Updated: 10/24/2006 - Ghost and goblins aren't the only things parents need to watch out for on Halloween night. With about 190 registered sex offenders in the Brazos County, parents should know exactly where predators' are living to avoid leading their children to the wrong front door
Posted: 10/24/2006 - Some A&M Basketball players took their game off the court and into the classroom. The Texas A&M Men's Basketball Team visited Forest Ridge Elementary to present Slam Dunk, Drugs are Junk. It's all part of Red Ribbon Week, a week dedicated to promote a healthy and drug-free lifestyle.
Updated: 10/25/2006 - College Station Police and Brazos County Crime Stoppers are looking for a man they believe attacked a woman with a hammer. A warrant has been issued for 22-year-old LaBrandon Jarrell Searcy. He is described as a black male, 5'9" and 190 lbs. He has a tattoo of "Dino" on his right arm and a dollar sign on his left arm.
Updated: 10/28/2006 - Texas A&M has teamed up with two companies to help heal soldiers wounded in war. Through research funded by DermaPlus Incorporated and MatrixDesign Incorporated, Texas A&M will help further develop the proven abilities of a human protein to help regenerate tissue and accelerate wound healing.
Updated: 10/28/2006 - Students dropped off their "Dirty Laundry" at the Zone Plaza on Texas A&M University. It was all apart of Cotton Incorporated's Dirty Laundry tour, a national Katrina relief program.
Updated: 10/24/2006 - The Brazos County Clerk's office has reported what they call a high total for the first day of early voting. 638 people turned out Monday to vote in the 2006 general election. The county clerk's office did not have a record of how many people voted per day in the last gubernatorial election in 2002, but did say in total 18,000 people voted early.
Updated: 10/23/2006 - Texas Task Force 1 was demobilized from East Texas by local officials and the State Operations Center on Monday. The team had been assisting local officials with damage assessments from the recent heavy rainfall caused by flooding along the Neches River. This weekend, they saved 12 people from the rising floodwaters.
Posted: 10/22/2006 - More Bryan neighborhoods are saying "no thanks" to multiple roommates. When city council meets Tuesday, seven more neighborhoods will have their rezoning requests heard for the first time. And another three will have their requests finalized.
Updated: 10/23/2006 - Early voting for the 2006 election will begin Monday, October 23 and run through Friday, November 3. In Bryan you can vote early at the Brazos County Courthouse, Arena Hall, and Galilee Baptist Church. In College Station, early voting will take place at the Lincoln Center and at the MSC on the Texas A&M University campus.
Updated: 10/23/2006 - For 70 years Sam Houston University students have gathered around the campus's historic duck pond. Whether it was for romance or breakup, since the 1930's the pond has seen it all and now it's getting a clean-up. Saturday students teamed up with the Sam Houston Memorial Museum to clean the pond of pollution and maybe uncover treasures of the past.
Posted: 10/22/2006 - On Monday, October 23 the Texas Department of Transportation's contractor will begin work on several shoulder widening projects in Brazos County. The construction will be on FM 2776, from FM 974 to Dilly Shaw Road and on FM 974, from FM 2776 to Mancuso Road.
Posted: 10/21/2006 - The second annual Fall Fest wrapped up Saturday. The grounds of the Children's Museum of the Brazos Valley served as the site for the event.
Updated: 10/24/2006 - Texas Task Force 1 is headed to Southeast Texas because of heavy rainfall. The College Station-based Urban Search and Rescue Team deployed two water strike teams to the Beaumont area late Friday.
Updated: 10/22/2006 - Saying he just wanted to go back to jail, that's exactly where a homeless man is after stealing a live lobster from a local restaurant. College Station Police say Christopher Wolff stole a three-pound lobster from Red Lobster and then walked out of the restaurant.
Updated: 10/21/2006 - An argument over a cell phone ended Saturday morning with a man stabbed and a woman in jail, charged with the attack. College Station Police say Shunda Lanette Boutte pulled a knife and stabbed the man in the arm.
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