Potential Burglar Arrested By College Station Police for Evading

College Station police responded to the 600 block of Holleman Drive East near Dartmouth Street at 3 a.m. on Friday for a report of a burglary of a vehicle. According to the CSPD news release, when officers arrived, two suspects fled on foot into the Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheater. One of the suspects was caught […]

Atmos Energy Passing On Savings From Reduced Federal Taxes To Customers

Atmos Energy is in the process of passing on savings from the new federal tax law to customers. The College Station city council this week approved a new rate review mechanism (RRF) tariff that governs future annual rate filings by the 172 cities served by the Atmos Mid-Texas division. According to background information given to […]

Arrests For Illegal Photography And Continuous Sexual Abuse Of A Child

A Bryan man who operates a massage business out of his home has been arrested on a charge of having a camera in his massage room. According to the arrest report from Bryan police, 62 year old Johnny Ward admitted to having a camera from a baby monitor that was inside a Kleenex box. BPD […]

Call For Volunteers For Annual B/CS Chamber Day

The Bryan/College Station chamber of commerce has issued the call for volunteers to visit local businesses later this month. The chamber’s community liason, Royce Hickman, says Chamber Day volunteers in past years have visited up to 1,200 businesses to speak with businessowners and decision makers about the local business climate. Click HERE to be directed […]

Bryan School Board Has No Opposition To Moving Special Education Department To Current Administration Building

Bryan school board members have no opposition to turning the current administration building into offices for the district’s special education department. The proposal from the district’s construction manager, Jeff Windsor, was made during an update on 2014 bond financed projects at this week’s board meeting. Windsor says there would be leave the ad building offices […]

College Station City Council Approves More Money For Veterans Park Athletic Complex Expansion

An expansion at Veterans Park that was estimated at $3.6 million dollars is now at $5.2 million. The College Station city council agreed Monday night to spend another $1.55 million in hotel occupancy tax money for two more lighted synthetic turf fields, another parking lot, another restroom, and other amenities. Public works director Donald Harmon […]

Water Line Leak at Sam Houston Elementary: School CANCELED Thursday

From Bryan ISD: The following message has been sent to parents/guardians of students at Sam Houston Elementary. Staff report to campus as normal today: Dear Sam Houston Parents & Guardians, A main supply water line at Sam Houston Elementary broke yesterday, and attempts to repair the line overnight were not successful. Shifting soil conditions are […]

Why A Bryan School Bus Created A Hole In A City Street

Update: Bryan mayor Andrew Nelson gave a shoutout to city employees who worked after hours to repair a sinkhole on a city street that was created Tuesday by a fully loaded Bryan ISD school bus. On WTAW’s The Infomaniacs, Nelson said a sewer line leak near a manhole cover caused the void under the street, […]

Bryan Police Update

Officer Kelley McKethan of the Bryan police department visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about driving tips when turning, a new location and expanded activities for BPD’s “Blue Bunny” event, and locations of increased traffic enforcement.  

Bryan Mayor Andrew Nelson on WTAW

Bryan Mayor Andrew Nelson discussed increasing business at the local airport, RELLIS, city council meeting etiquette, upcoming agenda items, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Wednesday, March 7, 2018. Click below to hear Andrew Nelson visiting with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. AndrewNelson030718

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