Posted: 03/26/2006 - Everybody is talking about Dan Brown's novel the Da Vinci Code. And most religious experts aren't singing it's praises. One religious scholar made a trip to the Brazos Valley today to speak about his issues with the novel.
Posted: 03/26/2006 - Thousands of Texas A&M Students gave back to the local community Saturday for the annual Big Event. The project is the largest one-day student service project in the nation.
Posted: 03/25/2006 - Authorities believe the fire that destroyed a chemistry lab at Caldwell High School Friday night was suspicious. School officials tell News 3 they are fairly certain how the fire started, but are not 100 percent sure and won't speculate.
Posted: 03/25/2006 - It was politics all around at the Brazos Center as Democrats and Republicans held their local conventions Saturday. Hundreds of delegates from both parties from precinct caucuses in Brazos County attended the convention.
Posted: 03/25/2006 - The American Business Woman's Association held their Annual Spring Symposium in College Station today. Amy Henry, who is most notably known as the "last woman standing" in the reality show the Apprentice, was the keynote speaker.
Posted: 03/25/2006 - It's spring cleaning time for the Dixie Chicken and Chicken Oil Company. Owners of the historic Brazos Valley restaurants auctioned off old memorabilia that's been in storage for more than a decade.
Posted: 03/24/2006 - An investigation is underway after a fire broke out at Caldwell High Friday night. Around 7:30pm, spectators at a nearby high school baseball game noticed thick smoke pouring out of the school's roof.
Updated: 03/24/2006 - With only a few amendments regarding existing buildings, the College Station City Council has passed the Unified Development Ordinance for the Northgate area. Now you can expect some changes for the future of Northgate.
Posted: 03/24/2006 - Gas prices in Texas are rising faster and higher right now than they were just a year ago.
Posted: 03/24/2006 - In the midst of a school finance crisis in Texas, Governor Rick Perry told an education summit that the state's record on reforming education is the best in the country.
Posted: 03/24/2006 - Officials are citing a couple of reasons why Hurricane Katrina evacuee children now living in Texas scored so much lower on statewide testing than Texas children.
Posted: 03/24/2006 - A Brazos County grand jury has indicted a Bryan man believed to be involved in a Halloween shooting.
Posted: 03/24/2006 - Joseph Jenkins of College Station is awaiting his sentencing after he was found guilty of breaking into an apartment and shooting a man several times.
Updated: 10/28/2006 - Texas A&M's Board of Regents is back to work, and the big topic of discussion is tuition. A pair of prominent schools in the system made their proposals on raises Thursday, but also showed frustration with the current trend.
Posted: 03/23/2006 - A skunk found in College Station has tested positive for rabies. The animal was found in the 3800 block of Westfield Drive, in south College Station on Friday.
Posted: 03/23/2006 - DPS is still investigating an accident on Highway 6 that killed 2 drivers and closed part of the highway for more than 8 hours.
Posted: 03/23/2006 - The United States Postal Service is trying to get more efficient. They're currently conducting a study in the Bryan area to re-examine its processing and distribution network. But their aim at efficiency could mean delays for you.
Posted: 03/23/2006 - Exxon Mobil is requesting a temporary halt in production at a Venezuelan oil field.
Posted: 03/23/2006 - Handrails that are used for anchoring spacewalkers at the space station are being tested to ensure safety for future spacewalkers. US spacewalks are on hold until the issue is resolved.
Updated: 03/23/2006 - A coaltion of civil rights groups is calling for education improvement to take priority over lower taxes in Texas.
Updated: 03/23/2006 - Texas A&M students will have an opportunity to voice their opinions on a proposed tuition hike for next fall at a public hearing set for 10:00am Thursday.
Posted: 03/22/2006 - A College Station pet store owner feels vindicated after a judge's decision to return his animals. 23 year old Justin Sitz, owner of The Puppy Store in Post Oak Mall had all of his animals seized Saturday. But Wednesday a judge ruled that nearly all be returned.