City of College Station Update on WTAW

Debbie Eller, Director of Community Services, discussed affordable housing, senior living, and more during her appearance on The Infomaniacs on Friday, January 12, 2018. Click below to hear Debbie Eller visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. DebbieEller011218

Governor Abbott Announces Another Extension For Hurricane Harvey Victims In FEMA Transitional Housing

News release from Governor Abbott’s office: Governor Greg Abbott today announced that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has granted Texas’ request to extend the deadline for Transitional Sheltering Assistance (TSA) for victims of Hurricane Harvey. TSA helps displaced victims of the storm who are unable to return to their homes find short-term shelter in […]

What Not To Take The Next Time You Visit The Texas State Capitol

News release from the Texas Department of Public Safety: The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is implementing certain security measures at the Texas Capitol Complex and Capitol Grounds to enhance safety. These measures are aimed at preventing violent confrontations during protests and demonstrations; maintaining order; and protecting all Capitol visitors from injury or infringement […]

Bryan Man Killed In Crash Northeast Of City

A crash northeast of Bryan Wednesday night killed a local man. DPS is investigating whether alcohol was a contributing factor in the rollover on FM 974 near FM 2776. Troopers report the driver who died, 43 year old Sergio Gutierrez-Barrera, was ejected from his pickup as he was attempting to get it back on the […]

Stolen Pickup In Wednesday Hit And Run Crash Knocked Out Traffic Signals At 29th & Briarcrest

Bryan police continue to look for a man accused of driving a stolen truck that was involved in a hit and run crash near 29th and Briarcrest that caused the traffic signals at that intersection to go dark for more than 30 minutes. Witnesses told police the driver sustained minor injuries as he fled the […]

Bryan Council To Vote On Annexation Consultant’s Contract In Two Weeks

In two weeks, the Bryan city council will take action on a consultant’s contract that could lead to annexation on the city’s west and north sides. Earlier this week, there was no opposition to hiring a consultant to study annexation in and around the RELLIS campus. The contract cost would not exceed $115,000 dollars. The […]

Walmart Announces Pay Raises And Confirms Closing 63 Sam’s Club Stores

NEW YORK (AP) _ The Latest on Walmart’s decision to boost starting salaries for U.S. workers while also closing dozens of Sam’s Club stores around the country (all times local): 3 p.m. A Walmart official says the company is closing 63 Sam’s Club stores across the country. About 10 of those stores will be repurposed […]

Governor Abbott Has A Record Campaign Warchest

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott raised $9-plus million through the end of last year and now has a record war chest of $43.3 million to fund a November re-election bid that’s not expected to be competitive. Abbott’s campaign announced Thursday that its cash on hand totals now exceed any statewide candidate […]

Bryan Council Update On Converting Former Municipal Golf Course To A Superpark

This week’s Bryan city council meeting included an update on turning the former Bryan municipal golf course into a superpark. City manager Kean Register says the deadline for design firms interested in the project to contact the city is January 25th. Then staff would take two weeks to review the proposals before making a recommendation […]

New Texas A&M Volleyball Coach Laura “Bird” Kuhn Introduced to Media

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Newly hired Texas A&M head volleyball coach Laura “Bird” Kuhn met with the media for the first time since accepting the position late last month and arriving in College Station on Monday evening. Kuhn, a former American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) Assistant Coach of the Year, and previously the associate head coach […]

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