The city of Bryan has 150 capital improvement projects (CIP) totaling $350 million dollars. The city council spent five hours with city staff Tuesday reviewing how projects are identified and how they are funded. There was no discussion about increasing the amount of money towards new and improved streets, sidewalks, drainage, and related infrastructure city-wide. […]
With Halloween two weeks away, remember to plan for your pets. Leiha White at Aggieland Humane Society says that includes how your pets will react to your costumes. White also says if you’re planning to put a costume on your pet, that’s like adding a second coat generating additional heat. And make sure candy is […]
There’s little new information in the continuing search for the next president of Texas A&M University. Faculty Senate speaker Jim Woolsey says he met with the system chancellor last week. Woolsey was told some excellent candidates have applied and two search firms hired by the system will continue their recruiting through the first of next […]
Click below for College Station Mayor Nancy Berry’s visit October 15, 2014 with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.
Click below for U.S. Representative Bill Flores (R-TX) visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia on Wednesday, October 15.
News release from the Conroe Police Department: On 10-11-14, at approximately 8:30 am, Conroe Police responded to a call of two bodies in the 800 block of W. Santa Fe. Upon arrival, officer located the bodies of 43 year old Lisa McWashington and 58 year old Louis Wilkerson. McWashington and Wilkerson were both the victims […]
DALLAS (AP) — Officials say a second health care worker who’s tested positive for Ebola was in isolation at a Dallas hospital within 90 minutes of the worker finding she had an elevated temperature. Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said at a news conference Wednesday that the health care provider at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital […]
Bryan police officer Kelley McKethan visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about preventing dating violence and how to report it, a reminder of Thursday night’s domestic violence candlelight vigil, tips for getting a safe Halloween costume, and locations of increased traffic enforcement.
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ A federal appeals court has reinstated a Texas voter ID law that the U.S. Justice Department describes as the state’s latest tool to suppress minorities in elections. Tuesday’s ruling from the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals is at least a temporary victory for Republican-backed photo ID measures that have swept across […]
The first human case of West Nile virus in Brazos County since 2012 has been confirmed by the Texas Department of State Health Services. The Brazos County Health Department said in a press release that the case is being treated as West Nile fever since there are no signs of neuroinvasion (presence in the brain). […]