More Burglary Arrests

A College Station police officer on patrol Monday afternoon witnessed a vehicle burglary. The officer, driving on Park Place between Highlands and Montclair, saw a man on a bicycle who was leaning into an open driver’s side door of a pickup. 18 year old Da’Michael Henson of College Station was arrested and $2.25 in change […]

CS Businessman Awaiting Local Trial is Indicted in Denton County, Bryan Man Convicted of Unlawful Possession of a Weapon, and Bryan Man Guilty of Leon County Theft

Denton County authorities let a local businessman turn himself in at the Brazos County jail on two criminal charges. According to online jail records, 40 year old Christos Dallis of College Station was indicted in Denton County on charges of assaulting a family member and unlawful restraint. He spent 15 minutes in jail before he […]

Water Service Restored in South College Station Neighborhood

Residents in the south College Station Pebble Creek neighborhood have full water service again. That’s after repairs were completed to an 18 inch water main that broke near Fitch and Pebble Creek Parkway Monday night. City crews worked through the night and restored service shortly before 10 a.m. Tuesday. For about 12 hours, residents received […]

Texas A&M Announces New Vice Provost

News release from Texas A&M University: Michael J. Benedik, professor of biology and genetics and currently serving as dean of faculties and associate provost, has been named as Texas A&M University’s vice provost, effective July 1. Provost & Executive Vice President Karan L. Watson announced Benedik’s selection as Texas A&M’s second-highest academic administrator today. “Michael […]

Two Arrested in CS Burglaries

College Station Police arrested two men early Sunday morning they say were involved in burglaries at two apartment complexes. Two witnesses reported a burglary of their apartment around 1 a.m. at 2818 Place on Harvey Mitchell Parkway and described a vehicle and two subjects whose presence they found disconcerting. About 3 hours later another witness […]

Skate Park Public Meeting

The City of Bryan Parks and Recreation Department is holding a public meeting Wednesday, June 24th. Director Darrell Lovelette says they’re looking for feedback on the new skatepark in Williamson Park. “We are looking at a medium-sized skate park, and hopefully we get both skaters and bikers there to give their input and other members […]

B/CS Businesses Continue to Report Growth And Optimism For The Future

Economic activity and optimism remains strong in the twin cities. That’s based on the results of this spring’s Chamber Day survey, which was presented at the last Brazos County Commission meeting. Chamber president Royce Hickman says volunteers collected a record 720 responses to a variety of questions. 83 percent believe the local economy will improve […]

Reassigned Bryan High Band Director Resigns

Former Bryan High School band director Robert Towell, who was reassigned by central office administrators last month, has submitted his resignation. A district spokesman says Towell’s last day is the final day of his contract on June 30. Towell’s forced transfer to a music instructor position at Mitchell Elementary resulted in the school board holding […]

Properly Installed Child Seat Saves Baby In Rollover That Kills Another Passenger

Three people from the Bryan area were involved in a rollover crash Saturday afternoon on Highway 6 north of the FM 2154 exit north of Navasota. DPS trooper Jimmy Morgan says a passenger in the pickup, six month old Granger Donaldson, escaped serious injury because they were properly secured in a child safety seat. Another […]

State Senator Charles Schwertner Recaps The 2015 Session

State Senator Charles Schwertner of Georgetown, whose District 5 territory includes Brazos County, says he was “very pleased with some of the progress we made” during the recently completed legislative session, adding “We kept Texas moving in a very positive direction.” Senator Schwertner visited with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about reducing taxes and fees, his fight […]

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