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Aggie Hoops Announces Non-Conference Schedule

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Embracing the challenge of one of the most difficult road schedules in school history, the Texas A&M men’s basketball team has revealed its non-conference schedule for the upcoming 2017-18 campaign. Texas A&M, which has drawn off-season Top 25 attention from multiple media outlets, stands to return one of the SEC’s most formidable […]

Bryan Council Updates Cemetery Regulations As Expansion Project Nears Completion

As an expansion of the Bryan city cemetery nears completion, the Bryan city council this week gave final approval to updated regulations. Deputy city manager Hugh Walker says the revised ordinance and beefed up enforcement were the result of complaints and concerns that started about 18 months ago. That was followed by a five month […]

Three Arrests So Far In Burleson County Kidnapping, Robbery, And Assault

The Burleson County sheriff’s office has made three arrests and more are possible following a kidnapping, assault, and robbery earlier this month. Investigators are not disclosing why the victim went with several people to a remote location west of Caldwell, which is where he was beaten and his cell phone and money were taken. The […]

Judge Issues Partial Decision In Tommy Wallis Motion vs. Bryan ISD

A Travis County district judge has issued a partial decision in the motion sought by former Bryan school superintendent Tommy Wallis, after documents critical of his job performance were leaked to KBTX and The Eagle by yet to be identified sources. The judge decided not to issue civil contempt of court citations against five former […]

Infomaniacs: June 30, 2017 (8:00am)

Infomaniacs: June 30, 2017 (7:00am)

Infomaniacs: June 30, 2017 (6:00am)

Lance Jackson Leaving After 30 Years At Lincoln Recreation Center

Friday was the last day for Lance Jackson after 30 years at College Station’s Lincoln Recreation Center, the last 23 as supervisor. His departure comes the month after the former Texas A&M football standout earned his bachelor’s degree in recreation, park and tourism sciences. In a podcast from the city of College Station, Jackson said […]

Texas A&M’s Gibson heading to FINA World Championships; Tybur places 12th

INDIANAPOLIS — Texas A&M graduate Sarah Gibson punched her ticket to the FINA World Championships with a runner-up finish in the 100-meter butterfly on Thursday at the Phillips 66 National Championships. With her runner-up finish, Gibson, from San Antonio, Texas, earned a spot on Team USA and will compete at the World Championships in Budapest, Hungary in […]

City of College Station Update on WTAW

Lt. General Randy House, President of the Brazos Valley Veterans Memorial Board, discussed Veterans Park, the Memorial Board, upcoming events, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Friday, June 30. Click below to hear Randy House visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. RandyHouse063017

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