- Today at 1:00 p.m., KBTX.com will stream the Scott & White Center for Healthcare Policy media roundtable discussion to answer questions about the Health Exchange and the Affordable Care Act.
- Not everyone is a sports fan, and not everyone is always aware of broadcast changes. One viewer wasn't too pleased about that recently, and KBTX General Manager Mike Wright addresses that and more in this edition of the Wright Response.
- The government shutdown continues with some glimmer of hope for those who would like to visit the nation's national parks: The Obama administration said it would consider offers from the states to use their own money to pay for park operations.
- Officials say Senate Democrats intend to introduce legislation by the middle of the week that would raise the nation's debt limit without the type of unrelated conditions Republicans have said they want to add.
- President Barack Obama called top lawmakers to the White House on Wednesday as Republicans rejected Democratic demands to vote on legislation ending a two-day partial government shutdown without changes to the nation's three-year-old health care law.
- Americans have six months in which to enroll in the online health insurance marketplaces that are at the heart of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul -- but it looks like a lot of people are wasting no time in doing so.
- Dr. Nancy Dickey, former president of the Texas A&M Health Science Center and the American Medical Association, talked with Brazos Valley This Morning Monday to help explain what the new law means to people.
- Questions about some promotions KBTX is a part of, and a showdown between CBS and a cable provider were the subjects of some questions to News 3. General Manager Mike Wright has answers in this edition of the Wright Response.
- Office Kristi Hosea with the Texas A&M University Police Department was on First News at Four Monday to talk about self-defense classes offered by UPD and the Brazos County Sheriff's Office.