Updated: 10:31 PM Huntsville police are breathing a sigh of relief after the safe return of a newborn baby boy. Authorities say the mother fled the with the baby to prevent CPS from taking custody after she and the baby tested positive for drugs. But the mother may not be charged with a crime.
Updated: 8:52 PM As Leon County prepares to vote on alcohol sales, voters may look at a neighbor to the south to see what a dry county turned wet looks like. It's been one year since Madison County allowed alcohol sales, and things have greatly changed in the past 12 months.
Updated: 10:11 PM A murder trial in Burleson County has been called off after the sudden death of the defendant. William Edward Lawhon of Somerville died Sunday from what his family thinks was a heart attack.
Updated: 9:38 AM College Station city council members seem to have a lot on their plate as of late. In terms of size, a hotel-convention center is one of the biggest, and for the city, the third time may be the charm to get a deal done.
Updated: 12:07 AM Ordinance 2791 bans outdoor drinking on Northgate, and local business owners say it is hurting their businesses. Monday they presented to council their argument for amending the ordinance, but council tabled the discussion.
Updated: 12:00 AM Opinions on the Israeli pullout from Gaza have been mixed. We spoke with one of the most prominent religious leaders in the community about the historic event. This is Rabbi Peter Tarlow in his own words.
Updated: 9:37 PM The second special session of the summer has concluded and lawmakers have still not come to a conclusion on the school finance issue. However, the session was not a total waste of time according to Senator Steve Ogden.
Updated: 12:50 AM From 2001 to 2004, violent crime in Bryan has doubled. Aggravated assault cases are growing steadily. And Bryan PD wants to curb the trend. Their first step is reaching out to residents.
Updated: 8:15 PM It's the first week of school in Bryan and College Station and authorities say some motorists still aren't obeying the rules of school zones. And the number of tickets given this school year is on its way to being higher than last year.