College Station Mayor Karl Mooney on WTAW

City of College Station Mayor Karl Mooney discussed roadway impact fees, concrete vs asphalt, upcoming city projects, and more during his regular appearance on The Infomaniacs on Wednesday, January 18. Click below to hear Karl Mooney visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. KarlMooney011817

State Representative John Raney on WTAW

District 14 State Representative John Raney of Bryan discussed decisions being made about the state’s budget, today’s caucus, committee appointments, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Wednesday, January 18. Click below to hear John Raney visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. JohnRaney011817

Initial Texas State Budget Proposals Are Released

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Proposed cutbacks to border security and no extra funding for public schools is how Texas lawmakers are starting to tackle a cash crunch caused by sagging oil prices. But Texas’ embattled child welfare system would get a $260 million boost under spending plans released Tuesday by the House and Senate. A […]

State Senator Charles Schwertner on WTAW

State Senator Charles Schwertner discussed the legislative session, budgeting for border security, Child Protective Services, state institutions’ tuition and fees, and more during his appearance on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs on Tuesday, January 17. Click below to hear Charles Schwertner visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. CharlesSchwertner011717

Three Men Wanted for Armed Robbery

College Station police are looking for three black men for an armed robbery just after midnight on Tuesday. According to the report, the resident at a home on Cain Road, between Holleman Drive and Wellborn Road, said the suspects held them at gunpoint and demanded property. The victim, who was not injured, said all three […]

Blinn College Seeks Input for Campus Carry

Blinn College is seeking public input regarding reasonable rules for the implementation of campus carry at Blinn College, which begins August 1, 2017. Spokesman Richard Bray said an online survey has been created to collect feedback from the public regarding the implementation of policies related to Senate Bill 11, also known as the “campus carry” […]

Caldwell Woman Dies & Three Children Hospitalized In Crash West Of Bryan

From the Texas Department of Public Safety: The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) responded Sunday to a one vehicle fatality crash on SH-47 and SH-21. At approximately 2:25 p.m., a 2007 Ford pick-up with three children inside was travelling northbound on SH-47. It struck a bridge guardrail, traveled over it and onto SH-21. The […]

Pedestrian Struck And Killed In Bryan

Bryan police are investigating the death of a woman who officers believe was struck by a vehicle and killed early Saturday morning in the Castle Heights neighborhood. The woman was identified as 48 year old Geneveve Serna of Bryan. BPD responded Saturday morning at 6:30 to the 4900 block of East Highway 21…near Douglas…to a […]

Bryan Policeman Visits With Reporters Three Weeks After Being Shot

A Bryan policeman whose life was saved after a gunshot hit his protective vest visited with reporters about what happened three weeks ago. Officer Joel Bravo, an 11 year member of the Bryan police department, says he’s more cautious and more aware of his surroundings. While Bravo says he was able to stay on his […]

Tommy Wallis Sues Bryan ISD & Texas Attorney General To Block The Release Of More Records

Former Bryan school district superintendent Tommy Wallis has gone to court in an effort to block the release of additional records that might include what was written about him by his leadership team. Wallis filed a lawsuit in Austin after the Texas Attorney General’s office directed Bryan ISD to release more documents. Two weeks ago, […]

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