Bryan School Board Hears Consultant’s Recommendations To Improve Student Busing

The Bryan school district’s current system of busing students by using transportation hubs appears to be going away. School board members showed no opposition Monday night to recommendations developed by outside consultant Michael Brassfield to take students directly home from school. Brassfield says part of eliminating bus hubs means changing school schedules. Superintendent Christie Whitbeck […]

Intoxication Manslaughter Arrest Follows Deadly Crash In North Bryan

A deadly head on crash in north Bryan five months ago has led to an arrest. DPS has charged 58 year old Ruben Coronado Martinez of Bryan with intoxication manslaughter in the May 2nd death of 21 year old Steve Williford Jr. of Bryan. The truck Martinez was driving crossed the center line on a […]

Recapping A 21 Second Bryan City Council Special Meeting

The Bryan city council spent more time Monday during the noon hour enjoying lunch after taking care of business. In 21 seconds, the council with no discussion approved one consent agenda motion covering seven items. Five of the items provided final approval on land use changes. That list included an annexation and rezoning land at […]

Plans Underway For College Station’s Next Fire Station

College Station city administrators are starting the process of where the city’s next fire station will be located and how large it will be. Assistant city manager Jeff Capps says the timetable starts with nailing down the location…which could happen this year. Capps says they are investigating whether a couple of acres of land the […]

Texas Hot Air Balloon Operator Under The Influence Of Benadryl At The Time Of A Fatal Crash

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ The Latest on a federal investigation into a 2016 Texas hot air balloon crash that killed 16 people, the worst disaster of its kind in U.S. history (all times local): ___ 10:15 a.m. Investigators say the pilot of a Texas hot air balloon that crashed and killed 16 people flew with […]

B/CS Chamber of Commerce Host City Council/School Board Candidates Forum

The Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce is presenting a forum for candidates in contested city council and school board races Monday night. WTAW’s Scott Delucia is the moderator of the forum at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum. Introducing each panel is the publisher of The Eagle and the incoming chairwoman of the Chamber […]

College Station Council Approves Brazos County Road Realignment Request Over Neighborhood Opposition

Brazos County commissioners are scheduled Tuesday to take action on an interlocal agreement with the city of College Station regarding the rebuilding of Arrington Road. That includes a four way intersection at Harpers Ferry, extending into the new Margraves residential development, that has received opposition from homeowners in the adjacent Nantucket neighborhood. At last Thursday’s […]

Driver Of Deadly Immigrant Smuggling Run Avoids Death Penalty With Guilty Plea

SAN ANTONIO (AP) _ The driver of a semitrailer packed with at least 39 immigrants, 10 of whom died, has pleaded guilty to making the deadly smuggling run. James Matthew Bradley Jr. pleaded guilty Monday in federal court in San Antonio to one conspiracy count and a count of transporting the immigrants resulting in death. […]

Second Arrest Made In CS Apartment Armed Robbery

A College Station man was arrested Saturday on charges from an armed robbery and a burglary that took place four months ago at two different College Station apartment complexes. 21 year old Dvonte Jackson is the second of four suspects arrested in connection with a drug related holdup involving gunfire at the Briarwood Apartments on […]

Miramont Hosts Play Hooky for Harvey Fundraiser

The Adam Corporation, American Momentum Bank and Miramont Country Club are teaming together to raise money for hurricane Harvey and Irma victims. Aaron Dawson, Miramont’s General Manager, said they purposely waited to put on the fundraiser, Play Hooky for Harvey. “A lot of times we find that people forget and don’t give money or resources […]

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