College Station residents who are registered voters are invited to help draft a bond package that will go to voters a year from now. City Secretary Sherry Mashburn says those on the 23 member committee will also be in one of three subcommittees. The time commitment is two meetings a month for the next six […]
Texas A&M Transportation Services has announced several tweaks for Saturday’s football game. Executive Director Peter Lange says for those leaving the west campus garage, there will be more green light time turning from Kimbrough to Wellborn. And to keep southbound traffic moving on Wellborn, Lange says there will be intermittent closures preventing traffic from turning […]
Motorists in College Station have two more traffic advisories. One involves College Station firefighters positioned at various locations around town Thursday through Saturday. They’re conducting their annual fill the boot fundraiser for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. And watch out for construction workers Thursday in the area of the Rock Prairie Road bridge project over the […]
The primary reason for the biomedical corridor, addressing a worldwide health issue, may get its first test in the near future. The New York Times reports Bryan based Caliber Biotherapeutics is among several companies negotiating with federal officials to manufacture an experimental drug for treating those with the Ebola virus. Click HERE to read The […]
A year after a Bryan man admitted to a drug-related robbery, only to get a judge to drop a plea agreement, he has been found guilty of capital murder. A Brazos County district court jury convicted 41 year old Eugene Jenkins for his part in the death of 18 year old Raymond Cavazos in December […]
The B/CS Salvation Army has extended the application period for its Angel Tree holiday assistance program. Interviews will be conducted and applications will be accepted October 14-17 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. each day. A reminder that this year’s Angel Tree program recipients are up to 12 years of age. And applicants are requested […]
News release courtesy of the Texas Attorney General’s office: AUSTIN – The State of Texas, 49 states and the District of Columbia today announced the resolution of a multistate investigation into wireless carrier AT&T Inc. for its role in cellphone “cramming” – the unlawful practice of placing unauthorized third-party charges on mobile phone accounts. Cramming […]
Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski discussed Fort Worth housing problems with students near TCU and similarities in Bryan, Texas Reds recap, an update on Axis and Gunler, a “super park” update, and more during his regular appearance on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, October 8. Click below to listen to Mayor Jason Bienski visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.
Officer Kelley McKethan of the Bryan police department visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about National Night Out block parties, the upcoming candlelight vigil sponsored by the Brazos County Coalition Against Domestic Violence, and locations of increased traffic enforcement.
United Way of the Brazos Valley President Alison Prince and Vice President of Community Impact Lindsey Guerin visit with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about Volunteer Brazos Valley, formerly known as the Volunteer Center. Click HERE to be directed to Volunteer Brazos Valley.