Updated: 9:10 PM It has long been the talk of Texas A&M students -- crimes against minorities and international students. Now, with it still continuing to occur, the man voted to lead the student body says enough is enough.
Updated: 10:56 AM Brenham and Washington County officials are looking into a proposed regional landfill once again. Both entities want more information before they make a decision, but many residents think the idea stinks.
Updated: 8:48 PM The eye of the storm could just be hitting local police departments.
During Hurricanes Rita and Katrina, College Station and Bryan police departments had all their staff on deck. But did that staffing measure work? And how will the departments pay for it?
Updated: 8:29 PM Six employees from BTU traveled to San Augustine to rebuild power lines destroyed by Hurricane Rita. The team helped restore 98 percent of the city's power and was awarded a key to the city.
Updated: 10:47 PM Details are sketchy out of Washington County, where a man is dead after being shot from his doorstep. Authorities are on the lookout for the suspect or suspects, but witness reports aren't helping matters.
Updated: 9:41 PM Hundreds of visitors from all over the state came to enjoy the Texas Renaissance Festival. But behind the scenes, the Grimes County sheriff and constable's office are working hard to ensure safety. Still some question safety since a man died last year after being stabbed at the event.
Updated: 8:44 PM Local non-profits are finding that red tape is making it hard to help some local Rita evacuees. With many donated items left over from Katrina, you might think Rita survivors would have no problem getting assistance. But that's not the case.
Updated: 11:23 AM Texas A&M football games draw fans from across the region. The hotels are normally packed for the big weekends. Right now, though, they're already full, and those booked into rooms now might not be there Saturday.
Updated: 10:40 AM Thursday marks one month since the wrath of hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans. Earlier this month News 3 spoke with a family who evacuated New Orleans and is now making Bryan their new home.
Updated: 10:53 AM Taxpayer money in College Station may have been pocketed by a city employee and a construction company. But a long-running investigation by CSPD and the District Attorney have those involved heading to trial.