Updated: 11:30 PM 200 brand new toys were given away to hurricane Katrina evacuees Tuesday morning. It was all thanks to the CBS Early Show, United Way, and Wal-Mart. It put a smile on a lot of kid’s faces.
Updated: 6:51 AM A College Station woman has died while in the custody of Brazos County Sheriff's deputies. Sheriff Chris Kirk tells News Three the unidentified woman died of an apparent drug overdose.
Updated: 1:25 AM Scary moments Sunday morning for a Bryan police officer responding to a call of an assault in progress. Police say the officer was westbound on Villa Maria shortly after 9 a.m. when the driver of a southbound vehicle on College Avenue failed to yield to the officer's cruiser.
Updated: 1:43 AM A College Station man is in Brazos County Jail, accused with pulling a knife on his wife. Police say Richard Edward Cornelius, 50, and his wife were arguing early Sunday morning when he allegedly attacked his wife and then brandished a knife.
Updated: 1:25 AM A busy Christmas travel week is underway and gas prices are up both in Texas and across the country. The latest Lundberg Survey of gas stations nationwide shows the average prices nationwide is $2.24. In Texas, the average price per gallon is $2.14.
Updated: 1:26 AM Two Saturday morning drug busts in College Station led to the arrests of three men. It started shortly before 7 a.m. in the 2000 block of Longmire Drive, and continued down the street in the 2700 block of Longmire.
Updated: 10:09 PM The newly-announced hotel-convention center in College Station has leaders dreaming of a new influx of dollars coming our way. They believe spending $25 million will bring that and more to the community.
Updated: 6:01 PM The owner of the dogs that mauled a Thorndale woman to death has been ticketed.
Jose Hernandez is charged with six counts of failure to vaccinate his dogs, which is a Class C misdemeanor.
Updated: 1:27 AM United States Attorney Chuck Rosenberg announced Friday that Royce Allen, 39, of College Station, Texas, has been convicted of filing a false claim with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for Hurricane Katrina Disaster Funds and mail fraud.
Updated: 1:27 AM United States Attorney Chuck Rosenberg announced Friday the unsealing of a 26 count indictment, returned December 14, 2005, charging Lisa Camarillo Smith, 34, of Bryan, Texas, with 12 counts of mail fraud and 14 counts of wire fraud arising from a fraudulent "Genetic Research Program" investment scam.
Updated: 1:11 PM 115 women were killed last year because of domestic violence, and it’s during the holidays when the violence increases. One local facility is over capacity because of recent incidents.