It’ll be a busy weekend in Bryan College Station, especially on Sunday. College Station Police Lieutenant Chuck Fleeger says to plan your routes ahead of time, and give yourself extra time for more people than usual. Fleeger says the BCS Marathon will start about 7, but roads will be closed for about 6 1/2 hours […]
This Sunday, get into the Christmas spirit with the annual Bryan College Station Christmas parade. Parade co-chair Penny Zent says there will be 113 entries to enjoy starting at 2:30 p. m. Sunday afternoon with the Rudder High School Band leading off. Zent says because of the changed start time and number of activities going […]
Sandy Farris of the Downtown Bryan Association visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about December First Friday activities, which have changed due to the weather, and a reminder of the upcoming Downtown Bryan Christmas Parade. SandyFarris120513
Information courtesy of Governor Perry’s office: AUSTIN – Gov. Rick Perry today issued an emergency proclamation directing additional state resources to prepare for a severe winter storm system that is moving across Texas. The governor yesterday activated the Texas Military Forces to preposition assets in preparation for the storm. State resources currently responding include: • […]
Bowen Loftin was given a standing ovation Thursday morning after his introduction as the next Chancellor of the University of Missouri. Loftin recalled as a young professor visiting the Columbia campus to do research and following the university in recent years. Loftin’s new boss, University of Missouri System President Tim Wolfe, gave a long list […]
TexAgs reports Texas A&M University President Bowen Loftin is taking a similar position at the University of Missouri. According to the University of Missouri System, the next Chancellor of the Columbia campus will be introduced Thursday morning at 11. Like Texas A&M, Missouri is a land-grant university. Dr. Loftin, a 1970 A&M graduate, was named […]
Richard Bray from Blinn College visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about the college’s new strategic goals, two upcoming concerts, recognition for instructors, a new job training grant, and an update on the search for a new President of Blinn’s Brazos County campuses.
A Bryan man arrested two weeks ago in College Station for aggravated sexual assault is now being held on charges from an incident in Bryan last March. Bryan police officer Kelley McKethan says 54 year old Isaiah Young Junior is accused of aggravated kidnapping and improper photography of a 17 year old. McKethan says after […]
A $25 million dollar project in the Northgate district is the subject of a lawsuit filed this week in Brazos County District Court. Last February, the College Station City Council voted to sell three acres at Wellborn and Church to a Houston developer for a multi-story complex of housing, parking, and retail. One of the […]
Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski discusses run-off elections on December 17, the Salvation Army ring-off versus College Station’s Mayor Nancy Berry, the Brazos Valley Bowl, First Friday, and more during his regular appearance on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, 4 December. Click below to listen to Mayor Jason Bienski visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.