More Headlines

State and Defense Rest in Noland Trial

Updated: 05/16/2006 - The state and defense rested Monday afternoon in the Texas Renaissance Festival murder trial. And Brent Noland, the man the prosecution says is responsible for stabbing to death U.S. Navy servicemen Brandon Smith, may know his fate as soon as Tuesday.

Read More

Hearne Man Sentenced in A&M Dorm Assault Case

Posted: 05/15/2006 - A Hearne man who pled guilty to breaking into a Texas A&M dorm room and threatening to rape a student at gunpoint has been sentenced to 17 years in prison. Christopher Montelongo, 41, was sentenced Monday to 17 years for two counts of burglary of a habitation with the intent to commit a sexual offense and one count of burglary of a habitation. The sentences will run concurrently.

Read More

Court Stops Execution

Updated: 05/15/2006 - The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals Monday stopped this week's scheduled execution of a Houston gang member. Derrick Sean O'Brien had faced lethal injection Tuesday over the 1993 torture-slayings of two girls in Houston.

Read More

Tuition Bonds

Posted: 05/15/2006 - Texas universities could fund one-point-eight (B) billion dollars in new classrooms, research and medical and performing arts centers under newly Senate-approved legislation. It would allow the schools to issue bonds to be repaid with future tuition.

Read More

Enron's Closing Arguments

Posted: 05/15/2006 - Closing arguments begin today in Houston in the fraud and conspiracy trial of Enron founder Kenneth Lay and former Chief Executive Jeffrey Skilling. Prosecutors and the defense teams have six hours each to boil down the highlights of 54 witnesses, mountains of documents and hours of video and audiotapes.

Read More

Texas Storms

Posted: 05/15/2006 - A strong line of storms brought flash flooding, power outages and wind damage to parts of the state. Four people were treated for minor injuries and released yesterday after a flood rescue in the small town of Hewitt, south of Waco.

Read More

President to Speak on Immigration

Posted: 05/15/2006 - President Bush tonight will call for deployment of National Guard troops to help seal America's border with Mexico. Aides say the president wants thousands of guard troops to back up the Border Patrol.

Read More

Lightning Causes Robertson County Explosion

Posted: 05/14/2006 - Firefighters from seven Robertson County departments and three departments in other counties spent Sunday afternoon fighting a tank explosion north of Franklin. It happened on F.M. 979 about six miles north of Franklin, near F.M. 2293.

Read More

Deadline Looms for Medicare Drug Enrollment

Posted: 05/14/2006 - WASHINGTON (AP) - A pivotal Republican is joining the congressional drive to eliminate the financial penalty for people who miss tomorrow's deadline for enrolling in the Medicare drug benefit. Connecticut Congresswoman Nancy Johnson says she has talked to enough colleagues to believe such a proposal would pass, probably in the fall, and plans to introduce legislation to waive the penalty.

Read More

Bush to Place National Guard on Mexican Border

Posted: 05/14/2006 - WHITE HOUSE (AP) - White House officials say President Bush will call for thousands of National Guard troops to be deployed along the Mexico border in support of patrols aimed at keeping out illegal immigrants. The president is expected to speak to the nation about immigration Monday evening.

Read More

Bryan Charter Amendments Recap

Posted: 05/14/2006 - The voters in Bryan have spoken and the City's charter will be changing. Saturday, voters approved all proposed amendments to the city charter, except for one.

Read More

Texas Teen Dies of Rabies

Posted: 05/13/2006 - A Houston-area teen stricken with rabies died Friday afternoon. The Humble High School sophomore had been in critical condition at Texas Children's Hospital in Houston after showing symptoms last week.

Read More

New Court Filing Focuses on Cheney

Posted: 05/13/2006 - A new court filing from the prosecutor in the CIA leak case. It says Vice President Dick Cheney made handwritten references to CIA officer Valerie Plame -- though not by name -- before her identity was publicly exposed.

Read More

Grandmother Injured in Grimes County Wreck

Posted: 05/13/2006 - Two people were injured Saturday night after a motorcycle accident in Grimes County. Eyewitnesses say Barbara Cooper, 56, was on FM 244 near Carlos when she lost control of her motorcycle. Her granddaughter was also on the bike, but not seriously injured.

Read More

Incumbents Berry, Bradley Unseated in B/CS

Updated: 05/14/2006 - Both of the Twin Cities saw a sitting council member beaten in Saturday's city elections. College Station's Nancy Berry and Bryan's Russell Bradley were defeated by Dave Ruesink and Mike Southerland, respectively.

Read More

Alleged Bank Robbers Suspected in Other Holdups

Posted: 05/13/2006 - The suspects accused of robbing a College Station bank are also suspects in armed robberies in other parts of the state. It started April 15 when the State Bank branch on Wellborn Road was robbed at gunpoint.

Read More

Local Cemetery Gets Historical Marker

Posted: 05/13/2006 - Mount Calvary Catholic Cemetery in Bryan which dates back to 1873 is now a historical site. A Texas Historical Marker was dedicated at the cemetery Saturday.

Read More

Aggie Grads Hear From Bush 41

Updated: 10/28/2006 - It's the annual event that brings thousands to Aggieland, and sends thousands out into the real world. College graduation is a rite of passage in a young person's life, but rarely do graduates get to hear from a former leader of the free world.

Read More

Brenham Man Arrested for Cyber Crime

Posted: 05/12/2006 - For the second time in six months, a Brenham man is behind bars accused of soliciting a minor over the Internet.

Read More

Med Celebrates 75 Years

Posted: 05/12/2006 - The College Station Medical Center is celebrating its 75th birthday. The health care facility has undergone lots of changes over the years.

Read More

Medicare Deadline Monday

Posted: 05/12/2006 - There are only a few days left for seniors to sign up for the new Medicare prescription program. The sign up deadline is this Monday May 15. A poll shows that close to half of seniors surveyed aren't convinced the plan is a good one.

Read More

Walker's Punishment Phase Could Take Place Next Month

Posted: 05/12/2006 - It could be another month before Queen Walker knows her punishment. The former Brazos County employee was found guilty Thursday of stealing thousands of dollars from the Brazos County District Attorney's office.

Read More

Junk Gypsies

Posted: 05/12/2006 - You could call it "Texas Couture." It's a hip style that's taking the United States by storm. It's trendy, it's Texas, but the style isn't only adored in the lone star state, it's branching out. And, at the heart of the style you'll find two Texas A&M graduates that call themselves the "Junk Gypsies."

Read More

Duo of Drug Busts in Bryan

Updated: 05/12/2006 - A Bryan man is in jail after police busted him with a lot of pot. The Tabor Road residence of Jeramy Steen, 32, was searched Friday morning as part of an on-going investigation.

Read More

Independents for Governor

Posted: 05/12/2006 - Kinky Friedman and Carole Keeton Strayhorn have submitted signatures to put them on the ballot in November for the governor's race. The two independent candidates need 45,540 valid signatures each.

Read More
KBTX-TV Channel 3 4141 E. 29th Street Bryan, TX 77802 Phone: (979) 846-7777 Fax: (979) 846-1490 News Fax: (979) 846-1888
Gray Television, Inc. - Copyright © 2002-2014 - Designed by Gray Digital Media - Powered by Clickability