12th Man Foundation Scholarship Named for Noel Devin

The Bryan woman who was killed along with her father in a suspected arson earlier this week worked for the 12th Man Foundation. The foundation has announced a memorial scholarship has been established honoring Noel Devin, who worked in the agency’s ticket center as associate vice president of resource management. Devin was also a 2004 […]

Congressman Bill Flores on WTAW

U.S. Representative Bill Flores (R-TX) of Bryan discussed progress on the house budget, the recent GAO report on redundancy, Medicare payouts to doctors, and more during his weekly Washington update on The Infomaniacs, Thursday, April 10. Click below to listen to Congressman Bill Flores’ discussion with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.

Identities Confirmed in Bryan Fatal House Fire

Bryan Police have confirmed the identities of who died following an explosion and fire at a home near Texas and Carson. The medical examiners office has positively identified the victims as 32 year old Noel Devin, who resided at the house on Vinewood, and her father, 63 year old Thomas Mac Devin of College Station. […]

Bryan Council Doesn’t Add Proposed Charter Changes to November’s Ballot

The Bryan city council voted against adding proposed changes to the city charter in this November’s election. Ann Horton’s vote came after hearing recommendations from the city attorney.   Rafael Pena repeated his call from two weeks ago to let voters decide.   Art Hughes says the proposal to ban relatives of council members from […]

Brazos Valley Fair Looking For More Volunteers

The Brazos Valley Fair is looking for 600 volunteers. Those who are interested are invited to attend a recruitment kickoff Tuesday night from 6 until 8 at the Brazos County Expo’s ballroom. Senior Manager Fiona Meyer expects more people will be available because this year’s fair moved from September to October. Click HERE for more […]

Army Leaders Say Ft. Hood Shooting Undermined Brotherhood

FORT HOOD, Texas (AP) _ The Army’s top leaders say the sense of security and brotherhood found at Fort Hood has been shattered by the recent shooting that left four soldiers dead and 16 others wounded. Gen. Ray Odierno, the Army chief of staff, said during a memorial ceremony Wednesday that the loss of soldiers […]

Bear Bryant Contracts With Texas A&M Unveiled

The new Hall of Champions at the expanded Kyle Field will include original documents associated with Texas A&M head football coach Paul “Bear” Bryant. System and University officials unveiled Bryant’s memorandum of agreement, employment contract, and house deed of sale from 1954. Bryant received base pay of $15,000, one percent of the gate, and the […]

Bryan Councilman Art Hughes on WTAW

Bryan City Councilman Art Hughes discussed his vote Tuesday against putting changes to the city charter on the general election ballot, progress on Texas Reds planning, and more on  The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, April 9. Click below to listen to Councilman Art Hughes visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.

Cement Truck Flips After Running Red Light

The intersection of Wellborn and Rock Prairie Roads was blocked for nearly three hours Tuesday following a crash. Witnesses told College Station Police a southbound cement truck ran a red light. The truck driver, attempting to avoid striking crossing traffic, swerved into the northbound lane. That caused the truck to roll onto its side. The […]

Bryan School Board Asked to Help Fund Natatorium Study

The Bryan school board has heard the pitch for building a new recreation center serving the twin cities, including an indoor aquatic center, that might be operated by the Houston YMCA. The Convention and Visitors Bureau board asked trustees to contribute $5,000 towards a feasibility study. College Station city councilman Karl Mooney, a member of […]

© 2014 WTAW. All Rights Reserved. Log in -