College Station Mayor Nancy Berry on WTAW

College Station Mayor Nancy Berry discussed pedestrian safety in light of recent fatality and injury accidents, impact fees and tax rates, her appointment to the Blinn board of trustees, and more during her regular appearance on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, November 25. Click below to listen to Mayor Nancy Berry visit with WTAW’s Scott Delucia 

DWI Arrests Following Weekend Crashes in College Station

A Bryan woman with five prior DWI convictions is in jail, accused of driving drunk and causing a three vehicle crash in College Station Saturday night on Texas near Walton. Police report two people in other vehicles were taken to the hospital for treatment of undisclosed injuries, including a woman who was eight months pregnant. […]

CS Council Decides To Hold Workshop To Increase Safety Of Pedestrians & Bicyclists

The College Station city council is interested in improving traffic safety following recent deaths of two pedestrians and a bicyclist who was struck and hospitalized last weekend. Karl Mooney’s call for a workshop discussion received no opposition at this week’s council meeting. Assistant city manager and former police chief Jeff Capps says it’s already been […]

United Way of the Brazos Valley Update

United Way of the Brazos Valley Vice President of Community Impact Lindsey LeBlanc visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about volunteering for UWBV’s community impact grant committee and announces contributions can be made on the agency’s Facebook page.

Time To Consider Adopting A Christmas Angel

Bryan Broadcasting’s annual Christmas Angels gift drive is underway. Promotions Director Katy Dempsey says trees are now at both Blue Baker locations in College Station, on Dominik and University, each filled with Angels tags. The Texas Department of Health and Human Services selects the children, who are ages newborn through 12 years, living throughout the […]

Bryan City Council To Receive ADA Consultant’s Report Tuesday

Tuesday is the first full meeting for two new members of the Bryan city council. Items on the council’s workshop agenda includes the results of a study to meet requirements of the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA). City Engineer Paul Kaspar, who is also in charge of the city complying with the ADA, invited the […]

CS Animal Control Looking For Two Dogs

From College Station police: On 11/23/15, College Station Animal Control received report of an animal bite that occurred on 11/22/15 at the dog park on West Ridge. The victim was breaking up two dogs fighting with each other. The victim sustained injuries and is having the injury medically treated. The victim described one of the […]

UPDATE: Bryan Police Still Looking For Murder Suspect

Update: Bryan police are still looking for those responsible for the murder of a Bryan man who was shot inside his car near his home Saturday morning. According to online court records, 30 year old Broderick Turner was out of jail on bond awaiting trial on five criminal charges when he was killed. Officer Kelley […]

Celebrating 125 Years of the Red Kettle

The Salvation Army is celebrating 125 years of the Red Kettle this year. It began as a local San Francisco fundraiser featuring a single crab pot in 1891. Today, the Red Kettle Campaign is one of the most recognizable charitable campaigns in the United States. Lt. Jeremy Walker of The Salvation Army of Bryan/College Station […]

UPDATE: CS Police Report Two Pedestrians And A Bicyclist Were Hit In Separate Incidents

Sunday evening update: College Station police report one of two pedestrians struck early Saturday morning on George Bush Drive at Dexter has died. 21 year old Jaten Kennedy, a Texas A&M student from Lubbock, was taken off life support Sunday. CSPD reports Kennedy was surrounded by family at the time of his death. Original story: […]

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