7 on 7 Football Returns To Veterans Park in 2015

Last month’s successful move of the state’s 7 on 7 football tournament to Veterans Park has led to bringing the event back next year. Kindra Fry of the Convention and Visitors Bureau says part of the credit goes to the College Station parks and recreation department. Fry also applauded everyone who provided hospitality services to […]

Chamber Oil and Gas Production Update Draws 300

Oil and gas production in the Brazos Valley isn’t going away anytime soon. That was among the statements made during a panel discussion hosted Wednesday by the Bryam/College Station Chamber of Commerce. Five men involved in the industry spoke to more than 300 attending the economic outlook briefing. Len Legate, who works with nine trade […]

Navasota Man Charged with Murder Turns Himself In

Update: Sister station Navasota News 1550 reports Armstrong turned himself in at 12:02 p.m. and was released from the Grimes County jail at 1:41 p.m. after posting a $150,000 dollar bond. Original story: A Navasota man charged with first degree murder turned himself in to Grimes County authorities Wednesday. The attorney for Kelly Armstrong said […]

UPDATE-DPS Finds Man With Ties to Bryan and Brenham

Update: August 20, 2014 AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ A convicted felon on the Department of Public Safety 10 Most Wanted sex offender list has been caught in North Texas. DPS on Tuesday announced 28-year-old Ezekiel O’Neal Harris was captured at an apartment complex in Ennis, 30 miles south of Dallas. A tip led to Harris […]

CS Mayor Nancy Berry on WTAW

College Station Mayor Nancy Berry discussed a proposed ordinance to address e-cigarettes, the ongoing budget process, and more during her regular appearance on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, August 20. Click below to listen to Mayor Nancy Berry visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.

CS School Board Receives Recommendations For New Elementary School Boundaries

The College Station school board has been given recommendations to redraw elementary school boundaries to accommodate the opening of the Spring Creek campus a year from now. The consensus opinion of 25 community members, is most of the 578 students at Spring Creek will come from Greens Prairie elementary. Superintendent Clark Ealy says it’s an […]

Governor Perry Booked And Released From The Travis County Jail

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ What’s a governor to do after getting booked on felony charges? Go for ice cream. Minutes after he was fingerprinted at the Travis County Courthouse, Texas Gov. Rick Perry posted a photo Tuesday from his official Twitter account of him outside Sandy’s Hamburgers in downtown Austin. The photo shows Perry holding […]

School Board Meetings Held Monday and Tuesday

Tuesday evening update: The College Station school board unanimously approved the budget and tax rate for the 2014-15 school year. In a separate story, will be details of a community committee’s recommendations to redraw elementary school boundaries to accommodate the opening of the Spring Creek campus a year from now. Click HERE to see the […]

Bryan School Board Continues Discussion on Bond Issue

A review of the two largest pieces of the Bryan school district’s proposed $132 million dollar bond issue were reviewed at this week’s school board meeting. Click HERE to see the background information presented to the Bryan school board. A third of that amount addresses projects at Stephen F. Austin and the civic auditorium, which […]

Tires Slashed in Bryan Neighborhood

News release courtesy of Bryan Police: On August 19, 2014 Bryan Police took multiple reports of criminal mischief in the Wheeler Ridge Subdivision. Several vehicles had tires cut in the area between 2:30 and 6:00 a.m. on August 19 in the 4000 blocks of Woodbriar, Kirkwood, Woodcrest, Willow Oak, and Creekridge. Woodbriar Dr. – Chevy […]

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