Bryan Council Awards Managing The City’s New Municipal Golf Course To Its Previous Owner

The Bryan city council has been told to expect a financial turnaround of municipal golf operations of a half million dollars. That’s according to financial information presented to the city council as part of a staff recommendation to hire the former owner of the Briarcrest golf couse to manage what Wallace Phillips donated to the […]

Former & Suspended Texas A&M Men’s Basketball Players Apologize

More information has been obtained by WTAW News into last weekend’s arrests of two Texas A&M basketball players on misdemeanor marijuana charges…one who has since been dismissed from the team and the second who is on indefinite suspension. According to the arrest report from university police, J.J. Caldwell and Jay Jay Chandler were arrested about […]

College Station City Council Hires Designer For The First Part Of A New Regional Park

Eight more synthetic ballfields are eventually coming to College Station. At the last city council meeting, approval was given to a $1.22 million dollar design contract that includes the first four fields at the new Southeast Park. There is an overall budget of $10 million dollars for Southeast Park, which is located along Rock Prairie […]

College Station City Council Continues Support Of New Memorial Day Weekend Event

The Friday, Saturday, and Sunday before Memorial Day, the city of College Station will hold its first Texas Weekend of Remembrance. The city council at its last meeting agreed with city staff that this could be a signature event to draw out of town tourists. Jerome Rektorik wanted assurances that the event stayed with the […]

Return Of Vehicle Burglaries In College Station

There’s another uptick in vehicle burglaries in College Station. After nearly 50 cases during a three week period last month, CSPD received 18 more vehicle burglaries last weekend. That made up half of the 36 property crimes reported last Friday through Sunday. There were also ten thefts, four reports of criminal mischief, three stolen vehicles, […]

Another Lawyer In Governor Abbott’s Office Is Nominated To Be A Federal Appeals Court Judge

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) – President Donald Trump has picked Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s new general counsel for the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Andrew Oldham had only served as the governor’s general counsel for about a month. If confirmed by the U.S. Senate, he will join two other Texans who were recently nominated […]

Prairie View A&M Sued By A Female Athlete

PRAIRIE VIEW, Texas (AP) – A federal lawsuit alleges a Prairie View A&M University coach helped a male student accused of sexual assault flee Texas to avoid arrest. The Houston Chronicle reports that an unidentified female athlete filed the lawsuit Friday in in Houston. It accuses the university of creating a hostile educational environment and […]

DPS Reports Two Cows Were Struck On Highway 6 Near OSR At Three In The Morning

While most of us were sleeping before sunrise Monday morning, DPS investigated two crashes that closed Highway 6 near OSR in Robertson County. Shortly after three a.m., a southbound car struck a black cow that was in the road. Troopers say the driver was able to maintain control and stopped the car on the paved […]

Texas Based Survey Research Company Relocates And Expands Its B/CS Call Center

A national survey research company that has had a local call center the last ten years is moving to a larger location. ReconMR is more than doubling the size of its call center with the move to its new location in Bryan. A news release states once ReconMR’s new center at Villa Maria and Kent […]

Arrests For Distributing Marijuana, DWI, Gambling Promotion, & Public Intoxication

A search of a College Station home last week led police to seizing more than $33,000 dollars of marijuana and making two arrests. According to the arrest report, 23 year old Brady Struve of College Station and 18 year old Carson Rountree of Round Rock admitted to their involvement in wholesale marijuana sales. While last […]

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