Updated: 08/04/2007 - Famed jazz musician Miles Davis is a favorite of Cadet Emmanual Guillory's. And like Davis, he loves to play the trumpet. You won't often find Guillory tooting his own horn about his accomplishments, but he certainly has a lot to be proud of.
Posted: 02/14/2006 - A longtime Texas A&M ag professor and Nobel peace prize winner has been honored by the president. President Bush awarded the National Medal of Science to Norman Borlaug.
Posted: 02/14/2006 - Doctors in Corpus Christi say the man accidentally shot by Vice President Dick Cheney over the weekend has had a "minor heart attack." That's after some of the birdshot moved into his heart tissue.
Posted: 02/14/2006 - Saddam Hussein will get a break from appearing in court. The judge has ordered the proceedings to resume in a couple of weeks.
Updated: 02/14/2006 - A delegation of Latin American diplomats plan to lobby Washington regarding a plan to tighten immigration restrictions, including building a fence along the Texas / Mexico border.
Posted: 02/14/2006 - Animal Rights groups want the slaughter of horses for meat to end. They plan to file suit today in this effort.
Posted: 02/14/2006 - Authorities in Montgomery County continue to investigate a weekend shooting.
Posted: 02/14/2006 - A large device will be making its way through Brazos County today on its way to Houston. The oversized load could cause traffic delays this morning.
Posted: 02/13/2006 - 2818 and Luther isn't one of the busiest intersections in College Station, but it is arguably one of the most dangerous. The city council voted to make changes to the intersection to make it safer, but those changes could be creating a new problem.
Updated: 02/14/2006 - The Bryan City Council is in for a big meeting Tuesday night. The agenda includes more discussions and a possible decision regarding the Bryan Municipal Golf Course and Traditions golf course. Also on the agenda, a discussion over the employment status of City Manager Mary Kaye Moore. News Three sat down with Moore on Monday to find out what she expects from Tuesday's meeting and what may be in store for her future.
Posted: 02/13/2006 - The Big Apple is experiencing a big chill following a heavy winter storm. Travel in and around the area is limited.
Posted: 02/13/2006 - Officials in San Antonio say the low enrollment numbers in parochial schools are forcing some to close their doors.
Updated: 02/13/2006 - Enron trial jurors in Houston have another day of hearing testimony ahead of them as they continue to consider the fates of Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling.
Updated: 02/13/2006 - Saddam Hussein returns to court, but not without incident.
Posted: 02/13/2006 - If you know dedicated community volunteers who you would like to see recognized for their efforts, today is the last day to turn in your nomination for a Jefferson Award.
Posted: 02/12/2006 - Candidates for local judicial and congressional offices sounded off on the issues Sunday. The League of Women Voters and community radio station KEOS sponsored a forum before the upcoming March primary.
Posted: 02/12/2006 - CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas (AP) - The owner of the big Texas ranch where Dick Cheney was hunting quail this weekend describes the vice president as "a very safe sportsman."
Posted: 02/11/2006 - DALLAS (AP) - Dallas school board trustee Joe May, who gained attention last week for proposing that the district explore hiring illegal immigrants to address a growing shortage of bilingual teachers, has died. He was 61.
Posted: 02/11/2006 - PHILLIPSBURG, Ohio (AP) - Officials in western Ohio say a woman and her three children were found shot to death in their home on Saturday.