Updated: 02/02/2006 - Most cars now come equipped with televisions. According to Texas law it's perfectly legal to have them, if they're out of the driver's view. But what about what you watch? The law says that's limited, and this weekend one Bryan driver got a back-row view, she didn't ask for. People in the car ahead of her were watching pornographic material.
Updated: 02/01/2006 - Traffic along I-45 in Madison County is finally moving after being closed for more than 8 hours. An overturned 18 wheeler spilled a load of a dangerous chemical. Not only was the interstate closed in both directions, nearby homes had to be evacuated. It happened just south of Madisonville.
Updated: 01/31/2006 - Family members say Coretta Scott King, the widow of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, has died at the age of 78. She had suffered a stroke and a heart attack last year.
Updated: 01/31/2006 - A sharply divided Senate has confirmed Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court. The conservative judge took only four votes from Democrats in the Senate. Just one Republican voted against him in the 58-to-42 vote.
Updated: 01/31/2006 - Texas has fewer physicians per one hundred thousand than the national average. But Texas A&M's medical school is taking steps they say will help. A&M says more Texas medical students equals more Texas physicians. So the system's board of regents approved a request to more than double medical school class sizes. But that isn't the only change.
Updated: 01/31/2006 - Saving animals one life at a time. That's the motto of True Blue Animal Rescue run by Washington County's DeAeth family. It's this motto and the family's mission to care for abandoned animals that caught the eye of Extreme Makeover Home Edition. The family now has a new house, and most importantly money and supplies to keep their rescue efforts going.
Updated: 01/30/2006 - BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) - The trial of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein has been adjourned until Wednesday at the earliest. Three witnesses testified Sunday after a chaotic beginning that included one defendant being dragged out, the defense team walking out and Saddam being escorted out.
Updated: 01/29/2006 - LONDON (AP) - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is ruling out any American financial aid to a Hamas government in the Palestinian territories. Rice says Washington wants Arab nations and others to cut off money as well.
Updated: 01/28/2006 - Wet roads may to be to blame for a fatal accident Saturday morning in Leon County. The Department of Public Safety says Thurman Max Haston of Leona was eastbound on F.M. 977 when he lost control of his pickup truck and hit a tree.
Updated: 01/28/2006 - It's normal for families to head to the mall on the weekends, but there was a different reason Saturday. Children and their families headed to Post Oak Mall for Kids Fair 2006.
Updated: 01/28/2006 - It was a little taste of Motown right here at home tonight...all to benefit M-S-C Opas. The OPAS guild's annual gala was held Saturday night at the Hilton-College Station.
Updated: 01/29/2006 - The man responsible for three deaths on Highway 21 in November of 2004 was sentenced Friday morning. Oscar Rodriguez pled guilty to three counts of intoxication manslaughter, and was sentenced to 30 years in prison. A victim's family spoke out about their tragedy.
Updated: 01/27/2006 - Robertson County has had its fair share of election controversy in recent years. With the March primaries just around the corner, federal and county authorities want to make certain that trend doesn't continue. That's why the two have joined forces to ensure that all future Robertson County elections are beyond reproach.
Updated: 01/26/2006 - The 5th annual Reunion and Appreciation Banquet for the African American National Heritage Society was held Thursday night.