Updated: 4:50 PM 2.5 million dollars in improvements to Bryan's Muncipal Golf Course needed only a stamp of approval from the city's Business Council. But, Monday night the business council took no action. Now, the plans are back in the hands of the city council.
Updated: 10:17 PM The tables were turned Tuesday night as residents got to grill the cops. It was a town hall meeting hosted by the College Station police department, and no question or comment was off limits.
Updated: 9:10 PM College life means living on your own in one of two places, on campus or off campus. On campus residents enjoy a close proximity to classes and few of the parking problems. Off campus students usually get nicer accommodations and more privacy. But students at Sam Houston State can now have the best of both worlds.
Updated: 5:33 PM Session is over for the Texas Legislature, but the new laws it passed begin this week. As of September 1, 700 new laws go into effect covering everything from teacher retirement to online solicitation of a minor.
Updated: 1:26 PM Along the Texas border, many Gulf Coast residents are seeking shelter, escaping from Hurricane Katrina. Some of those residents are making their temporary home here in the Brazos Valley.
Updated: 7:38 AM The constant rise of gas prices is causing wallets everywhere to ache.
But for pizza delivery drivers, the high price of gas is not only affecting their wallet, it is also affecting their job.
Updated: 10:41 PM Monstrous Hurricane Katrina barreled toward the Big Easy on Sunday with 165-mph wind and a threat of a 28-foot storm surge, forcing a mandatory evacuation, a last-ditch Superdome shelter and prayers for those left to face the doomsday scenario this below-sea-level city has long dreaded.
Updated: 7:42 AM A serious accident last month, left a Normangee man severely injured. Alan Andrus pulls double duty as an assistant high school principal and basketball coach. Saturday, community members came together for a different kind of pep rally to show their support.
Updated: 12:30 PM Low-lying Louisiana parishes called for evacuations Saturday and lines formed at gas stations in New Orleans as Hurricane Katrina appeared to be taking aim at the region while gathering strength over the warm water of the Gulf of Mexico.
Updated: 11:43 PM A new state law meant to give parents the right to spank their kids has some school districts confused about their rights. Some school officials say the wording of the law makes it seem that corporal punishment is no longer allowed in schools.
Updated: 11:18 PM Governor Rick Perry has hand picked a task force to help lay out guidelines for his classroom spending plan. Perry's order calls for districts to spend 65 percent of its money on instruction. But some district leaders say those numbers don't add up.