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Missing Person

Monday evening update, courtesy of College Station Police Department: The 2007 Ford Mustang described as being associated with Boyd has been recovered in Laredo, TX. Investigators with the College Station Police Department continue to work with authorities in the Abilene and Laredo area as part of this on-going investigation. Anyone with information is asked to […]

Cold Weather, Good and Bad

With the holidays over but more cold weather on the way, Travis Miller with A&M Agrilife Extension Service says things are actually in pretty good shape for producers and ranchers. Miller says cold weather means livestock needs more food in order to stay warm,  so make sure hay supply is readily available to the cows, […]

Business Startup Accelerator Launches

A new program aims to encourage start up businesses and possibly even bring more international businesses to Bryan College Station. Research Valley Partnership President Todd McDaniel says applications are being taken now through March for one of ten slots in the Seed Sumo program. McDaniel says Seed Sumo is privately led out of the local […]

Christmas Tree Recycling Time

There are several different ways to make sure that your Christmas tree is a gift to our local environment. Events Specialist Micaela Aguilar with BVSWMA says you can take the tree directly to Twin Oaks Land Fill or the compost facility, or just leave it curbside on your neighborhood brush and bulky debris day in […]

Starting 2014 Drought-Free

After three years, Brazos Valley is officially out of the drought. State Climatologist and A&M professor John Nielsen-Gammon says in 2013, Easterwood Airport measured 39 inches of rain, which is only half an inch under the average. Nielsen-Gammon says for the first time since December of 2010, less than half of Texas is in drought, […]

BBB’s Bill McGuire on WTAW

Local Better Business Bureau President Bill McGuire discusses the recent information breach at Target, tips for reporting fraudulent activity on your statement, and more. Click below to listen to President Bill McGuire visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.

Tribute to Ben Downs Ticket Deadline This Week

Next Thursday, January 9, there’s an opportunity to kick off your new year with fine dining, lively music, and playfulness, all for a good cause. Executive Director Deborah Cowman says at this year’s Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History fundraising dinner, she’s very excited to honor Bryan Broadcasting’s General Manager, Ben Downs. Cowman says it […]

Undetermined Cause of CS Townhome Fire

College Station fire investigators have not determined a cause of a residential fire Thursday night. Fire department spokesman Bart Humphreys says it started in a garage of a townhome fourplex and moved into the attic. The townhome that caught fire was one of the middle units. Humphreys says it took 30 minutes to get the […]

CS’ Jay Socol on WTAW

College Station Director of Public Communications Jay Socol discusses Christmas tree recycling, deadline of January 10th to sign up for volunteer boards and committees, and other topics on The Infomaniacs, Friday, 27 December. Click below to listen to Jay Socol’s visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.

Bryan Councilman Al Saenz on WTAW

Single member district 1 Bryan City Councilman Al Saenz discusses the feel of the new council, areas for improvement, representation and distribution of funds, and more during an appearance on The Infomaniacs, Thursday, 26 December. Click below to listen to newly re-elected Councilman Al Saenz visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.  

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