Posted: 6:46 PM After over two decades of debate, a decision has finally been made about a proposed landfill for Brenham. In a 6 to 1 decision, the city council voted down the dump deal by agreeing to sell the proposed site near Highway 290 without a landfill permit.
Posted: 1:38 PM The College Station Medical Center is keeping kids safe, through the State Farm Car Seat Check-up. Saturday marks the second year safety seat technicians have checked the car seats for free.
Posted: 1:37 PM A mobile unit from the Mexican Consulate's office in Houston is making a stop in Bryan. Saturday, Mexican immigrants can apply for matricula consular identification cards and passports. The unit will take applications from 8:30am to 12:30pm at Santa Teresa Catholic Church at 1212 Lucky St., in Bryan.
Updated: 8:07 AM The end could be in sight for jurors at the Enron trial. The defense teams aim to rest their case Monday or Tuesday, followed by what prosecutors said would be up to ten rebuttal witnesses.
Updated: 2:39 PM While College Station authorities comb through rubble, residents of an apartment are moving belongings out of their burned building. And even though the cause of the University Commons fire is still under investigation, students who lived there are breathing a sigh of relief.
Posted: 8:15 PM A truck driver accused of moonlighting as a marijuana farmer remains in the Robertson County. Richard Langford, 44, was taken into custody during a traffic stop Wednesday afternoon in Hearne. His bond has been set at $350,000.
Posted: 6:37 PM A Bryan man was sentenced Thursday to 320 days in jail after investigators say he cut off the ears of three pitbulls.
Antwynne Ballew, 26, pled guilty to three counts of animal cruelty, which is a Class A misdemeanor. He also must pay a $4,000 fine for each count.
Updated: 6:45 PM Funeral arrangements have been made for the Neal Elementary fifth grader who died after being hit by a car. Veketrice Crenshaw, 10, of Bryan died Wednesday from severe head trauma after being hit by a car on Monday.
Posted: 6:10 PM Thursday was day two of the murder trial of Brent William Noland. Noland is charged in the fatal stabbing of US Navy Serviceman Brandon Smith during the 2004 Texas Renaissance Festival. The defense claims Noland attacked in self-defense, the state says Noland had no reason to kill an innocent man.
Updated: 8:00 AM A Texas frozen-food company will be the first to get an investment from a Wal-Mart fund launched as a way to reach out to minorities. Wal-Mart said yesterday it would back Mansfield-based food processor Simeus Foods International.
Updated: 7:55 AM Detectives suspect a man charged with a 16-year-old Missouri City murder may be a serial killer. In addition to investigating the deaths of two other Houston women, authorities are looking into a possible connection with victims in three other states.
Updated: 7:50 AM Under pressure from the United States, Mexican President Vicente Fox has backed off from signing legislation to decriminalize illegal drug use. His office now says the proposed law will be tightened "to prevent drug tourism."
Updated: 7:57 AM A 22-year-old San Antonio man has been charged with capital murder in the death of his girlfriend's three-year-old son. An autopsy shows the boy suffered blunt force trauma to his abdomen, lacerating his liver and small intestine.
Updated: 7:42 AM A Brazos Valley couple has been sentenced to prison for forcing a 12-year-old illegal Mexican immigrant girl into servitude. Both pleaded guilty to forced labor and transporting an illegal immigrant.
Updated: 1:42 PM An investigation is underway in College Station after an apartment complex caught fire. The mostly-student residents at University Commons off of Southwest Parkway had an unwanted test just days before their finals begin.
Posted: 7:31 PM It was an attack that shocked the Brazos Valley and left a dark cloud over one of our area's most popular events. Navy serviceman Brandon Smith was on leave and decided to spend the day relaxing at the Renaissance Festival. But before he could make it home, he was savagely stabbed to death. Wednesday, the murder trial of the accused killer began.
Posted: 7:23 PM It's only a drill, but a hurricane bearing down on the Texas coast has emergency personnel on watch and on call. Brazos County served as a major hub for evacuees last year, and as part of the local exercises, new technologies are being tested.