Posted: 12/26/2006 - Iraq's highest court says Saddam Hussein's death sentence has to be carried out sometime in the next 30 days. Saddam was condemned to death after his first trial for the 1982 killings of nearly 150 people in a Shiite Muslim town.
Updated: 12/24/2006 - A Bryan man has been released on $15,000 bond, after police said he stabbed a man multiple times. Loisie Cooper, Jr. was arrested Friday and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Posted: 12/22/2006 - A Brenham man's penchant for child porn has earned him a four year prison term. Michael Sutherland, 40, was sentenced earlier this week after pleading guilty to four counts of possession of child pornography.
Updated: 12/23/2006 - It is easy to be in a sharing mood during the holidays, but you might want to watch what and where you share. Most people may not realize it but they could be setting themselves to become victims of burglary when they tell someone their holiday plans in the grocery or department store
Posted: 12/22/2006 - Another reward has been offered for information in connection to the torture and abandonment of a 7-month-old pit bull puppy in Burleson County in early December. The Humane Society of the United States has offered $2500 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible.
Updated: 12/23/2006 - A Brazos County employee is out on bond, after being arrested for allegedly hitting her boyfriend with a tire iron. According to the Brazos County Sheriff's office, 24-year-old Kimberly Johnson, a detention officer at the sheriff's office, was arrested early Friday morning for assault.
Updated: 12/23/2006 - It's an all day shopping experience and it's only 15 minutes from Bryan-College Station. It's Martha's Bloomers in Navasota and the small town store has received high accolades. In November it was recognized by Southern Living Magazine as the number five shopping spot out of 50 top shops in the south.
Posted: 12/22/2006 - When it comes to the Christmas season, people cling to the traditional. Christmas cards instead of e-mail, "Merry Christmas" instead of "Happy Holidays," and decorations on public buildings -- all are preferred or OK with Americans, according to an AP-AOL News poll.
Posted: 12/22/2006 - A Public Utility Commission report says the state's effort to open the electricity market to competition isn't working because some power companies are too big. The regulatory commission Thursday released a report on the state of competition in the electricity market. The issue will likely be a major topic of debate in the upcoming legislative session.
Posted: 12/22/2006 - The state Attorney General's Office is investigating complaints that the rights of black voters in Waller County were violated in November. The agency is examining assorted election records. Solicitor General Ted Cruz says in a statement that the Attorney General's Office will prosecute any violations of the election code.