Updated: 5:58 PM Bryan's city council will meet Thursday night in closed session to discuss the selection process for a new city manager. It hopes to hire a search firm, create a candidate profile, and a timeline for getting someone hired this month.
Updated: 8:02 AM Even the pros can't get it right. Undercover congressional investigators made 19 visits to commercial chain tax preparers and say they found mistakes on virtually every return they checked.
Updated: 8:00 AM A report being released today says thousands of Texas school buses emit exhaust harmful to children's health. The report by the environmental advocacy group Environmental Defense also calls for the state to pay for replacing or upgrading old buses.
Updated: 7:58 AM A Muslim Baylor University student says she was attacked on the Waco campus. Now, the Council on American-Islamic Relations wants the FBI to investigate the attack as a hate crime.
Updated: 7:55 AM Defense attorneys say they plan to call two more witnesses before they call former Enron Chief Executive Jeffrey Skilling to the witness stand. Skilling is to testify in his own defense at the federal fraud and conspiracy trial of himself and Enron founder Kenneth Lay.
Updated: 10:09 AM Katie Couric is leaving NBC's "Today" show. On her 15th anniversary on the program, Couric told viewers this morning that she's leaving at the end of May
Posted: 9:54 PM A domestic dispute at the Brenham State School leads to one in the hospital and one on the run. Now, Brenham police have issued an arrest warrant for Florence Jackson Simmons, but she's no where to be found.
Posted: 6:12 PM If you thought it seemed like more people were at this year's Chilifest ... You're right. Organizers say about 45,000 people attended. That's almost double last year's number.
Posted: 5:31 PM If the Brazos Animal Shelter were a hotel, the no vacancy sign would be turned on. The shelter is experiencing severe space limitations due to structural problems.
Posted: 5:19 PM In times of emergencies and disasters, there are often places where humans can't go. In those cases, responders often rely on technology to get things done. They got a little practice Tuesday at Disaster City on the campus of Texas A&M University.
Posted: 5:13 PM It's been in the works for about a year and a half, and now the several government way finding sign project is making headway. Tuesday at the Brazos County Commissioners meeting, the Bryan-College Station convention and visitors bureau presented a project update, taking one step closer towards completion.
Updated: 2:25 PM How would you like your mug on a McDonald's bag? McDonald's is offering you that chance by running what it calls an online casting call for customers' faces to be featured on cups and bags used in more than 100 countries.
Updated: 2:24 PM Although a majority of Americans think they'll be enjoying a comfortable retirement, many of them have not done the legwork necessary to make it happen.
Updated: 2:24 PM Irving voters will decide whether to tax professional football players for their use of Texas Stadium locker rooms. The proposal is part of a city plan to help pay for redeveloping the stadium site after the Dallas Cowboys leave.
Updated: 2:25 PM The tiny biodiesel industry has gotten a big boost from Big Oil. Houston-based refiner Motiva Enterprises announced yesterday that it's begun blending the soy-based alternative with traditional motor fuel at its Dallas terminal.
Updated: 10:29 AM Former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay says he will resign from his House seat sometime before mid-June. He made the announcement this morning in a videotape statement.
Posted: 7:49 AM Walker County authorities are searching for two men suspected of robbing a raping a woman.
Posted: 8:26 PM The City of College Station is taking name suggestions for the State Highway 40/Greens Prairie Road East Corridor nearing completion.
Posted: 6:21 PM The Brazos Valley African American Museum held its inaugural golf tournament Monday.