Texas Medicaid Cuts Are Still Coming Following Court Hearing

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ Texas health officials say they will still implement a $350 million cut in Medicaid payments for therapy services _ surprising opponents who thought they walked out of a courtroom with a victory. An attorney for the Texas Health and Human Services Commission told a judge Wednesday morning they planned to “start […]

Prairie View City Council Renames Street For Sandra Bland

PRAIRIE VIEW, Texas (AP) — A small Texas university town where a black Chicago-area woman was arrested during a traffic stop, launching a chain of events that ended in her death in a jail cell, has renamed for her the road to her alma mater. The Prairie View City Council voted Tuesday night to rename […]

United Way Update

Alison Prince of United Way visits with WTAW’ Chelsea Reber about their mission and purpose in the community. Click below to hear comments from Alison Prince visiting with WTAW’s Chelsea Reber. AlisonPrince082415

CSFD Blood Drive Fundraiser

Sunday, August 30th, College Station Fire Department is hosting a blood drive, platelet donation and picnic fundraiser for one of their own. Ben Miller is a seven year veteran who was diagnosed with AML Leukemia this summer. He has been receiving chemotherapy and other treatments at MD Anderson in Houston. His brothers at CSFD are […]

Brazos County Possible Foreign Trade Zone

Research Valley Partnership recently met with Port of Houston Authority officials to discuss the possible designation of all Brazos County as a Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ). Texas Triangle Park, Brazos County’s first FTZ, is part of the Port of Houston’s FTZ 84. A FTZ is a designated area in which foreign and domestic goods are […]

Nominations Being Accepted for Keep Brazos Beautiful

Keep Brazos Beautiful is hosting their Annual Awards Celebration and Luncheon on Wednesday, September 23rd from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. at The Hilton College Station. Raena Blumenthal, Executive Director, said ten awards will be given to individuals and organizations. “It is just a great way to celebrate the efforts of the countless individuals, organizations, […]

Pedestrian Struck and Killed in Bryan & Police Arrest Hit and Run Driver

A Bryan man was struck and killed Saturday night while walking on Texas north of Highway 21. Bryan police identified the pedestrian as 26 year old Oscar Lee Trevino. Investigators say Trevino was struck by a vehicle while walking in the street between Stephens Drive and Lightfoot Lane. The driver left the scene but was […]

Body Found Outside Hotel After Apparent Fall

An investigation by College Station Police continued Saturday after a body was found Friday by hotel staff at the College Station Hilton. CSPD Lieutenant Chuck Fleeger said the man was not an employee, and at the time of his death was not a guest. Police responded at 3:59 p.m. Friday. They said an investigation revealed […]

No Parking Zones Approved By CS Council

Three sets of no parking zones were approved at the last College Station city council meeting. The council approved a variety of traffic restrictions around the new Spring Creek elementary school. There will be no parking, standing, and stopping along streets in the school zone, as requested by College Station ISD officials. Councilwoman Blanche Brick […]

College Station Man Dies in Car Accident

A College Station man is dead after his car went off a bridge into the Brazos River shortly before noon on Thursday. Travis Michael Greene, 35, was driving at a high rate of speed eastbound on FM 413 in Falls County said Trooper DL Wilson. “For some unknown reason, approaching the bridge over the Brazos […]

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