Updated: 8:38 PM Governor Rick Perry Tuesday issued a disaster declaration as more than 70 wildfires blazed around Texas. Perry's office said 73 fires were being fought as of yesterday, mostly in North and Central Texas.
Updated: 9:25 PM Sunny skies. Temperatures in the mid-70s. Welcome to...late December? Despite the less-than-seasonal conditions, there were quite a few area residents who appreciated the weather the day after Christmas.
Updated: 10:27 AM Area residents are encouraged to bring Christmas trees for recycling from Noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, January 7 to College Station’s Central Park, 1000 Krenek Tap Road, and Bryan’s Haswell Park, 1140 William J. Bryan Parkway.
Updated: 8:37 PM A San Antonio police officer accuses "Desperate Housewives" star Eva Longoria and her boyfriend, San Antonio Spurs guard Tony Parker, of yelling profanities when asked to move their car.
Updated: 9:49 AM Texas faces the possibility of a big-name Republican primary showdown next year.
The March 7 primary for governor likely will pit Comptroller Carole Keeton Strayhorn against incumbent Rick Perry.
Updated: 8:38 PM It was a busy Christmas Eve afternoon for area firefighters, with at least three major fires reported around the Brazos Valley. The largest fire was in Brazos County. Another grass fire was near Calvert in Robertson County, and a third fire was in Grimes County near Bedias.
Updated: 8:40 PM Christmas and Hanukkah were celebrated all over the nation. For many families, both holidays are time for families to come together. And one local soldier made it home to the Brazos Valley just in time to celebrate Christmas with his family.
Updated: 8:46 PM Caldwell residents had some panic-filled moments Saturday as they lost power. City officials tell News 3 a bad connector was to blame for a power outage that affected a small portion of the city.
Updated: 8:41 PM On Christmas Eve Santa Claus makes a mad dash around the globe.
Claus' story of delivering gifts to children around the world has been a timeless classic for centuries. And some local kids want to make sure the tradition doesn't change.
Updated: 8:45 PM Thanks to the new neonatal ICU at the College Station Medical Center, one newborn is celebrating his first Christmas is home. The unit wasn't scheduled to open until after the new year but when a local new born needed special care, the facility opened early.
Updated: 4:37 PM Some new information pertaining to Thursday's major accident on Highway 6. While the cause of the wreck is still under investigation, it's believed to have stemmed from the driver of an SUV failing to control speed.
Updated: 6:43 PM Last weekend, a Bryan police officer on the way to a crime scene collided with another vehicle. So as people prepare to cross towns and counties this weekend, law enforcement wants to reinforce safe driving on the roads.
Updated: 4:27 PM The countdown is on until Christmas and Hanukkah and many are cutting it close when it comes to making holiday purchases. But in today's busy world, waiting until the last minute is not uncommon.
Updated: 7:42 PM All week long we've been telling you about incredible acts of kindness and giving. Thursday was another big gift distribution day for families in need. This one thanks to the Salvation Army and US Marines.
Updated: 4:36 PM Traffic is moving again on Highway 6, but drivers Thursday afternoon and evening faced major delays after a multi-car crash. The final tally had four cars involved, with four people sent to hospitals.