Bryan Policeman Visits With Reporters Three Weeks After Being Shot

A Bryan policeman whose life was saved after a gunshot hit his protective vest visited with reporters about what happened three weeks ago. Officer Joel Bravo, an 11 year member of the Bryan police department, says he’s more cautious and more aware of his surroundings. While Bravo says he was able to stay on his […]

Tommy Wallis Sues Bryan ISD & Texas Attorney General To Block The Release Of More Records

Former Bryan school district superintendent Tommy Wallis has gone to court in an effort to block the release of additional records that might include what was written about him by his leadership team. Wallis filed a lawsuit in Austin after the Texas Attorney General’s office directed Bryan ISD to release more documents. Two weeks ago, […]

The “Voice of Kyle Field” Stepping Down

Kyle Field public address announcer Chace Murphy has resigned after 16 seasons at the mic. Murphy has served as PA announcer for Texas A&M home football and men’s basketball games since 2001. He made the announcement via Facebook Friday afternoon: “After much prayerful consideration, I have resigned as public address announcer for Texas A&M Athletics. It is […]

Bryan Council Approves $2.2 Million On Unbudgeted Parks Projects

Four Bryan parks will be getting improvements as the result of unanimous votes at this week’s city council meeting. None of the projects were in this year’s budget. A variety of funding sources are planned to pay the estimated combined cost of two point two million dollars. Most of it, $1.8 million, is going into […]

Convention & Visitor’s Bureau Finds New Offices

After a three year search, the convention and visitor’s bureau (CVB) appears to be getting new permanent offices in College Station. No one on the Bryan city council expressed opposition at this week’s meeting to the $490,000 dollar proposal on the ground floor of The Lofts At Wolf Pen Creek at Holleman and Dartmouth. According […]

Jeb Bush’s Political Future: Unlikely

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, whose bid for the presidency was derailed by businessman and eventual winner Donald Trump, says it’s unlikely he’ll run for office again. Bush said Thursday that “life goes on” and that he’s focused on building up his business again and working with the foundation he […]

BTU Upgrading Computer Software Means No Access To Paying Bills

From the city of Bryan & BTU: On Friday, January 13, 2017, the Bryan Texas Utilities (BTU) main office and payment drive-thru located at 205 E. 28th Street in Bryan, will close at 1:30 PM for software system maintenance. All payment methods, including online customer accounts, kiosks, and the interactive voice response (IVR) phone system, […]

City of College Station Update on WTAW

David Brower, Community Development Analyst in the City of College Station’s Community Services Department, discussed home buyer education classes, the Down Payment Assistance Program, and more during his appearance on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs on Friday, January 13. Click below to hear David Brower visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. DavidBrower011317

Aggie Women’s Basketball Defeats Arkansas

COLLEGE STATION- Texas A&M routed Arkansas 90-65 in a women’s basketball game on Thursday night at Reed Arena, picking up the Aggies’ largest SEC win since 2015. The Aggies shot a blistering 66.0% from the field in the game, just 0.7% off of the school record. The Aggies (13-4, 3-1 SEC) led 40-28 at the […]

CHI St. Joseph Health Reduces Staff For The Second Time In Five Months

For the second time in five months, layoffs have taken place at Bryan based CHI St. Joseph Health. A spokeswoman tells WTAW News 22 positions were eliminated, primarily focused on non-patient care roles. That’s after four positions were cut last August. The reductions, according to the CHI statement, were the result of an “effort to […]

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