Divided CS Council Approves Expanding Current City Hall Site

A very divided College Station city council decided to build an expanded city hall complex at its current location instead of moving south. James Benham and Jerome Rektorik were among the four members endorsing city staff’s plan for new construction in phases over multiple years.     Also voting to expand the current site were […]

Appeals Court Hears History Making Case At Blinn College Bryan Campus

The sixth annual visit by the Texas 10th court of appeals to the Blinn College campus in Bryan including a historical event. The director of Blinn’s paralegal program, Robert Stanberry, says the justices heard an appeal of someone convicted of the misdemeanor offense of unlawful disclosure or promotion of intimate visual material. Arguments were also […]

Filing For 2018 Elections Is Underway

The Texas Secretary of State’s elections website has as of Tuesday morning, the names of 21 people who have filed for 16 Brazos County elected positions in next year’s election. So far, there are three primary races. For district clerk, Republican incumbent Marc Hamblin tells WTAW News he will announce his future plans on December […]

UPDATE: Missing CS Man Has Been Found Safe

Update: College Station police reported just after 5 p.m. the missing man was found safe. CSPD reports the man was found at 4:45 p.m. in the area of Fitch and Arrington. Original story from College Station police: On November 13, 2017 at approximately 2:15 PM, a citizen called the College Station Police Department to report […]

Sunday Night Armed Robbery North of Northgate

From Bryan police: On November 12, 2017 at approximately 10:00 p.m., Officers from the Bryan Police Department responded to the Double Quick Mart, located at 4501 Wellborn, for an aggravated robbery that had just occurred. An unidentified male suspect entered the store, displayed a weapon and demanded money. The suspect fled the store with an […]

CS Council Approves Another Developer’s Request Over Homeowner Opposition

The College Station city council has again approved on a split vote, a land use change for a business development over the opposition of neighboring homeowners. Objections from the Eastgate neighborhood involved expanding University Town Center. That’s the shopping area with the large water feature along University. The council approved on a 4-2 vote, allowing […]

Third Floor Collapses At A Denton Home During A University Of North Texas Homecoming Party

DENTON, Texas (AP) – Police say at least six people suffered minor injuries when part of the floor in a third-story apartment collapsed during a homecoming party at a North Texas complex. Denton police say the accident happened around 2 a.m. Sunday at the complex that mainly house University of North Texas students. Fire Department […]

State Senator Charles Schwertner Files For Re-Election in 2018

The state senator representing Brazos County has filed for re-election in 2018. Charles Schwertner is seeking a second term in the ten county fifth district. The Georgetown Republican, who is a practicing orthopedic surgeon, chairs the senate’s health and human services committee. Dr. Schwertner is also a member of the finance, administration, business and commerce, […]

Two Teens Arrested for Vehicle Burglaries

Two teenagers were arrested Sunday night for burglarizing vehicles in the 1100 block of Oney Hervey off Holleman Drive. According to College Station police, just before 11 p.m., a caller reported two black men checking door handles and also saw the suspects inside a vehicle. On arrival, an officer saw one of the suspects trying […]

Two Die In West Bryan Crash

Update from Bryan police: One of those who died was identified as 39 year old Juan Vanegas of Bryan. The passenger who died was identified as 79 year old Refugio Vanegas of Bryan. A second passenger, identified only as a 42 year old Bryan man, is hospitalized in critical but stable condition. Original story: Bryan […]

© 2017 WTAW. All Rights Reserved. Log in