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Congressman Flores’ Statement on Presidential Veto of Keystone Pipeline

Check out Congressman Bill Flores weekly update Wednesday mornings during WTAW’s The Infomaniacs, following the 7:30 news. News release from Congressman Bill Flores: U.S. Representative Bill Flores (R-Texas) issued the following statement regarding President Obama’s veto of the Keystone XL Pipeline Approval Act: “It is very disappointing to see that President Obama has once again […]

CS Woman Accused of Subleasing Scam

A College Station woman is accused of subleasing five apartments in four weeks last fall and taking a combined $2,864 from the victims. The five cases were consolidated into one count of felony theft, accusing 20 year old Ashley Burton of one continuing course of conduct. According to the arrest report from College Station police, […]

Cong. Will Hurd Selected To Speak at Texas A&M’s Campus Muster

Courtesy of Texas A&M University: COLLEGE STATION, Feb. 24, 2015 – Newly elected Cong. Will Hurd, a 1999 Texas A&M graduate who was student body president his senior year, will be the university’s 2015 campus Muster speaker. The annual ceremony, held on April 21, honors the memories of Texas A&M current and former students who […]

The Roastmaster is Coming to Aggieland

Tuesday update: Brazos County commissioners unanimously approved a contract allowing comedian and Comedy Central host and writer Jeff Ross to perform three concerts at the detention center. The only question raised Tuesday was about compensation for any county expenses. Jail administrator Wayne Dicky says Comedy Central will reimburse the county for additional security, IT support, […]

Fallout Continues in Spring ISD

SPRING, Texas (AP) _ Four more administrators have departed a school district north of Houston where the graduation eligibility of nearly 600 students has been jeopardized by a series of errors committed by district leaders. The latest departures announced Sunday by the Spring school district bring to 11 the number of administrators no longer with […]

Monday Recap From the State Capitol

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ Calls for an unprecedented Texas border security spending spree to buy spy planes, 500 more state troopers and a 10-acre training base near Mexico came under heavy bipartisan scrutiny Wednesday in a show of frustration with a priority of Republican Gov. Greg Abbott. Tense questioning by powerful Senate budget writers, however, […]

Closings and Delays

Bremond ISD – School delayed 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday. Buses will run two hours later than normal. Caldwell ISD – School delayed 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday. Buses will run two and a half hours later than normal. Hearne ISD – School delayed 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday. Out of town buses will run at 8:30 a.m. […]

Local Representatives Comment on Proposed Appraisal Caps

Brazos County State Senator Charles Schwertner of Georgetown, District 14 State Representative John Raney of Bryan, and District 12 State Representative Kyle Kacal comment on Governor Greg Abbott’s state of the state address and proposed appraisal and revenue caps. Click below to hear comments from all three visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia on The Infomaniacs. […]

Capital Murder Defendant Now Accused of Assault and Weapon Charges Inside the Brazos County Jail

A Madisonville man facing the death penalty from the capital murders of a Bryan woman and her father last year now faces criminal charges from two incidents inside the Brazos County jail earlier this month. 34 year old Dennis Brown III was indicted by a grand jury on charges of assaulting a public servant and […]

Joint Chiefs of Staff Visits Texas A&M

Speakers at this year’s 60th Texas A&M MSC Student Conference on National Affairs (SCONA) included the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. General Martin Dempsey was introduced by the Dean of the Bush School of Government, Ambassador Ryan Crocker, as “America’s senior military officer” and “an American hero.” Gen. Dempsey first detailed how he […]

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