Crash Closes Northbound Freeway in Bryan

A crash Thursday during the noon hour in the northbound lanes of the freeway in Bryan injured two people and diverted traffic to the frontage road. Bryan police report a truck towing a trailer just past the Highway 21 exit started swerving due to an unbalanced load. The truck lost control and rolled in the […]

Have You Seen This Person?

News release from the College Station police department: In August 2014, representatives from a local church met with police officials regarding an employee who was alleged to have stolen funds over a period of time. During an extensive follow up investigation, detectives with the College Station Police Department were able to determine that the suspect […]

Registration Continues for Lemonade Day & Invitation to Saturday’s Tasting Contest

Lemonade Day Bryan College Station co-founder, Lenae Scroggins, visited with WTAW’s Chelsea Reber. LenaeScroggins042215   Click HERE for more information about B/CS Lemonade Day registration and this Saturday’s tasting contest.

Dr. Len Berry to Receive Mays Business School Lifetime Achievement Award

This year’s recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Texas A&M Mays Business School is Dr. Leonard Berry. The public is invited to a reception Friday morning (4/24) from 8:30 until 10:30 in the Wehner Building’s Cocanougher Center. That will be followed by a speech from 10:30 a.m. until noon in Wehner 114, titled […]

City of College Station Seeks Feedback from Housing Survey

The City of College Station is conducting a housing survey in conjunction with its five-year consolidated planning process for grants received through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Community Development Analyst, Brian Piscacek, said regular planning and reporting is done to continue receiving grants. “After that we do a strategic plan where we […]

Bryan Police Respond To Citizen’s Report Of Shots Fired

A citizen’s report of hearing gunfire Wednesday afternoon resulted in several Bryan police officers responding to the area of Villa Maria and Cavitt. Sgt. Ryan Bona says concerned citizens reported suspicious activity based on two men reacting to the gunfire. The two men turned out to be an off-duty deputy and someone with a concealed […]

Recap of CSISD Board Meeting

Action at Tuesday night’s College Station school board meeting included the next projects approved by voters in the November 2013 bond issue. The board set the guaranteed maximum price for deferred maintenance at College Station Middle School (CSMS) and Rock Prairie Elementary. The total project budget is $2,445,085, which is $304,914 below the project planning […]

Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski on WTAW

Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski discussed the second year of the home builder incentive program, city response to fires that destroyed four trash trucks, plans for a skate park, and more during his regular appearance on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, April 22. Click below to listen to Mayor Jason Bienski visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.

Brazos County Acquiring Right of Way For Greens Prairie Trail Extension

Brazos County commissioners have reached an agreement to buy the land to extend Greens Prairie Trail from Wellborn Road to I & GN Road. County Judge Duane Peters says the project, which is supposed to be finished by May 1 2016, calls on a joint agreement with TxDOT and the city of College Station to […]

State Representative John Raney on WTAW

District 14 State Representative John Raney of Bryan the latest on HB 1903—limiting where Blinn College can spend revenue based on student contact hours, legislation dealing with fracking and city ordinances, and more during his regular update on The Infomaniacs Wednesday, April 22. Click below to listen to State Representative John Raney’s discussion with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.

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