Posted: 07/29/2006 - A Grimes County girl is safe and back with her family after she was found safe Saturday morning in Madisonville. Four-year-old Mayra Ruiz's scary ordeal ended Saturday morning after being missing since Wednesday.
Posted: 07/29/2006 - It was a close call from some Burleson County homeowners after a grass fire Saturday. The scene was north of Somerville and West of Lyons on Lazy Bar S Road.
Posted: 07/29/2006 - A local car club, "stuffed the cars" in Bryan Saturday. La Compania Car Club collected school supplies and gently used clothes at the Tejas Center.
Posted: 07/29/2006 - Local law enforcement were in Post Oak mall Saturday promoting National Night Out. National Night Out is scheduled for Tuesday, August 1.
Posted: 07/29/2006 - A group of concerned citizens in Robertson County rallied against two of the counties proposed coal plants Saturday in Hearne. More than a dozen citizens and out of town volunteers held what they call a "walk and talk" in the city.
Posted: 07/28/2006 - Mumford Independent School District has seen an increase in transfer students. Superintendent Pete Bienski says just in the last two days 20 transfer students have enrolled. He says he's never seen this many students enroll in such a short period of time.
Updated: 10/28/2006 - With energy costs as high as they've ever been, Texas A&M wants to change that. Friday, the state experiment stations for agriculture and engineering formed a BioEnergy Alliance, all in an effort to cultivate new ways to run America.
Updated: 10/28/2006 - Some high school seniors got an Aggieland jump start to their college education. Friday was the final day of the Aggie Summer Institute Program offered A&M along with Texas Guarantee.
Updated: 10/28/2006 - The Texas A&M System has a big budget to work with for the upcoming fiscal year. Friday morning, the Board of Regents approved a $2.6 billion budget, which shows an 11 percent tuition increase.
Posted: 07/28/2006 - A group of soccer players and their parents yesterday cheered the Beaumont school board's vote to put seat belts in new buses. The board approved buying ten new school buses with seat belts and adding belts to 20 others bought last month.
Posted: 07/28/2006 - Grimes County authorities are looking for a 4 year old girl and the man they believe abducted her. Officials say Mayra Ruiz was staying with her grandmother in Bedias.
Posted: 07/28/2006 - A convicted killer in Colorado is now claiming responsibility for as many as 48 slayings nationwide. He claims seven of those are in Texas.
Posted: 07/28/2006 - A rash of local car burglaries may have been solved after police investigate a suspicious person. They reportedly found property stolen from five separate car thefts.
Posted: 07/28/2006 - Two local residents were arrested when investigators acted on a search warrant. The College Station Special Investigations Unit also seized over $9,000 worth of drugs.
Posted: 07/28/2006 - A couple of Normangee residents are in serious condition after they hit a tractor on FM 1452 near OSR. Carl Caldwell and Eric Gessner were taken to Scott and White in Temple.
Updated: 10/28/2006 - With energy costs soaring, the Texas A&M System is preparing to form an internal alliance to develop new sources of energy.
Posted: 07/27/2006 - Another case of West Nile was found in the Brazos Valley. Mosquitoes collected in the 2700 block of Mirkwood Court in Bryan tested positive for the virus. Residents in the area will be notified by the health department.
Posted: 07/27/2006 - Two Bryan 14-year-olds have admitted to placing homemade bombs in a pair of mailboxes. Their cases have been sent to juvenile authorities for referral.
Updated: 07/28/2006 - The investigation continues into an alleged cattle rustling ring in the Brazos Valley. Terry Meadors and Bryan Renfrow were arrested by Brazos County authorities Wednesday. They are believed to have stolen cows Monday and taken them to the livestock auction in Bryan. But the two may also be behind numerous other cattle thefts in the last few months in Robertson County.
Posted: 07/27/2006 - The Texas Education Agency says there is no longer a need for someone to help monitor how Mumford Independent School District accepts transfer students. Don Robbins, who was assigned monitoring duty in 2002, says the TEA has relieved him of the assignment.
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