Updated: 04/25/2007 - Several classrooms were damaged at College Station Middle School when part of the roof was blown off and a College Station veterinary clinic was severely damaged.
Posted: 04/25/2007 - Review storm reports and photos submitted, after severe storms produced widespread damage in the Brazos Valley.
Posted: 04/25/2007 - A routine traffic stop late Tuesday night near Griffin Chapel in Milam County led to drug arrests. Officers say the found a large paper sack which contained three gallon sized Zip-Loc bags full of marijuana. Police also say they discovered six golf ball sized bags of crack cocaine.
Updated: 04/25/2007 - Overnight storms have produced widespread wind damage throughout portions of the Brazos Valley, including an unconfirmed tornado in Snook.
Updated: 04/25/2007 - One man was rushed to the hospital following an accident in Robertson County. Officials say Tuesday afternoon, a car was headed toward Hearne when another car ran into it.
Updated: 04/24/2007 - A Federal Court has sided with Texas A&M in a lawsuit over the 1999 Aggie bonfire collapse. In a decision Tuesday, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans upheld a lower court ruling that dismissed the complaints against A&M and several of its top officials.
Updated: 04/24/2007 - After much discussion behind closed doors, at least one decision has been made on the Bryan Business Council.
Updated: 04/24/2007 - At Bryan's city council meeting Tuesday evening, there was overwhelming support for chaging the name of 20th Street to Pruitt Street.
Updated: 04/24/2007 - A stormy situation Wednesday over Texas prompted the activation of Texas Task Force 1. For the second time in a month, the elite emergency response team has gathered in College Station to prepare for deployment into weather-related disaster areas across the state.
Updated: 04/24/2007 - John Zweifel is an artist with a flare of creating great works of art, like the White House, on a miniature scale. Starting this month until January 20, 2008 visitors to the Bush Presidential Library will be able to take an up close and extended tour of the presidential home.
Updated: 04/24/2007 - Early voting for the May 12th elections is just around the corner, but now Brazos County Officials are now reporting thousands of voters names were accidentally dropped from the registration rolls.
Updated: 04/24/2007 - One of the city's major roads will soon be under construction. Beginning Wednesday and continuing through May 11th, TxDot will perform major work on Wellborn Road at the Villa Maria intersection.
Posted: 04/24/2007 - College Station will be hosting its first Crime Victims Conference April 25-26th. The conference titled "Every Victim Every Time" is set to begin Wednesday and continue through Thursday evening.
Posted: 04/24/2007 - It was a celebration of the past, present, and future at a local college prep school. After nine months of design work, Allen Academy unveiled its new logo and advertising campaign.
Updated: 04/24/2007 - A former Bryan Truant officer pleaded guilty Tuesday to indecency with a child. Mark Haynes, 36, was sentenced Tuesday morning in the 272nd district courtroom to five years probation.
Posted: 04/24/2007 - During a May 12 bond election, College Station voters will have the chance to approve $67,420,000 to build two new elementary schools, renovate high school athletic facilities and make other repairs.
Posted: 04/24/2007 - The AT&T Foundation announced a grant Tuesday of $200,000 to the George Bush Presidential Library Foundation at Texas A&M University.
Posted: 04/24/2007 - The Texas Senate has approved a bill that would bar state health officials from following Governor Rick Perry's order requiring schoolgirls to be vaccinated against a cancer-causing sexually transmitted disease. The bill was overwhelmingly approved by the Texas House last month. If the House accepts the changes made by the Senate, the bill could be on the governor's desk later this week.
Posted: 04/24/2007 - From deadly spinach and pet food to tainted peanut butter, incidents of contamination have raised questions not only about the U.S. food supply but the government's efforts to keep it safe. A House Energy and Commerce subcommittee hearing today will focus on the Food and Drug Administration's oversight of what Americans eat.
Updated: 04/23/2007 - "The Crossroads of Texas" will have a new stopping place. The city of Hearne announced Holiday Inn will be locating in the northern portion of the city.
Updated: 04/24/2007 - For his years of service in World War II, his decades of service to his alma mater, and years of leadership in the business world, Leslie L. Appelt will be remembered by many.
Updated: 04/23/2007 - American Eagle will now offer another flight to and from Dallas out of Easterwood Airport.
Updated: 04/23/2007 - Brenham smokers will now have fewer places to light up. The city council voted last week in favor of an ordinance that would prohibit smoking in all public places, including restaurants.
Updated: 04/23/2007 - The Bryan-College Station housing and rental market keeps growing, and now several new facilities are planning to move in.