Update On Four Arrested For Bryan C-Store Robberies Last Year

One of four men arrested for participating in convenience store armed robberies in Bryan in January of last year is back in jail. Bryan police arrested 19 year old Tylar Davis of Caldwell for threatening to shoot the mother of his child and four other people in Henderson Park. Davis had been out of jail […]

Prison For White Collar Theft, 4th DWI, & 2nd Robbery

Stealing $275,000 dollars from her former employer means prison time for a College Station woman. How long 59 year old Debra Sikes serves depends in part to how much restitution she pays. According to the Brazos County district attorney’s office, Sikes may be eligible for probation after six months if she pays back what she […]

College Station defeats Rudder in Game 3, 5-3

MUMFORD – The College Station Cougars (24-12-2) erupted for five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning and staved off a late Rudder (18-16) rally to defeat the Rangers, 5-3 in the third and deciding game of the 5A Regional Quarterfinal Series. It was a pitcher’s duel early on, with Cougar lefty Bryson Lucas […]

Texas A&M Announces The Death Of Longtime Supporter John Lindsey

A Texas A&M graduate who assisted his alma mater for seven decades has died. 93 year old John Lindsey of Houston, class of 1944, passed away Friday after a lengthy illness. President George H.W. Bush issued a statement (see below for a screen shot of the entire statement) that read in part “I will always […]

44th Season Of MSC OPAS Is Revealed

News release from MSC OPAS: COLLEGE STATION, TX: OPAS officials announced the events coming to the 2016-17 “Expect the Unexpected” season on Thursday, May 19. The lineup of performances to be presented from August 2016 to April 2017 as part of the 44th season includes six events on the Ann Cobb Wiatt Main Stage series, […]

Brazos County Detention Operations Pass Annual State Inspection

From Brazos County Sheriff Chris Kirk: On May 18, 2016, Texas Commission on Jail Standards Inspector Fred St. Amant completed a two day inspection of the Brazos County Detention Facilities. Inspector St. Amant found the Brazos County jails to be in compliance with Texas Jail Standards and authorized the issuance of a Certificate of Compliance […]

Rudder beats College Station in Game 1 in regional quarterfinals

By LARRY BOWEN MUMFORD — Like the trains passing beyond the right-field wall at the Bienski Athletic Complex, Rudder’s baseball team keeps rolling. The upstart Rangers, who had to rally just to get a share of fourth place in District 18-5A, grabbed their ninth consecutive victory Thursday night, pounding league co-champion College Station 14-5 in […]

John Nichols on WTAW

The City of College Station’s Mayor Pro Tem, John Nichols discussed the Convention and Visitor’s Bureau budget and reserve fund, the new police facility, Southern Pointe, and more during his visit on The Infomaniacs on Friday, May 20. Click below to hear John Nichols visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. JohnNichols052016

UPDATE: 2 C-Store Armed Robberies In 12 Hours

Update: Local law enforcement is investigating two armed robberies in an 12 hour period on Thursday. The first, just before midnight, sent Bryan police to the Valero Corner Store at William Joel Bryan and the freeway. The clerk told officers three men came inside wearing ski masks. One displayed a firearm, and they took off […]

Congressman Bill Flores on WTAW

U.S. Representative Bill Flores (R-TX) of Bryan discussed legislation on the confederate flag, his response to the Democratic Party calling the Republicans the “party of hate”, Donald Trump, and more during his weekly Washington update on The Infomaniacs Friday, May 20. Click below to hear Congressman Bill Flores visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. BillFlores052016

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