Tractor Supply Company Reaches Settlement Over ATV Emissions

WASHINGTON (AP) _ Tractor Supply Company Inc. has reached a settlement with federal regulators over the illegal sale of 28,000 off-road vehicles and small engines that failed to meet Clean Air Act requirements. The U.S. Justice Department and the Environmental Protection Agency announced the settlement Wednesday. The agencies said the Tennessee-based equipment and tool retailer […]

St. Joseph Health System Names New Market President

News release courtesy of St. Joseph Health System: St. Joseph Health System is pleased to welcome Rick D. Napper as Market President, effective November 2, 2015. Napper will oversee the entire St. Joseph Health System, including five hospitals, two long term care facilities, more than 20 ambulatory clinics, and 100 employed providers. He joins St. […]

City of Bryan Receives Nearly $4 Million In TxDOT Grants

News release from the city of Bryan: The City of Bryan was one of 15 cities statewide to receive funding under the competitive program that awarded $25 Million to project sponsors with populations less than 200,000. The City of Bryan submitted five projects for consideration that were prioritized by the City Council. The City’s top […]

College Station Mayor Nancy Berry on WTAW

College Station Mayor Nancy Berry discussed upcoming budget plans, thoughts on the Northpoint Crossing request that was pulled before the council’s last meeting, game day traffic, and more during her regular appearance on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, September 30. Click below to listen to Mayor Nancy Berry visit with WTAW’s Scott Delucia 

Congressman Bill Flores on WTAW

U.S. Representative Bill Flores (R-TX) of Bryan discussed House Speaker John Boehner’s plan to leave Congress at the end of October, legislative plans for a continuing resolution to fund the government, planning for the future under new leadership, and more during his weekly Washington update on The Infomaniacs Wednesday, September 30. Click below to listen to Congressman […]

Bryan Police Update

Sgt. Ryan Bona of the Bryan police department visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about traffic reminders related to home football games Friday and Saturday night, a final reminder about registering for National Night Out block parties, and locations of increased traffic enforcement.

Brazos County Jailer Arrested For Domestic Violence-Aggravated Kidnapping

A domestic violence arrest involving a charge of aggravated kidnapping has resulted in the paid suspension of a Brazos County jail guard. 55 year old Rene Estrada is accused of forcibly restraining his wife at their home on August 15th. According to the arrest report, Bryan police were sent to check on the couple the […]

Convention and Visitors Bureau Hosts Their Annual Review And Preview

The annual year in review luncheon by the Bryan/College Station convention and visitors bureau (CVB) set the stage for its most aggressive marketing campaign ever. The CVB starts their new fiscal year on Thursday with an additional $506,000 dollars in marketing money generated by the hotel occupancy tax. CVB president Shannon Overby says hotels generated […]

Aggieland Humane Society Update

Aggieland Humane Society received a grant from the Texas Friend Animal License Plate program. With the money, Leiha White said they can expand their Pitbull Wellness Packages to surrounding counties. They will start with Burleson County this Thursday. The Pitbull Wellness Packages allow you to get your dog micro-chipped for free and receive a voucher […]

Brazos County Criminal Court Convictions For Swallowing Evidence, Child Endangerment, & Violating Probation

A year and a half ago, a Bryan man was hospitalized after police caught him swallowing a vial of suspected PCP. A Brazos County district court jury convicted 23 year old Ronnie James Lott of tampering with evidence without authorities ever recovering the evidence. Then Lott and prosecutors agreed to a ten year prison sentence […]

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