Updated: 08/13/2005 - The Navasota Blues Fest proves to be more than just music, food and fun. Cities all over the Brazos Valley are seeing an economic surge as a result of the tourists that travel to the area.
Updated: 08/13/2005 - The scene was very emotional Friday afternoon when parents of Mumford transfers learned that a stay had been issued in the case. While the original ruling still stands, it does buy Mumford some time and it also gives a little joy to a group of parents who haven't had much to smile about recently.
Updated: 08/12/2005 - A little controversy at Huntsville ISD when teacher pay raises are approved.
Updated: 08/12/2005 - The man accused of attacking a Bryan Woman twice in her own home is off the streets tonight and behind bars.
Updated: 08/12/2005 - As predicted the West Nile Virus continues showing up in neighborhoods across the Brazos Valley. The latest case was found in Bryan Friday Morning.
Updated: 08/11/2005 - A Bryan city councilman's son is behind bars accused in a hit and run accident. Joe Marin III was arrested Thursday afternoon. His bond is set at $70,000.
Updated: 08/11/2005 - The cause of death for a newborn girl found in a dumpster on the campus of Sam Houston State University is still a mystery.
Updated: 08/10/2005 - Tom Brymer is officially College Station's former city manager. Brymer got his $177,000 severance package Wednesday and signed off on his resignation.
Updated: 08/10/2005 - Scott and White officials say services won't be interrupted as a result of more than 40 layoffs in College Station.
Updated: 08/10/2005 - It took more than two weeks, but Bryan police finally have a suspect in a July hit and run.
Updated: 08/09/2005 - Bryan's city council is mulling over a proposed plan to close the local links for a while. The irrigation, drainage and grass issues at the Bryan Municipal Golf Course were discussed.
Updated: 08/09/2005 - College Station's former city manager is one signature away from being done with his career with the city. With a severance package ready and waiting, Tom Brymer will receive his check tomorrow.
Updated: 08/10/2005 - When white student transfers from Hearne show up in Mumford for the first day of class on Wednesday, they'll be turned away. That's according to a federal judge who charges Mumford violated state desegregation laws by accepting too many white students from Hearne.