Dave Coleman, the director of water services for College Station Utilities, visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia May 16, 2014.DaveColeman051614.mp3
Chuck Glenewinkel of the College Station school district visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about next week’s retirement reception for Superintendent Eddie Coulson, accolades and awards around CSISD, and next Tuesday’s board of trustees meeting.ChuckGlenewinkel051514.mp3
WTAW’s Scott DeLucia visits with Cindy Oser about the start of the summer reading program at Larry J.Ringer Library in College Station.CindyOser051514.mp3
WTAW’s Bill Oliver visits with Tracy Frank of Hope Pregnancy Center about the August 26th appearance of Dr. Ben Carson. The “Gifted Hands, Gifted Lives” is a benefit for the center.TracyFrank051414.mp3
College Station City Manager Kelly Templin discussed LED signs, library operations, recent tax valuations, and more during an appearance on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, May 14.KellyTemplin051414.mp3
U.S. Representative Bill Flores (R-TX) of Bryan discussed immigration reform plans, minimum wage increase suggestions, Veterans Affairs and Benghazi oversight, and more during his weekly Washington update on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, May 14.
Click below to listen to Congressman Bill Flores’ discussion with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia.BillFlores051414.mp3
Bryan Police Officer Kelley McKethan visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about the ongoing search of a suspect in an April shooting outside a convenience store, Wednesday’s law enforcement memorial tribute at noon at Veterans Park, Saturday’s law enforcement benevolence fund barbecue, Sunday’s crawfish boil to benefit The 100 Club, thanks for public assistance following a crash on the freeway Monday afternoon, and locations of increased traffic enforcement.KelleyMcKethan051314.mp3
The Bryan Police Department is seeking help in locating Daquandrance Quindre Bell in connection with the shooting that occurred on April 11, 2014. We ask that if anyone has information on his whereabouts to contact authorities immediately (the Criminal Investigation Division at 979-209-5316 or Crime Stoppers at 979-775-TIPS (8477)), and caution the public not to approach this subject.
Bryan Deputy Fire Marshal William Bouse visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about recent fire department investigations, including two on Tuesday night one hour apart that are believed to be arsons.WilliamBouse050814.mp3
Ashley Fillipa, veterinary tech at the Wellborn Road Veterinary Clinic, said in an interview Thursday that county residents are legally required to get county tags for their pets.
Tags are $15, and are good for a calendar year and are often obtained at the same time rabies vaccinations are administered.AshleyFillippa050814.mp3