Updated: 7:36 PM A clear day meant plenty of fun in the sun for those who attended Somerfest today. But it's not all games for those who put the event on. Somerville is banking on big bucks in the future from their big event.
Updated: 7:45 PM A councilman's son turns himself into Bryan Police, but not for a hit and run accident he suspected of. Joe Marin III was charged with failure to identify himself to an officer and also had three outstanding municipal warrants.
Updated: 12:28 AM Oklahoma jailers are keeping an even closer watch on a Brenham man in their custody. Adam Young was arrested in Enid, Oklahoma, when cops found 400 pounds of marijuana in his airplane.
Updated: 9:16 PM Trying to salvage a crumbling special session on school finance, the Senate opted Thursday to scrap previous efforts and start over. They hope to break the impasse that has twarted previous sessions.
Updated: 1:55 PM One of the largest churches in the Twin Cities has decided to discontinue its daycare service. But the landslide vote by the congregation doesn't spell the end of child care from the faces they're familiar with.
Updated: 9:33 PM At Monday night's board meeting, legal papers were presented to the school district contesting the outcome of Proposition Two. Ezora Jackson filed a claim that illegal votes and human error led to the proposal's defeat.
Updated: 9:10 PM Texas A&M University Food Services Executive Director Ronald Beard is no longer employed at the university. An internal audit showed mismanagement and a lack of inventory control within the department.
Updated: 10:20 AM Discovery's astronauts began their first full day of work in space Wednesday with a carefully orchestrated inspection of the shuttle's wings and nose to detect any damage that may have occurred during liftoff.
Updated: 5:32 PM Annette Stephanie addressed Bryan's city council on behalf of her 85 year old mother, who could have been fined up to $2,000 for not mowing her lawn. The letter from the city says she was violating a city code.
Updated: 7:37 PM Negotiations between College Station and Tom Brymer are not over.
Brymer's attorney Wayne Rife was expected to file lawsuits against the city and council members Nancy Berry, Chris Scotti, Ron Gay and John Happ on Tuesday but that's been postponed.
Updated: 7:38 PM Discovery and seven astronauts blasted off Tuesday on America's first manned space shot since the 2003 Columbia disaster, ending a painful, 2 1/2-year shutdown devoted to making the shuttle less risky and more safety-conscious.
Updated: 10:27 AM The city of College Station and four of its council members may be defendants in a law suit by Tuesday afternoon.
The council did not reach a settlement for fired city manager Tom Brymer, and unless one is reached by Brymer's deadline, the dispute will be settled in court.