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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!

Texas A&M Notification Of Sewage Spill

From Texas A&M: On Tuesday, September 5, 2017, a sewage line back up caused a spill to occur in a small, isolated area of the Texas A&M University campus in College Station. There is no indication of any resulting problem with local domestic water systems. Immediately upon discovery, Texas A&M notified the City of College […]

Arrests on Charges of Assault Related Kidnapping, Selling Drugs, & Vehicle Burglaries

On the tenth anniversary of his first arrest, a Bryan man returned to jail for the 17th time. 27 year old James Branchael Tucker was arrested by Bryan police on charges of kidnapping and beating his girlfriend. The 24 year old woman sustained minor injuries according to police, after a witness said Tucker forced the […]

College Station Council 4-3 Vote To Remove Local Ban On Wireless Devices While Driving

The College Station city council, on a 4 to 3, has directed staff to repeal a city ordinance banning the use of wireless devices while driving and bicycling. That follows the state’s new text ban which mayor Karl Mooney says lawmakers did not go far enough.   James Benham, who voted against the city ban […]

BTU Continues Substation Repairs And Bryan Council Reaction To Weekend Fire

BTU continues to make repairs and investigate the cause of last weekend’s fire that shut down their substation on William Joel Bryan near Villa Maria. BTU’s Vicki Reim says warmer temperatures predicted this week will not affect the substations which are serving extra customers. Click below for comments from Vicki Reim, visiting with WTAW’s Chelsea […]

Second Arrest From July 1st Trail Ride Disturbance

A second arrest has been made in the July 1 disturbance where shots were fired while thousands were gathered south of College Station at Texas World Speedway. 20 year old William Lamar Wagner of Waller is accused of firing the gun during The Horseman trail ride, which sent the victim to the hospital with a […]

College Station Council 4-3 Vote To Approves Aggieland Outfitters Rezoning

A divided College Station city council approved a rezoning request for Aggieland Outfitters to move two blocks from their current location at George Bush Drive and Highlands to George Bush and Fairview. The 4 to 3 vote followed two and a half hours of comments. The motion to approve the rezoning was made by James […]

Burleson County Crash Kills A Bryan Man

A Bryan man was killed in a two vehicle crash on Highway 21 in Burleson County Tuesday morning. DPS troopers were told an eastbound two-ton pickup towing a flatbed trailer with construction tools was rear ended by a SUV. The driver of the pickup lost control as the trailer became detached. The truck went into […]

United Way Of The Brazos Valley Update

United Way of the Brazos Valley president Alison Prince visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about the launch of the community campaign at last week’s “Over The Edge Brazos Valley” fundraiser, and other topics.  

Bryan Councilman And Bryan Woman Will Not Be Prosecuted On Domestic Violence Assault Charges

Last December, Bryan city councilman Reuben Marin and a local woman were arrested on domestic violence related assault charges. Brazos County Attorney Rod Anderson said the decision was made two weeks ago not to pursue prosecution of Marin and Valerie Mendoza. Anderson says that’s after both parties completed requirements by his office and both signed […]

Weekend Arrests Include A DWI With Prior Convictions & Assaulting Two CS Police Officers

A hit and run crash Friday night in College Station led to an arrest of drunk driving with two prior convictions. No injuries were reported according to the arrest report from College Station police from the collision at Holleman and Eleanor. According to online jail records, 34 year old Bradley Locke was also held on […]

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