Emergency Plan for Your Pets

This week’s rain and historic flooding in Louisiana is a reminder of the flooding some local residents experienced earlier this year. When preparing an emergency plan for you and your family, Aggieland Humane Society’s Leiha White said to remember your pets. “Always encouraging those microchips so that if you cannot get back to your home, […]

Jailed College Station Man Gets An Arrest Warrant For A Bryan Armed Robbery

A College Station man in jail since July 4th on drug and driving related charges is now accused of armed robbery. Bryan police issued an arrest warrant to 23 year old Trevor Allen as one of two men who held up the Hillcrest Grocery on June 13th. Allen and the other suspect are accused of […]

Texas A&M Police Giving Presentations on Campus Carry

Texas A&M University police are giving presentations to faculty, staff and students to help them better understand the new campus carry law, which went into effect on August 1st. Chris Meyer, Assistant Vice President for Safety and Security, said the presentations cover what is legal and illegal about breaking concealment, how to interpret new signage, […]

College Station Councilwoman Blanche Brick on WTAW

College Station City Councilwoman Blanche Brick discussed the city’s new ban on handheld wireless devices while driving, issues with Texas A&M football game day housing rentals and parking, the budget, and more on her appearance on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs on Friday, August 19. Click below to hear Blanche Brick visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. BlancheBrick081916

Drug Deal Turns Into Armed Robbery

Thursday, August 18, just before 8 p.m., College Station police responded to the 1800 block of Brothers Blvd. off Longmire for a robbery. According to the report, the victim said someone showed a gun and demanded property. During the investigation, officers learned the suspects and victims met during a drug transaction. The suspects, 23 year-old […]

WTAW & The Zone Extends Texas A&M Athletics Flagship Status Through 2021

News release from Learfield Texas A&M Ventures: Texas A&M University Athletics and its multimedia rights holder, Learfield’s Texas A&M Ventures, announced today an extension with College Station’s own Bryan Broadcasting to remain the Aggies’ flagship radio home for the next five years. Concurrent with the upcoming 2016-17 athletic season, fans can continue to rely on […]

Coulter Field’s James Brown on WTAW

James Brown, Coulter Field Airport Manager, discusses future updates and events to the airport during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Thursday, August 18. Click below to hear James Brown visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. JamesBrown081816

Scott & White Health Plan Is Leaving Obamacare

From the Scott and White Health plan website: What has been announced? Effective in 2017, we will exit the federal health care Marketplace and refine our off-Marketplace plans to reflect the changing market. Scott and White Health Plan (SWHP) will continue to offer selected bronze off-Marketplace HMO individual and family plans, and the Insurance Company […]

Joey Dunn on WTAW

Joey Dunn, City of Bryan’s Deputy City Manager, discusses what Downtown Bryan is doing for the upcoming Texas A&M football season, the budget vote, and more on his appearance during The Infomaniacs on Thursday, August 18. Click below to hear Joey Dunn visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. JoeyDunn081816

Bryan PD Have People Of Interest In Armed Robbery & Hotel Burglary

Bryan police has released surveillance video of two men accused of the August 13th armed robbery at Hillcrest Grocery on South College. If you recognize either of these men you are asked to call BPD at 979-209-5300 or Brazos County Crime Stoppers at 979-775-TIPS. Refer to case #16-0800540.   Bryan police has released a photo […]

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