Bryan School Board Begins Discussion Of How To Comply With The State’s New School Bus Seat Belt Law

This week’s Bryan school board meeting included the first discussion of addressing the increased cost of running buses. That’s after the legislature passed Senate Bill 693, which requires seat belts with harnesses on new buses. Bryan ISD communications director Brandon Webb says there are two sides to the seat belt debate; the side that prevents […]

City of Bryan Update on WTAW

Meagan Brown, BTU Energy Accounts Manager, discussed Youth Tour during her appearance on The Infomaniacs on Thursday, November 16. Click below to hear Meagan Brown visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. MeaganBrown111617

My Aggie Nation Podcast: Where will the Aggies go bowling?

With two games remaining in the regular season and Texas A&M picking up the all-important sixth win over New Mexico Saturday, hosts Travis L. Brown, Zach Taylor and former Texas A&M defensive lineman Jay Arnold break down where the Aggies could end up this bowl season.  

Deadline Approaching To Enter 91st B/CS Christmas Parade

A reminder that the deadline to register for the 91st Bryan/College Station Christmas parade is Friday at 5 p.m. Those who participate in the B/CS parade the afternoon of Sunday, December 2 are also invited to be a part of the Christmas parade in downtown Bryan the evening of Friday, December 8. Click HERE to […]

Have You Seen These People?

Bryan police has released video of two people accused of using a stolen credit card to make approximately $1,800 dollars of purchases at the Walmart on Briarcrest and the Bryan Target on August 14. If you recognize these persons of interest please contact BPD Investigative Assistant Nani Santos at 979-209-5320 or Crime Stoppers at 979-775-TIPS. […]

One Brazos County District Court Jury Issues The Death Penalty & A Second Jury Is Dismissed Following A Guilty Plea

BRYAN, Texas (AP) _ A man has been sentenced to death for the slayings of six people at a remote East Texas campsite in 2015. A Brazos County jury deliberated about 45 minutes Wednesday before deciding 35-year-old William Hudson should be face execution. The same jury last week found Hudson guilty on three counts of […]

College Station School Board Proceeds With Refurbishing Middle Schools To Separate Identities With High Schools

The College Station school board is moving ahead with giving identities to the district’s middle schools that are not related to College Station and Consolidated high schools. Tuesday night’s vote authorizes spending almost $1.8 million dollars in what the board says is deferred maintenance. This includes new millwork, flooring, paint, and graphics. Board members agreed […]

Funeral Service Held For Eight Members Of One Family Murdered In Sutherland Springs

SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas (AP) _ The Latest on the funeral for some victims of the Texas church shooting (all times local): 1:30 p.m. A funeral service for eight members of one family who were among the more than two dozen killed in a shooting at a small Texas church has gotten under way with 3,000 […]

Some CS Council Members Not Happy With Latest Design And Cost Of New Police Department Building

Some members of the College Station city council were not happy with recommendations about the exterior design and cost of the city’s new police department. Julie Schultz offered the first reaction to three options of how the outside looked.   Jerome Rektorik and James Benham reacted to city staff and their outside consultant that three […]

Texas A&M’s First Dean Of Faculties Dies

A former Texas A&M history professor and administrator who became the university’s first dean of faculties has died. Haskell Monroe, who died Monday at the age of 86, was also a member of President Earl Rudder’s Aspirations Committee. In an interview with WTAW’s Tom Turbiville, Monroe recalled the recommendations Rudder received 50 years ago. The […]

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