Updated: 9:10 PM Another season of MSC OPAS is set to hit the stage beginning in September. Once again, the schedule features a wide variety of performances and music.
Updated: 9:10 PM Although Texas A&M's president won't consider differential tuition until spring of next year, a pair of colleges are still planning on applying for a change.
Updated: 11:31 PM Growing demands on rural health care in the Brazos Valley have grabbed the attention of a U.S. Senator. Republican John Cornyn was in town Tuesday to meet with the Brazos Valley Health Partnership board and local officials.
Updated: 11:32 PM The Boys & Girls Club recognized its big contributors Tuesday. Guests dined on childhood treats like peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and toured the club on William J. Bryan.
Updated: 7:51 AM Greenpeace has issued a report that says more than 90-thousand people are likely to die of cancers caused by radiation from the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. That's a far higher figure than a United Nations report that predicted the death toll would be around four thousand.
Updated: 8:42 AM Former Enron Chief Executive Jeffrey Skilling says he has "nothing to hide" as his cross-examination continues in the trial over the company's sudden collapse. Skilling was cross-examined yesterday for the first time, denying he has been tailoring or rehearsing his testimony.
Updated: 7:42 AM A family is suing Fort Worth and one of the city's police officers after a car wreck involving the officer. Laura Navarro underwent an emergency Caesarean section after the accident in Tarrant County last week. Her son Javen Navarro was born two months prematurely and died after only two days.
Updated: 8:41 AM Lawmakers start work today to determine which school and tax reform plans make it to the floor of the Texas House. That's as the 30-day special session of the Legislature moves into its second day.
Updated: 7:36 AM An energy analyst says momentum has built up to "cause a wave of buying." Oil prices surged to a record midday high of just under 71 dollars a barrel in Asian trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange before easing back.
Updated: 8:44 AM Authorities have arrested two 20-year-old Duke University lacrosse players on charges of rape, sexual offense and kidnapping. A jail official says Durham, North Carolina, police arrested Reade Seligmann and Collin Finnerty, both sophomores
Posted: 6:34 PM A Bryan police officer fired for using excessive force, won't be back on the beat.
Updated: 12:44 AM Just hours after the call went out for rolling power outages across the state, ERCOT says their operations are back to normal despite hotter-than-normal temperatures.
Updated: 12:56 PM Monday, College Station Police provided surveillance video from Saturday's daring robbery at a State Bank branch. Authorities are hoping this footage will lead to the arrests of the four wanted men.
Updated: 6:53 PM Bryan Police conducted a prostitution sting this weekend resulting in two arrests. The Directed Deployment Team along with Bryan reserve officers patrolled on Saturday searching for individuals engaged in prostitution.
Updated: 9:10 PM In an e-mail to faculty, staff and students, Texas A&M President Robert Gates wrote that he will not approve any differential tuition proposals until the spring of next year.
Updated: 3:25 PM Services are Tuesday for a 2-year-old boy accidentally run over in Grimes County.
Posted: 9:26 PM A College Station man was hospitalized Sunday morning after a home invasion and subsequent beating. The 25-year-old victim told police he was in bed just after 5:30 a.m., Sunday, when he heard someone enter his apartment in the 1100 block of Southwest Parkway.