Updated: 10/28/2006 - Amid tuition hikes, Texas A&M has raked in over a billion dollars to fund its Vision 2020 plan. One Spirit, One Vision is a fundraising campaign that began five years ago.
Updated: 07/21/2005 - The largest law enforcement agency in the county is lagging behind when it comes to employee's salary. Thursday Brazos County Sheriff Chris Kirk asked commissioners to close the gap between what his deputies are paid and what Bryan and College Station officers receive.
Updated: 07/21/2005 - Gov. Rick Perry has called lawmakers back for another special session after they couldn't agree on a school funding plan. Lawmakers ended a failed attempt to approve a $2.4 billion education spending plan. And College Station ISD is hoping for a significant change in this next special session.
Updated: 07/21/2005 - The state's second confirmed human case of West Nile Virus has popped up in Montgomery County.
Updated: 07/20/2005 - Bryan and College Station have entered a contract for the Wealth Equalization Plan, also known as the Robin Hood Plan.
Updated: 07/19/2005 - Did the College Station city council break a law when it fired city manager Tom Brymer? Brymer's attorney says "yes" and has given the council a Friday deadline to make amends.
Updated: 07/19/2005 - A concerned motorist helps Huntsville police nab a couple of criminals. The motorist called police after seeing drugs and a gun in the suspects car.
Updated: 07/19/2005 - West Nile has been found for the first time this year in two birds collected in College Station. A blue jay found on Gilchrist street and a crow at Stonewall Court tested positive for the virus.
Updated: 07/18/2005 - Texas Equusearch crews who helped in the search for Natalee Holloway in Aruba are back home in Dickenson today. But volunteers aren't planning on staying in the Lone Star State long.
Updated: 07/17/2005 - An accident on Highway 6 leaves one woman dead, and two others in critical condition. The accident occured six miles south of College Station on Sunday afternoon.
Updated: 07/17/2005 - Four children were trapped inside a Texas A&M elevator on Sunday. The kids were using an elevator at Rudder Tower when it malfunctioned.
Updated: 07/17/2005 - A massive evacuation of tourists in one of the world's largest resorts began Sunday, with hundreds of buses dispatched to move tens of thousands of vacationers away from Hurricane Emily, heading for a direct hit on Mexico's coast.
Updated: 07/16/2005 - The Hearne Independent School District just got a big boost from voters. They said yes to a $14 million bond proposal that will create a new junior high, combine two elementary schools and build a new gymnasium.
Updated: 07/16/2005 - A new helipad designed for emergency medical evacuation was dedicated Saturday morning in the small town of Keith. The project could be the first of many pads serving rural Grimes County.