United Way of the Brazos Valley president Alison Prince visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about September’s “Over The Edge Brazos Valley” campaign kickoff fundraiser, where you have the opportunity to repel down the College Station Hilton.
Most of a house on Bryan’s east side is gone following a fire Sunday afternoon. Deputy fire marshal William Bouse says investigators returned to 4603 Castle Avenue Monday searching for the cause of the fire. Bouse says the 61 year old woman inside the home heard a noise in the living room, and ran out […]
Add Brazos County to the list of counties with burn bans. County commissioners approved the ban for unincorporated areas Tuesday morning; joining Robertson, Leon, Madison, Grimes, and Walker counties. As of noon Tuesday, the Texas A&M Forest Service map listed 68 counties with a burn ban.
News release from the Surface Transportation Board website: The Surface Transportation Board today announced its finding that a proposed, 240-mile, high-speed rail line (the Line), between Dallas and Houston, Texas, does not require Board approval, as the line would be constructed and operated entirely within the State of Texas and would not be part of […]
Update: The College Station school board’s choice to sell land returns to the agenda Tuesday night when members consider the formal sales contract. The developer who was not chosen last month continues his effort to purchase the property…and is looking for support from CSISD taxpayers. Last month, the board chose to sell land at Holleman […]
Tucker “Frito” Young of Candy 95’s Morning Candy show came down the hallway Monday morning to visit with Scott Delucia on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs about last Friday’s Pokemon Hunt at Wolf Pen Creek Park in College Station, which drew a crowd estimated at 4,000.
More people being outside thanks to the Pokemon craze and continued summertime heat can be a deadly combination. Reminders about heat exhaustion and heat stroke comes from the first hand experience of Bryan deputy fire marshal William Bouse from a fire call last summer. Bouse says the time to start preparing for the heat is […]
A Bryan man is expected to spend the rest of his life in prison for attacking young girls. The Brazos County district attorney’s office says a jury convicted 38 year old Santos Ruiz, Jr. for continuous sexual abuse of a girl who was eight when the assaults began in 2013 and continued into the next […]
There is at least one place in town where Pokemon Go players are not wanted – the Bonfire Memorial on Texas A&M’s campus. Charlotte Hammer, the social media representative for the Traditions Council, said they have received complaints of people playing the game in and around the memorial’s grounds. “The people that have seen it […]
From College Station police: On 07/16/2016 at approximately 1150 hours, Officers with the College Station Police Department responded to the area of 400 Anderson in reference to a suspicious person. Upon their arrival, they met with the victim who was an adult Asian female with a very youthful countenance. The victim stated that she had […]