Chilifest 2020

The 29th annual Chilifest will have more music than ever before. President Cole Roberts says the music line up has grown from 11 performers to 19 total. He says they have also added a second stage to the music festival, which is scheduled for April 3rd and 4th. Friday, April 3rd on the Vizzy Hard […]

College Station’s City Manager Update On Finding A New Police and Fire Chief

College Station’s city manager now has the task of finding new chiefs of two public safety departments. That’s after police chief Scott McCollum told his department he is retiring in April and fire chief Jonathan McMahan resigned last November. City manager Bryan Woods tells WTAW News he has considered one public safety chief for both […]

Former Consolidated High School Teacher Heading To Prison After Admitting To Having Sex With A Student

A onetime criminal justice teacher at Consolidated High School admitted to a Brazos County district judge Friday that he had sex with one student and making advances towards other students. The Brazos County district attorney’s office announced 38 year old Thomas Rucker was sentenced to four years in prison for having an improper relationship with […]

A Very Good Week For The Boys & Girls Clubs Of The Brazos Valley

The Boys and Girls Clubs of the Brazos Valley has had a very productive week with its plans for a new complex in west Bryan. Ten years ago, the city of Bryan gave the organization land for a new building…only to see the city regain control because construction did not start within five years. On […]

College Station School Board Hires Search Firm To Assist In Finding A New Superintendent

The search for a new College Station school district superintendent will be led by a former Dallas superintendent and former Texas education commissioner. he CSISD school board during a special meeting Thursday hired a Houston firm that Mike Moses works for at a cost of $10,000 dollars plus incidental charges. CSISD board president Michael Schaefer […]

Brazos County Commissioners Approve Borrowing Up To $20 Million Dollars For Upcoming Projects

Brazos County commissioners have not borrowed a large amount of money since approving $12 million dollars for the Brazos County Expo in 2009. At this week’s meeting, commissioners approved without discussion, borrowing up to $20 million for a variety of projects. County judge Duane Peters says the financing, in part, has to do with the […]

UPDATE: College Station Police Catch Suspect In Wednesday Evening Car Theft & Hit And Run Crash

More information is known about the local man who was arrested following a two hour manhunt Wednesday night south of the Texas A&M campus. According to online records, 33 year old Scott Pettit, who was charged with stealing a pickup and causing a hit and run crash, used to live in Bryan but moved to […]

College Station Update on WTAW

College Station City Councilman Dennis Malone visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about the upcoming special election, the idea of one public safety chief, impact fees, single-family homes, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Friday, January 17, 2020. Listen to “College Station Councilman Dennis Maloney on The Infomaniacs” on Spreaker. Share this article:

Senator John Cornyn’s Observations Ahead Of President Trump’s Impeachment Trial

Texas U.S. Senator John Cornyn spent most of this weekly news conference with reporters explaining and fielding questions about the start of the impeachment trial. Cornyn, who is a lawyer, is also a former Texas attorney general and a former member of the Texas Supreme Court. Cornyn is one of 53 senators who agreed to […]

College Station Police Update On New Year’s Eve Murder Investigation

Several people of interest have been contacted by College Station police in the ongoing investigation of a murder that took place on New Year’s Eve. No arrests have been made. CSPD issued an update Thursday indicating whoever killed 20 year old Ashli Stewart was not a random act. Detectives also believe the person who is […]

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