Bryan Police Identify Suspect Wanted In Castle Heights Double Murder

From Bryan police: A warrant, for two counts of murder and two counts of Aggravated Assault with a deadly weapon, was issued yesterday for Frankie Lee Bell Jr., age 29 of Bryan, in connection with the double homicide that took place October 3rd on Frankfort St. Bell is to be considered armed and dangerous. He […]

Longtime Volunteer Chaplain For Brazos County Jail & Commissioners Court Dies

Many Brazos County employees are among those mourning the death of a local pastor who served the county as a volunteer chaplain. Reverend G.H. Jones died last Thursday at the age of 68. Brazos County jail administrator Wayne Dicky says Rev. Jones spent at least 35 years meeting with inmates at all times of the […]

Two More Phases To Go In Rudder Freeway’s Ramp Reconstruction Project

You may have lived in the twin cities long enough to remember the start of rebuilding freeway on and off ramps in June of 2013. There are two more to go, and the next phase started Thursday. The TxDOT Bryan district office reports new ramps on the freeway southbound between Highway 21 and MLK opened, […]

Housing Concerns Shared In Joint Meeting Of Bryan Business Council & Planning And Zoning Commission

Bryan’s planning and zoning commission and the Bryan Business Council held a joint meeting Monday to exchange information on current and future projects. A common topic is how to generate more construction of affordable single family homes. A concern expressed by members of both volunteer bodies is the future location of manufactured housing. While there […]

College Station Mayor Karl Mooney on WTAW

College Station Mayor Karl Mooney discussed city building exterior design, Research Valley Partnership, Experience Bryan/College Station, hotel development, and more during his visit on The Infomaniacs on Wednesday, October 11. Click below to hear Karl Mooney visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. KarlMooney101117

Congressman Bill Flores on WTAW

Representative Bill Flores of Bryan (R-TX) discussed the Whistle Blower Act, tax reform, bump stock legislation, and more during his weekly Washington update on The Infomaniacs on Wednesday, October 11. Click below to hear Bill Flores visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. BillFlores101117

Arrest Made After Gunfire

College Station police responded to reports of gunfire Tuesday just before 7 p.m. at the Flats on 12 apartment complex on Harvey Mitchell Parkway. According to a CSPD news release, a red SUV was found in an alleyway on Airline Drive, which had been hit by several bullets, but the occupants were not injured. After […]

Bryan ISD Voters Approve Property Tax Increase To Receive More State Funding

Update: Voters approve the ‪Bryan ISD special election question by a margin of 1141-110.‬ School board president Trey Moore was not available for comment Tuesday night after the results because he was at work. Original story:Today is election day for the Bryan school district’s special question, asking voters for a two cent increase in the […]

Texas Tech Police Officer Shot And Killed

LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) _ The Latest on a shooting at the Texas Tech University Police Department headquarters (all times local): 5:20 p.m. LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) – Texas Tech University’s campus police chief says an officer went to check on the wellbeing of a 19-year-old student because the department received reports that he had been acting […]

Kyle Kacal Announces Running For Re-Election in 2018

State representative Kyle Kacal of College Station has announced he will seek re-election in 2018. Kacal, who runs a large scale cattle business and a full service hunting operation, is completing his third term in District 12. The mostly rural district covers portions of Brazos and McLennan counties and all of Robertson, Falls, and Limestone […]

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