A west Bryan convenience store was held up Saturday night. Police say no one was hurt and an undisclosed amount of money was taken from the Chevron at Harvey Mitchell Parkway and Leonard Road. A Hispanic male entered the convenience store, displayed a firearm and demanded money. The suspect is described as 20-25 years of […]
News release and video from Blue Bell’s website: Due to the extended timeline required to ensure the highest quality and safety of Blue Bell’s products when the company resumes production, and because supply and distribution will be limited for some time to come, Blue Bell Creameries CEO and President Paul Kruse today announced “the agonizing […]
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ Texas is closer to revamping the grand jury system that was in place for hundreds of Houston police shootings that didn’t result in any officer indictments. The Republican-controlled House gave final approval Friday to ditching the “pick-a-pal” way the biggest counties in Texas choose grand juries. Federal courts stopped using a […]
Three weeks from Saturday, the Brazos Valley Farmers Market will be in a new location. Bryan city councilman Al Saenz forwarded the announcement from the Downtown Bryan Association announced at this week’s council meeting the move to 21st Street between Main and Bryan. The relocation of the Farmers Market on June 6 is the […]
Once again, a delegation from the Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce had the opportunity to visit with top leaders during their trip to Washington D.C. That included a conversation with House Speaker John Boehner. Chamber board chairman Rich White says Boehner is feeling a stronger sense of optimism and positive outlook…moreso than he ever has. […]
As part of Suddenlink bringing gigabit internet speed to Bryan/College Station, that infrastructure is also creating an all-digital TV lineup. Suddenlink spokesman Gene Ragan says the transition will be completed on June 9. Ragan says some customers will need to get an digital adaptor to receive the new channel lineup. He says one way to […]
Officials at Blue Bell and state agencies in Texas and Oklahoma have announced what needs to be done before ice cream is sold again, following the discovery of listeria bacteria. Blue Bell must notify the Texas Department of State Health Services at least two weeks before production resumes so the state can do a full […]
Brazos County state senator Charles Schwertner of Georgetown discussed today’s HHS hearing about mental health funding, worker status verification, an ethics bill the Senate sent to the House, and more during his call to The Infomaniacs, Thursday, May 14. Click below to listen to Senator Charles Schwertner’s discussion with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.
Courtesy of TxDOT: 9:20AM-FLOODING UPDATE FM 3090 in Grimes is closed at Coleman Bottom due to water over the roadway. Please find alternate route. 9AM FLOODING UPDATE on 5/14/15 FM 2989 in Walker County is closed at Bedias Creek due to water over the roadway. This is the only road closed due to flooding in […]
Brazos County state senator Charles Schwertner’s weekly visit with Scott Delucia on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs included a review of recent issues and what’s to come as the regular session enters its final days.