Posted: 8:43 PM Local police captured two burglary suspects Saturday. A juvenile burglary suspect is in custody after a search involving both the Bryan and College Station police departments. Meanwhile, Bryan Police caught another burglary suspect in the act
Posted: 4:42 PM The Brazos Valley Senior Games track and field events took place today at Caldwell High School. But one athlete was once told by doctors taking part in the senior games wouldn't be possible.
Updated: 9:10 PM To the families of fallen Aggies celebrating Muster Friday evening, the tradition is certainly meaningful. But for the past year, Muster has carried an equally significant meaning for the students who make the tradition possible each year.
Updated: 12:47 AM One person is confirmed dead after a fatal accident on Rock Prairie Road Friday night. DPS arrived on scene shortly after the wreck, which happened just before 10pm, but would not confirm details on the accident.
Updated: 12:47 AM A BTU employee is injured while repairing storm damaged power lines Friday. According to witnesses, the pole he was working on snapped, sending him down 12 feet where he landed on a shed, then fell 12 more feet to the ground.
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.
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: 5:08 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.