The Downtown Bryan Association is holding its first Mardi Gras celebration Saturday. Events manager Amanda Reynolds says a variety of activities starts at 10 a.m., including crawfish races and a bead tossing contest for children, a celebrity bead tossing contest in the LaSalle Courtyard at 4 p.m., walking tours, and family activities at St. Andrew’s […]
Local business-owners are invited to participate in the 21st Newman 10 business performance award program. For businesses hesitant to toot their own horn, Steve Krusie of the Bryan Rotary Club said that’s not just okay, it’s encouraged. The Rotary Club co-sponsors the annual event with Newman Printing and the chamber of commerce. Award winners will […]
About 7,000 College Station Utility customers lost power this morning when a cat caused a transformer to fail. Crews had power restored by 6:30 a.m., but urged conservation to ease the load on the grid until substation repairs were complete. Director of Electric Utilities Timothy Crabb said the outage area affected the area east of Highway […]
A Bryan veterinarian is no stranger to the winners circle at the Westminster Dog Show, and this year she’s back on top. Dr. Renee Lara and her smooth-haired Dachshund “Olive” were awarded Best of Breed at this year’s show. She won the same prize 14 years ago with a German short-hair pointer in her first […]
College Station Mayor Nancy Berry discusses weather impact on city operations, electronic sign rules, hitting the 100K mark, and the upcoming Senior Games during her regular appearance on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, Feb. 19. Click below to listen to Mayor Nancy Berry visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.
U.S. Representative Bill Flores (R-TX) of Bryan discusses upcoming legislative activity, the NSA/Snowden issue, and the rise in food stamps for soldiers during his weekly Washington update on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, Feb. 19. Click below to listen to Congressman Bill Flores’ discussion with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.
Bryan Police continued their investigation Tuesday of a collision involving a pedestrian. Around 5 on Monday a truck was headed eastbound on William J. Bryan Parkway near N. Randolph Ave. when the driver struck a pedestrian in the middle of the roadway. The pedestrian, a 40 year old male, was flown to Scott and White […]
College Station police responded to a report of an armed robbery near Southwest Parkway East and Dartmouth Monday at 9:30 p.m. The victim reported being approached by two men, one of whom pointed a firearm at the victim while demanding the victim’s property. The victim fled and located a bystander who called 911. Officers were […]
College Station police responded to a reported robbery at an apartment complex on University Oaks Blvd. shortly before 9:30 p.m. Sunday. Officers said the suspect pointed a firearm at the victim and demanded the victim’s property. While investigating, officers were alerted to another robbery that occurred just prior to first one with similar circumstances and suspect […]
College Station Director of Public Communications Jay Socol discusses upcoming Earth Day events, Movie in the Park tonight, and social media impact on city government on The Infomaniacs, Feb. 14. Click below to listen to Jay Socol’s visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.