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Bryan girl gets Walmart shopping spree thanks to Nickelodeon Toy Run
Faith Moore, 6, of College Station won a chance to race through the toy section of a Bryan Walmart to nab as many toys as she can as a part of Nickelodeon's Toy Run show. The Facebook Live broadcast was hosted by teen celebrity JoJo Siwa.
38 Texas A&M Student-Athletes to Graduate in December
COLLEGE STATION, Texas – A total of 38 Texas A&M student-athletes will receive their degrees during Fall Commencement ceremonies on Friday, Dec. 14 and Saturday, Dec. 15 at Reed Arena.
Bryan Police Department: Brenham man had tire theft tools
A Brenham man with a history of tire thefts was arrested early Thursday after authorities say he was found moving between vehicles in a Bryan neighborhood. According to Bryan police, officers were called to Althea Court around 2 a.m. Thursday after a caller saw a man wearing black clothes and carryi
Five things to do this weekend around Bryan-College Station
This weekend there are several events to celebrate the holidays with the whole family, including local theater’s productions of A Christmas Carol, I’ll Be Home For Christmas and Seussical. There’s also a lighted Christmas parade and chances to visit Santa. For more events, visit the online Events Ca
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 Bullinger Creek Drive, reported a man was walking between homes and a Jeep on Althea Court holding a black bag and picki
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 is working on being legally recognized.
Info sought in Bryan robbery
Bryan police are seeking the public's help in identifying two people believed to have been involved in a robbery on Tuesday. According to authorities, around 5 p.m., officers responded to the 1900 block of Pine Tree Drive. Residents of the home said they had been approached by two men posing as main
Lighted Christmas parade taking over Downtown Bryan Friday
Santa Claus is coming to town and he's riding in the annual Downtown Bryan Light Christmas Parade on Friday. The only lighted parade in Bryan-College Station will begin at 6:30 p.m.
City of College Station Update on WTAW
David Schmitz, Director of Parks and Recreation, visits with WTAW’s Scott DeLucia about the results of the parks and recreation special needs assessment survey, what people are asking for, and more during his appearance on The Infomaniacs on Friday, December 14, 2018.
Cellphone store in Bryan robbed
Bryan police are investigating following an aggravated robbery at a cellphone store early Tuesday. According to police, three men armed with at least one firearm entered the Boost Mobile store in the 2900 block of E Texas 21 around 9:30 a.m. They reportedly fled in a white car with an undisclosed am
Texas college student died after snorting Adderall, autopsy says
A Texas A&M University freshman died after snorting Adderall, a prescription drug used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, according to a newly released autopsy report.
Bryan PD searching for attempted aggravated robbery suspects
BRYAN, Texas - Bryan Police Department officers are searching for two suspects after an attempted aggravated robbery. Officers received a call on Tuesday of an attempted aggravated robbery in the 2700 block of Flanagan Street. At least three suspects, some armed, contacted the homeowner and assault
VERIFY: 4141 George Bush Locomotive is stationed in Omaha, for now
HOUSTON - Watching the 4141 Locomotive carry President George H.W. Bush to his final resting place was a historic day for Texans. That’s why a KHOU 11 News viewer wanted to verify articles that say the special train will be located in Omaha, Neb., rather than Texas.
Aggieland Outfitters offering $6,000 scholarship to lucky Aggie
College Station, Texas --- Aggieland Outfitters, an A&M apparel shop with locations in College Station, will give away a $6,000 A&M scholarship to one lucky Aggie Student. Students have until midnight on Wednesday, December 12th to enter into the contest. A winner will be chosen at random from comme
Bryan man searching for lost, pizza loving parrot
BRYAN, Tex. (KBTX) - It's not uncommon to see a lost pet sign posted in your neighborhood; but there's one floating around town and on social media that's turning a lot of heads.
Bryan Police Reminders Following Two Home Invasion Armed Robberies
Two home invasion armed robberies in Bryan Tuesday where the suspects were in costume has led police to issue an advisory. Officer Kelley McKethan says residents should be asking questions of those who knock on their door.
College Station employee hit by car is recovering
Sept. 20 started out a normal day for Harold "Dendy" Brown. The 40-year-old commuted to College Station from his home in Gause -- something he's done for 16 years -- to work as a route manager for the city's public works department.
Bryan police: Man jailed in 2017 sexual assault case
A 40-year-old man remained behind bars late Tuesday night after authorities say he sexually assaulted a woman and threatened to kill her in 2017. According to Bryan police, officers were contacted by a woman on Nov. 8 who wanted to report an incident from April 2017 in which she said Ro Lian Uk of H
Highway closed in Carlos following fatal accident
An accident in Grimes County left one person dead and another injured early Tuesday. Officials with the Texas Department of Public Safety said the accident involved a car and a pickup and happened around 8 a.m. on Texas 30, just east of County Road 190.
Texas A&M set to break graduation record this weekend
Texas A&M will be handing out a record number of degrees during commencement ceremonies on Friday and Saturday, university officials said Monday. The university will bestow more than 5,500 degrees at the College Station, Health Science Center, Galveston and Qatar campuses and the School of Law in Fo