Updated: 11:14 PM Texas A&M Director of Athletics Bill Byrne was contacted by University of Kentucky Athletic Director Mitch Barnhart at 7 p.m. Thursday requesting permission to speak to Aggie basketball head coach Billy Gillispie about the head coaching position with the Wildcats.
Updated: 3:14 PM The generosity of Citibank and Citigroup is being felt across the Brazos Valley. Earlier this year the financial institution announced a donation of more than $510,000. Bryan ISD's Education Foundation was one of the beneficiaries.
Updated: 5:09 AM Births, immigration and migration from other states helped make Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston two of the country's fastest-growing metro areas. Details were released yesterday by the Census Bureau. The population of the Dallas-Fort Worth area grew by more than 842,000, topping 16 percent, from 2000 to 2006.
Updated: 7:50 PM Commonplace in the sanctuary, the Bible may become common in high school classes across Texas. A bill filed in the Texas Legislature by State Representative Warren Chisum of Pampa would mandate school districts offer ninth through twelfth graders elective courses in history and literature using the Old and New Testaments as the basic literature.
Updated: 7:24 PM The investigation continues into the death of two inmates held in two different counties. Brazos County Sheriff officials said Wednesday they are one step closer to figuring out how Brazos County inmate Terry Lee Davis died.
Posted: 4:54 PM The Milano Water Supply Corporation says their water is now safe to drink. The corporation lifted its boil water notice Wednesday for all customers in the Chriesman, Friendship and Seven Star communities in Burleson County and customers in southern Milam county.
Updated: 11:19 PM Four Brazos Valley residents have pleaded guilty to covering up a friend's deadly motorcycle accident, so he wouldn't get a DWI. Edwinn Michael Jones died in June 2005, a week after he was severely injured in a motorcycle crash.