Bryan PAC Asking City Council To Overturn City Secretary’s Recommendation & Update On Local Filings

A special meeting of the Bryan city council is being held Monday at noon, in part to decide whether a political action committee collected enough signatures to ask voters to consider ten changes to the city charter in this November’s election. The Bryan New Directions PAC has sent a letter to the council asking they […]

Bryan Animal Control Looking For A Pit Bull

The Bryan Animal Services Division is asking for the public’s help in locating a dog that bit a person on August 14, 2017 around 8:30 AM near the intersection of Northwood and Woodville Road in Bryan, TX. The animal was described as a Pitbull with black and white spots and was last seen on Woodville […]

Speeding Leads To Six Figure Drug Bust In Leon County

From the Texas Department of Public Safety: The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) seized 53 pounds of Xanax and 13 pounds of Hydrocodone after a traffic stop Thursday on I-45 in Leon County. A DPS Trooper stopped the 2015 Chevrolet Impala for a speeding violation at approximately 9:55 p.m. A subsequent search of the […]

City of Houston, Texas Central Sign Agreement on High Speed Train

News release courtesy of Texas Central: HOUSTON [Aug. 17, 2017] – In a city whose official seal boasts a train as a symbol of progress, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and the Texas Central railroad company reached agreement today to work together on an economic development and jobs-creating plan for a bullet train that will revolutionize […]

CSPD Looking for Two Armed Robbery Suspect

Just before 2 a.m. on Friday, College Station police officers responded to the Super 8 on Texas Avenue for a robbery. According to the report, two black men pointed a handgun at the victim and stole money from the register, the victim’s purse and another man’s wallet. The suspects fled the scene before officers arrived. […]

Texas Aggies Go To War Exhibit Opens at Texas A&M

The Texas Aggies Go To War exhibit is now open at Texas A&M’s Memorial Student Center. The original exhibit, more than twice the size, debuted nearly three years ago in Belgium to mark the 70th anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge. John Adams, Executive Director, says this exhibit displays some of the choice items […]

CS Councilwoman Blanche Brick on WTAW

Blanche Brick, Place 1 – College Station City Council, discussed the Chimney Hill development, the proposed tax rate increase, and more during her appearance on The Infomaniacs on Friday, August 18. Click below to hear Blanche Brick visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. BlancheBrick081817

Congressman Bill Flores on WTAW

Representative Bill Flores of Bryan (R-TX) discussed North Korea, the Charlottesville, Virginia tragedy, Texas A&M University’s decision to cancel a White Lives Matter rally, Texas’ energy economy, what Congress has ahead, and more during his Washington update on The Infomaniacs on Friday, August 18. Click below to hear Bill Flores visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. […]

Texas A&M Self-Driving Shuttle Needs Volunteer Passengers

The Texas A&M Transportation Institute, in partnership with Transportation Services and the Department of Mechanical Engineering, is testing a self-driving shuttle to improve campus mobility. Bob Brydia, Senior Research Scientist, says the autonomous shuttle service would be geared primarily to mobility disadvantaged people. “It’s a very large campus, it can take a significant amount of […]

Bryan Police Update

Bryan Police Officer Kelley McKethan visits with WTAW’s Chelsea Reber about back to school safety, National Night Out, and more during her appearance on WTAW. KelleyMcKethan081517

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