Posted: 5:03 PM A single vehicle accident Friday morning injures a Bryan DPS Trooper. It happened at Texas Avenue and Stevens in North Bryan around 9:30 Friday morning.
Posted: 4:55 PM A new study reveals that people are doing more than just driving while they're behind the wheel and that's causing more accidents than researchers originally thought.
Posted: 4:53 PM The railroad commission released its findings from the natural gas spill in Grimes County. Tuesday's explosion and gas leak in Todd Mission caused evacuations and produced fumes.
Updated: 8:50 AM For the fourth year in a row, "Hispanic" magazine has ranked Texas A&M as one of the nation's top 25 colleges for Latinos. The magazine is one of the nation's premier publications for Hispanic Americans.
Updated: 8:45 AM The state's professional sports teams are working to exempt their broadcast revenues from a new business tax being considered by the House. The comptroller's office estimates that the state could raise 20 (M) million dollars a year by taxing the broadcast revenues.
Updated: 8:41 AM More charges are expected after three men were arrested at the College Station Tractor Supply store. Employees say last week two men bought equipment with fake purchase orders.
Updated: 8:35 AM A 19-year-old Bryan man will spend the next 10 years on probation. Roderick Turner was sentenced Thursday for his participation in a drive-by shooting on MLK last summer.
Updated: 10:03 AM The northbound and southbound lanes of Highway 6 opened just after 9:30 Friday morning after an 18-wheeler jacknifed and became lodged in the center divider.
Posted: 10:41 PM A domestic dispute that turned deadly leads to the indictment of a Houston man. A Brazos County grand jury decided Thursday enough evidence exists to move forward with a murder trial for Defredrick Granderson.
Updated: 3:23 PM The words "acting" and "interim" aren't interchangeable when it comes to Bryan's current city manager. Kean Register has been on the job since mid-February, and he's already made some major moves.
Posted: 6:14 PM Bidders for the second phase of redevelopment in Downtown Bryan gave an initial price tag that the city wasn't expecting. The council had allocated $6.5 million for work on Bryan Street, but only two bids came in, and the low bid was for $8.1 million.
Updated: 6:16 PM The Twin Cities' residents are obviously being hit hard by rising fuel costs. So are the Twin Cities themselves. Officials in both Bryan and College Station say they're over on their current budget's fuel costs by between $100,000 and $125,000.
Posted: 5:17 PM There is more help in the Brazos Valley for those battling drug and alcohol addictions. La Hacienda treatment Center in College Station is helping patients transform their lives.
Posted: 5:08 PM Brenham's city council heard the results of a feasibility study for landfill property near Chappell Hill Thursday. The issue has been looming for over 2 decades with residents opposing the landfill.
Posted: 5:07 PM After nearly a year long legal battle, the city of Huntsville has reached an agreement with CenterPoint Entergy concerning rate increases. Terms include a 9 dollar per year rate reduction for customers.
Posted: 5:04 PM The Texas Department of Transportation says no to a bypass for the city of Calvert. City leaders have been pushing for an alternate route for the portion of Highway 6 that runs through downtown.
Posted: 5:03 PM A new Madison County commissioner has been named. Thursday, County Judge Cecil Neely appointed Phillip Grisham to fill the seat vacated by Elsie Farris. Farris resigned Tuesday following an alleged confrontation at the courthouse.
Updated: 6:17 PM Bryan Police caught up with a fugitive they believed to be armed and dangerous Wednesday night. Edward Sylvester Hodges, 44, was taken into custody and charged with aggravated robbery.
Updated: 7:57 AM Democrats plan to pick up a few hammers and shovels at a Democratic National Committee meeting that begins today in New Orleans. The attendees plan to use the backdrop to highlight their criticism of the Bush administration.
Updated: 7:54 AM It's been seven years since two students opened fire on their high school, killing 13 before taking their own lives. Former students who survived the attack on Columbine High School say they are still trying to put their lives back together.
Updated: 7:48 AM Crude oil futures remain above 72 dollars a barrel this morning, after hitting a new high overnight. The latest spurt in crude prices prompted one analyst to exclaim "the market is sizzling."
Updated: 7:45 AM The College Station Parks and Recreation Department is putting the finishing touches on some soon-to-open trails. Workers have been preparing for the grand opening of the Wolf Pen Creek Upper Trails, though walkers have already been taking advantage of the paths.