Two Brazos County District Court Juries Deliver Guilty Verdicts In Criminal Cases

Two Brazos County district court juries handed down guilty verdicts in criminal trials this week. One jury took 12 minutes to convict a man for family violence assault with prior convictions. 35 year old Trumaine Carter of Bryan, who was described by the district attorney’s office as a career domestic violence abuser, was found guilty […]

College Station School District Approves More Than $5 Million In Deferred Maintenance Projects

More than five million dollars of renovation work will be done this summer at three College Station school district campuses. That follows school board approval using bond money approved by voters in 2015. Facilities director Jon Hall says this includes a second phase of improvements at South Knoll elementary, which includes new flooring and a […]

Texas A&M System Board Of Regents Adopt A Resolution Honoring George H.W. Bush

Resolutions approved at this week’s meeting of the Texas A&M system board of regents included one honoring George H.W. Bush. Before the unanimous vote adopting a resolution titled “Pledging the Perpetual Commitment of The Texas A&M University System to Honor the Life and Legacy of President George H.W. Bush”, regents chairman Charles Schwartz of Houston […]

Texas Senate Committee Assignments Are Announced, Brazos County Senator Is On Six Committees

Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick has announced committee assignments in the state senate. Charles Schwertner, whose district includes Brazos and most surrounding counties, was named to six committees. Schwertner is vice-chairman of the intergovernmental relations committee and will also serve on transportation, agriculture, business and commerce, veterans affairs, and border security. Click HERE to read and […]

College Station Councilman Dennis Maloney on WTAW

College Station Councilman Dennis Maloney visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about his return to city council, developing Wolf Pen Creek, his agenda for 2019, his current view of College Station, bringing business into the community, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Friday, January 18, 2019. Listen to “College Station Councilman Dennis Maloney […]

State Representative Kyle Kacal on WTAW

State Representative Kyle Kacal visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about the partial government shutdown, funding public education, health and human services, his prediction for committee appointments, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Friday, January 18, 2019. Listen to “State Representative Kyle Kacal on The Infomaniacs” on Spreaker.

United Way Of The Brazos Valley Update

WTAW’s Bill Oliver visits with Dena Day of United Way of the Brazos Valley partner agency Easter Seals of Greater Houston. Listen to “United Way of the Brazos Valley update, January 14 2019” on Spreaker.

Man Hit by Vehicle is Hospitalized

The intersection of George Bush Dr. and Wellborn Rd was closed for about three hours after a pedestrian was hit by vehicle. According to the College Station police news release, the man entered the roadway in the crosswalk, but was not permitted by the crosswalk indicator lights. The man was struck by a vehicle traveling […]

New Texas A&M New Parking Garage And Attached Multipurpose Building Are Approved By The Board Of Regents

Construction on Texas A&M’s next parking garage starts in March. That follows approval of a $78 million dollar project at Thursday’s board of regents meeting. Parking lot 50 next to the emerging technologies building will be the location of the five story Polo garage that will hold nearly 1,700 vehicles. And the system’s facilities director, […]

Retiring Blinn College Trustee Atwood Kenjura Remembers 43 Years Of Service

The Blinn College board of trustees will have four new members from Washington County this year. The month after appointing two members to fill unexpired terms, two more have announced they are not running for re-election. One is David Sommer, who is stepping down after eight years. And Atwood Kenjura is retiring after 43 years. […]

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