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Accident Closes Harvey Mitchell Parkway, One Driver Arrested

Northbound lanes of Harvey Mitchell Parkway, north of F&B road, are closed following an accident that happened around 2:30 a.m. According to a College Station police news release, two vehicles were involved. One driver suffered life-threatening injuries. The other driver, 22 year-old Nicholas Wuthrich of Houston, was arrested for intoxication assault. The road remains closed […]

Texas A&M System Regents Learn Reduced Financing Costs For Kyle Field Expansion And Approve $1.4 Billion In New Bonds

This month’s meeting of the Texas A&M system board of regents approving two bond issues totaling almost $1.4 billion dollars. Regents also learned from the system’s chief financial officer, Maria Robinson, of last month’s refinancing of the remaining debt to pay for the Kyle Field expansion. Robinson said refinancing generate a savings of $34 million […]

One Of Two Men Who Shot Out Vehicle Windows In 2016 Is Back In Jail & Local Man Starts Serving Jail Time For Assaulting Daughter And Her Mother

It’s been three years since two College Station men were arrested after windows of more than 100 vehicles around College Station were shot out. After both pleaded guilty to shooting out windows from 11 vehicles, one of the men is back in jail. The Brazos County district attorney’s office wants to revoke probation of 22 […]

Bond Revoked For A Bryan Man Arrested For Stabbing His Brother In Law & Failing To Appear Lands Another Bryan Man In Jail

Bond is revoked for a Bryan man accused of stabbing his brother in law who later died. 41 year old Deryl Jackson, Jr. was released July 11th on a $100,000 dollar bond. A judge granted a motion filed by the Brazos County district attorney’s office that Jackson failed to wear a GPS monitoring device, failed […]

Bryan Police Investigating Westside Neighborhood Armed Robbery

Bryan police is investigating a Tuesday night armed robbery in the park behind Jones elementary school. Tuesday night around 10:20, the 60 year old male victim reported he was approached by another man who struck up a conversation. The victim reported the suspect returned a short time later with a gun and demanded money. The […]

Texas A&M Officials Say Plan Now For Football Thursday

Texas A&M officials say now is the time to plan for “Football Thursday” on August 29. It’s the second consecutive year the A&M football team is starting its home season on a Thursday night. Click HERE to be directed to Texas A&M’s Football Thursday website. Tim Lomax and Madison Metsker-Galarza of the Texas A&M transportation […]

Brazos County Governments Not Targeted By Online Ransom Attack

The computer networks of more than 20 Texas cities were held for ransom last weekend. The cities of College Station and Bryan were not attacked. Nor were the Bryan and College Station school districts, Brazos County, Texas A&M, or Blinn College. State authorities have not revealed if the attacks that started last Friday resulted in […]

College Station School Board Adopts Budget And Tax Rate, And Takes No Action On Proposed Land Purchase

There were just enough College Station school board members Tuesday night to conduct business. Four of the seven members…Jeff Harris, Quinn Williams, Michael Schaefer, and Geralyn Nolan…were on hand to adopt the 2019-2020 budget and tax rate. A fifth member, Mike Nugent, arrived in time to allow Harris to recuse himself on the purchase of […]

Bryan School Board Postpones Almost All Of Monday’s Meeting Until Next Week

Monday’s Bryan school board meeting consisted only of the public hearing on the 2019-2020 school year budget and tax rate. A problem with the meeting notice meant delaying all business until Tuesday, August 28th. No one spoke during Monday’s public hearing. The budget presentation included information about increased costs in Bryan ISD due to the […]

United Way Of The Brazos Valley Update

WTAW’s Bill Oliver visits with United Way of the Brazos Valley’s Peggi Goss and UWBW partner agency Habitat For Humanity executive director Andy York and director of homebuyer services Charles Coats. Learn more about Habitat’s upcoming financial literacy program, a new home building program on owner-occupied lots, and an upcoming golf tournament fundraiser. Listen to […]

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