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Water Leaks Affecting Customers In And Around Post Oak Mall

The city of College Station’s water services department responded to a pair of water leaks Wednesday afternoon and evening that affected Post Oak Mall and nearby areas. A Twitter post from the city shortly before 5:30 p.m. indicated some customers experienced discolored water. Affected customers were asked to call 855-528-4278. As of 8 p.m. both […]

BBV — Salvation Army is More than Red Kettles

Brazos County Committee Interested In Buying Blinn College’s Bryan Campus

The difference of opinion continues about adding workforce training programs in Brazos County. That was revealed at an update by the Research Valley Partnership (RVP) talent initiative committee, which is pursuing a community college district for Brazos County that is locally governed. Committee co-chairman Ivan Olson says they have collected about 5,500 petition signatures towards […]

Aggies Knight, Babers Named to SEC Community Service Teams

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Texas A&M quarterback Trevor Knight was named to the Southeastern Conference Community Service Team for football, which highlights an athlete who gives back to his community through superior service efforts. Knight, a graduate transfer from San Antonio, Texas, is also a finalist for the Wuerffel Trophy, which is known as “College Football’s […]

Have You Seen This Man?

Bryan police on Wednesday released an artist’s sketch of a suspect in an attempted kidnapping. The victim, an adult woman, was not injured after an unidentified man who grabbed her the morning of November 1 on Finfeather south of Villa Maria. The woman fought off the man then ran away. The suspect’s description is a […]

Women’s Basketball Falls 66-62 To USC On Elementary School Day

COLLEGE STATION- Sadie Edwards hit a go-ahead jumper with 31.8 to play, giving USC a 66-62 victory over Texas A&M in a women’s basketball game at Reed Arena on Elementary School Day. USC (6-1) closed the game on an 11-4 run, the final charge in a game that featured 11 lead changes and six ties. […]

Texas A&M Pays And Corrects EPA Violations

Texas A&M has paid the Environmental Protection Agency $61,000 dollars and took steps to correct hazardous waste violations that happened several years ago. The EPA’s Dallas office this week announced the settlement involving A&M’s Geochemical and Environmental Research Facility, which is located across Graham Road from Cypress Grove intermediate school. The EPA finished an investigation […]

East Bryan Housing & Commercial Development Endorsed By P&Z And Former City Council

Just over a year after plans were unveiled, the Bryan city council gave initial approval to rezoning land for a large residential and commercial development. Oakmont is located north of Boonville Road, between what will be an extension of University Drive and Copperfield. While there were no comments from the public or the council on […]

College Football Playoff Rankings

RANK TEAMRECORD 1 Alabama 12-0 2 Ohio State 11-1 3 Clemson 11-1 4 Washington 11-1 5 Michigan 10-2 6 Wisconsin 10-2 7 Penn State 10-2 8 Colorado 10-2 9 Oklahoma 9-2 10 Oklahoma State 9-2 11 Southern California 9-3 12 Florida State 9-3 13 Louisville 9-3 14 Auburn 8-4 15 Florida 8-3 16 West Virginia […]

Bryan Mayor Andrew Nelson on WTAW

The new City of Bryan Mayor Andrew Nelson discussed his new appointment, RELLIS, city development, and more during his first appearance as mayor on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs on Wednesday, November 30. Click below to hear Andrew Nelson visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. AndrewNelson113016

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