College Station School Board Approves District Of Innovation Plan

Ten recommendations for the College Station school district to take local control of what are now state laws have been approved by the school board. The action to become a district of innovation followed comments from one public speaker. School board candidate Jackie Huff questioned the district deciding how much time teachers get to plan […]

Bryan City Council Sorts Out Naming Member To The BCAD Board Of Directors

Business at one of the Bryan city council’s six meetings this week included what is typically a routine appointment to the Brazos Central Appraisal District (BCAD) board of directors. When Greg Owens nominated and mayor Andrew Nelson seconded naming former mayor Jason Bienski, they were told former councilman Art Hughes was interested in serving a […]

Recapping Arrests Of Four More Local Repeat Offenders

Bryan police officers were sent at three in the morning to the parking lot of an office building off Briarcrest near the freeway, about a block east of Stripes, on the report of someone yelling for help. According to the arrest report, officers found a man outside a parked pickup who was soaking wet. The […]

Bryan Fire Department’s William Bouse on WTAW

City of Bryan deputy fire marshal William Bouse visits with WTAW’s Chelsea Reber about Thanksgiving fire safety. WilliamBouse111617

Bryan Police Update

Officer Kelley McKethan of the Bryan police department visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about BPD’s Blue Angels holiday program, job openings, recruiting for the next Citizens Police Academy, and shares locations of increased traffic enforcement.  

City of College Station Update on WTAW

City Manager Kelly Templin discussed the local economy, the new police department, the future of city hall, Research Valley Partnership, taxes, the new look of the city council, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Friday, November 17. Click below to hear Kelly Templin visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. KellyTemplin111717

Congressman Bill Flores on WTAW

Representative Bill Flores of Bryan (R-TX) discussed the House-passage of Tax Cuts and Job Act, Congress’ payout for settlement of sexual harassment and other harassment cases, and more during his visit on The Infomaniacs on Friday, November 17. Click below to hear Bill Flores visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. BillFlores111717

Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission Joins The Investigation Of The Death Of A Texas State Fraternity Pledge

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ State alcohol regulators have opened an investigation into the death of a Texas State University fraternity pledge after an initiation ritual. The university about 50 miles (80 kilometers) south of Austin, Texas, suspended all fraternity and sorority chapters after Matt Ellis was found unresponsive Monday at an off-campus apartment. The 20-year-old […]

Bryan Council Learns Of Two New Eastside Business Developments

This week’s Bryan city council meeting included information about two eastside businesses. Deputy city manager Hugh Walker reported a site plan was submitted by those building a Hooters restaurant in the Premiere Cinema plaza. And Walker reported owners of the Colony Park shopping center, where Kroger is located off Boonville Road, have also submitted a […]

One Month To Go For Employees In The Texas A&M System To Learn Their New Payroll And HR System

For the first time in 35 years, the more than 10,000 employees at Texas A&M and more than 26,000 throughout the A&M system are dealing with a new way to process payroll and other human resources functions. A&M vice president of human resources, Barbara Abercrombie, presented an update during this week’s faculty senate meeting. The […]

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