DPS Traffic Stop Slows Freeway Traffic In College Station During The Thursday Afternoon Commute

Southbound traffic on the freeway was at a near standstill Thursday afternoon from Harvey Road to William D. Fitch. College Station police, which issued the traffic advisory, reported one lane was blocked between the Rock Prairie exit and Barron Road. CSPD officers directed traffic around a DPS traffic stop where an arrest was made on […]

Invitation To Join Brazos County’s A&M Club Muster Dinner and Program

The president-elect of the Brazos County A&M Club and the chairman of this year’s Muster program, Earl Wurzbach, visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about their dinner and program on April 21.   The event is at the Memorial Student Center’s Bethancourt Ballroom (second floor, southwest corner). Doors open at 5:30, the dinner starts at 6, […]

Principal Named For CSISD’s New Wellborn Middle School

College Station’s new Wellborn Middle School doesn’t open until August of 2018. But the principal has been named of CSISD’s third middle school. Upon final action by the school board next Tuesday, Julia Mishler will start this July. Mishler is currently an assistant principal at College Station High School. News release from CSISD: CSISD Superintendent […]

City of Bryan Update on WTAW

Gary Schatz, Transportation Consultant, discussed railroad quiet zones in Bryan during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Thursday, April 13. Click below to hear Gary Schatz visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. GarySchatz041317

State Representative Kyle Kacal on WTAW

District 12 state representative Kyle Kacal discussed eminent domain legislation, water rights, the House budget, and more during his regular appearance on The Infomaniacs on Thursday, April 13. Click below to hear Kyle Kacal visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. KyleKacal041317

My Aggie Nation Podcast: Joel Davis talks A&M baseball turnaround

In this week’s episode, Texas A&M first baseman Joel Davis discusses the Aggie’s turnaround in SEC play after starting the conference slate 0-5. Hosts Travis L. Brown and Zach Taylor break down the week in Aggie baseball and softball and analyze the football team’s Maroon & White scrimmage. Also, A&M softball left fielder Keeli Milligan […]

UPDATE: Delay In Highway 47 Repaving Until Monday

Thursday update: Due to the weather, the start of repaving Highway 47 from FM 60 to Health Science Center Parkway won’t start until Monday, April 17. The project is still expected to take two weeks. Original story: The TxDOT district office in Bryan has announced Highway 47, which was recently named Riverside Parkway by the […]

Lake Bryan Dam Repairs Are Holding

No news is considered good news by those monitoring repairs at the Lake Bryan dam since a crack was first discovered in December 2015. BTU uses the lake water for cooling power plants. General Manager Gary Miller told the city council at a March 28 workshop that there have been no problems since fixing the […]

Bryan Council Approves Two Contracts For South College Improvements

The Bryan city council on Tuesday without comment or opposition approved two contracts for improving South College from Villa Maria to the south city limits. A nearly $3 million dollar contract will rebuild the street and replace utilities along South College from Villa Maria to Sulphur Springs. Traffic signals will be replaced at College and […]

United Way Of The Brazos Valley Update

WTAW’s Bill Oliver visits with United Way of the Brazos Valley president Alison Prince, who provides an update on the community campaign, and with the executive director of the Sexual Assault Resource Center of the Brazos Valley, Martha Opersteny.  

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