Senator Charles Schwertner on WTAW

Brazos County state senator Charles Schwertner of Georgetown discusses a news conference on public health preparedness for infectious disease, the state of the state address, the Texas Enterprise Fund, and more with Scott DeLucia on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, February 18. Click below to listen to Senator Charles Schwertner’s discussion with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. CharlesSchwertner021815

Jack Hanna on WTAW

Animal expert Jack Hanna discusses his upcoming live show at MSC Opas on Saturday, February 28. Jack Hanna visits with The Infomaniac’s Scott DeLucia on WTAW JackHanna021815

Congressman Bill Flores on WTAW

U.S. Representative Bill Flores (R-TX) of Bryan discussed the latest on immigration, his opinion on the head of the IRS’s comments about undocumented workers filing for a tax refund and more on House actions during his weekly Washington update on The Infomaniacs Wednesday, February 18. Click below to listen to Congressman Bill Flores’ discussion with […]

CS Mayor Nancy Berry on WTAW

College Station Mayor Nancy Berry discusses a new public transportation initiative, the upcoming College Station ISD meeting, City Hall space issues and more during her regular appearance on The Infomaniacs, Wednesday, February 18. Click below to listen to Mayor Nancy Berry visit with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia. NancyBerry021815

District 13 State Representative Runoff Election Results

Caldwell attorney Leighton Schubert won Tuesday’s runoff election for the vacant Texas House District 13 seat. Schubert, who received 6,350 votes, defeated Austin County Judge Carolyn Bilski, who received 4,763 votes. More than half of the votes in the seven county district participated in early voting. Schubert won Burleson County, his home county, as well […]

Recap of Governor Abbott’s First State of the State and Elsewhere at the Capitol

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) _ While savoring a major court victory from his old job, Republican Gov. Greg Abbott on Tuesday gave marching orders at his new one in a State of the State address that abandoned the fiery flair and defiant rhetoric on social issues that his predecessor had. The speech came barely 12 hours […]

Power Outage and Bomb Threat at UT-Austin

The University of Texas-Austin was affected Tuesday by a campus wide power outage and a bomb threat. Neither event prevented classes from being held. According to the university’s Information Technology Services webpage, the power outage that was reported at 8:25 a.m. lasted until 10:27 a.m. But the interruption in wi-fi and other network services has […]

Highway 21 at William J Bryan to Close Lanes

Courtesy of City of Bryan: On Wednesday, February 18, 2015,  Highway 21 at 158 (William J Bryan)/Sandy Point Road will be closed beginning at 8 a.m. to replace a damaged pole. Bayer Electric has been contracted to make the repairs. Lanes will be closed intermittently and law enforcement will be directing traffic. Please be advised that the job date may change if weather […]

New Blinn Campus Possibly Coming to West Bryan

Blinn College trustees have scheduled a special meeting in Bryan Thursday morning, where the decision could be made to purchase land for a new campus in west Bryan. According to the agenda, the trustees will hold an executive session to “deliberate the purchase of land containing approximately 94 acres located in the Zeno Phillip League, […]

Bryan Council Debates Interpretation of New Charter Ordinances

Last November, Bryan voters approved changes to the city charter. At the last city council meeting, three members lost their effort to be a part of how the changes will be interpreted. City attorney Janis Hampton told Mike Southerland, Rafael Pena, and Al Saenz that the ordinance has to reflect the voter’s decision and not […]

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