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No. 18 Women Defeat Rice, 82-76

COLLEGE STATION-¬†Anriel Howard¬†had a career-high 23 points to go along with 13 rebounds, as No. 18 Texas A&M defeated Rice 82-76 in a women’s basketball game at Reed Arena Wednesday. The Aggies (6-1), playing in their second game in as many days, led 36-33 at halftime, but the Owls (5-2) stuck around, due to sinking […]

Governor’s Office Asks For $90 Million In Federal Funding To Continue Children’s Health Insurance

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) – Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s administration is asking for $90 million more in federal funding in hopes of delaying sending health insurance cancellation notices to nearly half a million children. The Dallas Morning News reports that Texas will end its Children’s Health Insurance Program on Jan. 31 unless it gets such funding. […]

Missing Toe Leads To Finding Missing Texas Fugitive

CLEVELAND, Texas (AP) _ A Texas fugitive who’d been on the run for more than 10 years has been arrested and identified with the help of his missing toe. William Greer was on the U.S. Marshal’s 15 Most Wanted list after being accused of killing his girlfriend Tammy Equivel in December 2006. Police say he […]

Online Fundraiser Underway For CSISD Administrator In Line For A Kidney Transplant

Friends of a veteran College Station school district administrator have started an online fundraiser. The assistant principal at College View high school, Ronnie Helm, is third in line to get a kidney transplant. Helm has been undergoing dialysis since 2012. College View instructor Laurie Rath, who is in charge of the fundraiser, says the $25,000 […]

My Aggie Nation Podcast: Who is Jimbo Fisher?

As reports of head coach Jimbo Fisher’s imminent departure from Florida State for Texas A&M continue to circulate, Sanjay Kirpalani of Florida State DieHards joins the show to discuss Fisher’s tenure in Tallahassee and the issues that currently surround the program. Also, hosts Travis L. Brown, Zach Taylor and former A&M defensive lineman Jay Arnold […]

College Station City Council Changing Its Suburban Commercial Zoning Regulations

The College Station city council is taking a step to resolve an issue in zoning regulations the last few years. The council at last week’s meeting approved fewer restrictions to the city’s suburban commercial classification…which applies mostly to land between residential neighborhoods and major streets, including the freeway. Madison Thomas of the city’s planning department […]

Bryan Broadcasting’s Christmas Angels Gets A Big Check From Barker’s Heating & Cooling

A big check…in size and amount…was presented on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs Wednesday morning. The general manager of Barker’s Heating and Cooling, Philip Burleson, and public relations director Emily Black, presented a $5,000 dollar check to Bryan Broadcasting’s Christmas Angels campaign.   You can adopt angels at any of the three Blue Baker locations in College […]

Infomaniacs: November 29, 2017 (8:00am)

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