Posted: 02/02/2007 - In news coming out of Friday's Regents meeting, the director of TEEX has been reassigned. Robert "Lanny" Smith will work closely with Chancellor Michael McKinney on a number of projects, though a firm title has not been determined.
Posted: 02/02/2007 - A jury in Fort Worth has ordered life in prison for a man convicted of snatching his ex-girlfriend and using a blowtorch and drain cleaner on her. Forty-four-year-old Robert Drew Stephenson earlier yesterday was found guilty of aggravated kidnapping, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and retaliation.
Posted: 02/02/2007 - The Army unveiled parts of its high-tech Future Combat Systems in an exercise at the Fort Bliss Orogrande test site. Yesterday's mock raid on a fictitious village was the first public glimpse of a series of camera mounted-robots, small unmanned planes and radios that can send text messages.
Posted: 02/02/2007 - A lawmaker has filed legislation that would move Texas primary elections from March to the first Tuesday in February during presidential election years. Backers of the plan say Texas and its 34 electoral votes would give the state a louder voice in nominating the presidential candidates of both parties.
Updated: 02/02/2007 - The search continued in Huntsville Friday for a murder suspect, after the man police thought was responsible surrendered. Jaffrey Kizzee was wanted for the murder of Jason Ross who was fatally shot Thursday night. The suspect cooperated with investigators and Kizzee was not arrested.
Posted: 02/01/2007 - With concerns about traffic in the Rock Prairie area, College Station's Planning and Zoning Commission will hold off on recommending rezoning for 26 acres in that area.
Updated: 02/02/2007 - A Brazos County grand jury handed up indictments to more than 60 people Thursday. Included on that list was a Houston resident accused of driving drunk and killing a woman. Courtney Alexander, 29, was arrested in October after police say she lost control of her car on Highway Six between Highway 40 and Texas World Speedway, causing it to flip.
Posted: 02/01/2007 - Coach Guerrieri, known to many as Coach G typically uses his skills of strategic planning and creativity to score high points on the soccer field. But for the last couple of weeks his focus has gone from the field to a special event.
Posted: 02/01/2007 - A new report outlining the effects and contributing factors to global warming is due out Friday. "We've had a very rapid rise in temperatures the past 30 years," said Dr. Gerald North of the Texas A&M Department of Atmospheric Sciences.
Posted: 02/01/2007 - It's the question that comes up every year, will you watch the Super Bowl for the game or for the commercials? The latter has millions of Americans tuning in just to see what companies will come up with next, and like in other years game watchers are ready for a few good laughs.
Posted: 02/01/2007 - A fight is shaping up at the Texas Capitol over a proposed ban on smoking in all bars, restaurants and work sites across the state. The legislation by Senator Rodney Ellis, a Houston Democrat, pits anti-smoking forces against the tobacco industry and possibly restaurant owners. All are represented by a battalion of lobbyists, some prominent and highly paid.
Posted: 02/01/2007 - A fugitive convicted child molester listed on "America's Most Wanted" and the Oprah Winfrey Show may be living under an alias in Texas. The FBI says David John Sprong Junior recently rented a house in Humble under the name John Ellison. He's believed to have fled after the TV show "America's Most Wanted" featured him on Saturday.
Posted: 02/01/2007 - Best-selling author and columnist Molly Ivins has died after a long battle with breast cancer. She was 62. Ivins made a living poking fun at Texas politicians, whether they were in her home base of Austin or the White House.
Updated: 01/31/2007 - For the 24th year in a row, Aggies will be teaming up to help people in need who live in the Brazos Valley. Plans for this years Big Event are underway and organizers are looking to round up a team of workers.
Updated: 01/31/2007 - Last summer College Station residents gathered in a public meeting to voice their concerns about a proposed development project. Weingarten Realty Investors wanted to build a Wal-Mart Supercenter and other commercial businesses on 50 acres they control off Rock Prairie and Highways 6.
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