Updated: 06/30/2006 - A Montgomery woman is behind bars after leading police on a pursuit. Thirty-year-old Rhonda Chavez was arrested and charged with evading arrest, driving while intoxicated, and drug possession.
Updated: 06/30/2006 - There are new faces at the local Salvation Army. Captain John Branscum started on the job Friday, and he's no stranger to Central Texas.
Updated: 06/30/2006 - You've seen small, decorative trains around town, and now there's a chance to own one. The trains are part of the "Locomotives on Parade" exhibit at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum at Texas A&M.
Updated: 06/30/2006 - The cause of death has been determined for the Harmony man killed during a police shootout. The preliminary autopsy report, released today, shows Thomas Strong died from multiple gun shot wounds.
Posted: 06/30/2006 - The library director at San Antonio's University of the Incarnate Word has canceled the library's subscription to The New York Times. In an e-mail to his library staff, he wrote that neither average citizens nor enemy terrorists needed to know about the classified program in a time of war.
Posted: 06/30/2006 - The Bush administration hasn't been able to muster even half of the 25-hundred National Guardsmen it planned to have on the Mexican border by tomorrow. President Bush's plan called for all 50 states to send troops. But only ten states have signed commitments.
Posted: 06/30/2006 - Defense testimony continues today in the Texas retrial of Andrea Yates, who drowned her five children in a bathtub. She has pleaded innocent by reason of insanity and faces life in prison if convicted.
Posted: 06/30/2006 - Both sides in Texas' redistricting fight have got two weeks to suggest how to redraw a congressional district whose borders were struck down by the US Supreme Court. A federal judge says proposed changes are due July 14th, and oral arguments before a judicial panel will be held August third.
Posted: 06/30/2006 - Authorities say a Central Texas woman was recuperating at a Temple hospital after she reported being run off a rural road, kidnapped and then raped and beaten by her abductors. Authorities say she had walked and crawled a half-mile to find help after her abductors left her for dead Wednesday morning along a highway in Limestone County.
Posted: 06/29/2006 - Many of Bryan's neighborhood associations got a chance to discuss the city's neighborhood preservation ordinance. Councilman Mike Southerland hosted the meeting Thursday.
Posted: 06/29/2006 - A convicted felon remains in jail once again on $5,000 bond, this time for firing shots in College Station. Vincent Turner was arrested Wednesday morning after police say he was firing rounds into the air near George Fitch Park.
Posted: 06/29/2006 - Hurricane season is here and local disaster relief volunteers are already preparing for a busy year. Several volunteers and officials received training Thursday night at the Red Cross in Bryan.
Updated: 06/30/2006 - The FutureGen Texas team is asking for community support. 12 finalist sites remain in the running to house the near zero emission power facility. Jewett, one of the Texas sites, the other Odessa, remains a top competitor. And to seal the deal, the Future Gen team is making last minute efforts to draw support.
Posted: 06/29/2006 - Another case of West Nile has been found in Bryan. Mosquitoes collected on June 20 in the 2700 block of Maloney Avenue tested positive for the disease.
Posted: 06/29/2006 - Bryan residents will be getting a little bit of Hollywood with their water quality report. Last year's water calendars were such a hit, they're back with a twist.
Posted: 06/29/2006 - A rail yard worker who lost his legs when a train ran over him used a cell phone to report that he was trapped and had been "cut in two." In a tape of the 911 call, Duncan tells the operator that he was run over by a rail car and says he's about to pass out.
Posted: 06/29/2006 - Members of Congress say they have a good chance to end a drilling ban that was enacted a quarter-century ago on most of the country's offshore waters. They hope that states will be enticed by (B) billions of dollars in potential oil and gas royalties into allowing offshore drilling.
Posted: 06/29/2006 - Two 18-year-old Dallas men have been indicted on felony charges over the delivery of marijuana-laced muffins to a high school. At least 18 staffers at Lake Highlands High School got slightly sick or required hospital attention after the May 16th incident.