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Posted: $formattedDate - Former Gov. Rick Perry is expected to announce June 4 in Dallas he is running for president in 2016.
Posted: $formattedDate - Part of the erotic movie "Fifty Shades of Grey" was shown in a West Virginia high school classroom this week after students convinced their teacher to let them watch it as a reward for good work.
Posted: $formattedDate - The Texas House has voted to issue A through F grades to rate public schools' academic performance - but its plan features far different criteria than a similar, Senate-approved proposal.
Posted: $formattedDate - Police say an Albuquerque woman who posed as a firefighter has been arrested for shoplifting.
Posted: $formattedDate - Teachers at one Central Texas elementary school have rewarded their students for finishing their end-of-year tests by performing a series of escalating dares - including eating live worms.
Posted: $formattedDate - The West Texas town of Big Spring is among those that will see part of the Jade Helm 15 military exercise that has alarmed some Texans concerned about a federal takeover.
Updated: $formattedDate - Here's a look at what's happening around the Brazos Valley this weekend!
Posted: $formattedDate - Blues legend B.B. King has died in Las Vegas at age 89, his daughter confirmed to CBS News.
Posted: $formattedDate - Get it before it's gone. That seems to be the approach TV viewers are taking to David Letterman's show.
Posted: $formattedDate - City attorney Bryan Russ resigned Wednesday as Pee Wee Drake announced he's resigning after nearly nine years as city manager.
Updated: $formattedDate - Looking back to a slower time in Bryan & College Station's past, two communities used to sit along what we now know as South College Avenue.
Posted: $formattedDate - The Amtrak train that derailed in Philadelphia accelerated rapidly in the final full minute before it headed into a sharp curve and crashed.
Posted: $formattedDate - Republican Gov. Greg Abbott says the end to a lengthy standoff over tax cuts between the House and Senate appears within reach.
Posted: $formattedDate - The Texas House has voted to criminalize the posting of so-called revenge porn, or putting explicit images online with the intent to embarrass a former lover or spouse.
Updated: $formattedDate - Texas A&M architecture students have designed and built two tiny houses for the homeless.
Posted: $formattedDate - The Texas House wants to stop most state agencies from asking job seekers about their criminal history on their initial application.
Updated: $formattedDate - Grimes County Sheriff Don Sowell has had an impressive law enforcement career, and those who know him consider him a gentleman and lawman who proudly wears the badge.
Updated: $formattedDate - For decades, local farmers had Downtown Bryan to sell what they had grown. Now, today's farmers will have it as an option each week.
Updated: $formattedDate - A suburban Dallas man is accused of lying to federal agents about whether he supported the leader of the Islamic State group.
Updated: $formattedDate - Blue Bell Creameries has signed agreements with health officials in Texas and Oklahoma requiring the company to inform the states whenever there is a positive test result for listeria in its products or ingredients.
Updated: $formattedDate - The delegation had a successful trip and is heading home Thursday afternoon.
Posted: $formattedDate - Philadelphia Mayor Michel Nutter says all passengers and crew members have been accounted for two days after the deadly Amtrak crash.
Updated: $formattedDate - Police say residents are receiving calls from someone saying they work for the City and need to verify account information. They are then asked for credit card numbers and other personal information.
Updated: $formattedDate - Click here for a list of the most popular baby names in Texas in 2014.