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Infomaniacs: February 28, 2017 (8:00am)

Infomaniacs: February 28, 2017 (7:00am)

Infomaniacs: February 28, 2017 (6:00am)

State Senator Charles Schwertner on WTAW

Brazos County State Senator Charles Schwertner discussed senate bill 1107 regarding telemedicine, senate bill 25, which they voted out, the increase in Texas’ maternal death rate, the Trump administration’s decision on Texas’ voter ID laws, and more during his Austin update on The Infomaniacs on Tuesday, February 28. Click below to hear Charles Schwertner visiting […]

Aggies Travel to Missouri for Final Regular Season Road Trip on WTAW

Aggie Basketball Game #29: Texas A&M (15-13; 7-9 SEC) vs. Missouri (7-21; 2-14 SEC) Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017 · 6 p.m. (CT) Mizzou Arena (15,061) · Columbia, Mo. RADIO: WTAW 1620 AM (Bryan-College Station) Dave South, Play-by-Play Mike Caruso, Commentary TV: SEC Network (For more info – 12thMan.com/TV) Adam Amin, Play-by-Play Jon Sundvold, Commentary SATELLITE […]

Motorcyclist Killed In CS Crash

A motorcyclist was killed in a crash in College Station Monday afternoon. According to College Station police, the driver of a car failed to yield the right of way while turning from Newport Lane to Barron Road. The motorcycle, going east on Barron, struck the car on the driver’s side. The motorcyclist who was killed […]

BBV — Captain Joe Byrd Cemetery

Design Update On College Station’s New Police Headquarters

It’s been one year since the College Station city council awarded the design contract for the new police department headquarters. The council’s last meeting included a design update of the $28 million dollar project along Krenek Tap between Dartmouth and Central Park. Deputy city manager Chuck Gilman says there is an option for the structure […]

Bryan & College Station City Councils Approve New ETJ Boundary Lines

The cities of Bryan and College Station have made the first revision to extra-territorial jurisdiction agreements since 1980. Also known as ETJ’s, that’s the area outside the city limits that still falls under certain city regulations. Both city councils this month approved an interlocal agreement that determines which way the cities will direct future annexation. […]

State Lawmaker Calls For Pulling State Money From Baylor And Divert DPS Money To State Investigation Of Baylor Sexual Assaults

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) – A Texas lawmaker wants the state’s top law enforcement agency to look into Baylor’s sexual assault scandal and whether school officials worked to cover up crimes. Rep. Roland Gutierrez, a San Antonio Democrat, called on the Texas Rangers on Monday to probe the nation’s largest Baptist school. Baylor fired football coach […]

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