Updated: 5:06 AM Through rain, sleet, snow or shine, local mail will continue to be processed in Bryan. The US Postal Service had been considering eliminating the Bryan Post Office's Processing and Distribution facility and moving those operations to Houston.
Updated: 2:42 PM Most people who visit any of the dining facilities at Texas A&M probably do not give what is being cooked or served a second thought. But for this man, it is not just a thought, it is his passion.
Updated: 4:58 AM An undercover operation in Bryan yielded few results this weekend. In an effort to target street level drug dealers, Bryan Police's Directed Deployment Team made three arrests, compared to 10 in 2005. The team was joined by K-9 patrol and reserve police officers.
Updated: 5:00 AM About a thousand people rallied at the Texas state Capitol Sunday. They were protesting plans for 18 new coal-fired power plants. Energy giant TXU wants to build eleven of the plants and its plan is on the fast track under Governor Rick Perry's 2005 order to expand electricity production and lower its costs.
Updated: 4:57 AM Defense Secretary Robert Gates vows the U.S. will work with Pakistan to combat violence in neighboring Afghanistan. Gates has met with Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf, telling reporters afterwards that the U.S. and Pakistan will work together in a spring offensive against the Taliban.
Updated: 12:49 AM Monday is a day off for Bryan ISD students. But it's not a day off for Bryan school trustees. The topic of middle school attendance zones is once again on the agenda for trustees when they meet Monday night. And, this time, trustees are expected to make a decision.
Updated: 12:50 AM Bryan City Council, this week, will consider final approval on a tax increment finance zone, which should pave the way for a major retail development. Also on the agenda for Bryan Council is the appointment of an interim police chief.
Posted: 8:45 PM AUSTIN (AP) - About a thousand people rallied at the State Capitol on Sunday to call on lawmakers to slow down a plan to build up to 18 new coal-fired power plants. Environmentalists fear the new plants will pump millions of tons of pollutants into the air every year.
Posted: 8:41 PM HOUSTON (AP) - Four people were killed, including three children, in a pre-dawn house fire near Houston Sunday. Three others were injured.
A spokeswoman for the Fort Bend County Sheriff's Department said
firefighters found the family's house in Fresno fully engulfed.
Updated: 1:00 PM Some College Station residents made some unpleasant findings, thanks to vandals. It started Friday morning in Southwood Valley. In all, there were nine reports of tire slashings in an area bound by FM 2818 to the north, Graham Road to the South, Longmire to the east, and Welsh to the West.
Updated: 1:00 PM A College Station man faces criminal charges after allegedly threatening his mother with a hammer. Police say Kelly Joe Nuche got angry for unknown reasons, grabbed a hammer, and hit vehicles in his own driveway.
Posted: 8:16 PM A posse for public service made its way to the Brazos Valley. About 70 mounted riders of the Mounted Posse rode to the Bush Presidential Library to present the community with proclamations of the upcoming Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.
Posted: 9:50 PM A five-car accident created quite a mess for Friday afternoon motorists. Police haven't said what started the mix up, but at least one person was hurt and had to be taken to the hospital.
Updated: 12:36 AM Fred Brown says his involvement with Tejas Mitsubishi in Bryan was limited to the business' start-up. As we reported Thursday, US Marshals seized property belonging to that business. Plus, read the civil suit.
Updated: 9:47 PM The United Way celebrated four years of getting the Brazos Valley connected to local services. Members of the United Way gathered to recognize the success of the 2-1-1 information center.
Updated: 9:48 PM Lots of people are excited about watching the Grammys this Sunday, but one Brazos Valley resident is excited about being a part of them. Willie Coleman, from College Station, is the bass guitar player for The Dixie Hummingbirds.
Updated: 9:49 PM Brazos County District Judge Rick Davis is once again trying to change the law that came down on him. In early January, Davis wrote a letter urging the Texas legislature to reform the law that governs the Texas Commission on Judicial Conduct.
Updated: 9:50 PM A prominent portion of a downtown Bryan street will be shut down this weekend as part of on-going construction. William Joel Bryan Parkway between Main Street and Parker Avenue will be closed starting Saturday in order to install storm sewer lines.
Updated: 9:51 PM An all-day argument between roommates in College Station turned violent, leading to a pair of arrests. Juanesha Maxfield and Timikia Coleman both face charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Posted: 1:55 PM In the spirit of the day dedicated to love, a College Station restaurant is putting a twist on the typical round shaped pizza. Boston's The Gourmet Pizza has started its annual Valentine's fundraiser featuring its one-of-a-kind heart-shaped pizzas to benefit Children's Miracle Network.
Updated: 4:49 PM A Bryan man was jailed Friday in connection with what Milam County officials are calling its largest drug bust. Rockdale police said around 12 a.m. Thursday, Ruben Henderson, 27, was arrested after an officer found $42,000 worth of crack cocaine, about 350 grams, in his car.