College Station Council 4-3 Vote To Approves Aggieland Outfitters Rezoning

A divided College Station city council approved a rezoning request for Aggieland Outfitters to move two blocks from their current location at George Bush Drive and Highlands to George Bush and Fairview. The 4 to 3 vote followed two and a half hours of comments. The motion to approve the rezoning was made by James […]

Texas A&M Football Media Day: Louisiana-Lafayette

            Texas A&M head coach Kevin Sumlin               Aggie linebacker Cullen Gillaspia               Aggie running back Kendall Bussey               Aggie offensive lineman Conor Lanfear               Aggie […]

Burleson County Crash Kills A Bryan Man

A Bryan man was killed in a two vehicle crash on Highway 21 in Burleson County Tuesday morning. DPS troopers were told an eastbound two-ton pickup towing a flatbed trailer with construction tools was rear ended by a SUV. The driver of the pickup lost control as the trailer became detached. The truck went into […]

United Way Of The Brazos Valley Update

United Way of the Brazos Valley president Alison Prince visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about the launch of the community campaign at last week’s “Over The Edge Brazos Valley” fundraiser, and other topics.  

Bryan Councilman And Bryan Woman Will Not Be Prosecuted On Domestic Violence Assault Charges

Last December, Bryan city councilman Reuben Marin and a local woman were arrested on domestic violence related assault charges. Brazos County Attorney Rod Anderson said the decision was made two weeks ago not to pursue prosecution of Marin and Valerie Mendoza. Anderson says that’s after both parties completed requirements by his office and both signed […]

Weekend Arrests Include A DWI With Prior Convictions & Assaulting Two CS Police Officers

A hit and run crash Friday night in College Station led to an arrest of drunk driving with two prior convictions. No injuries were reported according to the arrest report from College Station police from the collision at Holleman and Eleanor. According to online jail records, 34 year old Bradley Locke was also held on […]

Looking For A Dog That Bit A Person Sunday Morning In Bryan’s Dog Park

From the city of Bryan: The Bryan Animal Services Division is asking for the public’s help in locating a dog that bit a person on September 10, 2017 around 9:30 AM at the Morris Buzz Hamilton Memorial Dog Park in Bryan. The animal was described as a black/grey terrier or schnauzer mix with longer hair […]

Monday The Last Day To Register To Vote For October’s Bryan ISD Special Election

Monday (September 11) is the last day to register to vote for the Bryan school district special election on October 10. The school board wants to access more state money by adding two cents to the property tax rate for maintenance and operations. That’s after the board decreased the tax rate for bond financing by […]

Sunday Fire At BTU Substation Causes Power Outage

At least 6,800 BTU electric customers in Bryan were without power Sunday following a fire at the substation on William Joel Bryan Parkway near Villa Maria Road. The cause of the fire to a substation breaker has not been determined. According to a city official, no one was at the substation when the fire started […]

Texas A&M Holds Off Nicholls State, 24-14

COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Kendall Bussey ran for 97 yards and the go-ahead 2-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter as Texas A&M outlasted Nicholls State 24-14 on Saturday night. The game was tied at 14-all when Bussey bulled into the end zone for A&M’s first score since the first quarter with about 7 1/2 minutes left to […]

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