Updated: 12/23/2005 - Last weekend, a Bryan police officer on the way to a crime scene collided with another vehicle. So as people prepare to cross towns and counties this weekend, law enforcement wants to reinforce safe driving on the roads.
Updated: 12/23/2005 - The countdown is on until Christmas and Hanukkah and many are cutting it close when it comes to making holiday purchases. But in today's busy world, waiting until the last minute is not uncommon.
Updated: 12/22/2005 - All week long we've been telling you about incredible acts of kindness and giving. Thursday was another big gift distribution day for families in need. This one thanks to the Salvation Army and US Marines.
Updated: 12/30/2005 - Traffic is moving again on Highway 6, but drivers Thursday afternoon and evening faced major delays after a multi-car crash. The final tally had four cars involved, with four people sent to hospitals.
Updated: 12/22/2005 - Easterwood is putting together an advertisement campaign to promote the airport, a project that is needed now more than ever.
Updated: 12/22/2005 - Some College Station policemen took a little break from crime fighting to spread holiday cheer to kids.
Updated: 12/22/2005 - Walker county and Huntsville officials will soon get reimbursed from FEMA for all their efforts during hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
Updated: 12/21/2005 - Navasota and Grimes County are getting an economic shot in the arm. Wellborn Resources has announced the acquisition of the Shult/Oakwood Homes manufacturing facility in Navasota.
Updated: 12/20/2005 - Tuesday, Brazos County Commissioners voted against a temporary exception to the burn ban, saying no to allowing campfires during the holidays.
Updated: 12/20/2005 - The battle between the city of Huntsville and Centerpoint Energy over an increase in natural gas rates is a draw for now.
Updated: 12/20/2005 - After passing a juvenile curfew this month, the city of Bryan has found something productive for teens to do with their time.
Updated: 12/20/2005 - Shortly after pleading guilty to a class A misdemeanor Tuesday, Randy Michel sent the following letter indicating he is no longer a candidate for re-election.