Updated: 10:16 PM Matt Ockwood says sitting around is not his personality. Born and raised in Plano, he played hockey and rugby growing up, and also worked on a horse ranch. And just as he puts his all into his extracurriculars, it's no different for his duties as Texas A&M's Corps Commander.
Updated: 7:57 PM Brazos County commissioners have reinstated the burn ban that was lifted just a week earlier.
Updated: 10:57 PM In 2004 in the state of Texas there were 1,600 alcohol related traffic deaths, and in over 1,200 of those the driver had a Blood Alcohol Concentration of above .08, the legal limit. These accidents happened at all times, not only at night, posing the question: can you be drunk the next day?
Posted: 4:32 PM Twelve plants worth $20,000 have landed a College Station man in jail facing a third degree felony after police searched his home Monday.
Updated: 9:10 PM The federal court judge that will hear the 12th Man trademark dispute may end up moving the case to an earlier date.
Posted: 11:16 AM The man convicted of torturing a 19-year-old girl to death is set to die Wednesday in Huntsville.
Posted: 11:10 AM The fates of three South Texans remain in the hands of the jury. The three are accused of taking part in smuggling more than 70 immigrants into the Houston area.
Posted: 11:03 AM A Seahawks fan expressed team spirit during what was, perhaps, not the most appropriate time.
Updated: 7:28 AM FEMA is no longer footing the bill for about five-thousand Hurricane Katrina evacuees seeking refuge in hotels.
Posted: 7:25 AM A freak accident while parasailing near Waco has led to the death of an Austin man.
Posted: 9:22 PM There's a new point of light for the Brazos Valley. Ruth Clearfield received a prestigious volunteer award Monday evening, and got if from the man who created it.
Posted: 7:10 PM The CBS show CSI draws as many as 60 million viewers. Lawyers say the effect of the show's popularity is becoming evident on real life criminal trials.
Posted: 3:33 PM Students now tune into their iPod or talk on their cell phone on the way to class, and some students say this is a problem.
Posted: 11:54 AM Outdoor burning is once again legal in Burleson County. Commissioners voted on Monday to lift the burn ban, but officials are urging residents to use caution when burning.
Posted: 10:52 AM The owner of a bus carrying Hurricane Rita evacuees that exploded pleads not guilty.