Updated: 11/20/2006 - The Federal Courthouse in downtown Waco was quarantined after a suspicious powder was discovered Monday, but authorities say the substance was not a chemical or biological toxin. Two employees and two firefighters exposed to the substance were hospitalized as a precaution.
Updated: 11/20/2006 - A plan in the works by area school districts could bring a new wireless internet service to the area. Bryan, College Station and Hearne ISDs will team up to either rent or sell low powered channels each of the districts own.
Updated: 11/20/2006 - A controversy has been brewing in Navasota. A Residential Treatment Center operated by Gardener's Kids Center may open outside the city. The center is designed for at-risk boys. Most of the boys would have special needs, like behavioral problems and mental disorders.
Posted: 11/20/2006 - A man driving a fuel tanker was killed in a fiery wreck near downtown Dallas when his truck struck a car on the side of the freeway. The accident happened Sunday morning. Thirty-seven-year-old Charles Luckey of Garland died.
Posted: 11/20/2006 - Harris County authorities are looking for a man suspected of fatally shooting an 8-year-old girl and wounding her 10-year-old sister during a confrontation with the girls' father. The man suspected of shooting them, 18-year-old Nashal Leonard, is the boyfriend of the girls' 15-year-old sister.
Posted: 11/20/2006 - President Bush's choice to head the Pentagon goes back up to Capitol Hill today. Robert Gates may not find the going as smooth as he did Friday, when top Senate Democrat Harry Reid was among those endorsing him.
Posted: 11/19/2006 - WASHINGTON (AP) - Congressman Steny Hoyer says he will seek assurances from incoming House Speaker Nancy Pelosi that she won't retaliate against his supporters after he won the chamber's number-two leadership post.
Updated: 11/20/2006 - A Brazos County man is dead after a one-car accident in College Station. It happened about 5:30 p.m., Sunday, on Rock Prairie Road near Bird Pond road. Preliminary evidence indicates that Leroy Rodriguez, 51, lost consciousness due to a possible heart attack, and was pinned in his vehicle following the accident, according to College Station police officials.
Posted: 11/19/2006 - Voices and songs of praise have filled the walls of the First Christian Church of Bryan-College Station for 140 years now. On its anniversary the church celebrated with music, songs of thanksgiving, communion, and prayer.
Updated: 11/19/2006 - The holiday season is in full bloom. Visitors at Ellison's Greenhouses in Brenham were treated to the spectacular sights of poinsettias, that stretched the landscape as far as the eye could see.
Posted: 11/18/2006 - The city of College Station named their best employees at their annual awards banquet. The city took the opportunity to recognize and honor many of their city employees for their service.
Updated: 11/20/2006 - The Brazos County Sheriff's office continues to investigate the shooting death of a miniature horse by an off-duty police officer. Sheriff Chris Kirk said Monday, they will finish presenting details to the District Attorney's office on Tuesday. It will then be up to prosecutors to determine if any charges will be filed.
Posted: 11/18/2006 - The local chapter of the Junior League is celebrating 25 years of serving the Brazos Valley. Saturday night, the Junior League of the Bryan-College Station held its annual fund-raising Charity Ball.
Posted: 11/18/2006 - Members of the Aggieland Rotary Club were busy preparing Thanksgiving meals for families in need. Box after box was filled with all the Thanksgiving Day trimmings like turkeys, broths, and pies.
Updated: 01/12/2007 - A local woman held a Jazzercise celebration to honor more than a physical workout. On Saturday, Kathy Lyles celebrated 25 years of doing Jazzercise.
Posted: 11/18/2006 - Some Brazos Valley residents didn't want to wait for Thursday to give thanks. The Lily of the Valley Church of God in Christ hosted this Pre-Thanksgiving Community Meal.
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