Posted: 05/11/2006 - Like many others across the state, Walker County's jail is overcrowded. The jail staff is constantly shuffling inmates around and officials say they're running out of options.
Posted: 05/11/2006 - A parents’ rights group took to the streets of Huntsville Thursday. People for Equal Parenting marched down 11th Street to draw attention to child custody issues.
Posted: 05/11/2006 - The Leon County drug bust is now a federal case. Priciiano Villanueva remains in a Leon County jail, and is now being held without bond. The drugs he's charged with transporting Tuesday have been taken to a DPS crime lab.
Posted: 05/11/2006 - The University of Texas at Arlington has taken down more than 120 flags representing international students in response to protests over the Socialist Republic of Vietnam flag. The flags represented all international students who have studied in the engineering college.
Updated: 05/11/2006 - With a final photo opportunity and critical meeting with a Texas senator, the Chamber of Commerce’s trip to Washington was over in a flash. In their final hours, local leaders met with Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison on a day when the Senate debated a $70 billion tax cut bill.
Posted: 05/11/2006 - Independent gubernatorial hopeful Carole Keeton Strayhorn's lost her court battle to force the state to speed verification of signatures to get her on the November ballot. Meantime, a state senator wants Strayhorn to investigate a contractor involved with the CHIP program.
Posted: 05/11/2006 - The tornado-tossed area around the tiny North Texas community of Westminster was under a dusk-to-dawn curfew overnight. That's after two -- and possibly three -- tornadoes roared through the area Tuesday night -- killing three people and sending ten more to area hospitals.
Posted: 05/11/2006 - Harris County health officials have confirmed the rabies infection of a Houston-area teenager -- and said he was likely infected by a rabid bat. The Humble High School sophomore is in critical condition at Texas Children's Hospital in Houston after showing symptoms last week.
Posted: 05/11/2006 - Authorities rescued 56 illegal immigrants this week after finding them huddled inside a refrigerated trailer with no way to get out. An Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokeswoman says none of the immigrants were injured and most had been returned to Mexico by last night.
Posted: 05/10/2006 - Navasota ISD's education renovations are on time, but athletics upgrades will have to wait. The school board says they'll wait until after football and basketball seasons in order to complete the new football stadium and gym.
Updated: 05/11/2006 - Another Brazos Valley inmate has died. This time, it may be murder. Walker County authorities are investigating the death of Rocky Trout, 46, who they believe was beaten to death in his county jail cell.
Updated: 05/10/2006 - Country music singer Doug Supernaw will not be singing the jail house blues. Wednesday, a Bryan jury found country music singer Doug Supernaw not guilty of public intoxication.
Updated: 05/10/2006 - Cebridge Communications has completed it's purchase of Cox Communications. The name of the area's new cable provider is known as Suddenlink.
Posted: 05/10/2006 - The state could soon rest its case in the Texas Renaissance Festival murder trial. Brent Noland is accused of fatally stabbing United States Navy serviceman Brandon Smith at the festival in October 2004.
Posted: 05/10/2006 - A state fire marshal is investigating a fire which destroyed one home in rural Walker County. The fire started at a two story home on Walker Loop around 8 a.m. Wednesday morning.
Posted: 05/10/2006 - One week removed from an apartment fire that displaced students, and College Station investigators still have few answers about the cause. Fire officials cannot pinpoint an exact reason for the May 3 event.
Updated: 05/10/2006 - Bryan voters did not turn out early to vote in the city elections despite 16 charter amendments, three council seats and a school board seat to be decided. College Station's totals were much better.
Posted: 05/10/2006 - President Bush is in Orlando, Florida today to again urge senior citizens to sign-up for the the new Medicare prescription drug program. Monday is the deadline to signup without penalty.
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