College Station Councilwoman Linda Harvell on WTAW

College Station Councilwoman Place 3 Linda Harvell discussed her first six months on the job, neighborhood integrity, traffic safety, her committee appointments, and more during her appearance on The Infomaniacs on Friday, April 21. Click below to hear Linda Harvell visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. LindaHarvell042117

Congressman Bill Flores Multimedia Town Hall On WTAW

Congressman Bill Flores’s third town hall meeting this week was a multimedia production that included News Talk 1620 WTAW. Scott Delucia of WTAW’s The Infomaniacs hosted Thursday night’s program, which was available on 1620, radioaggieland.com, and the Congressman’s Facebook Live feed. During the 90 minute program, there were 34 questions that came via e-mail, text, […]

Colorado Man Found Dead In Grimes County Railroad Car

Grimes County sheriff’s investigators are waiting for autopsy results of a Colorado man whose body was found inside a railroad car carrying coal at the Gibbons Creek power plant in Carlos. Investigator Kindale Pittman told sister station Navasota News they identified the victim through fingerprint records. Pittman says foul play is NOT suspected in the […]

Updating Current and Future Union Pacific Projects In The Brazos Valley

Union Pacific railroad has announced $466 million dollars of capital projects this year in Texas. The most noticeable work in the Brazos Valley, will be in Robertson County between Marquez and Hearne. Later this summer, U-P plans to replace more than 53 thousand railroad ties and unload more than 37 million pounds of rock. In […]

Comments After RVP Postpones Submitting Community College Petitions To The Brazos County Commission

Correction: Thanks to the Research Valley Partnership for pointing out Nancy Berry is no longer a member of the RVP board. Berry served on the board when she was mayor of College Station. The RVP reports she attends meetings as a guest. The members of the RVP board representing Brazos County are Judge Duane Peters, […]

Do You Recognize This Person?

Bryan police has released video of a person seen taking a wallet at P.J.’s Laundry in Bryan on December 19, 2016. If you recognize this person of interest or possible witnesses please contact BPD investigator assistant Tina Balderas at 979-209-5310 or Brazos County Crime Stoppers at 979-775-TIPS. Refer to Case #16-1200759.

Bryan Council Refinancing Bonds Next Month

The Bryan city council was given a heads up at its last meeting that next month they will be asked to refinance more than $86 million dollars in bonds. The city’s chief financial officer, Joe Hegwood, says lower interest rates means saving nearly $8 million dollars over the remaining lives of two bond issues. Hegwood […]

City of Bryan Update on WTAW

Cody Cravatt, Bryan’s Development Manager, discussed current development around the city, school construction, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Thursday, April 20. Click below to hear Cody Cravatt visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. CodyCravatt042017

State Representative Kyle Kacal on WTAW

District 12 state representative Kyle Kacal discussed public education funding, ride sharing legislation, feral hog population control, and more during his regular appearance on The Infomaniacs on Thursday, April 20. Click below to hear Kyle Kacal visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. KyleKacal042017

My Aggie Nation Podcast: Riding with Texas A&M’s newest national champions

In this week’s episode, Texas A&M equestrian riders Alex Desiderio and Kaci Fisher explain the sport of equestrian and break down the team’s national championship performance last weekend in Waco. Also, hosts Travis L. Brown and Zach Taylor are joined by KAGS Colin Deaver to talk through the week in Aggie baseball and softball.  

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