Updated: 10/24/2005 - A fatal accident on Texas 21 in Lee County has left an Arkansas man dead. It happened shortly after 6 p.m. Saturday near the intersection of County Road 113.
Updated: 10/23/2005 - Voter turnout in Texas for amendment elections is generally low, usually only 12 to 15 percent of all registered voters cast ballots. But this election might be different because Proposition 2, is expected to be a big ballot draw.
Updated: 10/24/2005 - Several Bryan homes and businesses were without electricity Sunday afternoon after some power lines fell on the city's west side. It happened near Pepper Tree Street in the 2700 block of Finfeather.
Updated: 10/24/2005 - Two police officers from a small Montgomery County town have been indicted after an altercation that was recorded by their patrol car's camera. Shenandoah police officer Jeremy Klammer is charged with aggravated assault and official oppression.
Updated: 10/24/2005 - For 125 years BISD has been educating members of the community. A special ceremony was held in Heritage Park to honor the district for their educational achievements throughout the years.
Updated: 10/21/2005 - Texas in on the cutting edge when it comes to computer crimes. A new state law, from a Brazos County prosecutor, makes it illegal for adults and minors to engage in explicit conversations on the internet.
Updated: 10/21/2005 - Taxes. Figuring them out can be a daunting task. So we spoke with the experts in the field. Chief Deputy Tax Assessor Collector, Kristy Roe explains how the tax rate is set.
Updated: 10/21/2005 - After a long career in law enforcement, Bryan's police chief is readying to turn in his badge. Mike Strope sent a letter to the city Friday afternoon announcing his retirement.
Updated: 10/21/2005 - After his firing became one of the biggest scandals in College Station's history, Tom Brymer has a new job.
Updated: 10/20/2005 - The man accused of beating his four-year-old stepson to death is sentenced to life in prison. The verdict concludes the Timothy Lewis capital murder trial. But the victim's father says the pain of losing his son will never end.
Updated: 10/20/2005 - It's not over yet. But as Hurricane Wilma moves on its path to the US, the season is already being reviewed, especially by two experts on disasters.
Updated: 10/20/2005 - A Prairie View A&M student is in jail without bond, accused of forgery and of having what has been described as very hazardous and unusual chemicals in his dorm room.
Updated: 10/20/2005 - It took 16 hours of deliberations, but the jury did come to a verdict in the Timothy Lewis capital murder trial. After coming close to a deadlock, a unanimous decision was finally reached Thursday afternoon.
Updated: 10/19/2005 - Last week, they lost three major players in their government. Now, Hearne moves forward with reassurances from its elected leader that the future is bright, with or without a full council for now.
Updated: 10/19/2005 - Close to 100 pounds of marijuana has landed one driver in Washington County jail after police pulled him over on a routine stop.
Posted: 10/19/2005 - With violent crime on the rise in Bryan, the city's police department obviously wants that stat down drastically. To that end, they've got a new plan to try and make that happen.
Updated: 10/19/2005 - Bail will be set at $10,000 for the former House of Representatives majority leader, who faces money laundering charges. It is unknown when he will surrender to authorities.
Updated: 10/19/2005 - There'll be a long break between the first and second sessions of Saddam Hussein's murder trial. It opened Wednesday and won't resume until November 28th.
Updated: 10/18/2005 - A Franklin teen accused of molesting two young girls will not have to register as a sex offender after accepting a plea bargain Tuesday.