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What’s Happening At The Brazos Community Emergency Operations Center

Coronavirus has resulted in opening the Brazos Community Emergency Operations Center. The CEOC is a group of more than 40 elected and appointed officials from all the cities in Brazos County, the county, and Texas A&M that plans and executes future responses to coronavirus. Brazos County sheriff’s chief deputy Jim Stewart visited with reporters about […]

Recent Property Crime Arrests

Three women have been arrested on charges of taking nearly $4,000 dollars of clothing from the Victoria’s Secret store at Post Oak Mall last November. Arrested last week was 18 year old Tyana Webber of Bryan. According to the College Station police arrest report, Webber and the other women, 20 year old Skylett Duffie of […]

United Way Of The Brazos Valley Update With Partner Agency SOS Ministries

J.J. Ramirez of United Way of the Brazos Valley partner agency SOS (Save Our Streets) Ministries visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver. Listen to “United Way of the Brazos Valley update with partner agency SOS Ministries” on Spreaker.

Bryan Police Receive 23 Reports Of Unlocked Vehicle Burglaries On Saturday

On Saturday morning, Bryan police received reports of someone entering 23 unlocked vehicles. Nothing was taken from the majority of the vehicles. BPD reports the following locations: 200 block of Kosarek, six vehicles where losses included tools. 2900 block of Montana, nine vehicles were losses included a wallet. 4100 block of Old Hearne, six vehicles […]

Power Outages Follow Two Crashes In Bryan

Some occupants of a Bryan apartment complex were without power from shortly before 4:30 a.m. Saturday through Sunday afternoon. Bryan police reports a vehicle struck one of the buildings at Brookside apartments on East 29th. The vehicle drove through a wrought iron fence and a walking path before striking electric meters on the side of […]

BTU Reducing Electric Rates In April And May

The board at BTU has approved a rate reduction of 15 percent for its electric customers in the months of April and May. That’s the result of BTU paying less to produce power. Statement from BTU/city of Bryan: The Board of Directors of Bryan Texas Utilities (BTU) announced today that rate relief measures have been […]

First Grant Recipients Announced From Brazos Valley COVID-19 Relief Fund

United Way of the Brazos Valley and the Community Foundation of the Brazos Valley have announced the first recipients of the Brazos Valley COVID-19 relief fund. Grants totaling $210,000 dollars have been awarded to 14 small businesses and four non-profit agencies. Applications for the second round of funding will be accepted from 9:00 a.m. on […]

City of College Station Update on WTAW

Stuart Marrs from the College Station Fire Department visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about the fire department’s operational changes due to the coronavirus, resources for families, how to “play with fire”, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Friday, April 3, 2020. Listen to “CSFD's Stuart Marrs on The Infomaniacs” on Spreaker.

UPDATE: Brazos County’s CEOC Changes Its Request For Donations Of Personal Protective Equipment

UPDATE, April 3 2020: As officials in the Brazos Valley continue to respond to COVID-19, it is clear that our medical personnel and first responders need access to more Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). This is crucial to keep them safe, allowing them to continue serving the community. People in this region are known for coming […]

Launch Of #AtHomeInBCS Campaign

Bryan/College Station residents and businesses are invited to check out and participate in a new community website, athomeinbcs.com. Chamber of Commerce president Glen Brewer says this allows residents to connect with businesses, attractions, and events during shelter in place. Other participants in the new campaign are the cities of College Station and Bryan, the Brazos […]

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