Bryan Police Update

Bryan police officer Kelley McKethan visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about traffic safety in construction zones, looking for a suspected vehicle burglar, Saturday’s “Lunch with Law Enforcement” event, next week’s “Tip A Cop” fundraiser for local Special Olympics athletes, and an upcoming golf tournament benefiting charities supported by the BPD officer’s association.  

Tuesday Afternoon Power Outage In College Station

Update: As of 6:08 p.m., College Station Utilities reported all power has been restored. Original story: More than 4,400 hundred College Station electric customers were without power Tuesday afternoon. College Station Utilities (CSU) reported the driver of a track hoe doing construction work off Harvey Road east of the freeway pushed a tree into an […]

Bryan School Board Promotes Two Administrators And Hires A Third

The Bryan school board unanimously promoted two administrators and added a third at Monday night’s meeting. The new position is chief of staff to new superintendent Christie Whitbeck. Filling that role is a former co-worker of Dr. Whitbeck in Fort Bend ISD, Ginger Carrabine. Mrs. Carrabine’s husband, Mike, was named the new boys basketball head […]

College Station Mayor Karl Mooney On The Infomaniacs

College Station mayor Karl Mooney visited with WTAW’s Scott Delucia about the start of the legislature’s special session and topics from the last city council meeting on The Infomaniacs the morning of Monday, July 17, 2017.  

College Station Council Rejects Low Bid Due To 2005 Court Case

The College Station city council avoids doing business with a contractor who conspired with a former city employee to steal hundreds of thousands of dollars by overcharging the city 15 years ago. On a 6-1 vote, the council approved spending an additional 126 thousand dollars by going with the second lowest bidder on two contracts. […]

New Traffic Advisories

From the city of Bryan: Beginning Monday, July 17, 2017, drivers will experience daily lane closures at the Boonville Road (FM 158) and University Drive intersection to accommodate utility work associated with the University Drive Extension Project. Lane closures will occur daily from 8:30 AM until 4:30 PM and are anticipated to continue for two […]

Have You Seen This Pit Bull?

From College Station animal control: On 7/15/17, College Station Animal Control recieved a report of an animal bite that occurred on 7/13/17. The victim advised around 2000 hours on 7/13/17, he was at 201 Holleman Dr W (John Crompton Park) with his puppy. The victim advised his puppy was on leash but slipped away from […]

Bryan Small Businessowner Testifies Before A Congressional Subcommittee

One of three small business owners on Capitol Hill Thursday to testify before a House subcommittee looking at federal tax reform was from the twin cities. Rebecca Boenigk, who founded Neutral Posture with her mother 29 years ago, appeared before the House Ways and Means Committee’s tax policy subcommittee. Boenigk supports the proposal from Ways […]

Recapping Seven More Recent Local Arrests

Two people remain in jail after they were arrested earlier this week on charges of shoplifting more than six thousand dollars of televisions and other merchandise at two local Wal-Marts. Bryan police also charged 21 year old Angelica Pettus and 29 year old Jason Turner with engaging in organized criminal activity. According to BPD’s arrest […]

UPDATE: Interview With Bryan Lawyer Chosen To Lead The Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission

A friend made who suggested looking into the opening, started the path that led to Bryan lawyer Bentley Nettles becoming the next executive director of the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission. The retired general and former general counsel for the Texas Army National Guard says he asked about the leadership expectations of the agency. When Nettles […]

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