City Construction Underway Around CHI St. Joseph Health Center

From the city of Bryan: Beginning this Wednesday, August 24, 2016, construction crews will begin work on the CHI St. Joseph Hospital Area Improvements project including the replacement of traffic signals, the construction of turn lanes, the relocation of underground utilities, and the widening of sidewalks. Please note East Villa Maria Road, East 29th Street, […]

Blinn Trustees Approve State Legislative Priority List

The Texas Legislature doesn’t start their next session until January. But Blinn College administrators…whose legislative priorities were approved by trustees this month…say they have already had 75 meetings with lawmakers. Trustees and administrators have scheduled a November luncheon in Brenham with lawmakers and other stakeholders in an effort to increase state funding. While this year’s […]

Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski

City of Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski discussed the city’s budget, flood relief, a water study, and more during his regular appearance on The Infomaniacs on Wednesday, August 14. Click below to hear Jason Bienski visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. JasonBienski082416

No Injuries And Nothing Taken In CS Pawn Store Armed Robbery

From College Station police: On August 23, 2016 at about 1830 hours officers responded to Cash America Pawn in the 2200 block of Texas Ave. for an Aggravated Robbery complaint. On arrival they found that a suspect had stolen some property from this location and had run away. The suspect was chased by employees, who […]

City Of Bryan Receives FEMA Money To Buy Out Homes With Multiple Flood Damage

From the city of Bryan: In December of 2015, the City of Bryan applied for grant funding under the Hazard Mitigation Grant Program (HMGP) to purchase four of the most severe repetitive loss properties within the City under Presidential Disaster Declaration DR4223. The City has been officially notified that this grant application was approved by […]

Limited Number of UCLA Football Tickets Available

COLLEGE STATION—A limited number of UCLA football tickets are available for the Texas A&M season opener set for Saturday, Sept. 3 at Kyle Field. Kickoff is slated for 2:30 p.m. central and tickets can be purchased for $100 each and can be accessed via or by contacting the 12th Man Foundation Ticket Office at […]

Arrests For Throwing Child Into Bathtub & Forged Check After Pursuit By Bank Branch Manager

A College Station man is accused of slapping then throwing an 11 month old child into a bathtub. 31 year old Ricardo Delgado Jr. is out of jail after posting bond following his arrest by Bryan police. According to the arrest report, the child was treated at a local hospital for multiple bruises to the […]

DWI Update

Brazos County district court criminal cases this month have included plea agreements with three people with multiple DWI convictions from as long as almost four years ago. One involves a College Station man arrested in December 2012 for his third DWI and November 2014 for his fourth. The total punishment for 33 year old Jim […]

Texas Education Agency Fines & Keeps Company In Charge Of STAAR Tests

News release from the Texas Education Agency: Commissioner of Education Mike Morath announced today that the Texas Education Agency will assess Educational Testing Services (ETS) – the company responsible for the statewide delivery and administration of the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR®) – with liquidated damages in the amount of $5.7 million […]

Last Day Filings For Bryan Mayor And City Council

The last day to file for Bryan mayor and city council has included two more candidates. Retired Bryan city manager Mary Kaye Moore has filed for the mayor’s race. There is (as of 2:15 p.m. Monday) one opponent, Andrew Nelson. Also filing Monday afternoon is a third candidate for the Bryan council’s single member one […]

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