Posted: 02/16/2006 - Traffic along Finfeather Road north of Carson Street is being diverted today for construction.
Updated: 02/16/2006 - A late night murder in Bryan has police investigating Thursday morning, and traffic is diverted around the Groesbeck Street area.
Updated: 02/15/2006 - Both lanes of Highway 21 were shut down for a couple of hours Wednesday afternoon after a Ford Taurus flipped and caught fire.
Posted: 02/15/2006 - A woman who ate at a fast food restaurant claims she got more than she bargained for, and now Bryan Police are investigating. The woman told police she bought a burrito at the Taco Bell on South Texas Avenue in Bryan Tuesday night, and when she got home and bit into her burrito, she found a medicine pill in it.
Updated: 02/15/2006 - The Bryan city council will meet Saturday morning during a special session to select an interim city manager. This comes after the retirement Tuesday night of Bryan City Manager Mary Kaye Moore. News Three talked with Moore Wednesday about the reasoning behind her retirement.
Posted: 02/15/2006 - Nearly everywhere you look, there's residential construction in Bryan and College Station. A lot of the new construction, especially the apartments and condos, is targeted directly at students at A&M and Blinn. But these days, some parents are looking at other options.
Posted: 02/15/2006 - In honor of Black History Month, News Three is profiling members of our community who are making a difference. We introduce Eugene Smith.
Posted: 02/15/2006 - Navasota now has a new top cop. After a four month search, Shawn Myatt has been hired as the new Police Chief.
Posted: 02/15/2006 - You could own a piece of land at a national forest or state park. The National Forest Service is selling about 300,000 acres of land to raise $800 million to pay for schools and roads in rural counties.
Posted: 02/15/2006 - Congressional Republicans have to run for re-election. Vice President Cheney does not and that's got some lawmakers worried.
Posted: 02/15/2006 - Houston's mayor is crediting a mandatory towing program for the decline in crashes on the city's freeways.
Posted: 02/15/2006 - A boom in the peteroleum engineering industry has created a boom for students looking for jobs.
Updated: 02/15/2006 - According to a real estate expert at Texas A&M, there is a housing boom across the state. And Bryan/College Station is not excluded. Both cities have multiple housing construction projects going on and there could be more on the horizon. But, will the local housing boom lead to a bust?
Posted: 02/15/2006 - Budget cuts in Huntsville may cause some school district administrators to look for new jobs.
Posted: 02/15/2006 - A man suspected of two armed robberies earlier this week is now in police custody.
Posted: 02/14/2006 - Besides the retirement of City Manager Mary Kaye Moore, the Bryan city council addressed a pair of prominent issues Tuesday, but only took action on one of the two.
Updated: 08/04/2007 - Famed jazz musician Miles Davis is a favorite of Cadet Emmanual Guillory's. And like Davis, he loves to play the trumpet. You won't often find Guillory tooting his own horn about his accomplishments, but he certainly has a lot to be proud of.
Posted: 02/14/2006 - A longtime Texas A&M ag professor and Nobel peace prize winner has been honored by the president. President Bush awarded the National Medal of Science to Norman Borlaug.
Posted: 02/14/2006 - Doctors in Corpus Christi say the man accidentally shot by Vice President Dick Cheney over the weekend has had a "minor heart attack." That's after some of the birdshot moved into his heart tissue.
Posted: 02/14/2006 - Saddam Hussein will get a break from appearing in court. The judge has ordered the proceedings to resume in a couple of weeks.
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