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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!

Differing Opinions from The Texas A&M And Texas Tech Systems Over The Future Of Veterinary School Programs

The Texas A&M and Texas Tech University Systems issued statements following last Thursday’s meeting of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) regarding their plans for expanding veterinary school programs. Last December, the Tech system unveiled a proposal to establish a vet school to stem the tide of students leaving the state and to bolster […]

Century Square Update

The developer of a mixed-use development on Texas A&M system property at University and College has provided an update. Midway Companies, the owner of the Century Square development, has announced their entertainment anchor will be Star Cinema Grill…which features a full service restaurant service delivered inside the theater. That follows commitments from six restaurants and […]

Tuesday Construction Issues Along Rock Prairie Road

From the city of College Station: Two eastbound lanes on Rock Prairie Road from Wildrye Drive to Coastal Drive will be closed Tuesday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. while a water line is repaired. Eastbound traffic will be allowed to use the center turn lane. Water will be shut off at Cindy Hallaran Pool and Southwood […]

UPDATE: Explanation About Withdrawing Lawsuit Over CSISD Land Sale

Update: The owner of The Barracks subdivision, Health Phillips, provided WTAW News with a copy of the letter he sent to the College Station school district board of trustees and administration the day after the board voted to uphold its original votes regarding the sale of land at Holleman and Deacon to DWS Development. Original […]

Burleson & Milam Counties Issue Burn Ban

Burleson and Milam counties issued burn bans on Monday, joining Brazos, Robertson, Leon, Madison, Grimes, and Walker counties.

Two Drownings Sunday At Lake Conroe

CONROE, Texas (AP) _ Investigators say two people drowned in separate swimming accidents at Lake Conroe. Montgomery County authorities say the drownings happened Sunday afternoon on opposite sides of the lake near Houston. Authorities say a 50-year-old man went under while in a swimming area. Emergency personnel later recovered his body. Officials say a 68-year-old […]

Van Collides With Dallas Cowboys Promotional Bus Between Phoenix And Vegas

PHOENIX (AP) Authorities say a van was turning left at a highway intersection in northwestern Arizona when it collided with a bus carrying staffers of the Dallas Cowboys football team, killing all four people in the van. The Arizona Department of Public Safety says the van was traveling south on U.S. 93, the main route […]

CS Police Investigating Weekend Attempted Sexual Assault

A woman moving out of her College Station apartment Saturday morning was the victim of a burglary and attempted sexual assault. The victim told police she had left the door open to her unit at The Stadium Apartments at 400 Marion Pugh when she noticed someone had entered her bedroom. When the man attempted the […]

Longtime Brazos County Crime Stoppers Board Member Retires

From Brazos County Crime Stoppers: Robert G. Crawford Sr. recently announced in an e-mail to the Crime Stoppers Board of Directors that he planned to resign his position as Chairman of the Board effective immediately. Robert was first appointed to the Crime Stoppers Board in 1998 and has served continuously since that time. In 2012 […]

Former Bryan Federal Prison Guard Sentenced For Sex With Inmates

Two months ago, a former guard at the federal women’s prison in Bryan admitted to sexual contact with two inmates two years ago. Thursday, 45 year old James Graves received his punishment. A federal judge in Houston sentenced Graves to 21 months in prison, followed by ten years of supervised release. Graves was also ordered […]

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