CVB Update

Jordan Meserole of the B/CS Convention and Visitors Bureau visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about the economic impact of summer events, a reminder to download the new Destination Aggieland smartphone app, and a reminder to check out and submit events on the CVB website. Click here to be directed to the CVB website.   News […]

Bryan Voters Won’t See Golf vs. Superpark Referendum This November

Bryan voters this November will not be given the choice to keep the municipal golf course or turn it into a superpark. Mayor Jason Bienski says the idea of a non-binding referendum has been dropped. That’s after a special meeting scheduled Friday morning to consider first round approval for the referendum ballot was cancelled after […]

College Station Councilwoman Julie Schultz on WTAW

College Station city councilwoman Julie Schultz visited with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia on The Infomaniacs Friday, August 15.

Brazos County District Court Criminal Case Recap

A Houston man caught minutes after an armed robbery at the Prosperity Bank branch at Highway 21 and Texas in Bryan last year has been convicted by a Brazos County district court jury. It took the jury four hours to decide punishment for 25 year old Kydrick Benton. He asked for probation, prosecutors sought at […]

More Arrests

A Bryan woman is in the Brazos County jail accused of crimes in three counties. 28 year old Courtney Mcfalls is being held on bonds totaling $124,000 dollars. In Bryan, she is accused of taking a co-workers credit card from her purse and made six unauthorized charges totaling $440 dollars. According to the arrest report, […]

College Station Council Recap

Thursday’s College Station city council meeting included two items involving annexation. The council approved starting the annexation process of 70 acres adjoining the south city limits, bordered by Wellborn Road, Royder Road, and Greens Prairie Road. City staff had projected annexing this area, considered part of the Wellborn Community Plan, within the next three years. […]

College Station City Council Receives Proposed FY 2015 Budget

The College Station city council received the proposed FY 2015 budget Thursday night. It calls for a property tax increase of 2.6542 cents. For the owner of a home valued at $224,500…the average value in College Station…that means a tax increase of $59.59. Click HERE to be directed to the proposed budget. $1.6 million in […]

Chamber Economic Briefing Features Impact of Local Oil and Gas Exploration

Reservations are still being accepted for next Wednesday’s Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce economic outlook briefing. Chamber President Royce Hickman this year’s focus is the impact of local oil and gas exploration. There will be a panel discussion moderated by Luke Legate with the Statewide Joint Association Oil & Gas Education Initiative Panelists are Dan […]

U-Turn In Front of a College Station Policeman Leads to Drug Arrests

Three men are in jail on drug charges after a College Station patrolman decided to follow a car that had made a u-turn in front of him Wednesday afternoon. According to the arrest report, the car accelerated after the driver noticed he was being followed. The pursuit from Dowling near Holleman ended with the car […]

Bryan Burglary Arrests

Bryan police have made two arrests that have cleared some of the approximately 30 burglaries reported this month. Officer Kelley McKethan says a woman accused of walking into two houses on Patton Avenue August 3rd was caught the next day coming out of a house on Graham Street. 43 year old Gayla Robertson has been […]

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