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Nancy and I arrived in B/CS in April 2010. First recollection of being a radio geek was as a 9 year old riding my bicycle around the neighborhood with a transistor radio in the front basket. First experience in a radio studio was KWDM-FM at Valley High School, West Des Moines, IA. Then on to Northwest Missouri State University (GO BEARCATS!). I've been blessed to enjoy great radio in Texas, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska. Two adult daughters...though they'll always be my little girls!

CSISD Principal To Be Duct Taped Thursday Night

The parent teacher organization at Oakwood Intermediate School in College Station has found a sticky way to raise money for technology purchases. Principal Jeff Mann has been persuaded to be stuck to the wall with duct tape during Thursday’s fall festival. PTO member Miranda Crisone says one dollar strips of duct tape go on sale […]

WTAW & B/CS Chamber Hosts Local Candidates Forum

WTAW and the Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce hosted a local candidates forum Wednesday night at the Bush Library. WTAW’s Scott DeLucia presented questions to candidates for the Bryan and College Station city councils and school boards along with candidates for Texas Senate in District 5 and the Texas House in District 14. Click below […]

Bryan PD Investigating Homicide

Update: According to Bryan police officer Kelley McKethan, the disturbance and shooting took place at Peterson’s home. McKethan says two people who live with Peterson were there at the time of the disturbance and shooting and have been questioned by detectives. The three men who left after the shooting were still at large as of […]

College Station School Board Starts Discussion of Next Bond Issue

Tuesday’s meeting of the College Station school board was the first time there was discussion that could lead to the district’s next bond issue. Continued enrollment growth is calling for a 10th elementary school, a third intermediate school, and a third middle school. Superintendent Dr. Clark Ealy reported the district has added approximately 1,350 new […]

CS Police Investigating Stabbing and Assault

College Station police had two acts of violence Tuesday night. Two men are accused of stabbing a man three times during a fight near Tarrow Park off Wellborn Road. Officers say the victim had three non-life-threatening stab wounds from the fight Tuesday just before 7 p.m. The suspects who remain at large are described as […]

Dog Doesn’t Have Ebola & Incinerated Apartment Remains Still Outside Louisiana Landfill

Dallas nurse’s dog tests negative for Ebola DALLAS (AP) _ The first Ebola test for the quarantined King Charles Spaniel belonging to a Dallas nurse hospitalized with the virus has come back negative. The city of Dallas said Wednesday that one-year-old Bentley will be tested again before his 21-day quarantine period ends November 1st. Bentley […]

Murder-Suicide in a Houston Hospital Pharmacy

Update: HOUSTON (AP) _ Police say a man walked up to a female co-worker in a Houston hospital pharmacy and shot her fatally before turning the gun on himself. The incident happened Wednesday afternoon at the Ben Taub Hospital pharmacy, which is situated in a building separate from the main hospital. According to a witness […]

Blinn College Trustees Take Next Step in Presidential Search

A search firm will assist the Blinn College board of trustees find its third district president in six years. Blinn spokesman Richard Bray says the board could make its selection as early as next month’s meeting. Last month, Harold Nolte announced he is stepping down January 31st of next year. Trustees have not announced interim […]

Governor Perry Returns to the Biocorridor

News release courtesy of Governor Perry’s office: Gov. Rick Perry today toured the Texas A&M National Center for Therapeutics Manufacturing, one of the pioneering vaccine and therapeutic manufacturing facilities that comprise the Texas A&M Center for Innovation in Advanced Development and Manufacturing (CIADM). The federal government has asked Texas A&M to submit a proposal to […]

CS Council Interested in New Gateway Signs

The College Station city council has directed staff to move forward with new gateway signage. The city currently has signage along the northbound freeway near the College Station business park, in front of the mall, and on University in front of the Scott & White clinic. Suggested locations the southbound freeway near the University exit, […]

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