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Two Bryan Residents Arrested For The 25th Time, Evading Arrest From A Football Game Parking Lot & Robbery Report To CSPD The Day After It Happens,

Running a red light results in the second arrest in as many weeks for a Bryan woman. According to online jail records, it’s also the sixth arrest since April and 25th since 1999 for 37 year old April Thurman. A Bryan police officer stopped Thurman’s car after witnessing the driver run the red light at […]

11th Annual Boonville Days Heritage Festival

Saturday marks the 11th Annual Boonville Days Heritage Festival at the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History. Deborah Cowman, Executive Director, said there are several new vendors and demonstrators at this year’s event, along with authentic chuckwagons selling lunches of chicken fried steak, beans, potatoes, and cobbler. Tickets are available for purchase at the museum. […]

Bryan Council Approves TxDOT Agreement & City Announces Start Of Creek Drainage Project

Business at this week’s Bryan city council meeting included approving another joint agreement with the Texas Department of Transportation. TxDOT says construction will start next summer on $2.2 million dollars of projects at six locations. The city will pay ten percent through transportation fees. Most of the money will go towards repaving Finfeather from Groesbeck […]

Bryan High School to Host Maliska/Hicks Memorial Boys Varsity Tournament

The Bryan High School Golf Team kicks off the annual Maliska/Hicks Memorial Boys Varsity Tournament Friday at the Campus Course at Texas A&M University. The tournament is named after former Vikings players Garrett Maliska, who passed away from Spinal Cord Glioblastoma Cancer in 2011, and John Harden Hicks II, who succumbed to his own battle with Glioblastoma […]

City of College Station Update on WTAW

In today’s City of College Station update, Gabriela Salazar from Parks and Recreation discussed a trick-or-treat event, plus Jay Socol, Direction of Communications, provided some updates during their appearance on The Infomaniacs on Friday, September 30. Click below to hear Gabriela Salazar and Jay Socol visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. GabrielaSalazar093016

Aggies Edged by South Carolina in 1-0 Loss

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – The Texas A&M Aggies succumbed to an 87th minute goal as the Maroon and White dropped a 1-0 decision to the No. 5 South Carolina Gamecocks Thursday evening at Ellis Field. After battling to a scoreless draw for the first 86:30, South Carolina (11-0-1, 5-0-0 SEC) broke through with Savannah McCaskill’s […]

Infomaniacs: September 30, 2016 (8:00am)

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