Updated: 2:06 PM College Station has found its next school superintendent, and now it's time to work out a deal.
Updated: 12:26 AM Many people think HIV and AIDS aren't a problem here and won't affect Brazos Valley residents. However, the AIDS Services of Brazos Valley and a few local bands are trying to spread the word about a disease that affects everyone.
Updated: 10:40 PM It's an indication of just how dry it is in the Brazos Valley. There were at least 3 separate grass fires Sunday afternoon.
Updated: 10:25 PM Back from a year in Iraq, the local army reserve unit now has a new soldier in charge.
Updated: 10:39 PM College Station Police say a man who was arrested Saturday morning for breaking into a convenience store with an axe is linked to five different burglaries.
Updated: 9:53 PM He has been a preacher to presidents and a mentor to the masses. For the final time, Reverend Billy Graham is taking center stage to enlighten Christians around the world, and local residents are praising and thanking him.
Updated: 7:11 PM Results of an internal audit for a Sam Houston State University administrator discovered nearly $9,000 misappropriated between September 2002 and December 2004.
Updated: 5:26 PM The 5th amendment gives the government the right to take your property for public use. But in a 5 to 4 decision yesterday, the Supreme Court added economic development to the list reasons. So the question arises, should municipalities take your land for financial gain?
Updated: 4:50 PM A Chappell Hill man is sentenced to seven years in prison for manslaughter after his murder trial ended in a hung jury.
Updated: 8:51 PM It's a missing persons case that could turn into a criminal investigation. After almost a week of looking for 82-year-old Ray Foster, the search is over.
Updated: 10:13 PM College Station's City Council had a full agenda Thursday. Much discussion was considered for the rental property registration program and the conference.
Updated: 5:43 PM A high-ranking Sam Houston State University official is stepping down, amid prior allegations of wrongdoing. Thelma Douglass, Vice President of Student Services, announced her retirement Thursday.
Updated: 10:28 PM A sighting from high above Hearne is the first lead in the case of a local man gone missing, and what investigators found at the scene has turned this case upside-down.
Updated: 8:59 PM Huntsville's city council hopes changes to a dangerous intersection will make pedestrians safer.
Updated: 9:52 PM When it comes to buying over the counter medicine, it's cheaper to buy the generic version. But are you paying less and getting less information on the product?
Updated: 9:40 PM Brazos County Commissioners have approved a burn ban- effective immediately.
Updated: 8:39 PM A&M's blue collar workers will soon be taking home a little more green.