Recap Of September’s Blinn College Trustees Meeting

There’s a delay in future flood control repairs at the Blinn College campus in Bryan. Administrators removed from the agenda of this week’s board of trustees meeting, a $640,000 dollar contract to clear out ponds and Briar Creek. The project is designed to reduce flooding in residential areas downstream from the campus. A spokesman says […]

5,000 Xanax Pills Found In Bryan Apartment

The Bryan police department’s tactical response team paid a visit to the city’s newest apartment complex on Tuesday. A search of two bedrooms of a unit at Camber Villas at Villa Maria and Nash resulted in the arrests of 20 year old Kyle Clayton and 18 year old Chase Miller on drug charges. According to […]

Congressman Bill Flores on WTAW

U.S. Representative Bill Flores (R-TX) of Bryan discussed new legislation, the upcoming lame duck session, what it would mean if the U.S. does not control ICANN, and more during his weekly Washington update on The Infomaniacs on Thursday, September 22. Click below to hear Congressman Bill Flores visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. BillFlores092216

UPDATE: Water Issues At The University Of Houston Resolved

Update: HOUSTON (AP) _ Experts say tap water at the University of Houston main campus has been cleared for drinking again after tests indicated no problems with the supply. UH officials on Thursday afternoon announced a previous advisory for students and staff not to drink the discolored water, as a precaution, has been lifted. The […]

Moped Is Struck By A Hit And Run Driver

A College Station man received a ticket and faces more serious charges following a hit and run crash just before noon Wednesday at Wellborn and Joe Routt. College Station police report a southbound pickup driven by the 27 year old ran a red light, struck an eastbound moped, and dragged the moped driver south to […]

UPDATE: CS School Board Takes No Action On Boundary Committee Final Recommendations

Update: The College Station school board took no action on the final recommendations to change boundaries of fifth through 12th grade buildings. Tuesday’s meeting was the first time the entire board had the opportunity to discuss recommendations from a 37 member committee. That’s because only three board members attended committee meetings in order to keep […]

Texas A&M Introduces This Year’s TIAS Faculty Fellows

From the Texas A&M University Institute for Advanced Study: In a public ceremony held today inside the Great Hall of the Jack K. Williams Administration Building, the Texas A&M University Institute for Advanced Study (TIAS) revealed its class of Faculty Fellows for the 2016-17 academic year. TIAS welcomed 10 new Faculty Fellows, each of whom […]

Bryan Council Takes Four Minutes For Final Approval Of FY 2017 Tax Rate

A special meeting of the Bryan city council Tuesday night wrapped up the 2017 fiscal year budget by ratifying the tax rate, which remains unchanged from last year, and before that, the roll call vote on the tax rate ordinance. It took just over four minutes to pass the two motions and hear an explanation […]

Bryan Police Update

Officer Kelley McKethan of the Bryan police department visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about a longtime officer who is retiring this week, the release of a video where a burglary suspect is seen trying to use a stolen credit card, a reminder to register for National Night Out block parties, and locations of increased traffic […]

Two Minor Injuries In Bryan Walgreen’s Robbery

A Bryan man remains in jail following a robbery at a Walgreen’s last weekend where two employees were injured trying to stop him. According to the arrest report from Bryan police, 49 year old William Boone stepped in front of a customer checking out at the 29th and Briarcrest Walgreen’s Saturday night to take money […]

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