The Bryan school district’s website now has information about the $132 million bond issue. Communications Director Brandon Webb says there is a general overview along voting information, a brochure, and a video tour of affected buildings featuring Superintendent Tommy Wallis. Click HERE to be directed to the Bryan ISD bond webpage. Click below for comments […]
Officer Kelley McKethan of the Bryan police department visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about recent tire and rim thefts valued at $19,000, a reminder to keep your vehicles locked, Saturday’s National Night Out kickoff event, a preview of the Texas Reds Festival that includes to bring a designated driver, and locations of increased traffic enforcement.
MADISONVILLE, Texas (AP) _ A Central Texas officer has been put on administrative duty after his police dog was found dead in his patrol SUV after his shift ended. Madisonville police Chief Chuck May said Tuesday that his department and Texas Rangers are investigating the accidental death of the dog named Baron. May says the […]
Tuesday afternoon update: The Bryan city council voted 5-0 during a special meeting Tuesday to grant its share of property tax breaks for the operator of the new plant-based vaccine manufacturing facility being built in the biocorridor. Kalon Biotherapeutics will receive more than $411,000 from Bryan and almost $1.1 million from College Station over a […]
If you have business to do at Robertson County’s new Historic Courthouse, call before you go. The district attorney’s Facebook page reports there’s been no phones, internet, and FAX service since Monday due to electrical problems. It is hoped all will be restored late Tuesday afternoon.
News release courtesy of Blinn College: Blinn College has attracted a record number of students from across the state for the second consecutive year, the College announced today. Fueled by strong growth on its Bryan campus and in its online course offerings, Blinn registered 19,317 students for the Fall 2014 semester, an increase of 4.9 […]
Since 1990, Habitat for Humanity in Bryan/College Station has overseen the construction of homes built and purchased by low income households with the assistance of volunteer labor and donations. Communications director Ryan Pierce says part of the agency’s 25th anniversary is starting their 250th home on October 4. Pierce says five homes were finished in […]
A North Zulch man is in jail, accused of walking into Pebble Creek Country Club and taking two membership cards from the clubhouse. College Station police found the cards on 19 year old Richard Westmoreland when he was arrested on an unrelated criminal trespassing charge earlier this month. The arrest report indicated no charges had […]
Alison Price of United Way of the Brazos Valley is joined by Mark Felton and Curtis Eckman of the Heart of Texas chapter of the American Red Cross.
HOUSTON (AP) _ Two individuals have been sentenced for their roles in a scheme that authorities say defrauded insurance companies of more than $3 million. Earlie Dickerson, a former office manager, was sentenced Monday in Houston federal court to 14 years in prison for recruiting individuals involved in auto accidents to be represented by a […]