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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!

Ted Cruz About Face By Announcing He’s Voting For Donald Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) _ Ted Cruz says he’s voting for Donald Trump for president _ a shocking about-face after he rocked the Republican convention by dramatically refusing to do so. The Texas senator says on Facebook that he made the decision for two reasons. First, his promise to support the Republican nominee. And second, his belief […]

Eight Of Ten College Station Sigma Nu Suspects Have Been Arrested On Drug Charges

Two more house managers of College Station’s Sigma Nu fraternity have been arrested on drug charges. That brings the number this week to four and the overall number to eight following a deadly party last month. 21 year old Andrew Hyman is accused of having a sheet of blotter paper containing LSD. And 20 year […]

Have You Seen These People?

Bryan police has released video surveillance of three recent convenience store armed robberies. Anyone with information about the holdups at the Easy Shop on South College, the Food Mart on Briarcrest, and/or the Rana Grocery on Groesbeck, you’re asked to call Detective Shawn Davis at 979-209-5334 or Brazos County Crime Stoppers at 979-775-TIPS.

10th Texas Reds Festival Preview

Click below for a preview of the 10th Texas Reds Festival with Sandy Farris of the Downtown Bryan Association and WTAW’s Scott Delucia on The Infomaniacs, September 22, 2016.   Click HERE to be directed to the Texas Reds Festival website. Additional information from the Texas Reds Festival: Let’s raise a glass to celebrate the […]

Two Pleas & A Jury Conviction In Brazos County District Court

One of 11 men arrested last December during a undercover drug investigation by Bryan police and the department of public safety has been found guilty by a Brazos County district court jury. 33 year old Anthony Clay of Bryan, who was identified by the district attorney’s office as a mid-level drug dealer, was sentenced to […]

UPDATE: Blue Bell Supplier Says Its Product Did Not Contain Listeria

Update: HOUSTON (AP) – A supplier of cookie dough that Blue Bell Creameries is blaming for possible listeria contamination of some ice cream says the product tested negative for the pathogen before being sent to the Texas-based company. In a statement Thursday, Iowa-based Aspen Hills said the “positive listeria results were obtained by Blue Bell […]

Brazos Valley Veterans Memorial Unveil Buffalo Soldiers Statue

The 150th anniversary of the formation of the Army’s segregated black units, nicknamed Buffalo Soldiers, was commemorated Wednesday night at the Brazos Valley Veterans Memorial with a new statute. Brenham municipal judge Eddie Harrison, an active member of the Buffalo Soldiers National Museum in Houston, was one of the models.   The bronze also depicts […]

No One Hit In Bryan Drive By Shooting

No one was hit in a drive by shooting in Bryan Wednesday night. Police responded around 8 p.m. to multiple reports of gunfire on Groesbeck between Palasota and Pease. Officers found a man who said he was outside working on a vehicle when shots were fired in his direction from someone in a white four […]

Latest Arrests Of A Bryan Woman & A College Station Man

A Bryan woman arrested last Sunday was her fifth since April and 24th since 1999. 37 year old April Thurman remains in jail, where she is accused of driving away from a Bryan deputy fire marshal. According to the arrest report from Bryan police, the fire investigator was trying to interview Thurman about a vehicle […]

Recap Of September’s Blinn College Trustees Meeting

There’s a delay in future flood control repairs at the Blinn College campus in Bryan. Administrators removed from the agenda of this week’s board of trustees meeting, a $640,000 dollar contract to clear out ponds and Briar Creek. The project is designed to reduce flooding in residential areas downstream from the campus. A spokesman says […]

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