Updated: 7:59 PM There have been plenty of school bond elections in the Brazos Valley over the last few months. Last week voters turned down Hearne ISD's proposed bond, but they passed Franklin's. Now Calvert's school district is giving it a try to improve the state of its schools.
Updated: 8:28 PM Jurors deliberating in the James David White capital murder trial are torn and the case may be moving toward a mistrial.
The jury will begin a third day of deliberation Wednesday morning but the defense is calling for a mistrial if the jurors can not reach a verdict soon.
Updated: 10:43 AM The $25 million bond will be used to upgrade current facilities at Franklin ISD and build a new high school. A community advisory committee, that includes several teachers, was formed to address the needs of each campus.
Updated: 8:05 PM Jurors will begin their second day of deliberations to reach a verdict in the James David White capital murder case.
The Walker County jury deliberated for six hours Monday but decided to call it a night and reconvene Tuesday morning.
Updated: 11:52 AM A published report says dietary supplements containing ingredients forbidden to NCAA athletes were purchased by athletic departments at Texas A&M University and the University of Texas.
Updated: 12:09 PM This Election Saturday helped decide the direction on many key issues across the Brazos Valley. But much like previous years, there was one noticeable thing at the polls -- a lack of voters.
Updated: 11:45 AM Pat Shields did not get a majority of the votes, but 47 percent was enough to put the political newcomer on the Bryan School Board. David Stasny will return to his seat in Bryan, while incumbent Steve Aldrich will be back to work in College Station.
Updated: 9:34 AM In two much-less controversial races, Jason Bienski and Mark Conlee will serve together on the Bryan City Council. Conlee retained his seat, while Bienski won his way on the council by a sizeable margin.
Updated: 1:30 PM In the most closely-watched race in the Brazos Valley, College Station businessman Ron Gay unseated Place 3 incumbent Robert Wareing. Allegations of sign tampering have surfaced against Wareing and a prominent member of the community.
Updated: 5:45 PM Investigators still don't know how the infant died that was found in a dumpster near a Sam Houston University dorm.
Preliminary autopsy results have not revealed any clues about the infants time of death.
Updated: 10:08 AM The polls will open in cities across the Brazos Valley at 7 AM Saturday. This election season has been filled with hotly-contested races, ones that will surely translate into close results when the votes are tallied.