Bryan police officer Kelley McKethan visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about what to do if you are a victim of domestic violence harassment, two Halloween reminders, job openings at the department, and locations of increased traffic enforcement.KelleyMcKethan102114.mp3
A Texas view of how the Internet should be regulated in the future was the primary purpose for FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai’s visit to College Station Tuesday morning.
Before leading a panel discussion at the Bush Libary, Pai stopped by Bryan Broadcasting and visited with Scott DeLucia on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs.102114-Ajit-Pai-on-The-Infomaniacs.mp3
WTAW’s Patrick Zeinert visits with United Way of the Brazos Valley president Alison Prince and the executive director of Brazos Valley Rehabilitation Cheryl Allen.UnitedWay102014.mp3
Click below for comments from Fiona Meyer of the Brazos Valley Fair, visiting with WTAW’s Bill Oliver.FionaMeyer100914.mp3
Click below for College Station Mayor Nancy Berry’s visit October 15, 2014 with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.NancyBerry101514.mp3
Click below for U.S. Representative Bill Flores (R-TX) visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia on Wednesday, October 15.BillFlores101514.mp3
Bryan police officer Kelley McKethan visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about preventing dating violence and how to report it, a reminder of Thursday night’s domestic violence candlelight vigil, tips for getting a safe Halloween costume, and locations of increased traffic enforcement.KelleyMcKethan101414.mp3
Cary Haynes of Scotty’s House and Alison Prince of United Way of the Brazos Valley visit with WTAW’s Bill Oliver.UnitedWay101314.mp3
Bryan Deputy Fire Marshal William Bouse visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about the upcoming 70th birthday party for Smokey Bear and the assistance the Texas A&M Forest Service has given to the fire department.100914-William-Bouse-comments-about-Verde-Drive-apartment-fire.mp3
More information about Smokey Bear’s 70th birthday party courtesy of the Texas A&M Forest Service:
Smokey Bear’s birthday may have come and gone, but Texas A&M Forest Service is still celebrating. Smokey has been spotted throughout the state helping prevent wildfires and his next stop is College Station! We want to make sure we welcome him with the biggest birthday bash in Texas.
Join us, the Bryan Fire Department and the College Station Fire Department for the celebration on Oct. 18 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Wolf Pen Creek festival site.
Enjoy free birthday cake, fun activities, educational booths and live fire equipment demonstration.
Tim Lomax with the Texas Transportation Institute discussed changes to game day traffic for Saturday’s evening game, feedback from the Destination Aggieland smartphone app, and more during a visit on The Infomaniacs, Thursday, October 9.
Four Quick Tips for Exiting Kyle Field
- Avoid turning right onto Holleman from Wellborn! Holleman Drive between Wellborn and Harvey Mitchell Parkway is very congested. If you live in apartment complexes or subdivisions located south of Harvey Mitchell Parkway (FM 2818), continue south on Wellborn past Harvey Mitchell Parkway and turn right on either Cain Road or Rock Prairie Road and get home faster.
- Yes, the Wellborn contraflow south is great, but other intersections are better than past football seasons. You may also travel east on University to the Highway 6 Bypass south on Texas Avenue or north on Wellborn to Villa Maria. The intersection of Texas and University has seen less congestion during the first two games.
- Pedestrians, please try the new routes on west campus. When exiting Kyle Field under Wellborn, proceed south and west around the West Campus parking garage to get to Reed Arena, Olsen Field or Fan Field parking lots. Exception: People parked in lots H&R may walk across John Kimbrough Blvd.
- Plan ahead by downloading the Destination Aggieland app! The Destination Aggieland app is free in the Apple App Store and on Google Play, and available for download at gameday.12thMan.com or through the university’s iPhone app, TAMUmobile at the Gameday link.
Plans will continue to evolve – check back before each game. As we learn about travel patterns and system constraints with 20,000 more fans, we will change plans to better serve our customers.
Click below to listen to Tim Lomax’s discussion with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.TimLomax100914.mp3