Ninth Sigma Nu College Station Fraternity Member Arrested On Drug Charges

Another house manager of College Station’s former Sigma Nu fraternity is the ninth member to be arrested on drug charges following a party that killed a fellow member. 22 year old Alexander Statler of Bryan is out of jail on bond after being booked for possessing marijuana and cocaine. Investigators searched the frat house following […]

My Aggie Nation Podcast: Quentin Coryatt revisits “The Hit”

In this week’s episode of the My Aggie Nation Podcast, former Texas A&M linebacker Quentin Coryatt takes a look back at “The Hit” and talks about the charity work he is doing for children in Haiti. Coryatt also breaks down the current Aggie defense that has revived the “Wrecking Crew” nickname. The Eagle‘s Steve Kuhlmann recaps […]

Another Record Fall Enrollment at Texas A&M

News release from Texas A&M: After awarding a record 15,302 degrees during the just-completed academic year, Texas A&M University begins the new school year with record enrollment: 66,426 overall and 60,979 on the College Station campus—placing it first in Texas and high among the leaders nationally. The 20th class day figures include Texas A&M’s branch […]

City of Bryan Update on WTAW

Mary Lynne Stratta is joined by Farrah Peterson, Deputy Municipal Court Administrator, and Danielle Starling, Juvenile Case Manager/Teen Court Coordinator, during this week’s City of Bryan update on The Infomaniacs on Thursday, October 13. Click below to hear the update with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. BryanUpdate101316

Bryan Police Notified of Banking Scam

Courtesy of Bryan Police Department: The Bryan Police Department was recently notified of another scam attempt to gain access to citizens’ banking information. In this most recent attempt, bank customers are receiving a text message requesting that they call a particular phone number. Once that number is called, they receive an automated message requesting the […]

Baylor Scott & White – College Station Earns Trauma Center Designation

Courtesy of Baylor Scott & White: COLLEGE STATION, Texas – (October 12, 2016) Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – College Station has been designated a Level III trauma center by the Texas Department of State Health Services. “A successful trauma center verification survey and designation is a display of our commitment to the community, […]

Under A Month Before Wireless Device Ban Begins On CS Streets

Motorists and bicyclists in College Station are a month away from the start of a ban on using wireless devices. Police chief Scott McCollum says they’re continuing a word of mouth education campaign. The most popular question has been when the ordinance takes affect…which is November 9th. Next, is when enforcement begins. McCollum compares it […]

CSISD School Board Adopts Boundary Changes After Responding To Attacks By Parents

The College Station school board has adopted changes in school attendance zones at fifth through 12th grade campuses as recommended by their 37 member committee. But the board’s focus Tuesday night during a 90 minute discussion was on how some parents went too far to express their opinions. Board members compared the majority of parental […]

Congressman Bill Flores on WTAW

U.S. Representative Bill Flores (R-TX) of Bryan discussed a federal appeals ruling regarding the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the presidential campaign, Donald Trump, and more during his weekly Washington update on The Infomaniacs on Wednesday, October 12. Click below to hear Congressman Bill Flores visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. BillFlores101216

Grimes County Advisory Group Public Meeting

The Grimes County Advisory Group (GCAG) is hosting a public meeting to update citizens and landowners on two projects. David Tullos told Navasota News they have received several calls about Texas Central’s high speed bullet train and Texas Department of Transportation’s SH 249 project also known as the Aggie Expressway. Representatives from Barron & Adler, […]

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