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31st Annual Bryan/College Station Law Enforcement Memorial Service

The 31st Bryan/College Station law enforcement memorial service was held Wednesday at the Veterans Park pavilion. The program included remarks by Texas A&M University police chief Mike Ragan, ceremonial gunfire, and the playing of “Taps”. Listen to “31st Bryan/College Station Law Enforcement memorial service” on Spreaker.

United Way Of The Brazos Valley Update

United Way of the Brazos Valley president Alison Prince and grant review team leader Sara Mendez visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about the process for selecting grant recipients for the next two year cycle. And there is an invitation to apply for FEMA grant money administered by UWBV under the emergency food and shelter program […]

TxDOT Hosts Open House On Highway Changes Around RELLIS Campus & More Adjustments Coming To Airport Exit

Information from the TxDOT Bryan district office inviting citizens to an open house about upcoming highway changes around the RELLIS campus: The Bryan District of the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is planning crossover improvements to increase safety on a portion of SH 21 and SH 47 and accommodate anticipated traffic associated with the Texas […]

CSISD School Board Meeting Recap

Business at Tuesday’s College Station school board meeting included approving purchases at College Station and Consolidated high schools. Two construction items at the maroon campus are $212,000 dollars in bond money to resurface the track, and $182,000 dollars in general fund money for new baseball bleachers and a press box. On the purple campus, almost […]

College Station Council Reverses March Vote And Adds “Senior” To The Name Of A New Community Center

There was applause at Monday night’s College Station city council meeting, after a majority vote reversed a decision two months ago on the naming of the city’s new community center. The word “senior” will be added, after Mayor Karl Mooney and councilwoman Linda Harvell changed their minds from the initial vote on March 22. Mooney […]

11 Year Old Girl Escapes Being Grabbed By A Burglar In Her Bedroom

An 11 year old girl escaped serious injury after she told her mother and Bryan police she was grabbed by a man who entered her bedroom through a window. This took place Tuesday during the midnight hour at a home on Dale Street, which is between MLK and the Bryan city cemetery. The girl was […]

Local Drivers With Criminal Histories Are Arrested

A Bryan police officer stopping a car without a front license plate resulted in the driver being arrested for driving with an invalid license with seven prior convictions. According to the arrest report, 31 year old Jose Valentin Flores of Navasota has 57 active suspensions on his license. Flores is out of jail after posting […]

Recent Assault Arrests Land Three People In The Brazos County Jail

Three people are in the Brazos County jail following their arrests on assault charges where the victims received medical treatment. A rural Brazos County man was found in a pool of blood inside his garage last week. And the sheriff’s office has arrested a Bryan man on a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly […]

Buc-ee’s Takes Another Competitor To Court

Four years ago, a Bryan convenience store called Chick’s was sold following a lawsuit filed by rival Buc-ee’s. The Houston Chronicle reports another lawsuit filed by Buc-ee’s against another competitor is scheduled to go on trial this week. As with the cartoon logo by Chicks, Buc-ee’s claims the alligator logo of San Antonio based Choke […]

College Station Council Approves More Parks Improvement Contracts

Meeting on Monday instead of Thursday, the College Station city council approved contracts for improvements at three parks. A $199,410 design contract at Central Park and Bee Creek Park will address inadequate restrooms, access for disabled visitors, and maintenance problems. A $128,736 construction contract at Gabbard Park will replace fencing around a fishing pier and […]

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