15 Agencies Battle Robertson County Grass Fire

The Robertson County sheriff’s office (RCSO) went to social media to thank 15 agencies that participated in extinguishing a 150 acre grass fire Tuesday afternoon east of Calvert. Sheriff Gerald Yezak says he was not told of any injuries or property damage from what was a controlled burn that got out of control. The RCSO […]

College Station Mayor Karl Mooney on WTAW

College Station Mayor Karl Mooney discussed a regional mobility authority, high-speed rail, his upcoming Walk with the Mayor event, ETJ, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Wednesday, March 14, 2018. Click below to hear Karl Mooney visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. KarlMooney031418

Bryan School Board Brings In PR Consultants To Generate More Students

The Bryan school board has hired the National School Public Relations Association to do a communications audit…hoping to better promote the district in order to recruit more students. Tim Carroll, the chief information officer in Allen ISD north of Dallas, was one of two consultants who spent last week gathering information mostly in private meetings. […]

Brazos County District Court Jury Convicts And Sentences Freestone County Man

A Brazos County district court jury last week convicted and sentenced one of four Freestone County men who prosecutors say robbed and threatened to kill a College Station marijuana dealer more than four years ago. According to the district attorney’s office, the jury imposed a 15 year prison term for 27 year old Ivan McWilliams […]

Interviews Following Brazos County March 6 Primary Results

Three Brazos County primary races were decided Tuesday. John Raney defeated three opponents to win the Republican nomination for House District 14. Irma Cauley won the Democratic nomination for Brazos County commissioner in precinct four. And there is a new chairman of the Republican party in Brazos County, after David Hilburn defeated incumbent Paul Rieger. […]

Two Arrests For Making Threats With Weapons, One For Theft, And One for Driving With An Invalid License With Prior Convictions

A College Station man sent to prison less than two years ago for assaulting a family member with two prior convictions is back in jail. That’s after College Station police responded about a quarter of four Monday morning to a disturbance at the Renaissance Park apartments at Welsh and Southwest Parkway. 31 year old Nicholas […]

Bryan City Council To Consider Atmos Rate Reduction Sometime This Month

Before the end of March, the Bryan city council will consider Atmos Energy’s request to pass on savings from federal tax reform to customers. The Bryan council’s original plan was to consider the request during a special meeting on Tuesday. But that meeting was cancelled due to not having enough members present. Unless another special […]

No Announcements About What Else Is Coming To Jones Crossing…Yet…

Thanks to a listener’s call to WTAW’s The Infomaniacs, we know there could be announcements coming soon about what will be joining H-E-B at the new Jones Crossing development in College Station. The city’s economic development director, Natalie Ruiz, says she hopes to release the names of the first group in the next 60 days. […]

Blinn College in Compliance with Governor’s Safety Guidelines

Two weeks after the Parkland, Florida shooting, Texas Governor Greg Abbott sent a letter to colleges in the state ordering immediate action to ensure safety on campuses. John Chancellor, Blinn College’s Chief of Police and Emergency Management Coordinator, said the letter asked that all public junior college districts are in compliance with school safety audits […]

Bryan Man Arrested for Intoxication Manslaughter After Hit and Run

Bryan Police responded to a hit and run collision just after midnight on Sunday in the 2900 block of East State Highway 21 between Bluebonnet St. and Carrabba St. According to the BPD news release, witnesses reported a white Nissan Sentra was heading eastbound when a white Chevrolet Trailblazer, travelling at a high rate of […]

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