Updated: 7:12 AM The biggest item on Thursday's College Station Planning and Zoning meeting wasn't discussed. Commercial developers off of Highway 6 asked that consideration on that part of town be tabled so residents and city could discuss traffic in the area.
Updated: 6:48 AM Cities across the US are trying to collect on unpaid tickets, fines, and fees. Bryan and College Station are no different. Many people are shrugging those fines off, but what you may not know is that can really hurt your credit score.
Updated: 10:43 PM We now know it wasn't a bomb that prompted Wednesday's evacuation in Bryan.
So what was it?
Turns out police say it was an equipment part that was possibly used in a heating or cooling system.
But it was not homemade and the homeowner couldn't remember how it got in his garage.
Updated: 7:01 AM The Brazos Valley Council on Alcohol and Substance Abuse has assisted in our community for more than twenty years and now their expanding. They will be offering three new programs in Brazos, Burleson, Madison and Robertson counties.
Updated: 7:02 AM Studies have long shown teenagers to be the most dangerous drivers on the road. But a new study says teen drivers involved in accidents are killing other people in much greater numbers than they are killing themselves.
Updated: 6:29 AM One Huntsville man's quest to see his children more often is shared by many in the state. Tuesday evening in Huntsville, parents and concerned citizens interested in change banded together to discuss how equal parenting can be achieved.
Updated: 12:21 AM Union Pacific is pushing the pedal when it comes to train speed on Bryan's rails. This new change is causing concern for Bryan's Mayor Ernie Wentrcek. But it's not all concerns; some say it'll bring benefits.
Updated: 6:30 AM This generation of high schoolers has seen several significant events related to terrorism. There was September 11th, the war in Afghanistan, and now the war in Iraq. And because of that, one Bryan high teacher is providing her students with information about Middle Eastern cultures and religions.
Updated: 7:17 AM It used to be 19th Street in Bryan, but a few years ago, the signs changed and now read Martin Luther King Drive. The news out of that part of town isn't always the greatest, but residents there say Dr. King's dream does live on the street with his name.
Updated: 7:18 AM Local residents took a moment Monday to remember the life of a man who worked for peace and unity, only to see that life ended by violence. That man was Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The civil rights leader would have turned 77 Sunday. Many local residents are have been touched by his life and his messages.
Updated: 5:47 PM Texas A&M officials say last week's explosion in the chemistry building was likely caused by an over-pressurized dewar.
A dewar is likened to a thermos this one contained liquid nitrogen.
Although investigators haven't listed an official cause, they say all signs are pointing to the dewar.
Research classes have been moved from the damaged areas of the building.
The investigation continues.
Clean-up at the building is scheduled to start tomorrow.
Updated: 5:26 PM A good soaking rain has been falling across the Brazos Valley Monday, but so far the totals have generally been less than a quarter inch.
The area could see some heavier rain this Monday evening as a line of showers and thunderstorms moves through with a cold front.