Posted: 05/17/2006 - Local cyclists are remembering fellow riders who have died on the road. A few dozen riders set out on a three mile ride Wednesday evening, which began at the College Station Conference Center.
Updated: 05/17/2006 - A day after being convicted of murder, an unemployed Montgomery man has learned his fate. Brent Noland was sentenced Wednesday to 55 years in prison after the Grimes County jury deliberated much of the afternoon.
Posted: 05/17/2006 - Leon County is preparing to finally move forward on a major renovation project. County commissioners have approved construction on the old courthouse, which officials say will begin in July.
Updated: 05/18/2006 - Allen Academy is adding on. Wednesday, the school broke ground for a new campus. The new facility will consist of four separate wings to serve kindergarten through 12th grade students, a building for science and technology, a preschool building, an expanded fine arts center, and an administrative center.
Updated: 10/28/2006 - More money could be on the way to the Brazos Valley to help fight terrorism. A pair of bills passed by a House Appropriations Committee Wednesday brings around $25 million to Texas A&M.
Updated: 05/18/2006 - There's no better evidence than seeing something with your own eyes. That's why more law enforcement agencies are investing in video recording devices. One of the first types of systems is the dash board camera and it got its start right here in the Brazos Valley.
Posted: 05/17/2006 - He was mostly mute, using bicycle horns and bottles of seltzer to give his answers. The last man to play the silent Clarabell the Clown on "The Howdy Doody Show" has died.
Posted: 05/17/2006 - Japanese and US officials today wrapped up the first day of talks on a survey of the US meatpacking industry. Japan banned the meat in January over mad cow disease worries, and the US officials are in Tokyo hoping to restart talks on lifting the ban.
Posted: 05/17/2006 - Bush administration officials expect National Guard troops to begin deploying in June -- in support of the Border Patrol. But authorities have yet to work out many of the key details of the immigration-related move.
Posted: 05/17/2006 - A 25-year-old Houston man is in Harris County Jail without bail after police say he sexually assaulted at least six women while pretending to be a Hurricane Katrina evacuee. They say Ronald Walker used the tale as a ruse to talk his way into the women's homes.
Posted: 05/17/2006 - McLennan County commissioners have rejected a proposed apology for Waco-area lynchings in the 1800's and early 1900's. The panel rejected a proposed resolution of apology proposed by Waco's Community Race Relations Coalition.
Posted: 05/16/2006 - A $5,000 scholarship is now in the hands of one of America's smartest -- an A&M Consol senior. Jessica Wang received the award from the Siemens Foundation Tuesday evening.
Updated: 08/04/2007 - Blake Pellerin recently spent a month with Team USA Rugby competing in the Under-19 World Championships. As a freshman, he's already making a big impact on the Aggie Rugby program. But the experience of being an A&M cadet has just begun.
Posted: 05/16/2006 - The Brazos County Emergency Operations Center may have a new home during major events. Chuck Frazier, the Emergency Operations Coordinator, said during a Brazos County Commissioners workshop Tuesday morning, an emergency operations committee said they wanted to move operations to College Station when necessary.
Posted: 05/16/2006 - Educators and parents in DeSoto are considering a rule that would prohibit students who fail classes from attending extracurricular activities as spectators. Some supporters of the proposal in DeSoto say the policy would spur students to be more diligent in their studies.
Updated: 05/16/2006 - A state appeals court stay of an execution scheduled for Tuesday night may have put at least a temporary lock on the nation's busiest execution chamber. Lawyers argue that the lethal injection drugs may cause pain to the convicted killer.
Posted: 05/16/2006 - Some migrants say President Bush's decision to put up to six-thousand troops along the US border won't deter them from trying to sneak across the Rio Grande. But, a spokesman for Vicente Fox says the Mexican president respects Bush's plan.