Updated: 8:03 PM Hurricane Dennis has come and gone...but for some victims, the storm is not over yet. A heavy tropical storm season has been predicted, placing the Brazos Animal Shelter on high alert.
Updated: 10:20 AM The recent wage increases for low income workers at Texas A&M were a good start, but not enough. That's according to a local organization who says many working on the aggie campus are living in poverty.
Updated: 4:36 PM Hurricane Dennis came ashore on the Florida Panhandle and Alabama coast Sunday with a 120-mph fury of blinding squalls and crashing waves that followed in the ruinous footprints of Ivan just 10 months ago.
Updated: 7:38 PM Victims of Hurricane Dennis will get help from Texas in the form of Texas Task Force One. The 28-member search and rescue team along with six support personnel left College Station this morning.
Updated: 1:45 PM More than 1 million people from the Florida Panhandle to Louisiana were under evacuation orders. Landfall was expected Sunday afternoon anywhere from the Florida Panhandle to southeast Louisiana.
Updated: 9:34 PM Just because the rain poured last night doesn't mean water shortages have been wiped out. Bryan and College Station are asking people to cut back on outdoor water use this weekend, and the cities need the time to catch up so they're not caught short.
Updated: 12:11 AM Terror has struck again, this time, in the capital of the US's strongest ally. Details surrounding who committed these acts and why are still sketchy, but the attacks in London are causing America's leaders to reexamine our own security.
Updated: 11:49 PM Two years after a child sex abuse scandal, the First Baptist Church Day Care could be shutting its doors.
Pastor Tim Owens is recommending closure, but it will be up to his congregation to decide.