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Local law enforcement will now have to pay for crime lab tests

On Friday local law enforcement agencies found that DPS will now be charging them to have forensic analysis tests done in the state's crime lab.

A local veterinarian is seeing cases of burned feet on pets.

A new report shows a Texas Veterans Affairs Office has denied more than 90 percent of benefit claims related to Gulf War illnesses.

Area children participate in first Bubba Bean Youth Football Camp

Cheers to Craft Beer comes to Downtown Bryan

TxDOT, local counties working to update bridges

Firefighter on vacation helps save woman after crash

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Georgia RB Nick Chubb SEC Media Days

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Pride Community Center hosts picnic in College Station

Texas Sheriff's Deputy fired after confrontation led to man's death

Choosing paint colors for kids' rooms

Many Texas home builders support Gov. Abbott's property tax reforms

Newlyweds found shot to death in apparent murder-suicide on boat at Waco marina

Cancer found in million-year-old fossil

Updated: Skip Wagner no longer 12th Man Foundation president

Courthouse security discussed during Twin Peaks hearing

Highway 105 open again between Navasota and Brenham

Sean Spicer resigns, Sarah Huckabee Sanders named new press secretary

Hotter side of 90° this weekend, isolated rain & thunderstorms possible

Big Brothers Big Sisters organization looking for more mentors

Aggieland Humane Society Pet of the Week: June

Brazos County jail in compliance with Federal Prison Rape Elimination Act

Man arrested after shooting gun during argument

Treat of the Day: CSPD Officer retires after two decades

Focus at Four: Why taking a 'mental health day' should be the norm

AP sources: US to ban Americans from traveling to NKorea

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