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Texas DFPS Spokeswoman Julie Moody Explains CPS Review

Texas Department of Family and Protective Services spokeswoman Julie Moody explained the significance of a four month review of the department’s inner workings and plans to improve, among other things, time spent with children and families from 26% to closer to 40%. Click below to listen to comments from Julie Moody with WTAW’s Patrick Zeinert Additional […]

UPDATE: Hwy 6 Reopens Following Chemical Spill in Train Derailment South of Navasota

Update 5 p.m. The TxDOT office in Bryan reports by 6 p.m. the northbound inside lane of SH 6 will be open to one-lane of traffic at the train derailment. There is damage to the bridge that prevents the outside lane from being open. Update 1:50 p.m. The TxDOT office in Bryan reports the southbound […]

Police Seek Four in Pharmacy Smash and Grab

The Scott and White pharmacy has been burglarized for the third time in as many weeks, and College Station Police have released a video to the public for help identifying the suspects. The two and a half minute video shows four black males who police describe as between five-six and five-ten break into the front […]

Fire Closes Two Businesses Near Northgate

Two local businesses were temporarily closed after a fire which started around 3:15 p.m. Wednesday. Six College Station Fire Department units and one from Bryan responded to the 100 block of Nagle and had the fire under control before 4 p.m. Officials said there was no fire damage to either Lippman Music or Jins Asian Cafe, and both […]

Rep. Flores Appointed to Conference Committee on Veterans Care Bill

The push to clear out the VA hospital backlog of veterans waiting for treatment got a shot in the arm on Capitol Hill Wednesday. House Speaker John Boehner named Representative Bill Flores of Bryan to the Conference Committee on Veteran’s Health Care. Flores was one of eight Republicans named to the 14 member committee. The Senate was […]

CSPD Seeks Help in Theft, Burglary, Fraud Cases

The College Station Police Department is asking for public assistance to identify a suspect involved in several thefts, burglaries and credit card abuse cases. Officers responded Monday to reports involving two different victims. They say the suspect entered two different fitness facilities and broke into lockers. Missing property included credit cards and short time later their […]

Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski on WTAW

Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski discussed rising property values, current construction projects, the current city charter petition, Blinn College expansion, and more during his regular appearance on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, June 18. Click below to listen to Mayor Jason Bienski visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.

Congressman Bill Flores on WTAW

U.S. Representative Bill Flores (R-TX) of Bryan discussed private sector help for veterans seeking VA treatment, the latest IRS woes, Iraq concerns, and more during his weekly Washington update on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, June 18. Click below to listen to Congressman Bill Flores’ discussion with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.

Governor’s Race Heats Up, Perry Dreams of California?

California Dreamin’? Governor Rick Perry has made persuading top employers to move to Texas a centerpiece of his administration. California has been a prime target, with what Perry calls the Golden State’s high-tax, over-regulated ways. But a New York Times Magazine story Tuesday said Perry told the reporter “he loves California” and “might even move” […]

Driverless Shipping Above Texas Interstates Could Improve Safety, Congestion

Interstate highway travel could be getting a little smoother in coming years. That’s if a Texas Transportation Institute plan to move some 18-wheeler freight above the roadway proves feasible. Dr. Stephen Roop, Senior Reseach Scientist for TTI on the A&M campus said the system, called Freight Shuttle, is track-based. He said it’s it’s not like rail […]

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