Updated: 09/05/2006 - A fight at a Burleson County rodeo has left a teenager in serious condition. According to Burleson County Sheriff's officials, the incident happened late Saturday night on F.M. 60 near Park Road 4 in Lyons. Sheriff Dale Stroud said the fight broke out between two groups outside the rodeo, allegedly over a set of spurs.
Updated: 09/04/2006 - The Labor Day Weekend means an extra day off for some people, including most employees of Bryan and College Station. In Bryan, all city offices and the library are closed for the day. Garbage collection will operate on its normal schedule.
Posted: 09/03/2006 - A grass fire off near the Navasota River kept firefighters busy Saturday night. Few details are known about the fire, which was on private property near Clear Lake Road in east Brazos County.
Posted: 09/02/2006 - The local connections to Tropical Storm Ernesto are on their way home. Texas Task Force 1 has been demobilized by FEMA after their week-long deployment.
Posted: 09/02/2006 - A motorcycle accident in Bryan sent the bike rider to an area hospital. The accident happened Saturday evening on White Tail Lane near Carrabba Road, Highway 21 and Highway 6.
Posted: 09/02/2006 - High school football season has officially kicked off, but those Friday night games sometimes mean Saturday morning doctor visits. As a result, the College Station Medical Center will now offer special Saturday hours from 8-10am to treat the injured athletes.
Posted: 09/02/2006 - Montgomery County authorities searching for illegal drugs belonging to a 22-year-old found more than they bargained for.
Updated: 09/05/2006 - Three men are on the loose after robbing a home with an automatic weapon. College Station Police responded to Trace Meadow Road near the Navarro and Wellborn Road intersection just after 10pm Saturday.
Posted: 09/01/2006 - As the 5th anniversary of the September 11th attacks draw near, Americans will be faced with memories of a tragedy that forever changed the nation. However, two local survivors of the attack are turning their memories of the event into something positive, which could help save lives in the future.
Posted: 09/01/2006 - When Aggie Astronaut Michael Fossum rocketed into space on July 4th, he took the Aggie spirit with him. "Once we got into orbit, then the Aggies started to unleash," said Fossum.
Posted: 09/01/2006 - “The Texas A&M University System has been selected by Governor Perry to spearhead an important, statewide bioenergy effort,” said John D. White, chairman of The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents.
Posted: 09/01/2006 - FBI evidence used to convict Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols goes on display today at the Oklahoma City bombing memorial. The display includes everything from fingerprint and tire-tread evidence, to mangled pieces of the truck used in the explosion, and the Glock handgun taken from McVeigh when he was arrested 90 miles from the bombing site.
Posted: 09/01/2006 - A coalition of Texas cities has formed to monitor the permitting process for 17 new coal-fired plants proposed for the state. The coalition of 17 cities is being led by Dallas Mayor Laura Miller and Houston Mayor Bill White. A legal team of attorneys from Austin, Houston and other cities will be working on the group's behalf.
Posted: 09/01/2006 - NASA has awarded Lockheed Martin a multibillion-dollar contract to build a manned lunar spaceship. The project would bring around 12-hundred of its 23-hundred new jobs to the Johnson Space Center in Houston.
Posted: 09/01/2006 - Officials say new rules for minors getting abortions require written parental consent forms that must also be notarized. The Texas Medical Board developed the new rules to implement a consent law passed last year by the state Legislature. The law requires the written consent of a parent for an unmarried girl under 18 getting an abortion.
Posted: 09/01/2006 - Hearings on the College Station tax rate for the upcoming year had to be put on hold. The first of two was originally scheduled for Thursday, but the proper announcements of the public hearing failed to run in local publications.