Officer Kelley McKethan of the Bryan police department visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about looking for suspicious activity, a former officer rejoining the department, another officer being promoted, safety tips for children at home alone this summer, and locations of increased traffic enforcement. More about the promotion of Officer Cary Beason to Sergeant: On […]
A Brenham veterinarian who lost her job after posting a picture of a feral cat she killed by shooting her bow and arrow through its head has not committed a crime. A news release from the Austin County District Attorney’s office stated a grand jury no-billed Kristen Lindsey after determining there was insufficient proof to […]
News release from Texas A&M: Meigan C. Aronson, a professor of physics and astronomy at Stony Brook University in New York and a physicist at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Brookhaven National Laboratory with a strong track record of experimental research and professional service at key national levels, has been named Dean of Science at […]
Bryan police on patrol at 2 a.m. Wednesday saw two individuals with a flashlight run across a street near Sul Ross elementary school on Midwest Drive. After a brief foot chase the officers caught a 13 and a 16 year old. That led to the discovery of seven vehicle burglaries. Most of the stolen property […]
College Station Mayor Nancy Berry visited with Scott Delucia on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs Wednesday, June 24 2015.
Congressman Bill Flores of Bryan visited with Scott Delucia on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs Wednesday, June 24 2015.
Pink Alliance, the Brazos Valley’s advocate for breast health and cancer support, is hosting their 13th Annual Surviving and Thriving luncheon on Thursday, October 8, 2015 at the College Station Hilton. Tuesday night, Pink Alliance held a special reception to announce this year’s Surviving and Thriving guest speaker, Joan Lunden. Patricia Gerling, Pink Alliance President, […]
The life of Aggie John David Crow was celebrated Tuesday at Reed Arena. The host of the program at Reed Arena, Will Johnson of 12th Man Productions, recalled multiple interviews with Texas A&M’s first Heisman Trophy winner, who passed away last week. Lynn Hickey, who Crow recruited as women’s head basketball coach and assistant athletic […]
A College Station police officer on patrol Monday afternoon witnessed a vehicle burglary. The officer, driving on Park Place between Highlands and Montclair, saw a man on a bicycle who was leaning into an open driver’s side door of a pickup. 18 year old Da’Michael Henson of College Station was arrested and $2.25 in change […]
CS Businessman Awaiting Local Trial is Indicted in Denton County, Bryan Man Convicted of Unlawful Possession of a Weapon, and Bryan Man Guilty of Leon County TheftFeatured Stories, News Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015
Denton County authorities let a local businessman turn himself in at the Brazos County jail on two criminal charges. According to online jail records, 40 year old Christos Dallis of College Station was indicted in Denton County on charges of assaulting a family member and unlawful restraint. He spent 15 minutes in jail before he […]