Updated: 4:08 PM The separation of church and state is seemingly always being discussed. In College Station, the government has chosen to start their meetings in a very common way, but one which some religious leaders aren't willing to participate in.
Updated: 5:57 PM Besides going in person or watching them on television, there's now a new way to see College Station's meetings. Starting this week, the city will stream their Channel 19 programming live on the city's website.
Updated: 12:42 AM Several things can cause the justice system to slow down, but county officials are hoping jury selection isn't one of them. Over the past few years several mistrials have been declared because only a small number of potential jurors showed up.
Updated: 8:06 AM It's news that has shocked the city of Bryan. One of their finest firemen is accused of something no one would expect of him. Nick Pappas returned to Bryan Wednesday, but will have to head back to San Antonio to face a major charge.
Updated: 9:52 PM An anonymous author once wrote, "When the world says, 'Give up,' hope whispers, 'Try it one more time.'" There have been plenty of times where Christopher Ragan could have given up, but he has always stayed true to his goals.
Updated: 9:27 PM Opening arguments were set to begin Tuesday in the Chad Davis capital murder trial. Davis is charged with planning the murder of Tommy Andrade in the summer of 2003. But the trial didn't begin as planned.
Updated: 6:46 PM As the demographics of Bryan change, so do the ways the city's police protect and serve. Now the department has a new training program that will help officers better serve one group in particular.
Updated: 10:03 PM HOUSTON (AP) - The U.S. Marshals service says they have
captured escaped convicted killer Charles Victor Thompson in
Shreveport. Marianne Matus with the U.S. Marshals Service said Thompson was in custody, but did not provide any additional details.
Updated: 9:59 PM Two people are dead after unrelated accidents around the Brazos Valley Sunday. The first happened in Houston County about 3 p.m., 16.5 miles east of Crockett. The second accident happened shortly after 4 p.m. in Madison County.