Bryan deputy fire marshal William Bouse visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about inspecting construction sites and reminders to watch out for construction traffic and muddy roads, and a reminder to not drive around barricades blocking flooded roads.WilliamBouse042816.mp3
Dallas CPA Brian Reed, who presented his review of revenue and expenses of the Traditions development to the Bryan city council, visited with Scott DeLucia on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs April 28, 2016.BrianReed042816.mp3
U.S. Representative Bill Flores (R-TX) of Bryan discussed the incompetence of the IRS, progress on dismantling portions of the Affordable Care Act, campaign fundraising, and more during his weekly Washington update on The Infomaniacs Wednesday, April 27.
Click below to listen to Congressman Bill Flores visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.
College Station Mayor Nancy Berry discussed a new monument in College Station, construction projects, and more during her regular appearance on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, April 27.
Click below to listen to Mayor Nancy Berry visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.
Bryan Mayor Jason Bienski discussed the effects of flooding rains on city regulations and requirements for residential and retail developments, Research Valley Partnership activity with their Belgian counterparts, and more during his regular appearance on The Infomaniacs, Wendesday, April 20.
Click below to listen to Mayor Jason Bienski visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.JasonBienski042016.mp3
U.S. Representative Bill Flores (R-TX) of Bryan discussed legislation affecting the IRS and EPA, progress on appropriations, health insurers exiting the Affordable Care Act exchanges, and more during his weekly Washington update on The Infomaniacs Wednesday April 20.
Click below to listen to Congressman Bill Flores’ discussion with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.BillFlores042016.mp3
Bryan deputy fire marshal William Bouse visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about the department’s public education programs.WilliamBouse041416.mp3
College Station Place 6 Councilman James Benham discussed impact fees (taxes in his words), flexible vs rigid pavement for roads, what defines quality of life in the city, housing, and more during his visit on The Infomaniacs Friday, April 15.
Click below to listen to College Station Councilman James Benham visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.JamesBenham041516.mp3
Officer Kelley McKethan of the Bryan police department visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about this weekend’s increased DWI enforcement, motorcycle safety reminders for operators and other motorists, registration for BPD’s Junior Police Academy, and locations of increased traffic enforcement.KelleyMcKethan041316.mp3
More about this weekend’s increased DWI enforcement from College Station police:
In an effort to enhance safety on area roadways the College Station Police Department has coordinated a DWI Task Force to operate during Chilifest weekend. This effort will be accomplished with cooperation and assistance from the Texas Department of Public Safety, Texas A&M University Police Department, Bryan Police Department, Brazos County Sheriff’s Office, Brazos County Attorney’s Office, local Magistrates, the College Station Medical Center, Scott and White Hospital, and St. Joseph’s Hospital.
Local law enforcement will utilize multiple officers, deputies and troopers to focus on DWI violations. If a DWI arrest is made, the suspect will be asked to give a sample of their breath or blood in order to determine the alcohol concentration or presence of a controlled substance or drug in their body. If the suspect refuses to provide a sample of breath or blood, a warrant will be sought for a blood sample from the suspect. If the Magistrate issues a warrant, a blood sample will be taken from the suspect to provide evidence in the DWI case. On April 14th, 15th, and 16th the resources necessary to obtain the warrant and subsequent blood draw will be on hand for law enforcement making DWI arrests.
This effort is not only intended to discourage anyone from drinking and driving, but is also intended to provide evidence in DWI cases against those who choose to drive while intoxicated. It is the intent of all agencies involved in this effort to prevent property damage, injury, and/or death that is the result of driving while intoxicated.
As a safe alternative to driving under the influence, there will be a shuttle service operating from the Post Oak Mall in College Station, Texas. Buses will begin running at 9am on Saturday April 16th, to help Chilifest attendees get to and from Chilifest safely and will run to and from the event until 9pm on Saturday April 16th. Upon returning to Post Oak Mall, Carpool and taxicabs will be available.
Taxi cab fees will apply. We want EVERYONE over the age of 21 to drink responsibly and get home safely by utilizing the resources available. Please designate a driver – don’t drink and drive.
College Station Mayor Nancy Berry discussed possibly having the shortest council meeting in city history, consideration of impact fees, her eventual transition from city government to Brazos County, and more during her regular appearance on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, April 13.
Click below to listen to Mayor Nancy Berry visit with WTAW’s Scott DeluciaNancyBerry041316.mp3