Updated: 7:50 AM An armed robber remains on the loose after a Tuesday night robbery. A clerk at the A&A Quick Stop on Woodville Road says he was held up by a man with a handgun just before 10pm Tuesday.
Updated: 7:51 AM Across the Brazos Valley, the reality of winter heating costs hit home with the arrival of the gas bill from last month's first winter freeze. Some local residents opened their monthly bills to find they had more than doubled.
Updated: 7:49 AM More delays plague the opening of Fire Station Number Five on Greens Prairie Road in College Station. Last year several workers walked off the site saying the general contractor, Stephens Construction based in Texas City, was not paying them. The fire department has been adjusting to the delays.
Updated: 7:48 AM The city of Bryan has a new tool to keep an eye on its employees. A fraud hotline has been created for employees and citizens to anonymously report suspicious or illegal activity by city employees.
Updated: 5:44 PM Robertson County still needs approval to expand two power plants.
If the they get it, the plants could hire over 2,000 workers.
But they're not just sitting back and waiting.
One Robertson County town is getting ready.
Updated: 9:52 AM In a stunning and heartbreaking reversal, family members were told early Wednesday that 12 of 13 trapped coal miners were dead — three hours after they began celebrating news that they were alive.
Updated: 4:36 AM A DPS Trooper was struck and killed over the weekend while conducting a traffic stop near Monahans. 32-year-old Billy Zachary was issuing a citation to a driver when he was hit by a pickup truck on Sunday. Zachary was born and raised in Madisonville.
Updated: 4:36 AM Juveniles in College Station may face the same fate as their peers in Bryan, as the College Station Police Department seriously explores a curfew for that city. It will be up to the city council to decide yes or no.
Updated: 4:05 AM The new year means new laws. For the first time in decades, Texas jurors will get a raise for doing their civic duty. And government officials will be required to be well-versed in open meetings and open records laws. Both decisions hit close to home.
Updated: 4:06 AM The number one new year's resolution is to lose weight and get fit. But studies show most people won't stick to their resolution. Fitness experts say the main reason people lose interest in an exercise program is because they try to do it alone and set unrealistic goals. And while local gyms are preparing for a rush, they are also preparing for would-be resolution breakers.
Updated: 2:17 PM A trooper was struck and killed by a pickup truck while he was conducting a traffic stop on Interstate 20 near Monahans.
The Department of Public Safety says 32-year-old Billy Jack Zachary had two vehicles pulled over around 5 p.m. Sunday.
Updated: 8:39 AM AUSTIN (AP) - Governor Rick Perry kicks off his TV ad campaign
on Monday -- just hours after Comptroller Carole Keeton Strayhorn
announces plans to run either as a Republican or independent.
Updated: 10:28 PM The first New Years baby in College Station came only an hour after midnight Sunday morning. And the first New Years baby in Bryan came a few hours later at St. Joseph Regional Health Center.
Updated: 8:40 AM It was a busy New Year's Eve for both Brazos County Sheriff's deputies and Bryan police. Sheriff's officials say they took about as many calls Saturday night as they do in an entire weekend, or about 100 in all.
Updated: 11:05 PM President Bush's New Year's resolution is to continue to work tirelessly for peace abroad and prosperity at home. The First Family is at the Western White House celebrating the new year.