A family from College Station is believed to be on a plane that went missing in Alaska.
Firefighters say a man was able to get out of his camper before it was destroyed by an early morning fire.
A nationwide search for College Station's next fire chief has been narrowed to four finalists.
Texas Rangers are investigating where the missing money went and who took it.
The Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra is holding its annual Holiday Pops Concert this Sunday, December 11 at 5:00 p.m. at Christ United Methodist Church. They'll be performing favorites such as "Silent Night" and "Jingle Bells" with a cookie reception immediately following the concert. Call 979-696-6100 or go to bvso.org for ticket information.
News 3 at Noon: Top Stories - December 9, 2016
After a cold start for most and temperatures actually slightly warmer than expected, we'll remain on the cold side throughout the day today, but we won't be dealing with those pesky winds this afternoon like we did yesterday. Many missed a freeze this morning due to a stubborn layer of clouds in the mid-levels of the atmosphere, but we just might have another chance tomorrow morning at a light freeze. Temperatures today will run another 15� below average for the Brazos Valley, but warmer readings aren't far away. If you are headed to the Downtown Bryan Christmas Parade this evening, but sure to bundle up and layer up! We'll remain in the lower 40s and upper 30s through mid evening. Expect a slight warming trend on Saturday as temperatures get back into the low / mid 50s for the Brazos Valley. Believe it or not, we'll actually be warming up Saturday night into Sunday morning. We start in the upper 40s around midnight and make it to around 60 by sunrise. Afternoon highs top out in the lower 70s, so the warmth isn't far away! Some scattered showers are possible on Sunday, but they won't be widespread.