Posted: 03/28/2006 - The murder trial of the College Station woman accused of fatally stabbing her boyfriend last year, started Tuesday. Patience Cooks says she's not guilty. Through opening arguments, the state and the defense painted two different pictures of Cooks.
Posted: 03/28/2006 - It's back to school for Caldwell High School Students. Wednesday morning, the school will re-open. Students have been out since Friday's fire. The Superintendent says classes will be moved from the damaged area, and clean-up will continue after school, at night, and on the weekends. Police still think the fire was set on purpose, the arson investigation continues.
Posted: 03/28/2006 - College Station Police are looking for a man caught in the act of using bad checks at Wal-Mart back in February.
Posted: 03/28/2006 - Garbage collectors in Amarillo made a gruesome discovery when they found a human head in their truck.
Updated: 03/28/2006 - An early morning accident had part of Highway 6 shut down near Harvey Road, but the bypass is now back open to traffic.
Posted: 03/28/2006 - There are some major immigration proposals in Congress right now. The Associated Press has compiled highlights of a few.
Posted: 03/28/2006 - Bryan's Direct Deployment Team had a busy weekend, netting 12 arrests for more than 20 different charges.
Updated: 03/28/2006 - A shakeup at the White House this morning has Chief of Staff Andy Card resigning and being replaced by budget director Josh Bolten.
Posted: 03/28/2006 - A major traffic accident on Highway 6 Tuesday morning has northbound traffic shut down for several hours.
Posted: 03/27/2006 - Bats are not uncommon visitors in these parts this time of year. But where they're visiting right now is rare. St. Joseph Regional Health Center is working to remove the mammals from their facilities, but they say their patients aren't at risk.
Updated: 10/28/2006 - A member of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets is free on bond Tuesday after being arrested on child pornography charges. Corey Armstrong, 21, was indicted on 17 counts of child pornography.
Posted: 03/27/2006 - His ministry is known throughout the world, and now Evangelist Billy Graham will receive the 2006 George Bush Award for Excellence in Public Service.
Posted: 03/27/2006 - It's been only two months since Brazos County Commissioners switched animal control from the Brazos Animal Shelter to local law enforcement. And in that time, confusion and complaints have mounted.
Posted: 03/27/2006 - A top FEMA official says he's in for 'the long haul' in the Gulf Coast. All in advance of this year's hurricane season.
Posted: 03/27/2006 - A federal judge will hold a hearing on the legality of the upcoming New Orleans election, in light of so many displaced residents.
Posted: 03/27/2006 - Officials in Washington are focusing time this week on the issue of illegal aliens in the US.
Posted: 03/27/2006 - A high-tech cigarette case is taking aim at helping smokers kick the habit.
Posted: 03/27/2006 - Geneticists are working on a way to produce healthier bacon through genetic engineering and cloning.
Posted: 03/27/2006 - Texas' senators are pushing for reopening beef imports to Japan.
Posted: 03/26/2006 - Caldwell ISD has cancelled high school classes Monday due to damage from a fire at the school on Friday. The decision was made in a Caldwell school trustee meeting Sunday afternoon.
Posted: 03/26/2006 - One Brazos Valley town is seeking to confront the issue of underage drinking. Somerville in Burleson County is one of hundreds of communities across the country holding an underage drinking prevention town hall meeting.