Updated: 5:34 PM In an emergency, seconds matter. Especially if you or your loved one has suffered a traumatic injury. Now, St. Joseph's Regional Health Center in Bryan is better equipped to handle severe trauma cases. The State is recognizing them as a level two trauma center.
Updated: 4:59 PM Redistricting lawyers from all sides — the state and the parties suing the state — told a federal court Wednesday that maps used to elect the Texas Senate in 2012 are acceptable to them and could be adopted without objection.
Updated: 4:59 PM Gov. Rick Perry has signed into law the creation of a state fund to finance new water projects he says will help spark $30 billion worth of infrastructure spending in the next 50 years.
Updated: 5:37 PM Authorities say investigators have completed their scene investigation but not ruled out criminal activity as the cause of a massive explosion at a fertilizer plant that killed at least 14 people and flattened part of a tiny Texas town.
Updated: 11:18 AM At the 25th Annual Fallen Officer Candlelight Vigil, the newly-engraved names on the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial will be read, including Brazos County Precinct One Constable Brian Bachmman, who was killed last August.
Updated: 4:51 PM Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates forcefully defended the Obama administration on Sunday against charges that it did not do enough to prevent the tragedy in Benghazi, telling CBS' "Face the Nation" that some critics of the administration have a "cartoonish impression of military capabilities and military forces."