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Bryan Police Investigating Two Armed Robberies

Two sets of suspects are being sought in separate armed robberies reported to Bryan police on Wednesday. No one was hurt in either holdup, both involving guns and both involving the taking of unidentified personal property. The first was Wednesday right before 2 a.m. in the area of Palasota and Beck. The other, Wednesday night […]

Motorcyclist Hits A Deer Then Is Arrested For Possession Of Methamphetamine

For the second time in three months, an Iola man is in the Brazos County jail. 32 year old Jimilei Fox sustained head injuries Thursday night after his motorcycle struck a deer on Highway 30 near the Grimes County line. According to the DPS arrest report, Fox was taken by College Station EMS to a […]

Brazos County Commissioners & Health Board Members Hear Accusations Against A Health Department Inspector

The Brazos County health department is starting a review of an inspector’s performance after the owner of a local septic system company leveled allegations at this week’s county commission meeting. Vonda Bob described the inspector as unprofessional and possibly discriminatory. Bob also told commissioners other septic system installers and maintenance providers have been affected, but […]

President George H.W. Bush Has Been Released From A Houston Hospital

Former President George H.W. Bush was released Friday morning from a Houston hospital. Family spokesman Jim McGrath tweeted “President and Mrs. Bush are very pleased to be home spending time with family and friends”. Bush spent two weeks in the hospital for treatment of mild pneumonia and chronic bronchitis.

Petition Signatures Submitted For New Brazos County Community College

The next step has been taken towards the possibility of Brazos County voters deciding next year whether to create a property tax supported community college. County commissioners on Tuesday acknowledged the receipt of what the Research Valley Partnership says is more than 10,000 petition signatures. Assistant county attorney Bill Ballard says commissioners will eventually vote […]

Texas A&M Baseball and Missouri to Play Doubleheader on Friday on Sportsradio 1150 and the Zone 102.7 FM.

COLUMBIA, Missouri – With inclement weather forecast for the area Saturday and Sunday, the Texas A&M Aggies and Missouri Tigers have agreed to play a doubleheader on Friday. The first pitch of the opening game will be 3:00 pm with the second game to follow. The teams will attempt to get the final game of […]

CS Council Approves More Land Use Changes

Thursday night’s College Station city council meeting included approving land use classifications in three areas. Mayor Karl Mooney talked about the proposals on Wednesday during his visit on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs.   That includes the creation of a retail, residential, and recreational development east of Baylor Scott & White hospital along the south side of […]

Update From CS Code Enforcement Office

Julie Caler, College Station’s Code Enforcement Supervisor, discussed zeroscaping, animals, and other code enforcement violations during her appearance on The Infomaniacs on Friday, April 28. Click below to hear Julie Caler visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. JulieCaler042817

State Representative Kyle Kacal on WTAW

District 12 state representative Kyle Kacal discussed sanctuary cities, public education, property taxes, and more during his regular appearance on The Infomaniacs on Friday, April 28. Click below to hear Kyle Kacal visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. KyleKacal042817

Myles Garrett Becomes Program’s First No. 1 Overall Draft Pick

PHILADELPHIA–Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett became the program’s first No. 1 overall NFL Draft pick when the Cleveland Browns selected him with the first pick of the 2017 NFL Draft Thursday evening. Garrett was the highest NFL Draft pick in school history, surpassing the previous best of No. 2 overall by five Aggies: Luke […]

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