Updated: 10:40 AM Thursday marks one month since the wrath of hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans. Earlier this month News 3 spoke with a family who evacuated New Orleans and is now making Bryan their new home.
Updated: 10:53 AM Taxpayer money in College Station may have been pocketed by a city employee and a construction company. But a long-running investigation by CSPD and the District Attorney have those involved heading to trial.
Updated: 7:33 PM Among the unsung heroes during both recent hurricanes were local houses of worship. Most didn't wait to be asked before opening up their churches and checkbooks and even though they're due FEMA reimbursements money wasn't the motivation.
Updated: 5:55 PM Facing the possibility of Hurricane Rita taking a direct path over Bryan/College Station, many residents stocked up on non-perishable food items, water and other goods.
The Brazos Food Bank is hosting a one-day, special collection effort scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 29.
Updated: 10:26 AM Winds from hurricane Rita kicked up waves that pounded the dam on Lake Livingston for several hours Saturday, causing damage that has officials worried. As a result, the Trinity River Authority has evacuated residents along the Trinity River dam, and has them headed for higher ground.
Updated: 8:00 PM Since the postal service shut down Friday and Saturday in anticipation of Hurricane Rita, there's a bit of a backup when it comes to your letters and packages. USPS is working hard to correct it.
Updated: 10:27 AM As evacuees continue to make their way back to their homes, the analysis is underway. While everyone was working for the same goal, there's always things to improve on, according to one top official.
Updated: 8:32 PM Many Brazos Valley schools were opened as shelters for Hurricane Rita evacuees.
But with the glancing blow the storm delivered to the area, that means many schools will reopen Monday.
However, there are some that will remain closed.