A Texas view of how the Internet should be regulated in the future was the primary purpose for FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai’s visit to College Station Tuesday morning. Before leading a panel discussion at the Bush Libary, Pai stopped by Bryan Broadcasting and visited with Scott DeLucia on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs.
The live-stream completed shortly after noon Tuesday. The video should play in it’s entirety and tweets using the hashtag #FFCTexas can be reviewed below. #FCCTexas Tweets
WTAW’s Patrick Zeinert visits with United Way of the Brazos Valley president Alison Prince and the executive director of Brazos Valley Rehabilitation Cheryl Allen.
Update: 1:46 p.m. The Code Maroon website posted the following update: “Gas leak repaired. Student Rec Center reopened. Resume normal activity. 1:26 PM” Update: 12:42 p.m. The Code Maroon website posted the following update: “Student Rec Center remains closed. Gas leak repairs are underway. Continue to avoid the area. 12:38 PM” Original Story: 12:35 p.m. […]
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court is allowing Texas to use its controversial new voter identification law for the November election. A majority of the nation’s highest court on Saturday rejected an emergency request from the Justice Department and civil rights groups to prohibit the state from requiring voters to produce certain forms of photo […]
It took the better part of three hours Friday afternoon for a pregnant cow to be corralled back into a trailer parked off Texas Avenue in College Station. Police Lt. Chuck Fleeger says the driver stopped because the trailer had a mechanical problem. Somehow, the gate unlatched and the cow went out to explore. The […]
Friday evening statement released by Texas A&M University: 20-year-old Texas A&M senior biochemistry major Christian Amadeus Taylor of Killeen passed away earlier today at St. Joseph Hospital in Bryan. The precise cause of his death is pending. A police investigation is ongoing, including awaiting results of toxicology reports. Authorities believe Taylor may have ingested sodium […]
College Station’s new police chief has filled the interim role three times. On Friday, Scott McCollum was promoted to the top position. McCollum, who has spent his career at CSPD, began in 1985 and has been an assistant chief since 2001. Click below for comments from Scott McCollum, visiting with WTAW’s Bill Oliver. News […]
Brazos County Health Department officials met with local media Friday to share what they’re doing to prepare for the Ebola virus. That’s after the office has fielded calls from concerned residents about Ebola coming to the Brazos Valley. Brazos County Alternate Health Authority Dr. Seth Sullivan says people carrying the virus are not contagious until […]
Some of the 98,000 Brazos County property tax statements mailed earlier this week have already arrived at their destination. Tax Assessor-Collector Kristy Roe says the first thing to check is to make sure all your properties are listed. Property owners can look at the back of their statement to learn more paying online or over […]