Posted: 10/31/2006 - US and Mexican officials say the opening of a new lane at a Laredo border bridge should speed crossings for prescreened travelers. Monday's opening of the lane at the Lincoln-Juarez International Bridge should also help trade relations between Laredo and Nuevo Laredo, Mexico.
Posted: 10/31/2006 - Fourteen bay areas along the Texas coast won't begin oyster harvesting season on time because of toxin-producing red tide and excessive rainfall. Oyster harvesting for the public typically runs November first through April 30th.
Posted: 10/31/2006 - A Dallas County man convicted of rape 25 years ago is expected to be freed from prison today after being exonerated by DNA testing. Fifty-seven-year-old Larry Fuller was sentenced in 1981 to 50 years in prison for aggravated rape. Fuller becomes the 10th Dallas County man in five years to be exonerated by DNA testing.
Posted: 10/31/2006 - Republican Governor Rick Perry continues to lead in campaign fund-raising going toward the November seventh election. Here's a look at how the other candidates are stacking up.
Updated: 10/30/2006 - Three people, including a Baylor University student, were killed in a fiery two-vehicle collision in Central Texas overnight. DPS says the crash happened Sunday night on State Highway 164, just northwest of Buffalo in Freestone County.
Updated: 10/30/2006 - Montgomery County Sheriff's investigators will recommend the owner of a pit bull that killed a man over the weekend face criminal charges. Detective Tommy Overstreet said Monday, he believes the dog's owner, Firas Beseisso, should be held accountable for his dangerous dog.
Posted: 10/30/2006 - In a new reality show, city girls and others will vie for a chance to become a farmer's wife. And Sunday in Lubbock, farmers and ranchers from around Texas came for the first of four open casting calls across the country for "The Farmer Wants a Wife."
Posted: 10/30/2006 - Harris County officials say a 10-year-old boy playing at a construction site was killed when a sand pile collapsed on him. Sheriff's deputies and witnesses said the boy was burrowing into the sand pile Sunday when the accident occurred.
Posted: 10/29/2006 - A man is dead after a fatal pit bull attack Saturday in Montgomery County. It happened in Willis, just off I-45 on FM 1097. Authorities say David McCurry went to a home inquiring about the dog because the owner had it for sale.
Posted: 10/29/2006 - As part of the $17 million dollar widening project on Texas Avenue, work crews will shift east and westbound traffic on Southwest Parkway Monday October 30th for more construction.
Posted: 10/29/2006 - Candidates for seven Brazos County offices faced off in a political forum Sunday night.The offices featured were Brazos County Clerk, County Commissioners for Precincts two and four, Constable for Precinct two, as well as three Justice of the Peace races.
Posted: 10/29/2006 - Patrice Poage possesses a real passion for running. What started off as a way to relieve stress, has turned into a hobby that's taking her all the way to the New York City Marathon.Poage will not be making the journey alone. She will run alongside her husband, Mark.
Posted: 10/28/2006 - As fire crews battle a three-day-old wildfire in Southern California, the mother of one of four firefighters killed in the blaze is urging the person responsible to come forward.
Posted: 10/28/2006 - A Florida sheriff says that a Texas family that had just moved to Florida was killed "for drugs, money or both." Earlier this month, the family of four was gunned down execution-style along a dark and deserted stretch of Florida highway.
Posted: 10/28/2006 - Martellus Bennett rumbled 75 yards on one of his two touchdown catches and Mike Goodson added a game-clinching 64-yard TD run with two-15 left to give Number-22 Texas A&M a 31-21 victory over Baylor.
Updated: 10/28/2006 - The wait is officially over. College Station Fire Station #5 was dedicated Saturday during an opening ceremony. College Station Fire Chief R. B. Alley was all smiles at the dedication.
Posted: 10/28/2006 - There were some tense moments Saturday morning at a College Station store after a man threatened employees' lives. It happened around 3 a.m. at the HEB in the 1900 block of Texas Avenue, just before Holleman Drive.