Texas A&M Fall Enrollment Up Over Last Year

Fall enrollment at Texas A&M is up by more than six percent in College Station and by five percent at the health science Center. An infographic on A&M’s Twitter feed says 59,129 are taking classes in College Station. That’s an increase of 3,319. Headcount at the HSC is 2,591, which is up by 124. Adding […]

CS Police Investigating Armed Robbery Involving Drugs, Guns, and a Pit Bull

Two guns and a pit bull are part of an armed robbery being investigated by College Station police. Officers were sent Sunday morning around 4:30 to a residence on Dominik between Stallings and George Bush. The victim said he had invited the suspect to his home to use and sell narcotics. The victim reported he […]

Cain Hall Offices Moving Out For Future Demolition and Replacement

Various Texas A&M student services departments began moving out of Cain Hall this week. That’s as plans progress to demolish and replace the office building as part of a development north of Kyle Field that will also lead to a hotel and parking garage. The offices of the Dean of Student Life, Disability Services, Residence […]

College Station Man Dies In Fiery Crash East of Bryan

DPS troopers are looking into why a College Station man died Thursday night in a crash east of Bryan. Trooper Jimmy Morgan says the victim, 38 year old Andres Vazquez, was driving westbound on Highway 21 when the vehicle went off the road, struck a tree, and caught fire. Vazquez’s body taken to Austin for […]

College Station PD Weekend Reminders

More burglaries were reported to College Station police in September compared to the year before. Of the approximate 50 cases, 21 were during a four day span last weekend. Lieutenant Steve Brock says this weekend, thieves will have more vehicles to choose from since there’s a Texas A&M home football game. Brock says five of […]

Military Plane Crash in Afghanistan Kills Four Airmen Based in Abilene

DYESS AIR FORCE BASE, Texas (AP) _ Officials say four airmen from an Air Force base in West Texas were among 11 people killed in a U.S. military transport plane crash in Afghanistan. Dyess (DY’-us) Air Force Base in Abilene on Friday announced the victims included four members of the 317th Airlift Group A Dyess […]

Axis Pipe and Tube Community Appreciation Event

A local manufacturer has made a big splash in the local economy, and this week, they took the time to say thank you. Axis Pipe and Tube, located in north Bryan, held a community appreciation tour and lunch at their facility on Wednesday. Several city and county officials were in attendance, including County Judge Duane […]

30th Arrest Of College Station Woman Accuses Her Of Injuring Her Son

A College Station woman was arrested Wednesday on charges she injured her six year old son by striking him with an extension cord and a belt three weeks ago. An off duty Bryan policeman working at St. Joseph’s saw the child’s aunt bring him in the emergency room with a large bleeding bump on the […]

Downtown Bryan Update

Sandy Farris of the Downtown Bryan Association visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about last weekend’s Texas Reds Festival, tomorrow’s 10th anniversary of First Friday, and other activities.

Ice House on Main Redevelopment

An iconic building in Historic Downtown Bryan is getting a makeover. The Ice House on Main was built in 1912 as the Bryan Ice Company. Throughout the years, the 20,000 sqaure foot building has been home to furniture manufacturing, a nightclub and more. Advent GX is redeveloping the building into multi-use development including special event […]

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