Posted: 08/21/2006 - Analysts say Dell still has the ingredients for success -- but desperately needs some adjustments. It wasn't too long ago when Dell was riding high on the success of its patented direct-sales model to consumers and businesses.
Posted: 08/21/2006 - Wildfires have consumed about 75-hundred acres across Palo Pinto and Stephens counties. Drought-parched grass and wind gusts have kept crews of volunteer firefighters and teams of aerial support working almost round-the-clock in the area, about 85 miles west of Fort Worth.
Posted: 08/21/2006 - Three Texas men facing federal conspiracy and money laundering charges after purchasing dozens of prepaid cell phones could soon be out of jail. The Palestinian-American men were arrested August 11th at a Wal-Mart store in Caro, north of Detroit. They were accused of terrorism related charges but a Tuscola County judge dismissed state terrorism charges against them.
Updated: 08/21/2006 - Fire investigators have not determined what caused a fire Sunday morning that destroyed a Twin City Mission shelter in downtown Bryan. The fire broke out about 7:30 am and although nothing is definite, the Bryan Fire Department believes the fire started on the second floor.
Posted: 08/20/2006 - Pennsylvania-based GMH Communities Trust has acquired 26 acres within walking distance of the SHSU campus. There, they will construct a 23-building student housing community.
Posted: 08/20/2006 - A local musician has returned to the Brazos Valley to release his new CD. Sterling Williams -- also known as Walter Sterling -- attended Kemp High School until 1962.
Posted: 08/20/2006 - The power was out and a fire was on north of Huntsville Saturday afternoon. About 850 Mid South Synergy customers experienced a major power outage after a large tree struck a distribution feeder.
Posted: 08/20/2006 - Despite what the forecasts may have shown you and in defiance of all logic, there was a little bit of snow Saturday in College Station.
Updated: 10/28/2006 - An update to the story of Mark Musumba, the Ugandan native and Texas A&M student who needed the help of the community to get back home to his ill father.
Posted: 08/20/2006 - Local residents tuned up their dove hunting skills in College Station, with an added emphasis on curbing crime. Brazos County Crime Stoppers hosted a Dove Tune-Up fundraiser at Tonakaway Ranch.
Updated: 10/28/2006 - New and returning Aggies are asked to “Catch the Aggie Spirit” during Gig'Em Week, the first week back on campus for many Texas A&M University students before the beginning of the fall semester.
Updated: 10/28/2006 - The Office of Student Activities will introduce incoming freshmen to SHSU and welcome the rest of campus back for the fall semester.
Posted: 08/18/2006 - A College Station road now has a new name thanks to community suggestions from earlier this year. Highway 40 and Greens Prairie East is now William D. Fitch Parkway.
Posted: 08/18/2006 - Choke holds for charity, leg drops for the less fortunate. It wasn't your standard fund-raising event Friday at the Hilton.
Posted: 08/18/2006 - It's been quite a while since drivers have seen gas prices near the $2.30 mark. But West Oaks Baptist Church made that a reality for a few hundred local drivers. And 50 cents off gasoline was enough to drive a lot of residents to their offer.
Posted: 08/18/2006 - It may only be a two week break, but one local soldier is happy to be home even for a short time. Army Sergeant Joseph Alvarado is on leave from his second tour of duty in Iraq.
Posted: 08/18/2006 - College Station has two assistant city manager spots to fill, and now, six candidates to choose from. Friday, the city announced its half-dozen finalists for the positions.
Updated: 08/18/2006 - Bryan's city manager candidates are in town for a set of interviews with councilmembers. They began the Q&As Friday, and will continue them into Saturday.