Updated: 12/16/2005 - The newly-announced hotel-convention center in College Station has leaders dreaming of a new influx of dollars coming our way. They believe spending $25 million will bring that and more to the community.
Updated: 12/16/2005 - The owner of the dogs that mauled a Thorndale woman to death has been ticketed. Jose Hernandez is charged with six counts of failure to vaccinate his dogs, which is a Class C misdemeanor.
Updated: 12/16/2005 - Some local soldiers received a hero's welcome on Friday.
Updated: 12/19/2005 - United States Attorney Chuck Rosenberg announced Friday the unsealing of a 26 count indictment, returned December 14, 2005, charging Lisa Camarillo Smith, 34, of Bryan, Texas, with 12 counts of mail fraud and 14 counts of wire fraud arising from a fraudulent "Genetic Research Program" investment scam.
Updated: 12/16/2005 - 115 women were killed last year because of domestic violence, and it’s during the holidays when the violence increases. One local facility is over capacity because of recent incidents.
Updated: 12/15/2005 - Two of the four juveniles who allegedly robbed Producer's Cooperative in November have been arrested, and one of the other two has been identified.
Updated: 10/28/2006 - What might have been intended as pranks could have serious repercussions. Police are looking for three white males in connection with two separate water balloon attacks Monday night.
Updated: 12/15/2005 - Soldiers from the 36th Infantry Division of the Texas Army National Guard based in Bryan have returned home from Iraq. One soldier returned home to a pleasant surprise.
Updated: 12/14/2005 - Waco police are investigating the mysterious death of a College Station woman. Early Wednesday morning the body of 45-year-old Jackie Berkley was found in a large box outside of an auto parts store in Waco.
Updated: 12/14/2005 - Two armed robberies in the Twin Cities may be connected. Police are investigating a pair of cases where local stores were robbed of money.
Updated: 12/14/2005 - Drinking and Driving always increases during the holiday season. This year, law enforcement officials don't want to fight the problem alone.
Updated: 12/14/2005 - A Willis man is dead after a scuffle with a Montgomery County Sheriff's deputy.
Updated: 12/14/2005 - Constance Harrison, the first person to receive a long distance Louisiana high school diploma, walked across the stage in Bryan.
Posted: 12/14/2005 - KBTX-TV is celebrating the 10th annual Food for Families Food Drive Today, December 14, 2005.
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