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Household Hazardous Waste & Computer Collection

Saturday, April 25th is the Spring Household Hazardous Waste & Computer Collection Event hosted by Twin Oaks Landfill. The event will be held at the Texas A & M University Services Building Parking Lot, enter east of Highway 6, on Harvey Road/Highway 30. No entry will be allowed from University Drive/Highway 60. Click here for […]

Registration Continues for Lemonade Day & Invitation to Saturday’s Tasting Contest

Lemonade Day Bryan College Station co-founder, Lenae Scroggins, visited with WTAW’s Chelsea Reber. LenaeScroggins042215   Click HERE for more information about B/CS Lemonade Day registration and this Saturday’s tasting contest.

City of College Station Seeks Feedback from Housing Survey

The City of College Station is conducting a housing survey in conjunction with its five-year consolidated planning process for grants received through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Community Development Analyst, Brian Piscacek, said regular planning and reporting is done to continue receiving grants. “After that we do a strategic plan where we […]

Cameron Officer on Probation After Seen in Chilifest Video

SNOOK, Texas (AP) _ A Central Texas police officer is on a 90-day probation after he appears in a video in which an underage drinker is allowed to walk away from a citation apparently because she beat another officer in a game. Cameron Police Chief Randy Dixon notes officer Chris Ashwood wasn’t the one who […]

One Killed in Highway 30 Accident

A two-vehicle crash on Highway 30 near Bird Pond Road last night leaves one dead and two injured. DPS Senior Corporal Jimmy Morgan said Dorothy Perry, 89 of Bryan, failed to yield right of way and turned her Nissan in front of a pick up truck. “The 2004 Nissan vehicle was traveling northbound and failed […]

SKYWARN Training

Learn how to identify severe local storms and help keep your community safe by becoming a SKYWARN spotter. To obtain critical weather information, NOAA’s National Weather Service established SKYWARN with partner organizations. SKYWARN training teaches volunteers how to spot, identify and report severe weather creating the first line of defense against storms in their communities. […]

Robbery Suspects

Courtesy of College Station Police Department: On Sunday April 12, 2015, the College Station Police Department responded to Parkway Circle Apartments located at 401 Southwest Parkway for a report of an assault that occurred on Saturday April 11, 2015 between 1930 and 2000 hours. Upon arrival, CSPD officers discovered the following information. The victim had […]

Get to the Grid Move to Veterans Park Opposed by Local Soccer Groups

Local soccer parents are upset about the new location for Texas A&M Football’s “Get to the Grid” park-and-ride program. According to a letter from the Brazos Valley Youth Soccer Association (BVYSA), Veterans Park & Athletic Complex will be unavailable for the program’s use on a number of Saturday’s this fall so the lots can be used […]

CSPD Stalking Arrest

A Hearne man convicted of an armed robbery at a College Station apartment on Christmas Eve in 2009 is back in jail. College Station police arrested 24 year old Daniel Cooks Wednesday for stalking his ex-girlfriend. That’s after the woman reported being followed the last two days by Cooks. According to the arrest report, on […]

Atmos Energy to Flare Natural Gas in Rural Brazos County

Courtesy of Atmos Energy BRYAN, TX (March 31, 2015) – Atmos Energy and its contractors will conduct a required inspection on a natural gas line extending from near Carlos in Grimes County to near College Station. The inspection process is scheduled to begin Wednesday, April 1, and last until Thursday, April 9. During this nine-day […]

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