Bryan Police Investigating Fatality Crash

From Bryan police: On December 16, 2018, at 3:40 p.m. Officers responded to a major accident at the 900 block of San Jacinto near 17th Street. The preliminary investigation revealed…

Boy Scout Troop 159's Alex Young earns Eagle Scout rank

Alex Young, a member of Boy Scout Troop 159 in Bryan, has earned the rank of Eagle Scout. He was awarded the rank during a Court of Honor ceremony Dec.…

Almost Seven Tons Of Trash Is Removed From Around A Bryan Home

Almost seven tons of trash was removed from a Bryan home on Wednesday. And one of the residents was arrested for interfering with public duties. The list from the Bryan…

Bryan City Council Approves First Electric Scooter Agreement

Electric scooters are now available in Bryan. That follows city council action at this week’s meeting to launch a pilot program. Mayor Andrew Nelson talked about a recent test drive…

Bryan Police Thank A Neighbor For Reporting Suspicious Activity

Bryan police thank a citizen who contacted them after seeing suspicious activity outside their home at two in the morning. The witness, who lives north of Austin’s Colony Park off…

13 Year Old Arrested After Bringing A Pellet Gun To Davila Middle School

Bryan police gives a shoutout to the Bryan school district for how they dealt with a student who brought an toy pellet gun to Davila Middle School Thursday morning. According…

Blinn College And Bryan Police Respond To A Wednesday Night Threat

The last day of finals and the rest of Thursday’s regular schedule on the Blinn College Bryan campus is taking place after a threat was received Wednesday night. Bryan police…

City Of Bryan Now Has Temporary Control Of Grandview Cemetery

The Bryan city council this week unanimously voted to take temporary control of the privately owned Grandview Cemetery, which has had no official ownership since 1972. A new non-profit organization…

Bryan City Council Reverses Direction And Will Pursue City Initiated Annexation

In September, the Bryan city council decided not to pursue city initiated annexation on the west side of town, including the RELLIS campus. The council changed its mind this week,…

Bryan Police Reminders Following Two Home Invasion Armed Robberies

Two home invasion armed robberies in Bryan Tuesday where the suspects impersonated service employees has led police to issue an advisory. Officer Kelley McKethan says residents should be asking questions…

Recapping Five Criminal Cases From Brazos County District Court

A Bryan man has admitted in court to stabbing his roommate multiple times last year. 60 year old Floyd Sherwood was sentenced to 45 years in prison for family violence…

Bryan City Council Approves The Sale Of Former Fire Station #2

A former Bryan fire station is returning to the property tax rolls. That’s after the city council approved selling the recently closed fire station number two at Cavitt and Dellwood…

Bryan Police Take One Into Custody And Search For Two Others Accused Of A Residential Attempted Armed Robbery

Bryan police are looking for two suspects and got a third out of a house, following an attempted armed robbery just before 4 p.m. Tuesday in the area of Palasota…

City Of Bryan Hires Out Of Town Lawyer And Answers Planet K Sign Lawsuit

Tuesday’s Bryan city council meeting includes the first discussion behind closed doors since the city responded to a lawsuit filed by a business fighting to keep a sign in its…

$1.6 Million Dollar Renovation Underway At Bryan’s Burton Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant

Bryan’s public works director, Jayson Barfknecht, visits with WTAW’s Bill Oliver about the $1.6 million dollar renovation that is underway at the Burton Creek wastewater treatment plant…which is located east…

Republicans should take Beto seriously. The 2020 revolution will be marketed, and he is a product. Texas Insider Report: AUSTIN, Texas — Former Rep. Robert “Beto” O’Rourke (D-TX) has been meeting…

B/CS City Events Rained Out On Friday And Saturday

Downtown Bryan’s First Friday musical performances were either cancelled or rescheduled due to rainy weather. Performances at the Palace Theater were cancelled, caroling by members of the city council will…

Neely new president of Texas Plant Protection Association

Media contact: Blair Fannin, 979-845-2259, b-fannin@tamu.edu BRYAN – Dr. Clark Neely, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service small grain specialist in College Station, has been announced as the new president of…

Precision nutrition to play key role in future needs of growing Texas

Writer: Blair Fannin, 979-845-2259, b-fannin@tamu.edu  COLLEGE STATION – The vice chancellor of Texas A&M AgriLife and director of the state’s premier agricultural research agency said precision nutrition and responsive agriculture…

The 4-1-1 On Union Pacific’s Locomotive 4141 And The Rest Of The George H.W. Bush Funeral Train

The 14 cars that make up Union Pacific’s funeral train for George H.W. Bush and his family is ready to roll. UP assistant vice president Tom Lange says the passenger…