Posted: 03/01/2013 - The Center for Community Health Development (CCHD) in the Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Rural Public Health is conducting the fourth local health assessment across a nine-county region.
Updated: 02/28/2013 - Government agencies are already taking steps to comply with automatic spending cuts scheduled to take effect Friday.
Updated: 03/05/2013 - The Texas A&M Health Science Center (TAMHSC) College of Nursing recently received a community grant from the George Bush Presidential Library Foundation to study the childhood obesity epidemic throughout the Brazos Valley.
Updated: 02/28/2013 - Stanley Robertson will be sentenced to life in prison without possibility of parole for the August 2010 murder of Annie Toliver in College Station.
Updated: 03/18/2013 - The jury in the trial of convicted College Station killer Stanley Robertson has, in their words, "deadlocked" on the issue of whether Robertson is mentally retarded, the second of three issues the jury has on its plate to address.
Updated: 02/26/2013 - A Brazos County jury has began deliberating the fate of convicted College Station killer Stanley Robertson, and will continue Tuesday morning after being sequestered at a local hotel Monday night.
Updated: 03/05/2013 - Bryan firefighters Ricky Mantey and Mitch Moran’s conditions continue to improve at UTMB hospital in Galveston.
Updated: 03/05/2013 - Tech Talk 2/21/2013
Updated: 03/05/2013 - It’s not very often a story or situation hits so close to home for me. The fire at the Knights of Columbus hall in Bryan, and the tragic loss of two firefighters, strikes at my core. My father is a firefighter.
Updated: 02/15/2013 - One of the key witnesses for the defense team in convicted College Station murderer Stanley Robertson's trial continued his testimony Thursday.
Updated: 02/13/2013 - Convicted murderer Stanley Robertson is ineligible for the death penalty if jurors believe a psychologist for the killer's defense team.
Updated: 02/08/2013 - A day after finding Stanley Robertson guilty, a Brazos County jury returned to court Friday morning to begin hearing arguments and testimony about the College Station man's punishment for capital murder.