Updated: 04/16/2005 - The Vatican's nine-day mourning period for Pope John Paul is over. As the search for the new pope begins, a criminal complaint has been filed against a possible contender from Argentina.
Updated: 04/16/2005 - Airport screening is reportedly no better than it was before 9/11. The head of the House aviation subcommittee says two government reports coming out soon say as much.
Updated: 04/15/2005 - Cops breathe a sigh of relief after a possible robbery call in Bryan turns into a welfare situation.
Updated: 04/15/2005 - Another ruling from a Federal District Court judge Friday adds two more names to an ACLU lawsuit. Thomas Hendricks and Philip Crowell are being sued by nine Hearne residents who say the task force officers were instrumental in fabricating evidence against them in a 2000 drug raid.
Updated: 04/15/2005 - A Brazos County judge says he will not remove himself from an upcoming murder trial, despite the District Attorney's request. Now the decision heads to a higher authority who'll decide if Judge Rick Davis stays on the bench, or gets benched.
Updated: 04/15/2005 - A Hearne garbage company wasn't able to go on their route Friday, after their means of transportation was halted because all four trucks were set on fire.
Updated: 04/15/2005 - The Texas Senate approved legislation to allow juries to sentence capital murderers to life in prison without parole.
Updated: 04/15/2005 - Fallout from an old feud between two Brazos County elected officials could change the lineup of a pending murder trial.
Posted: 04/14/2005 - A Bryan nightclub could be forced to close its doors if they don't clean up their act.
Updated: 04/14/2005 - The creation of the free protective order kits designed to provide victims with easy step-by-step instructions for filling out paperwork to receive temporary restraining orders.
Updated: 04/14/2005 - The militant group al-Qaida in Iraq is claiming responsibility for two bombings that killed 18 people in Baghdad.
Updated: 04/14/2005 - While women ages 18 to 25 are most at risk, Melissa Kalka was only 16 when she was raped by her friend at a party. Someone she trusted beat her causing her to have numerous knee surgeries and she's still in physical therapy for her injuries.
Posted: 04/13/2005 - With the tax deadline nearly here, many are scrambling to find ways to pay the IRS if they owe. But taxpayers should be aware of those promising to help settle or dramatically lower their debt.
Updated: 04/13/2005 - So what makes a successful leader? That's the question U.S. Secretary of Commerce, Carlos Gutierrez, answered for an audience at Texas A&M Tuesday.