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CS Man Arrested After Strangulation, Car Chase

A College Station man is in custody after family violence and a car chase Thursday night. Lieutenant Chuck Fleeger says Paul Mitchell, 38, is accused of punching, threatening with a knife, and strangling his girlfriend in front of her six children, before leading police on a chase that lasted 25 minutes with the children in […]

Mayor Pro Tem Karl Mooney on WTAW

College Station Mayor Pro Tem Karl Mooney discusses neighborhood integrity, safety, and use of funds, and more during an appearance on The Infomaniacs, Friday, 20 December. Click below to listen to CS Councilman Karl Mooney visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.  

Bryan’s Ryan Stout on WTAW

Video production specialist Ryan Stout with the city of Bryan discussed virtual connection to city, including the website, public service announcements, and more during an appearance on The Infomaniacs, Thursday, 19 December. Click below to listen to video production specialist Ryan Stout visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.

Mall Burglars Flee, Crash

A robbery at Post Oak Mall and a subsequent car chase and crash kept College Station police busy early this morning, thanks to information from a witness. Lieutenant Chuck Fleeger says Brandon Mendez of Bryan, 18, the driver, was caught after losing control of his car on the northbound freeway service road at Martin Luther […]

Bryan Councilman Paul Madison on WTAW

Former Bryan city council member Paul Madison discusses things accomplished, things he would have liked to accomplish, and city growth, among other things, on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, 18 December.  

Police Promote Watch Website

If you wish you had better communication with your neighbors about safety in your neighborhood, you’re in luck. Lieutenant Chuck Fleeger with the College Station Police Department says a website called, “nextdoor.com” allows you to discuss activities and concerns in your specific area. Fleeger says by entering your address, you will be able to coordinate […]

Aggravated Robbery in CS

Another aggravated robbery took place in College Station last night. Two people were walking together in a neighborhood near the intersection of Holik Drive and Charles Court when a man demanded their wallets at gunpoint. No one was injured. Additional information courtesy of the College Station Police Department Aggravated Robbery  On December 17, 2013 around […]

Eric Hurt New CS Fire Chief

College Station has a new fire chief. Eric Hurt, who has been with the department for thirty-two years and served in almost every job position, has been interim chief since the retirement of R.B. Alley in June. Click below to listen to Fire Chief Eric Hurt’s visit with WTAW’s Kat McMullen. Additional information courtesy of […]

Congressman Bill Flores on WTAW

U.S. Representative Bill Flores (R-TX) of Bryan discusses more challenges with Obamacare, a bill to help veterans become entrepreneurs, upcoming Congressional discussion topics,  and more during his weekly Washington update on The Infomaniacs, Tuesday, 17 December. Click below to listen to Congressman Bill Flores’ discussion with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.

25th Texas Plant Protection Conference in Bryan

Last week, there were a record number of attendees at the 25th Texas Plant Protection Association Conference in Bryan. Speaker and director of Texas A&M Agrilife Research Craig Nessler says their goal is to get information out to farmers to help protect plants from disease and damage, because nature is always changing. Nessler says the […]

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