Updated: 01/28/2006 - Wet roads may to be to blame for a fatal accident Saturday morning in Leon County. The Department of Public Safety says Thurman Max Haston of Leona was eastbound on F.M. 977 when he lost control of his pickup truck and hit a tree.
Updated: 01/28/2006 - It's normal for families to head to the mall on the weekends, but there was a different reason Saturday. Children and their families headed to Post Oak Mall for Kids Fair 2006.
Updated: 01/28/2006 - It was a little taste of Motown right here at home tonight...all to benefit M-S-C Opas. The OPAS guild's annual gala was held Saturday night at the Hilton-College Station.
Updated: 01/29/2006 - The man responsible for three deaths on Highway 21 in November of 2004 was sentenced Friday morning. Oscar Rodriguez pled guilty to three counts of intoxication manslaughter, and was sentenced to 30 years in prison. A victim's family spoke out about their tragedy.
Updated: 01/27/2006 - Robertson County has had its fair share of election controversy in recent years. With the March primaries just around the corner, federal and county authorities want to make certain that trend doesn't continue. That's why the two have joined forces to ensure that all future Robertson County elections are beyond reproach.
Updated: 01/26/2006 - The 5th annual Reunion and Appreciation Banquet for the African American National Heritage Society was held Thursday night.
Updated: 10/28/2006 - With 51 agenda items on its plate, the Texas A&M System Board of Regents is in for a big two days, and much of the discussion that starts Thursday will center on new athletic department projects.
Updated: 01/25/2006 - The BlackBerry is a staple to many employees who spend time out of the office. You can use it as a phone, organizer, and keep up with your e-mail. But there may soon be a ban on BlackBerrys because of a battle over the patent.
Updated: 01/24/2006 - A Brazos county man was arrested Tuesday for allegedly stealing thousands of dollars from the city of Bryan.
Updated: 01/24/2006 - What started off as a class project for a couple of Aggies has turned into a cutting-edge safety tool for communities across the nation. It's a computer tracking system for sex offenders. And the two behind it are now in high demand at home and abroad.
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