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Bryan Broadcasting, The Eagle, and KBTX Thanks You AGAIN!

Bryan Broadcasting, The Eagle, and KBTX want to thank everyone who participated in Wednesday’s donation drive for Harvey victims. Four trucks provided by Kent Moore Cabinets for the Brazos Valley Media Giving Back event arrived Thursday outside the NRG Center in downtown Houston. More than 40 volunteers from Houston’s A&M Hometown Club and more than […]

Astros top Rangers 5-1 in last game before return to Houston

By COREY LONG ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) _ Jose Altuve homered, the Houston bullpen pitched 4 1/3 scoreless innings and the Astros beat the Texas Rangers 5-1 on Thursday in the last game before they return to their flood-ravaged home city. Josh Reddick added an RBI single for the AL West-leading Astros, who avoided a […]

Texas A&M, Evans Agree to New Five-Year Contract

COLLEGE STATION – Texas A&M has reached an agreement in principle with Head Softball Coach Jo Evans on a new five-year contract, Director of Athletics Scott Woodward announced Thursday. “Jo has done a fabulous job of leading our softball program for more than two decades and has been a great ambassador for Texas A&M,” Woodward said. “She exemplifies our core […]

Mail Service Resumes In Bryan/College Station Area

Noon update: Mail service has resumed in the twin cities. College Station postmaster Roland Sanchez and Bryan postmaster Thomas Tone both said carriers hit the streets Thursday morning and retail operations are open at both post offices. Sanchez said they received four trucks Wednesday night from their processing center in north Houston. Sanchez says the […]

Texas A&M offers free tickets to first two home games to Hurricane Harvey victims, first-responders and volunteers

The Texas A&M Department of Athletics along with the 12th Man Foundation would like to welcome to its first two 2017 home games anyone affected by Hurricane Harvey – including its victims, first-responders, volunteers and other people that have offered aid in the ongoing Gulf Coast tragedy. “Texas A&M University has always stood ready to […]

City of Bryan Update on WTAW

Rob Willis, Streets and Drainage Supervisor, and Paul Kaspar, City Engineer, discussed how the city prepared for and dealt with Hurricane Harvey, and what is to come. CityofBryan_Harvey083117

One Of Two Rescued Swimmers From Lake Bryan Last Saturday Has Died

From the Bryan police department: On August 29, 2017 Nikhil Bhatia, 24 year old male from India, succumbed to his injuries. According to reports Bhatia and three friends went to the lake and were swimming when Bhatia and a 25 year old female started to drown. The other two friends flagged down a bystander at […]

Thursday’s Harvey Update

From Governor Abbott’s office: Governor Greg Abbott and the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles have temporarily suspended rules relating to vehicle registration, titling, and inspection for victims of Hurricane Harvey. With this suspension, Texans who reside in affected counties can avoid penalties for failure to timely register a vehicle, obtain a vehicle inspection, or transfer […]

Problems With August Vehicle Registration Renewals Thanks To Harvey

If your vehicle registration expires at the end of August, and you recently mailed your renewal to the tax office or completed it online, your new sticker may be stuck in Houston for several days or weeks. Kristy Roe, Tax Assessor Collector at the Brazos County Tax Office, said they can check if your renewal […]

Brazos County State Lawmakers Speak At Chamber Luncheon

State lawmakers representing Brazos County spoke to a full house at Wednesday’s economic outlook briefing, sponsored by the Bryan/College Station chamber of commerce. WTAW’s Scott Delucia moderated the discussion, involving Senator Charles Schwertner and Representatives John Raney and Kyle Kacal. Click below to hear comments from the Bryan/College Station chamber of commerce economic outlook briefing. […]

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