Updated: 11:59 PM Recent studies show divorce rates and alcohol abuse among soldiers returning from war is on the rise. But there are programs trying to keep area soldiers from becoming one of those statistics.
Updated: 11:57 PM Our Saviour Lutheran Church has been a staple in the Bryan College Station community for over 70-years. It started worshipping at the A&M YMCA in the 1930's and then moved to Tauber Street. Now the church has a new home.
Updated: 7:10 AM The cases of Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon and Randal McCloy Jr, the sole survivor of the West Virginia mine tragedy, have put medically induced comas in the spotlight. Here's the survival story of a local woman who suffered a stroke and underwent the procedure.
Updated: 7:12 AM It appears Texas, along with 80 percent of the nation, isn't making the grade when it comes to delivering quality emergency care services. That's according to a new emergency room report card released by the American College of Emergency Physicians. Local health officials react.
Updated: 7:12 AM Between 1975 and 1999 the number of people involved in crashes caused by a driver running a red light rose by 79-percent.
And in 2002 there were 1-point-8 million intersection crashes nationwide.
Now the Texas department of transportation is checking whether or not they have the right to install red light cameras to state roads.
Updated: 7:23 AM Volunteer Firefighter Carl Bishop knew he was going to a house fire that could change his life forever. And he was the first one to arrive at his parents’ house in Normangee which was already in flames. The fire took the life of his father, and severely injured two others.
Updated: 7:22 AM Students may soon get better educated when it comes to gang violence.
The Bryan Police Department is trying to get a federal grant for gang education in Bryan middle schools.
The grant would fund a program called "GRATE" an education technique to teach 6th graders about gangs.
Updated: 5:25 PM Believe it or not, 209 out of the 254 counties in the state are now under a burn ban. That's the most it's ever been in recent years, leaving many wondering when this winter drought will end. News 3 spoke with the experts and got their predictions.
Updated: 7:46 AM In the aftermath of Saturday's tremendous fire in Robertson County, and with no end to the drought in sight, officials there are facing the harsh realities of all rural Texas counties.