Public Comments At Bryan Council Meeting About A Councilman’s Arrest Leads To Microphone Being Turned Off Twice

Tuesday night’s Bryan city council meeting was the first since Reuben Marin was arrested two weeks ago on a charge of family violence assault. Marin said nothing about that, and he had no reaction to comments from two public speakers whose microphones were turned off for a combined three and a half minutes. City Secretary […]

UPDATE: Process To Determine College Station Fire Chief Finalists

Update 1/11/2017: The four finalists for the position of College Station Fire Chief are in town today (1/11/2017) for a full day of visits, interviews and tours. A city spokesman says their schedules do not include receptions with community members and the media because “these guys will be busy dawn ’til dusk” with other obligations. […]

State Representative John Raney on WTAW

District 14 State Representative John Raney of Bryan discussed several topics coming out of Washington D.C. including the rainy day fund, bills he has introduced, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Wednesday, January 11. Click below to hear John Raney visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. JohnRaney011117   Additional information from Rep. Raney […]

Congressman Bill Flores on WTAW

Representative Bill Flores of Bryan (R-TX) discussed actions Donald Trump could take on day one of his presidency, the Affordable Care Act, his appointment to the Energy and Commerce Committee, and more during his weekly Washington update on The Infomaniacs on Wednesday, January 11. Click below to hear Bill Flores visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. […]

Local Red Cross Installs Free Smoke Alarms

This Saturday, in honor of Martin Luther King Day, which is also a nationwide day of service, the local Red Cross is participating in a Home Fire Campaign. Amy Grace, Executive Director of American Red Cross Serving the Heart of Texas, said their goal is to install 500 free smoke alarms in the Escandido and […]

United Way of the Brazos Valley Update

United Way of the Brazos Valley president Alison Prince, joined by BVCASA’s Crystal Crowell, visits with WTAW’s Chelsea Reber. AlisonPrince_CrystalCrowell010917

Two Vehicle Crash Involves Waller County Ambulance

DPS is investigating a two vehicle crash involving a Toyota SUV and a Waller County ambulance Monday morning around 6 a.m. According to Trooper Jimmy Morgan, the ambulance was traveling southbound on State Highway 6 when it struck the SUV crossing the roadway at the intersection of FM 2. The two paramedics in the ambulance, […]

Community Supports Local Family Who Loses Wife and Mother

A local family is in need of community support after the mother, Dr. Faith Kairu, unexpectedly fell ill and died while her family was traveling over the holidays. Faith, her husband Tim, and their three children were in Kenya visiting loved ones when she started feeling unwell a few days before returning to Texas. On […]

Bryan School Board Approves Superintendent Qualifications

At last week’s Bryan I-S-D school board meeting, members approved a list of qualifications and characteristics for their next superintendent following a presentation by a consultant from the Texas Association of School Boards. Mark McCall, Vice President, said all nine qualifications and characteristics presented by the consultant were considered and approved. McCall said one point […]

Bryan ISD’s Tim Rocka on WTAW

Bryan ISD Interim Superintendent Tim Rocka discussed the Texas Education Agency’s proposed A-F rating system and Bryan ISD’s preliminary ratings, school vouchers, school finance, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Monday, January 9. Click below to hear Tim Rocka visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. TimRocka010917

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