Almost Seven Tons Of Trash Is Removed From Around A Bryan Home

Almost seven tons of trash was removed from a Bryan home on Wednesday. And one of the residents was arrested for interfering with public duties. The list from the Bryan police arrest report of what was described as a small sampling of what was removed from outside the home on Winter Street…which is north of […]

Bryan City Council Approves First Electric Scooter Agreement

Electric scooters are now available in Bryan. That follows city council action at this week’s meeting to launch a pilot program. Mayor Andrew Nelson talked about a recent test drive and where the scooter will be available on WTAW’s The Infomaniacs.   Before the council’s unanimous vote, Mike Southerland questioned why the council doesn’t have […]

College Station Fire Department Reminders Following Two Friday Residential Fire Calls

College Station firefighters responded to two homes on Friday. The first call involved smoke in an oven where firefighter Carter Hall said the oven was moved outside because the oven door was locked. The second call was the result of smoke coming out of a heating system. Hall posted the following safety reminders on the […]

Bryan Police Thank A Neighbor For Reporting Suspicious Activity

Bryan police thank a citizen who contacted them after seeing suspicious activity outside their home at two in the morning. The witness, who lives north of Austin’s Colony Park off Bullinger Creek Drive, reported a man was walking between homes and a Jeep on Althea Court holding a black bag and picking up landscaping bricks. […]

Post Election Interview With College Station City Councilman-Elect Dennis Maloney

College Station city councilman-elect Dennis Maloney has a couple of issues he wants to pursue after rejoining the governing body. One topic won’t take place for a couple of years, when the city can consider its next proposed changes to the city charter. Maloney wants to return municipal elections to May. He says that will […]

Bryan Man Arrested For Endangering Three Children

A concerned neighbor who saw a two year old walking barefoot in the street wearing only his diaper led Bryan police to arresting the father on three counts of child endangerment. 31 year old James Chrapliwy is jailed in lieu of bonds totaling $150,000 dollars. BPD reports the mother has custody of the two year […]

Federal Judge Rules Obamacare Is “Invalid”

WASHINGTON (AP) — A conservative federal judge in Texas on Friday ruled the Affordable Care Act “invalid” on the eve of the sign-up deadline for next year. But with appeals certain, even the Trump White House said the law will remain in place for now. In a 55-page opinion, U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor ruled […]

City of College Station Update on WTAW

David Schmitz, Director of Parks and Recreation, visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about the results of the parks and recreation special needs assessment survey, what people are asking for, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Friday, December 14, 2018. Listen to “College Station Director of Parks & Recreation David Schmitz on The […]

Volunteers Needed To Prepare Gifts For B/CS Salvation Army Angel Tree Recipients

More than 20 people are needed most days between now and next Wednesday to help organize Angel Tree gifts brought to the Bryan/College Station Salvation Army’s warehouse. Captain Paul Ryerson says they have a record number of children who will receive gifts in this year’s Angel Tree program. Click HERE to be directed to the […]

13 Year Old Arrested After Bringing A Pellet Gun To Davila Middle School

Bryan police gives a shoutout to the Bryan school district for how they dealt with a student who brought an toy pellet gun to Davila Middle School Thursday morning. According to a BPD news release, other students who saw what looked like a handgun told staff, who in turn notified the school resource officer. That […]

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