaking into homes will be doing more time for breaking into a Bryan church. 54 year old James Roger Taylor was found guilty this week by a Brazos County district court jury of last October’s burglary and theft at Greater Tabernacle Church…which is located west of […]

UPDATE: Five More File For B/CS City Council Seats

Update: There is a second contested race in this November’s election for a position on the College Station city council. The latest to file for the place four seat is Joe Guerra, Jr. His opponent is Barry Moore. They are seeking to fill the remainder of the term of John Nichols, which ends in 2018. […]

Campus Carry Starts Monday At Four Year Universities But NOT At Texas Community Colleges

Monday marks the start of new handgun campus carry laws at four year universities in Texas. But the new regulations do not start at 50 community colleges in Texas until this time NEXT year. Blinn College spokesman Richard Bray says later implementation was also part of Senate Bill 11 that was passed last session. That […]

Texas AG Files Another Lawsuit To Allow Guns In A Public Building

The Texas Attorney General’s office has filed another lawsuit attempting to allow guns inside a public building. The Associated Press reports (details below) the city of Austin is accused of violating open carry rules by banning guns inside city hall. The AG’s office gave a similar notification to Brazos County in April to lift a […]

City of College Station Update

Jay Socol, Director of Communications, is joined by Sherry Mashburn, City Secretary, as she discusses the city’s various boards and commissions, November’s upcoming election, and more during the weekly City of College Station Update on The Infomaniacs on Friday, July 29. Click below to hear Jay Socol and Sherry Mashburn visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. […]

Why Texas A&M Police Is Looking For This Man

From Texas A&M police: The University Police are seeking assistance from the public to help identify a person of interest who was allegedly involved in using a credit card stolen from the Texas A&M University campus on July 21, 2016. The individual was captured on video surveillance at the Foot Locker in Post Oak Mall […]

Gunfire During Attempted Armed Robbery At Bryan Apartment

Bryan police report no one was hit by gunfire during an attempted armed robbery early Thursday morning at an apartment near the CHI-St. Joseph Health campus. A man and a woman living at 2300 Broadmoor…south of 29th Street…told officers they were awakened around 4 a.m. by several black men in their 20’s, one with a […]

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