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Bryan School Board Approves A New Pre-Kindergarten Program With A Local Day Care Provider

The Bryan school district has received grant money from the state to start a new pre-kindergarten program with a local day care provider. Bryan ISD’s pre-kindergarten coordinator, Schronda Burns, says eligible three and four year olds get three hours of instruction each day from a certified teacher. Click HERE for more information from the Bryan […]

Bryan Man’s Second Arrest In Three Weeks Is For Assaulting His Ex-Wife

The second arrest of a Bryan man in three weeks is on charges of family violence assault with a prior conviction, resisting arrest, and evading arrest. 46 year old Douglas Pak, according to the arrest report, was waiting when his ex-wife arrived at her west Bryan home Wednesday during the midnight hour. The victim had […]

Brazos County District Court Cases Resulting In Time Behind Bars

A Bryan man who admitted to drunk driving for the sixth time almost two years ago has returned to the Brazos County jail. 62 year old Mickey Chambers was arrested last September for violating community supervision. The more than four page list of violations included failing to breathe into an ignition interlock device 55 times […]

Association Of Former Students Announces 2018 Class Of Texas A&M Distinguished Alumni

From The Association of Former Students of Texas A&M University: Ten Aggies have been selected to receive the 2018 Distinguished Alumnus Award — the highest honor bestowed upon a former student of Texas A&M University. Texas A&M University and The Association of Former Students are proud to welcome as Distinguished Alumni: • L.D. “Duke” Hobbs […]

Why B/CS Freeway Ramps Have Been Closed This Week

If you’ve driven the freeway this week, you may have noticed additional on and off ramps have been closed. The reason, according to the TxDOT district office in Bryan, is due to repairing signs. TxDOT workers began the work Monday, and they are scheduled to finish repairs at various locations in the northbound and southbound […]

City of Bryan Update on WTAW

Bryan Texas Utilities’ Vicki Reim visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about customer operations, online services, hot weather, ERCOT, and more during her appearance on The Infomaniacs on Thursday, June 7, 2018. Listen to “BTU’s Vicki Reim on The Infomaniacs” on Spreaker.

Bryan ISD Looking For New Rudder High School Principal

The night after the Bryan school board filled two principal positions, another opening was created. Rudder High principal Bennie Mayes is leaving after three years to become Waller ISD’s next chief of secondary schools. Mayes came to Bryan after serving as a junior high principal in Waller. Bryan ISD has created a survey on the […]

Bryan School Board President Talks About School Safety

Public school officials around the state continue to review last week’s safety recommendations proposed by Governor Abbott. Bryan school board president Mark McCall told WTAW News the district already does some of the things in the governor’s more than 40 page report. One example is the district’s relationship with the Bryan police department. McCall says […]

College Station City Council Votes On Current And Future Development Plans

The last College Station city council meeting includes two votes on items related to housing, commercial, and business developments. The council approved plans to develop and market 250 acres the city is now calling the “College Station Business Center. The land is generally bordered on the west by the freeway, the south by Fitch, and […]

Bryan Woman Accused Of Setting Fire To Her Home

There was moderate fire damage to a west Bryan home and its furnishings early Tuesday morning. Three family members and an adult guest told fire and police investigators the fire was set. Officer Kelley McKethan says a domestic disturbance ended in the woman living at the home pouring gasoline inside the home, igniting the fuel, […]

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