Updated: 9:48 AM If you haven't been to the George Bush Presidential Library recently, now is the time to visit. California based Universal Exhibits has designed plans for a multi million dollar redesign of the museum, and the changes will make this library unlike any other in the nation.
Posted: 9:31 PM A Bryan man is in Brazos County Jail charged with attacking his ex-girlfriend. College Station Police say Scott Gibbs, 21, forced his way into his ex-girlfriend's apartment in the 100 block of Luther Street.
Posted: 9:28 PM An overnight sting by Bryan Police Saturday landed 11 men in jail. Police targeted suspects soliciting prostitutes in the city. In all, 11 men ranging in age from 22 to 50 were arrested.
Updated: 9:33 AM A local congregation hopes to rebuild after a fire destroyed their church home a few weeks ago. Members of Mount Zion Baptist Church in Robertson County came together for the first time Sunday since the fire.
Posted: 6:46 PM McKINNEY, Texas (AP) - A judge has declared a mistrial after the
jury deadlocked in the capital murder case of the woman accused of
fatally cutting the arms off her 10-month-old daughter.
Posted: 5:45 PM Rain-slicked roads made for treacherous driving Saturday. Nowhere was that more evident than on Highway 6. A two-vehicle accident five miles south of Hearne left one person dead and four injured.
Updated: 5:33 PM One of America's heroes made a trip to the Brazos Valley today. An airman wounded in the war on terror left the doctors behind for a day trip to College Station. This was his first day trip since returning from Baghdad in December.
Updated: 9:24 PM Houston police continue to search for the person who shot and killed Bryan-native Michael Gutierrez Wednesday night. And with services scheduled for this weekend, dozens of friends and family have come to his family to pay tribute. It's a humbling show of support, says the family.
Posted: 6:20 PM Some parents in Brenham are not happy about several books on a required reading list. They say they contain inappropriate language and are too racy for their teenagers. But the district says the books were recommended by the College Board and follow the curriculum.