Posted: 05/30/2006 - A missing mother of two is being searched for by Bryan police after she left her job and two children. Jennifer Austin, 29, was last seen May 22, and left a note for her parents leaving the children to them and asking that they not look for her.
Posted: 05/30/2006 - A Maryland jury has found John Allen Muhammad guilty of six counts of murder for the October 2002 Washington-area sniper shootings. The announcement Tuesday afternoon followed four weeks of prosecutors, experts and witnesses presenting evidence against Muhammad and Muhammad defending himself with the argument that he had been framed.
Posted: 05/30/2006 - Treasury Secretary John Snow resigned Tuesday and President Bush nominated Goldman Sachs chief executive officer Henry M. Paulson Jr. as his replacement — another chapter in the shake-up to revive Bush's troubled presidency.
Posted: 05/30/2006 - It's not just for i-Pods or a week at the beach. A poll by Junior Achievement finds nearly 36 percent of teens say saving for college is the number-one reason for holding a summer job.
Posted: 05/30/2006 - The state Agriculture Department is launching a campaign to lure more retirees to make Texas their home. The department is taking applications from Texas towns to earn the title of -- quote -- "certified retirement community."
Posted: 05/30/2006 - A CBS spokeswoman says correspondent Kimberly Dozier has undergone two surgeries since being injured in a car bombing yesterday in Iraq. Doctors have removed shrapnel from her head, but they say the most series injuries are to her lower body.
Posted: 05/30/2006 - The motorist accused of striking and killing a Washington County sheriff's deputy last month has been indicted for manslaughter. Authorities say 31-year-old James Yell of Dime Box was driving the Chevy pickup that hit Deputy Donald Wass on Highway 36 north of Bellville.
Posted: 05/29/2006 - A mysterious green car may be to blame for a two vehicle accident that killed two Monday. And the DPS is asking for the public's help in finding the driver of that car.
Updated: 05/30/2006 - If you log onto amazon.com or visit a local bookstore, you'll find a few books about the Enron scandal. Soon, you'll be able to find a children's book about it too and the author is from right here in the Brazos Valley.
Posted: 05/29/2006 - College Station's city council made many headlines in the past year, many times for the wrong reasons. The city's new councilmembers are hoping to change that, though it might be easier said than done.
Updated: 05/29/2006 - Memorial Day started as a time set aside to honor the nation's Civil War dead by decorating their graves. It was first widely observed on May 30, 1868, and in 1971 Congress declared Memorial Day a national holiday to be celebrated the last Monday in May.
Posted: 05/29/2006 - You may want to allow extra time if traveling Highway 6 this week. Starting Tuesday the northbound lanes of the highway between Greens Prairie to Texas World Speedway will have daily lane closures throughout the week.
Updated: 05/29/2006 - The College Station school board is meeting Tuesday in executive session to talk about the performance of superintendent Jimmy Creel and a possible "leave of absence." Notice of the special meeting was posted Friday.
Posted: 05/29/2006 - An era comes to an end Wednesday when longtime "Today" show host Katie Couric bids farewell and heads off to rival CBS to anchor the evening news. Couric says she hasn't really thought about how she'll react.
Posted: 05/29/2006 - A company has donated 65-hundred shoe tags to the Galveston school district in hopes that they will serve as identification in case families are separated by hurricanes. The Galveston Independent School District is distributing the tags to its elementary school students during end-of-the-year awards presentations.
Posted: 05/29/2006 - Two members of a CBS News team, veteran cameraman Paul Douglas, 48, and soundman James Brolan, 42, were killed and correspondent Kimberly Dozier, 39, was seriously injured Monday when the Baghdad military unit in which they were embedded was attacked.
Posted: 05/29/2006 - It's a soggy Memorial Day in parts of Southeast Texas. Up to 12 inches of rain is reported in the rice fields from Houston to Beaumont overnight. That's led to flooded streets and underpasses in the Beaumont area.
Posted: 05/29/2006 - Americans around the country will be attending parades and ceremonies today that will honor the nation's war dead. Yesterday there were ceremonies in advance of the holiday.
Posted: 05/28/2006 - A Brazos County man is recovering from a gunshot wound after leading law enforcement on a high-speed chase, and then pulling a gun on officers. It started about 10:20 p.m, Saturday, in the 2500 block of OSR in Benchley
Posted: 05/28/2006 - Bryan Police are investigating the shooting death of a man over the weekend. Police received a call of shots fired in the 1200 block of West William Joel Bryan Parkway shortly after 2 a.m., Sunday.
Posted: 05/28/2006 - An Iola man is dead after a one-vehicle accident in Grimes County Saturday afternoon. Authorities say Tommy Lawson veered off the side of County Road 103 and hit a tree.
Posted: 05/28/2006 - The city of College Station is asking for your help in finalizing long-range plans for the city. The city is beginning the process of updating its Comprehensive Plan and is seeking six residents, including a student, to serve on an advisory committee. They are also seeking one resident that lives in the county.
Posted: 05/28/2006 - If you notice some strangely-colored water starting Monday, the city of College Station says 'don't panic'. City crews will slowly drain the Greens Prairie water tower Monday night for a routine inspection.
Updated: 05/28/2006 - The Memorial Day holiday means lots of closings around the area. Of course, many businesses, including local banks will be closed in observance of Memorial Day. But don't expect city offices to be open, either.
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