Karan Watson Removed As Texas A&M Provost

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) – Texas A&M has removed a provost and executive vice president from her post after an audit found “significant” conflicts of interest after university contracts were awarded to a business run by her spouse. Documents obtained by The Eagle newspaper show in the seven years that Provost Karan Watson held her […]

Two More Drivers With Multiple Driving Arrests & Suspensions Are Picked Up Again

A Bryan woman’s driving record has had her in jail on two consecutive days this week, three times since mid-June, and five times this year. 21 year old Katyeonsha Williams is again out on bond following her latest arrest, which was Monday night around 9:30. That’s when a Bryan policeman, according to the arrest report, […]

75 Years For Sexually Assaulting Three Girls & 10 Years For Making Crack Cocaine

A Bryan man is going to prison for 75 years for sexually assaulting three girls. A Brazos County district court jury this week found 41 year old Jose Rojas-Meliton guilty of one count of aggravated sexual assault. The victim, who was 13 at the time of the attack 17 years ago, was among those who […]

Different Decisions On Pay Raises By Local School Boards As A Brazos Valley Lawmaker Calls To Add Teacher Retirement Benefits To The Special Session

Update: Governor Abbott early Thursday morning added to his list of special session topics: Legislation to increase the average salary and benefits (including TRS-Care) of Texas teachers; and legislation to provide a more flexible and rewarding salary and benefit system for Texas teachers. Legislation establishing a statewide commission to study and recommend improvements to the […]

City of Bryan Update on WTAW

Joey Dunn, Bryan Deputy City Manager, discussed the library system, Coulter Field, city development, Downtown Bryan, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Thursday, July 20. Click below to hear Joey Dunn visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. JoeyDunn072017

Bicyclist Killed In West Bryan

From Bryan police: July 19, 2017 at 7:15 p.m. a major accident occurred in the 700 block of N Harvey Mitchell Pkwy. A motorized bicycle pulled out of the parking lot of the VFW crossing lanes of traffic when it was struck by a truck traveling northbound in the inside lane. The bicyclist succumbed to […]

My Aggie Nation Podcast: Media Day Blitz

In this week’s episode, hosts Travis L. Brown and Zach Taylor recap all of the biggest A&M story lines from SEC Media Days and Big 12 Media Days, including head coach Kevin Sumlin’s hot seat and Texas head coach Tom Herman’s comments on renewing the annual game with Texas A&M.

Road Rage On Highway 21 West Of Bryan

Authorities are looking for a motorcyclist accused of striking a woman’s car twice early Tuesday evening along Highway 21 near the RELLIS campus west of Bryan. Brazos County sheriff’s chief deputy Jim Stewart was told the biker was not able to pass the car on the Highway 47 overpass merging to west Highway 21, where […]

CS Police Announce 1 Of 4 Suspects Arrested In June 30 Armed Robbery

One of four suspects have been arrested from an armed robbery inside a College Station apartment the night of June 30th. According to the arrest report, 22 year old Ledarius Hill was identified from security video at the Briarwood Apartments on Harvey Road by the two victims, two other witnesses, and five officers. During an […]

Federal Judge Orders Temperature Reduction At Grimes County State Prison

HOUSTON (AP) _ A federal judge has given state prison officials 15 days to come up with a plan to lower the temperature to 88 degrees (31.11 Celsius) inside a Southeast Texas prison where attorneys for inmates say the sweltering summer heat is endangering their health. U.S. District Judge Keith Ellison’s preliminary injunction applies to […]

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