Updated: 7:36 AM What exactly happened nine months ago when New Orleans' levees and flood walls were overwhelmed by Hurricane Katrina? A document being released today may have some answers.
Updated: 7:32 AM The state is backing off a free fuel plan unveiled to the public earlier this week by a state official. A spokeswoman for Governor Rick Perry says the information was incorrect and not approved by top emergency leaders.
Updated: 7:30 AM Houston police have a new tool to discourage reckless driving with the City Council's approval of a plan to place cameras at intersections. A contractor will begin installing the cameras within 45 days at ten city intersections.
Updated: 7:28 AM Texas Guaranteed Student Loan Corporation says the personal information of one-point-three million of its borrowers has been lost. The company says a contractor lost a piece of equipment containing the borrowers' names and Social Security numbers on May 24th.
Updated: 9:50 PM A court of inquiry has been granted to look into alleged wrongdoings by a Brazos County assistant district attorney. Tyler Judge Cynthia Stevens Kent has set the hearings for July 5-7 in Brazos County.
Posted: 9:08 PM Bryan Police are continuing their search for Jennifer Austin. The 29-year-old's family is continuing their search for the answer to one simple question: why?
Posted: 6:38 PM Hurricane season officially starts June 1st and the National Hurricane Center is predicting a very active season. But are the areas that were hit last year ready for this season?
Posted: 6:30 PM The Food Safety and Inspection Service made a big announcement in College Station Wednesday.
Posted: 6:24 PM It's not every day a nearly six-foot alligator turns up in Bryan, but it did, and some first time gator catchers have a reptile of a tale. Texas Parks and Wildlife says the men were lucky; the men say it was fun.
Posted: 6:15 PM The Department of Homeland Security is awarding an $89.8 million grant to Texas. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison announced the grant Wednesday during a tour of the Texas Engineering Extension Service at Texas A&M University.
Updated: 4:48 PM The scheduling process has begun after superintendent Jimmy Creel was placed on administrative leave Tuesday. College Station's school board is getting ready for another special meeting.
Updated: 7:54 AM Internet-savvy Disney fans can now own the movies they download, but there's a hitch. The movies can't be played on a stand-alone DVD player.
Updated: 7:51 AM Officials say a major expansion at a Bastrop animal research facility will give participating animals a calm and healthy home. The 31 (M) million dollar project will add laboratories, offices and a naturalized animal habitat to the center operated by the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Updated: 7:48 AM Officers and federal agents are investigating the death of a man in the explosion of a pipe bomb he had made. Fire officials say he'd planned to use the bomb against agents, and that he was assembling it Monday when it went off in his Longview home.
Updated: 7:40 AM Investigators looking into problems with the Houston Police Department's crime lab have reached an agreement with a state legislative committee that will compel uncooperative witnesses to testify. The deal lets the city use the committee's subpoena power to force former lab employees to testify under oath.
Updated: 7:37 AM Houston-area police say one of the sons of Houston Astros coach Jose Cruz is considered missing after not being heard from for 12 days. Katy police Captain Gay Dickerson says 34-year-old Jose Javier Cruz hasn't contacted family members since May 19th at his Houston home.
Updated: 7:34 AM Independent Dutch investigators have exonerated Lance Armstrong of doping in the 1999 Tour de France. They also blame anti-doping authorities for misconduct in dealing with the Austin cycling great.
Updated: 9:46 AM After a marathon meeting, College Station's school board emerged from executive session and unanimously voted to place their superintendent on administrative leave.
Updated: 2:55 PM An ten year old boy and his Uncle were killed Tuesday just east of Navasota. A trooper on the scene says an 18-wheeler lost control and crashed into a car that had slowed on Highway 105.
Posted: 8:43 PM A mystery SUV may hold the key to the cause of double fatality accident in Leon County. The Department of Public Safety is looking for a green Mitsubishi Montero which continued north on Interstate 45 after possibly triggering Monday's wreck.
Updated: 4:36 PM The Highway 6 widening project will cost nearly three and a half times what was originally estimated. The Texas Department of Transportation admits they underestimated the acquisition cost of the project. As a result, Brazos County owes more than a million dollars more than they budgeted and finding the additional funds won't be an easy task.
Posted: 4:11 PM A missing mother of two is being searched for by Bryan police after she left her job and two children. Jennifer Austin, 29, was last seen May 22, and left a note for her parents leaving the children to them and asking that they not look for her.
Posted: 2:40 PM A Maryland jury has found John Allen Muhammad guilty of six counts of murder for the October 2002 Washington-area sniper shootings. The announcement Tuesday afternoon followed four weeks of prosecutors, experts and witnesses presenting evidence against Muhammad and Muhammad defending himself with the argument that he had been framed.