Bryan Council Approves Construction Contract For New Fire Station #2

Construction will start soon on a new Bryan fire station #2. That follows a unanimous city council vote awarding a $6.3 million dollar contract. That is under the architect’s estimate of $7.2 million. But it was the second lowest price. Fire chief Randy McGregor told city councilman Mike Southerland it was worth spending an additional […]

Bryan Council Approves Water Study

The Bryan city council is moving ahead with borrowing more than $2 million dollars to study what could lead to moving water from an aquifer into city wells. Mike Southerland, who is the council’s liaison to the Brazos Valley Groundwater Management District (BVGWMD) spent ten minutes explaining why this was the best option for Bryan’s […]

Brazos Central Appraisal District Wins County Bid To Buy Land To Build A New Office

Brazos County commissioners have approved a conditional sale of land next to the new tax office to the Brazos Central Appraisal District (BCAD). The condition is BCAD getting approval of three of the four of the districts other members, who are the College Station and Bryan school boards and city councils. BCAD submitted a $300,000 […]

More Fallout From The Death And Arrests At College Station Fraternity House

The College Station fraternity house where a member died and four others were arrested following a party last weekend has been suspended by the fraternity’s national office. Brad Beacham, executive director of Sigma Nu Fraternity Inc., sent WTAW News a statement that the suspension of the Kappa Sigma chapter and the four members “is based […]

Texas A&M Fall Practice: Wednesday, August 24th

With less than 10 days until Aggie Football hosts No. 16 UCLA, Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin met with the media after practice on Wednesday. Head Coach Kevin Sumlin

Two More Corps of Cadets Units Being Reactivated As Membership Reaches 46 Year High

Two more units of Texas A&M’s Corps of Cadets are being reactivated. Commandant Joe Ramirez (Brigadier General-Retired U.S. Army) says 2,600 cadets are on campus this fall. That’s the most since 1970, and it represents a 40 percent increase since he started nearly seven years ago. General Ramirez says this year’s cadet population has reached […]

My Aggie Nation Podcast: Will Texas A&M crack the Top 25?

Newstalk 1620 WTAW‘s Zach Taylor and My Aggie Nation‘s Travis L. Brown ponder if and when Texas A&M will break into the AP Top 25 poll with a preseason rank two spots out of No. 25. Also, the duo breaks down linebacker depth after the suspension of Josh Walker and discusses the end of an […]

City Construction Underway Around CHI St. Joseph Health Center

From the city of Bryan: Beginning this Wednesday, August 24, 2016, construction crews will begin work on the CHI St. Joseph Hospital Area Improvements project including the replacement of traffic signals, the construction of turn lanes, the relocation of underground utilities, and the widening of sidewalks. Please note East Villa Maria Road, East 29th Street, […]

Blinn Trustees Approve State Legislative Priority List

The Texas Legislature doesn’t start their next session until January. But Blinn College administrators…whose legislative priorities were approved by trustees this month…say they have already had 75 meetings with lawmakers. Trustees and administrators have scheduled a November luncheon in Brenham with lawmakers and other stakeholders in an effort to increase state funding. While this year’s […]

Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski

City of Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski discussed the city’s budget, flood relief, a water study, and more during his regular appearance on The Infomaniacs on Wednesday, August 14. Click below to hear Jason Bienski visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. JasonBienski082416

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