Two Arrests for Child Endangerment

Courtesy of College Station Police On July 28, 2015 at approximately 2032 hours, officers with the College Station Police Department received a call in regards to a theft that was in progress at Wal-Mart located at 1815 Brothers Ave. in College Station, Brazos County, Tx. As the officers were enroute to the scene, the suspect […]

Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski on WTAW

Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski discussed council workshops and meetings that dealt with the enterprise fund, driver for hire regulation, future Blinn construction and the need for infrastructure upgrades, and more during his regular appearance on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, July 29. Click below to listen to Mayor Jason Bienski visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.

Congressman Bill Flores on WTAW

U.S. Representative Bill Flores (R-TX) of Bryan discussed the challenge of the majority leader’s position by a fellow house Republican, limiting executive discretion by crafting stricter legislation, reacted to comments from Ted Cruz about the Senate majority leader, and more during his weekly Washington update on The Infomaniacs Wednesday, July 29. Click below to listen to Congressman Bill […]

CS Council Considers More Options To Fund Capital Projects

The College Station city council met for 90 minutes Tuesday night to continue deliberating whether to hold a bond issue this November. The only decision was to resume the discussion in two weeks. Staff recommended going to voters to finance some capital projects and having the council issue debt for others…as is done in Bryan. […]

City of Bryan Health and Wellness Center Expands to Include Bryan ISD Employees

The Bryan school board earlier this month approved and the city council on Tuesday gave its blessing to use a health and wellness center operated by St. Joseph Regional Health Center. Superintendent Tommy Wallis says it’s been discussed for several years and the timing was right to join in an effort to reduce illness among […]

Car Accidentally Rear Ends a College Station Apartment

College Station fire and police responded to the report of a car striking an apartment building Tuesday during the noon hour. Fire department batallion chief Robert Mumford says this was at the Flats at 12, the former Doux Chene apartments across Harvey Mitchell from the post office. A man in the apartment was watching t-v […]

CS Council Approves Developer Option Turning Retail Into Housing Space

The owners of an underperforming retail area in College Station are being allowed to have the option of converting the space to apartments. That followed a spirited debate by two members of the city council at its last meeting. Julie Schultz, who voted no, was concerned about the future of the lone business at The […]

Toxicology Report Released on Sandra Bland

HEMPSTEAD, Texas (AP) _ Two experts say it is likely Sandra Bland had access to marijuana in jail before her death, three days after she was pulled over for a traffic stop. Authorities on Monday released an initial toxicology report for Bland after her July 13 death in the Waller County Jail. The report says […]

First Day to File For City Council & School Board in B/CS

The window has opened for those interested in running for Bryan and College Station city councils and school boards in this November’s election. Most of Monday’s activity, the first day to file, came from the city of Bryan. Councilman Art Hughes can not run for a third term due to term limits. Filing on the […]

Major Improvements Coming to Easterwood Airport

The private fixed based operator (FBO) hired by Texas A&M University to oversee Easterwood Airport recently passed its first anniversary. John Clanton of Astin Aviation, on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs, says they’re in the process of using between $3 and $4 million dollars in grant money from the FAA to improve the terminal, plus another $7 […]

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