Sgt. Ryan Bona of the Bryan police department visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about the upcoming “Blue Bunny” Easter children’s event, recruitment for this summer’s Junior Police Academy, and locations of increased traffic enforcement.
A Brazos County grand jury is taking no criminal action against a Bryan policeman who shot a man on February 12th. District attorney Jarvis Parsons issued a statement Tuesday that the grand jury concluded its review of evidence from his office along with Bryan police and the Texas Rangers. Bryan police has scheduled a news […]
Public feedback is credited with changing long-range highway plans in and around the twin cities. The Bryan/College Station metropolitan planning organization (MPO) unveiled a revised concept map showing more than $2 billion dollars of projects through the year 2050. MPO executive director Dan Rudge thanked those who provided 1,300 comments during a series of nine […]
There is a second attempt by a developer to build apartments in an established Bryan neighborhood near CHI St. Joseph health center. Opponents say traffic and flooding issues will only get worse if the complex is built. The proposal, which was defeated by the planning and zoning commission two and a half years ago, is […]
Add the Bryan city council to the governing bodies opposed to the state’s new public school accountability system being based on an A through F letter grade. The council was thanked for passing a resolution at last week’s meeting by Bryan ISD communications director Brandon Webb. Webb says Bryan ISD is among more than the […]
Business at the last College Station city council meeting included approving a nearly $5 million dollar contract to design what is budgeted as a $36.5 million dollar expansion of the Lick Creek wastewater treatment plant. Mayor Karl Mooney, on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs, says the cost of meeting state standards for treated sewage is almost as […]
Administrators of the Brazos County Expo Complex have presented its fourth annual economic impact report. Texas A&M agricultural economist Rebekka Dudensing reported without counting the Brazos Valley Fair and other local functions, the Expo staged 176 events for out of county organizations last year that drew more than 92,000 attendees. Dr. Dudensing brought up […]
From The Associated Press Authorities say a wildfire killed three ranch hands in the Texas Panhandle who were trying to usher cattle away from the flames. Gray County Judge Richard Peet said Tuesday that the two men and the woman were killed by a wildfire that flared Monday afternoon. Peet, the county’s top administrator, says […]
United Way of the Brazos Valley president Alison Prince and Ron Crozier of Twin City Mission visit with WTAW’s Bill Oliver.
A Calvert man was found guilty by a Brazos County district court jury of continuous sexual assault of a 13 year old girl in Cameron and College Station between September 2011 and September 2012. The district attorney’s office reports the jury sentenced 52 year old Rayford Smith to life for a crime where he is […]