CS Council Finishes Long Legal Battle and Approves Rock Prairie Road Reconstruction

More than six years of legal battles are over for the College Station city council regarding land at the freeway and Rock Prairie Road. Before anyone considered the idea of building the Scott and White hospital, the council refused rezoning the land to build a Wal-Mart. That led to a lawsuit where the city spent […]

Former Bryan Reserve Officer Jailed Again

Having a friend help install smartphone apps led to the arrest of a former Bryan police reserve officer last September. This week, a Brazos County grand jury indicted 62 year old Dennis Fraley of Wixon Valley for having 58 photos of two girls that are considered to be child pornography. Fraley was also indicted for […]

Have You Seen This Young Man?

From the city of College Station: Have you seen Daniel Isaiah Pham (who goes by Isaiah)? Isaiah is a 15 year old male, approximately 5’8″ tall, 110-120 pounds with short brown hair and dark brown eyes. He was last seen in the 1300 blk of Merry Oaks in College Station at approximately 10 p.m. on […]

CS City Councilman Steve Aldrich on WTAW

College Station City Councilman Steve Aldrich discussed his recent trip to Belgium with a local delegation for the dedication of the Aggies go to War project, growth in the area, his thoughts on fracking, a natatorium, and more during a visit on The Infomaniacs Friday, December 19. Click below to listen to Councilman Steve Aldrich’s discussion with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.  

UPDATE: Man Hospitalized After He Was Struck By A Train

Thursday evening update that includes corrected time of incident: A 19-year-old man remains hospitalized after he was hit by a train in College Station Wednesday night shortly before 11 p.m. Union Pacific officials say the man, whose identity has not been released, report his injuries are no longer considered to be life threatening. No one […]

A&M System Board of Regents Cancels Meeting To Rename Academic Building

Thanks to Governor Perry’s office for the following excerpt from his convocation speech: Upon deep reflection, I have informed the Board of Regents of my decision to politely decline this great honor. I do so because certain places on this campus, like our most sacred traditions, transcend any one individual. They are bigger than any […]

Bryan ISD Hires First Ever Fulltime Lawyer

Not a part this year’s Bryan school budget and not included in any minutes of past school board meetings, comes the creation and hiring of the district’s first attorney. According to a news release, responsibilities will include reviewing contracts associated with the recently passed bond issue and increasing staff efficiency by going in-house instead of […]

A&M System Sells Interest of Biocorridor Business to Japanese Corporation

A $40 million dollar investment made by the state in a biocorridor-based pharmaceutical company founded by the Texas A&M system will be covered by a sale to a Japanese based corporation. The Austin American Statesman reports the system will receive between two and five times their original investment in Kalon Biotherapeutics by selling 49 percent […]

College Station School Board Interested in 2015 Bond Election

College Station property owners could be deciding two bond issues next year. The College Station school board during its workshop on Tuesday authorized administrators to form another community planning committee which would work next spring. Before the board makes a final decision next August, there was agreement to meet with the city council. That’s after […]

Free Flu Shots

Release courtesy of the Brazos County Health Department The Brazos County Health Department will be providing free flu shots on Thursday, December 18, 2014 at the Brazos Valley African American Museum located at 500 E. Pruitt Street in Bryan. In honor of the health department providing services for 75 years in Brazos County, 75 vaccines […]

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