United Way of the Brazos Valley Update

Alison Prince, President of United Way of the Brazos Valley, and Kim Schams of Aggieland Pregnancy Outreach visit with WTAW’s Chelsea Reber. UnitedWay032017

Man Attacks Girlfriend While Son is Present

College Station police responded to the Hilton College Station just before 3:30 a.m. on Sunday for an assault. The victim said her and her boyfriend were arguing when things started to turn physical. When she tried to pick up the phone to call 911, he took the room phone from her, and broke her cell […]

Bryan Man Arrested for DWI and Threatening Officers

College Station police were called to the Northgate Parking Garage on St. Patrick’s Day after a city parking officer witnessed a driver hit a parked car and attempt to leave the garage. On arrival, a CSPD officer arrested Dillon Bartek, 26 of Bryan, for driving while intoxicated. While being place in the rear of the […]

Missing Autistic Child Found

It was a group effort in the search for a missing autistic child for more than four hours Sunday night. According to College Station police, the family and neighbors of the 17 year-old began their own search of the neighborhood in south College Station before contacting police just before 7 p.m. Over a dozen CSPD […]

Women’s Basketball Posts NCAA Tournament Record Comeback, Defeats Penn In NCAA First Round

LOS ANGELES- Texas A&M used a 25-1 run to make an NCAA Tournament record 21-point comeback to defeat Penn 63-61 in the First Round of the 2017 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament inside Pauley Pavilion on Saturday. Down 58-37 with 8:57 to play, the five-seed Aggies (22-11) rattled off their 25-1 run, holding the Quakers (22-8) […]

FM 60 Reopens By The Airport With An Advisory

From the TxDOT Bryan district office: FM 60 is now open from Turkey Creek Road to Research Parkway. The highway was closed as part of building a new interchange at 60 and FM 2818. TxDOT and their contractor are aware of the bad ride problems and some potential for additional pavement failures due to the […]

Prescription Drugs Stolen From A Bryan Walgreen’s

From Bryan police: On March 18, 2017 at 5:00 a.m. Officers responded to Walgreens, located at 3312 E. 29th St, for a robbery that had just occurred. A male entered the pharmacy area of Walgreens and took an undisclosed amount of prescription drugs. No one was injured during the robbery. The suspect fled in a […]

One Killed, Five Injured From Two Vehicle Crash In Bryan

From Bryan police: On March 18, 2017 at 2:35 a.m., officers responded to the 3800 block of S. Texas Ave at Garden Acres for a major accident. Preliminary reports state a Nissan cube with four occupants was traveling northbound in the 3800 block of S. Texas Ave in the inside lane. A Hyundai Sonata occupied […]

Easterwood Airport Project Update Given To County Commissioners

Five projects are underway at Easterwood Airport. Manager Josh Abramson announced at this week’s Brazos County commission meeting that American Airlines is bringing in larger jets, holding 65 passengers with two classes. At McKenzie terminal, which takes care of passenger jets, construction is nearing completion on an expanded ticketed boarding area where passengers will be […]

CS Man Arrested For Driving Stolen Riding Mower On The Texas A&M Campus

Taking an afternoon drive Thursday afternoon on the Texas A&M campus…on the wrong side of the street…behind the wheel of a riding mower valued at $13,500 dollars…has a College Station man in jail. 24 year old Joshua Holmes was arrested by university police for theft by possession of stolen property. The mower was reported stolen […]

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