Updated: 7:50 AM The state attorney general's office has filed suit against a McAllen pet shop and its owner, accusing them of selling dozens of dying puppies to customers. Attorney General Greg Abbott says that "using a family's love for a new pet as a ploy to defraud consumers is reprehensible."
Updated: 7:46 AM Houston police have arrested a 15-year-old girl as the suspect in the stabbing death of a 14-year-old boy in a normally bustling Houston park. Authorities say the victim was attacked by about two dozen gang members with baseball bats, golf clubs and tire irons in broad daylight at Ervan Chew Park. Police say the girl stabbed the boy to death.
Updated: 10:46 AM A former Brazos Animal Shelter employee says things just aren't right under Executive Director Kelley Durham. After a nearly 13-year stint, Mary Haislet left the Brazos Animal Shelter in September 2005.
Updated: 11:18 AM Two College Station residents are dead following a murder-suicide at a West Bryan trailer park.
Police believe Homero Cardenas, 33, shot his estranged wife, Jennifer, multiple times with an assault rifle, then turned the gun on himself.
Posted: 10:32 PM A high-profile Dallas lawyer will represent Brazos County Assistant District Attorney Shane Phelps at next month's court of inquiry. Christie Williams of the law firm Mills and Williams was selected by Administrative Judge Cynthia Stevens Kent.
Updated: 11:31 AM The trial is underway for a Bryan man who was shot by police as he allegedly tried to hold up a Mexican restaurant. Opening arguments began Wednesday in the aggravated robbery trial for Stephen Gilbert.
Updated: 6:40 PM A College Station charter school is in hot water with the Texas Education Agency.
Auditors have been looking into the financial activity at the Brazos School for Inquiry and Creativity since last summer.
Posted: 5:47 PM A former funeral home worker who pleaded no contest to hiding a baby's body in the pants of a man's corpse slated for cremation, apparently to avoid paying an extra $50 fee, faces the permanent loss of her funeral director's license.
Updated: 7:49 PM Many of us take for granted all the work and planning that goes into the roads we travel. That work will be celebrated this year with the 50th anniversary of the interstate highway system.
Posted: 4:57 PM Texas A&M is in the midst of a building boom. Two weeks ago, the university broke ground on two new physics buildings, and a life sciences building, the largest single construction project in the school's history. And this is only the beginning.
Updated: 5:03 PM Details continue to unfold about the fatal racing accident Monday morning that involved two motorcycles. The driver of the truck parked at the finish line was arrested and has bonded out of jail.
Updated: 7:40 AM A top real estate group believes that although the housing boom has faded, sales will continue to be healthy with price appreciation at more normal levels. The National Association of Realtors is predicting that sales of previously-owned homes will drop nearly seven percent -- to a little over six-and-a-half (m) million this year.
Updated: 7:35 AM An acquaintance of a woman accused of kidnapping an Lubbock newborn after posing as a nurse says she was skeptical when the woman said she'd just given birth. Kloma Clark manages the mobile home park where 33-year-old Stephanie Jones lives. She says Jones told her Friday that she was a new mother.
Updated: 7:32 AM The US Secret Service has seized 83-hundred bogus one (M) million-dollar bills printed as religious tracts by a Denton-based evangelical ministry. But the ministry's founder says he doesn't understand how he can be accused of counterfeiting a bill that doesn't exist.
Updated: 7:24 AM President Bush's visit to Laredo drew a handful of local residents who stood in the hot border sun, many carrying American flags, waiting to greet the president. They gathered in the Laredo International Airport parking lot yesterday but didn't get a chance to see Bush before he was whisked away to tour Laredo's sprawling Border Patrol headquarters.
Updated: 7:21 AM Albertsons says it will close 30 grocery stores in Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma as part of a national move to shed unprofitable stores. The Boise, Idaho-based company says the closures include eleven stores in the Dallas area, nine stores in the Austin area, one store in Georgetown and one store in Waco.
Updated: 3:58 PM One man is dead after an early morning motorcycle race ended in a crash at the finish line. According to Department of Public Safety officials, the two bike race reached high speeds as the drivers raced to a finish line near the intersection of Jones and Leonard roads Tuesday.
Updated: 9:10 PM An influential member of the Brazos Valley is moving on. Dr. Rick Rigsby brought words of inspiration to A&M students and the local community for more than a decade. But life is taking him in a new direction.
Posted: 6:27 PM It's a new name, but the same commitment from one of the region's biggest charitable organizations. As part of its open house Monday, the Brazos Food Bank added "Valley" to its name, and unveiled a new logo and slogan: Fostering Partnerships, Feeding Hope.
Posted: 6:21 PM A New Caney man who was run over and killed isn't the person authorities or his family initially thought. The accident happened just after midnight Monday. A man lying next to his bicycle on FM 1485 was hit by a driver.
Posted: 6:15 PM Bryan's new movie theater is changing its policy to match the city's teen curfew.
The theater will not sell tickets to juveniles 16 and under, if the movie ends after midnight, unless they have a parent with them.
Updated: 2:47 PM It's now up to Brazos County. The city of College Station has asked commissioners to approve a tax increment finance zone to fund the city's hotel-conference center project. This is the first time the city has proposed the TIF at Northgate, and the third try for a convention center.