Bryan City Council Approves The Sale Of Former Fire Station #2

A former Bryan fire station is returning to the property tax rolls. That’s after the city council approved selling the recently closed fire station number two at Cavitt and Dellwood for $315,000 dollars. City manager Kean Register says the buyer is a local family that plans to turn the building into a guitar manufacturing shop. […]

Bryan Police Take One Into Custody And Search For Two Others Accused Of A Residential Attempted Armed Robbery

Bryan police are looking for two suspects and got a third out of a house, following an attempted armed robbery just before 4 p.m. Tuesday in the area of Palasota and Groesbeck. BPD reports at least three people…some armed…are accused of going to a home on Flanagan Street and assaulting the homeowner. Two of the […]

Dennis Maloney Wins College Station City Council Runoff

Final unofficial total in the College Station city council runoff election: Dennis Maloney 1225 Elizabeth Cunha 852 Canvassing and the swearing in ceremony will take place on December 19. Early voting totals from the Brazos County elections office: Dennis Maloney: 696 Elizabeth Cunha: 511 One person participated in early voting but did not choose a […]

UPDATE: Fatality Crash Closes Highway 30 Near Carlos

Update: A head on crash that closed Highway 30 west of Carlos Tuesday for more than five hours killed a woman from Marble Falls and injured a man from Waller. DPS investigators were told a westbound car driven by 20 year old Amanda Irish was passing in a no passing zone when it struck an […]

DNA Evidence Results in Montgomery Man Arrested for Multiple Burglaries & Attempted Assaults

DNA evidence is used by College Station police to arrest a Montgomery man on four counts of apartment burglaries and attempting to assault female residents. Police chief Scott McCollum says since the first case in October of 2015, CSPD has taken at least 14 reports of similar nature. In the most recent case, on November […]

City Of Bryan Hires Out Of Town Lawyer And Answers Planet K Sign Lawsuit

Tuesday’s Bryan city council meeting includes the first discussion behind closed doors since the city responded to a lawsuit filed by a business fighting to keep a sign in its front yard. Six weeks ago, the Austin corporation that owns Planet K adult novelty stores sued the city and Bryan’s zoning board of adjustments over […]

College Station PD Burglary Arrest Follows Witness Report

An alert homeowner contacted College Station police Sunday night near midnight reporting someone was trying to get into her two vehicles parked outside her home in the Emerald Forest neighborhood. According to the arrest report, when 19 year old Nicholas Crum saw the patrol vehicle, he started walking towards the officer. Crum was arrested for […]

Union Pacific Closing More Rural Brazos County Crossings & Locomotive 4141 Stops In Omaha

Some who live west of the Union Pacific railroad tracks between Wellborn and Millican will be restricted Wednesday when they can get in and out of their homes. Brazos County commissioner Steve Aldrich, who represents those living in the affected area, says UP will close Schehin and High Prairie Roads Wednesday between 9 and 3 […]

United Way Of The Brazos Valley Update

United Way of the Brazos Valley president Alison Prince and Jerry Gritter of UWBV partner agency Texas Ramp Project visit with WTAW’s Bill Oliver. Listen to “United Way of the Brazos Valley update, December 10 2018” on Spreaker.

$1.6 Million Dollar Renovation Underway At Bryan’s Burton Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant

Bryan’s public works director, Jayson Barfknecht, visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about the $1.6 million dollar renovation that is underway at the Burton Creek wastewater treatment plant…which is located east of the freeway along the city limits with College Station. Listen to “$1.6 million dollar renovation underway at Bryan's Burton Creek wastewater treatment plant” on […]

Listen Live to WTAW 1620
Enter to Win a Tankless Water Heater
Half Price Tuition
Salvation Army and WTAW

© 2018 WTAW. All Rights Reserved. Log in -