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Historic Brazos County Courthouse Cedar Tree Is Coming Down

A cedar tree in front of the Brazos County courthouse since 1867…whose roots literally run back to at least 1841…is coming down. County commissioners on Tuesday unanimously approved a recommendation from county judge Duane Peters after learning of additional damage to the tree during storms the last two weeks. The county’s historical commission will decide […]

Woman Awaiting Two DWI Trials Is Back In Jail & Brazos County Jury Convicts Man Of Fourth DWI

For the third time, a Bryan woman awaiting trial on two misdemeanor drunk driving charges is back in jail. According to online records, 27 year old Laura Brusoe failed to appear for a court hearing last Tuesday. She was arrested last Thursday and has been held in lieu of bonds totaling $80,000 dollars. Her original […]

Thursday Brings More Closures At The New FM 60/FM 2818 Interchange

Those who drive FM 60/Raymond Stotzer Parkway by Easterwood Airport can expect more slowdowns Thursday. The TxDOT Bryan district office reports the permanent traffic signals at the new interchange will be activated. This will require stopping traffic on FM 60 for short periods while workers in bucket trucks uncover the signal heads, adjust the traffic […]

Bryan Mayor Andrew Nelson on WTAW

Bryan Mayor Andrew Nelson visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about the council’s decision about manufactured homes, his visit to Aggieland Humane Society, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Wednesday, April 17, 2019. Listen to “Bryan Mayor Andrew Nelson on The Infomaniacs” on Spreaker.

Brazos County Senator Charles Schwertner on WTAW

Brazos County Senator Charles Schwertner visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about passing SB 2, property taxes, voter irregularity, upcoming legislation, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Wednesday, April 17, 2019. Listen to “Brazos County Senator Charles Schwertner on The Infomaniacs” on Spreaker.

Thanks To All Who Contributed To Bryan Broadcasting’s Collection Drive For Franklin Tornado Victims

WTAW and all Bryan Broadcasting stations thanks our listeners who participated in Wednesday’s donation assistance for tornado victims in Franklin. We collected more than $5,000 dollars and filled three vans with supplies for the Franklin food bank. Original story: Our friends in Franklin need your help! Starting Wednesday morning at 8 a.m., we will be […]

United Way of the Brazos Valley Update

United Way of the Brazos Valley vice president Peggi Goss and Hector Acevedo of UWBV supporter Wells Fargo visit with WTAW’s Chelsea Reber. Listen to “United Way of the Brazos Valley update, April 15 2019” on Spreaker.

Two Taken To The Hospital Following A Crash That Closes University Near Veterans Park

The drivers of a car and a flatbed truck were taken to the hospital following a crash on University near Veterans Park Tuesday afternoon. College Station police report incapacitating injuries to both drivers. There were no passengers in either vehicle. Officers responded to the crash at 3:55 p.m. Shortly before 6 p.m., CSPD announced University […]

Brazos County Officials Emphasizing Closure Of Thru Traffic In Arrington Road Construction Zone

Monday began a new traffic headache for motorists in south College Station. Arrington Road is closed between Old Arrington and Mesa Verde for at least the next five months for road construction. The only access is for homeowners, property owners, mail and trash service, and emergency vehicles. Brazos County’s road and bridge department’s operations manager, […]

Bryan Council Sets The Maximum Age Of Future Manufactured Home Replacements At Five Years

The last Bryan city council meeting addressed two items regarding the future of mobile and other manufactured homes. While most of the time was spent on restricting future placements, later in the meeting the council approved another set of planning and zoning commission recommendations…that among other things set the maximum age of a used home […]

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