B/CS Chamber Hosts Candidates Forum

The Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce hosted a local candidates forum Monday night at the George Bush Presidential Library & Museum. Speakers included candidates for the contested College Station city council and school board seats, Brazos County commission, and Brazos County positions in the Texas legislature.                   […]

Harris County Man Died In Crash on Highway 47

Monday night update: Bryan police release the identity of the driver of the Suburban who was killed in a three vehicle crash Sunday night as 46 year old Robert Wayne Hill of Harris County. The driver of the F-450 was hospitalized Monday night in stable condition. As previously reported, two adults and two children in […]

Crash Claims Traffic Signals At 29th And Coulter In Bryan

Bryan police report traffic signals at 29th and Coulter could be out the rest of the week. That follows a crash at 2 a.m. Monday morning. You’re reminded to consider 29th and Coulter as a four way stop. BPD reports the driver of a car failed to stay in his lane and struck the metal […]

Arts Council Of The Brazos Valley Announces New CEO

From the Arts Council of the Brazos Valley: The Arts Council, representing the arts, culture and heritage of the Brazos Valley, announced today the selection of Sylvia McMullen as its next chief executive officer. Sylvia most recently served as Student HireAbility Navigator with the Brazos Valley Council of Governments preparing a three-year strategic plan of […]

First Annual Suicide Prevention Conference in the Brazos Valley

The Brazos Valley Coalition on Suicide Prevention is hosting the first annual Suicide Prevention Conference on November 2nd. Doug Vance is the founder of the Brazos Valley Coalition on Suicide Prevention (BVCOSP), a volunteer organization dedicated to a suicide-free Brazos Valley. Vance says the conference, titled Taking the Mask Off Suicide and Depression, is geared […]

Austin Issues City-Wide Boil Water Notice

News release courtesy of City of Austin: (Austin)— Austin Water has issued a city-wide boil water notice for all customers of Austin Water. The notice is being issued as the utility works to stabilize the water treatment system. Historic flood waters flowing into our water supply lakes contain very high levels of silt that makes […]

Update On Three Local Road Projects

Since the first week of September, I&GN Road was closed between Capstone and Graham. Brazos County road and bridge operations manager Gary Arnold says engineers are still collecting information about the cause of a crack in the pavement along a guardrail next to an 18 foot ditch. A mile away, the city of College Station […]

FM 50 Closed In Washington County Following Fatal Crash

FM 50 was closed Wednesday from south of Snook to Independence. That’s after a three vehicle crash on 50 south of the Yegua Creek bridge in Washington County. DPS reports the collision happened after a southbound car crossed the center line and sideswiped a box truck. The car then struck a semi tanker trailer. The […]

Scotty’s House Child Advocacy Center Introduces Sawyer

Scotty’s House child advocacy center, which serves abused children throughout the Brazos Valley, now has a facilities dog. Director Cary Baker, who is the fulltime handler for Sawyer, says he can be at any stage of what children are going through. Baker says this is another way Scotty’s House can make the process of an […]

Updated Brazos County Tax Office Website

As the Brazos County tax assessor’s office starts the process of mailing 109,000 property tax bills, the website has been updated to make it easier to pay online. Tax assessor-collector Kristy Roe told county commissioners this week that all functions on the revamped website also work on smartphones. Roe expects her staff will be […]

Listen Live to WTAW 1620
Half Price Tuition

3 hours ago

NewsTalk 1620 WTAW

Each of the seven segments of the Bryan/College Station chamber of commerce candidates forum are now online at: ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

© 2018 WTAW. All Rights Reserved. Log in -