Updated: 04/20/2005 - A South Texas school district and the nation's largest teachers union say the federal government should fork over the funds they say are needed to meet the requirements of No Child Left Behind.
Posted: 04/19/2005 - The twin cities are prepared to host thousands of gulf coast residents, but officials hope they don't come under tragic circumstances. There are now updated state plans for possible refugee citizens from the south.
Updated: 04/19/2005 - The Salvation Army is calling in reinforcements to help stop crooks in their tracks. Four new surveillance cameras were donated by a MicroAge.
Updated: 04/19/2005 - A second jury will take its turn in hearing the case against suspected murderer David White. After two days of jury selection, a six-man, six-woman jury are now set to hear opening arguments.
Updated: 04/19/2005 - Band members at Brenham High School will soon be subjected to random drug tests.
Updated: 04/18/2005 - If you don't want to wait until May 7th to vote in the Bryan or College Station elections, you can cast your vote early in both cities starting Wednesday.
Updated: 04/18/2005 - Two executions are set for Wednesday night at the Walls Unit in Huntsville. The double execution would be the first in the state since August 2000 if it is carried out as scheduled.
Updated: 10/28/2006 - A trust has donated $10 million to Texas A&M International University. That marks the largest cash gift in the school's 10-year history. The money, donated by the Lamar Bruni Vergara Trust, will support scholarships and internships for the university's graduate students.
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.