Williams, Hogg Lead Aggies to Come-from-Behind Win over Georgia

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP)– Texas A&M wiped out a 13-point second-half deficit to defeat Georgia 63-62 on Saturday in one of the season’s odder endings. The Bulldogs had the final possession trailing by one, but the clock inadvertently stopped with 5.6 seconds remaining. Georgia’s J.J. Frazier dribbled the ball near the top of the key, […]

UPDATE: George H.W. and Barbara Bush Are Hospitalized

Update Saturday, January 21 2017:   Update Friday at 12:20 p.m. Family spokesman Jim McGrath says former President George H.W. Bush is breathing on his own “with minimal supplemental oxygen.” Barbara Bush is expected to remain hospitalized “over the weekend as a precaution.” Mr. and Mrs. Bush were joined by their son Neil and daughter […]

Chilifest 2017 Entertainment Lineup

Organizers of the 2017 Chilifest in Snook have announced this year’s entertainment lineup. The headliner on Saturday night, April 1, is Lynyrd Skynyrd. Preceding Lynyrd Skynyrd is Cody Johnson, Wade Bowen, Jason Boland & The Stragglers, and Shane Smith and the Saints. The headliners for Friday night, March 31, is Reckless Kelly and William Clark Green. Other […]

Biocorridor Groundbreaking of ViaSat’s Texas Headquarters

Groundbreaking took place Thursday morning in the biocorridor on the new home of the Texas operations of a worldwide broadband services and technology company, which began in Bryan in 1996. ViaSat Wireless, which acquired Net Near You in 2014, currently has 130 jobs with a payroll of $7 million dollars. ViaSat plans to double those […]

Fedora tabbed AMCHS head football coach

College Station native Lee Fedora was named head football coach and athletic coordinator for A&M Consolidated High School today by Superintendent of Schools Dr. Clark Ealy. The CSISD Board of Trustees is expected to confirm the hire at a specially-called meeting on Monday, January 23, in the Main Entrance Foyer of A&M Consolidated High School […]

College Station City Council Revisiting Roadway Impact Fees

The city of College Station has identified $207 million dollars of street needs in the next ten years. As previously reported, this is the first month of a roadway maintenance fee that is part of College Station utility bills. Two months ago, the College Station city council approved a roadway impact fee on the construction […]

Brazos County Commissioners Pass Resolution Opposing Texas Supreme Court Charging For Locally Produced Documents

Brazos County Commissioners are opposed to the state supreme court charging for records that originate at the county level. County judge Duane Peters says this comes after Brazos County paid a lot of money to upgrade its computer software for court records.   In addition to a resolution approved by commissioners, district court clerk Marc […]

College Station Council Member Julie Schultz on WTAW

Julie Schultz, council member and mayor pro tem for the City of College Station, discussed the concrete vs asphalt road issue, roadway impact fees, the future of development committees, and more during her appearance on The Infomaniacs on Friday, January 20. Click below to hear Julie Schultz visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. JulieSchultz012017

Congressman Bill Flores on WTAW

Representative Bill Flores of Bryan (R-TX) discussed President Obama’s last minute pardons, Inauguration Day, the replacement plan for Obamacare, and more during his weekly Washington update on The Infomaniacs on Friday, January 20. Click below to hear Bill Flores visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. BillFlores012017

Corps of Cadets Celebrate New Facility

The Texas A&M Corps of Cadets is hosting a grand opening event Friday afternoon to celebrate their newest facility, the Dorothy and Arthur McFerrin ’65 Parsons Mounted Cavalry Headquarters, located at Fiddler’s Green. General Joe Ramirez, Commandant of the Corps, said the new building is 4,000 square-feet of multi-purpose space. “We were in bad need […]

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