Posted: 05/01/2006 - It's case closed with no arrests in the case of two Texas A&M football players who were stabbed in College Station. Linemen Henry Smith and Marques Thornton were attacked outside The Canyon at Post Oak Mall in January.
Updated: 05/01/2006 - The Milam County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of a jail inmate. Sheriff Charlie West says the body of Ricky Dale Shaw, 46, was found Monday in a holding cell around 5:30am.
Updated: 10/28/2006 - Gov. Rick Perry announced the appointment of James Greer of Keller and G. Kemble Bennett of College Station to the Texas Board of Professional Engineers. The board licenses engineers, enforces the Texas Engineering Practice Act and regulates the practice of professional engineering in Texas.
Updated: 05/01/2006 - Jury selection is set to begin Tuesday in the murder trial of a Montgomery man accused of stabbing a Navy serviceman at the Texas Renaissance Festival.
Posted: 05/01/2006 - The American Academy of Pediatrics is encouraging doctors and parents to take a more active role in fighting childhood obesity. The group has released a new policy statement that encourages children's doctors to routinely monitor how active their young patients are, and even their patients' parents.
Posted: 05/01/2006 - A new study suggests babies and young kids get significantly more protection from the spray version of the flu vaccine than from shots. Researchers say they found the spray vaccine was 55-percent more effective in protecting children under the age of five.
Posted: 05/01/2006 - More than 500 people a year are being run over by trains. The industry calls it "trespass fatality"-- people who are on railroad property illegally.
Posted: 05/01/2006 - An evacuee from Hurricane Katrina is facing murder charges in Houston for allegedly shooting a man. The 20-year-old has reportedly admitted to the crime.
Posted: 05/01/2006 - A high school in Odessa is planning to offer a high school course on the Bible. Despite opposition from critics, about 60 students from two high schools have signed up for the course.
Posted: 04/30/2006 - A local Christian singer returned to the Brazos Valley tonight, for a special performance at A&M. But the inspiration behind one of her songs, came from a friend that had a brush with death.
Updated: 05/14/2006 - Both of the Twin Cities saw a sitting council member beaten in Saturday's city elections. College Station's Nancy Berry and Bryan's Russell Bradley were defeated by Dave Ruesink and Mike Southerland, respectively. Southerland scored the widest margin of victory in either of the city council races, defeating Bradley by a 64-36 percent margin for the at-large seat on Bryan's council. Bradley was seeking a second consecutive term, and a fourth overall. Southerland earns a seat on the Bryan council a year after falling short in a race against Mark Conlee.
Posted: 04/30/2006 - A Brazos County man is homeless after what started as a trash burn Sunday ended with his home going up in flames. Authorities say the man's trash fire spread to his mobile home in the 5800 block of Redbud Lane
Posted: 04/30/2006 - Both north and southbound traffic on Texas 6 slowed to a crawl Sunday after a two-vehicle accident near F.M. 2154. State troopers say a the driver of a Pontiac Grand Am pulled onto the highway in front of an oncoming vehicle and was hit broadside.
Updated: 05/01/2006 - A retired Texas A&M professor was killed Friday in a two-vehicle crash in Bastrop County. Department of Public Safety officials say Zoltan Kosztolnyik, 75, was hit when another driver failed to yield the right of way and hit Kosztolnyik's car.
Posted: 04/29/2006 - A Dallas-area woman accused of leaving her newborn baby in a Texas World Speedway restroom trash can remained in Brazos County Jail Saturday, despite having a significantly lower bond. Brazos County District Judge J.D. Langley lowered Susan Chiniewicz's bond from three million dollars to $100,000 dollars Friday.
Posted: 04/29/2006 - Brazos County officials have wrapped up their investigation of a sitting district judge. The county was investigating claims of sexual harassment against Judge J.D. Langley.
Updated: 04/29/2006 - Bryan man faces child pornography charges after a relative found illegal images on his computer. Police say the relative was using Rvey Stringer's computer when they found pictures of children under 18 engaged in explicit conduct.
Updated: 04/29/2006 - Severe weather made for a rude awakening for many Brazos Valley residents Saturday morning. For the most part, areas reporting any damage at all say it was mostly limited to high winds, felled trees, and downed power lines.
Posted: 04/29/2006 - Two A&M students, Amy Ballard and Anne Willis aren't spending their Saturday night at a party or on Northgate. The two have organized an event called Global Nite Commute.
Posted: 04/28/2006 - College Station's City Council has approved a bid to make $3.3 million worth of upgrades to the Carters Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant. However, only $2.6 million was budgeted for it. It's a sign of the times, and the dollar signs may be bigger on your water bill.
Posted: 04/28/2006 - A local fast food restaurant probably won't be cited for a paint spill that forced a creek to be drained. City of Bryan officials said Jack in the Box was quick to respond to Thursday's paint spill in a creek along Texas Avenue.
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