Updated: 03/11/2013 - One man is behind bars in Montgomery County, accused of shooting a fellow party-goer after an argument.
Updated: 11/28/2006 - Since 1995 children have been required to get one vaccination for chicken pox. Most kids receive the vaccine when they're between 12 and 18 months.
Posted: 11/28/2006 - If you are a marathon runner and look to Houston or Austin for races, look no further. The first ever Armadillo Dash was announced Tuesday at Boston's Pizza in College Station.
Posted: 11/28/2006 - For many people buying a new home is a dream come true. But for some residents of Hunter's Creek subdivision that dream has turned into a huge headache.
Posted: 11/28/2006 - Women usually carry most of the responsibility for preventing an unwanted pregnancy, but scientists at Kings College in London are trying to make birth control more equal. If it works, the birth control would not hinder sexual satisfaction. It could be taken two hours before intercourse and it would wear off in 24 hours.
Posted: 11/28/2006 - A 13 year old Washington County boy has pleaded true to several counts of aggravated sexual assault and indecency with a child. The boy was charged in September with six counts each, after allegations surfaced that he sexually assaulted young children between the ages of 5 and 9 at a Chappell Hill mobile home park.
Posted: 11/28/2006 - The Texas Ethics Commission has ruled state officials don't have to report the value of monetary gifts they receive from political donors. Texas law requires officials to file personal financial disclosure statements, including a description of gifts they get in excess of 250 dollars.
Posted: 11/28/2006 - For the fourth time in a month, San Antonio police have discovered a body inside the cab of an 18-wheeler parked at a truck stop. Police say the deaths have not been linked.
Updated: 11/28/2006 - Texas lawmakers will consider getting rid of the TAKS test for some school grade levels when the Legislature convenes in January. State Senator Florence Shapiro of Plano is the Senate education chair. She says she believes the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills "has worn out its welcome," especially for high school and middle school grades.
Posted: 11/27/2006 - Help is on the way for residents of a new Brazos County subdivision whose neighborhood roads are going to pot...holes. Brazos County Commissioners agreed Monday to offer a road improvement deal to residents of Hunters Creek located on Elmo Weedon Road.
Updated: 11/28/2006 - Traffic was slowed for several hours on Highway 290 in Washington County Monday morning after an 18-wheeler crashed into a support beam of an overpass. According to the Department of Public Safety, a passenger car cut off the semi at the SH 36 exit around 9 a.m.
Posted: 11/27/2006 - 'Fess up -- have you ever called in sick when you're feeling fine? If so, you're in good company. A new survey by CareerBuilder-dot-com finds nearly one-third of us have done just that in the last year.
Posted: 11/27/2006 - Two ten-year-old quarter horses used as ceremonial mounts in the Army's First Cavalry Division at Fort Hood are now looking for good homes. They are heading into retirement.
Posted: 11/27/2006 - The state's first convicted murderer to be tried under an obscure law designed to identify dangerous sexual predators will face strict treatment guidelines after his release from prison next year. Wesley Wayne Miller is nearing the end of a 25-year prison sentence. The 44-year-old was convicted for the 1982 murder of 18-year-old Retha Stratton. She was stabbed 38 times after refusing his sexual advances.