Updated: 06/13/2011 - Less than 24 hours after meeting with President Barack Obama at the White House, Congressman Bill Flores said there is common ground being found in the battle over the budget, although a rift still must be overcome.
Posted: 06/01/2011 - All three recalls of sitting councilmembers failed in May's general election in College Station. Now, a group put together by the city council is examining whether the charter should be amended on that issue. Wednesday, you have a chance to make your voice heard.
Updated: 06/01/2011 - State lawmakers will have another item on their slate during the legislative special session --- congressional redistricting. (Interactive Map Inside)
Updated: 05/31/2011 - The 82nd Legislative Session is not quite over - instead lawmakers will be heading back to the capitol to take up some unfinished business. Governor Rick Perry declared a special session to start at 8a.m. Tuesday in Austin.
Posted: 05/28/2011 - A bill that required college students to be vaccinated against meningitis has been signed by Governor Rick Perry and has become law immediately.
Posted: 05/27/2011 - Texas Gov. Rick Perry says he will consider seeking the Republican nomination for president.
Posted: 05/27/2011 - Gov. Rick Perry is scheduled to sign into law a measure that requires Texans to show photo identification before voting.
Updated: 05/21/2011 - Negotiators reached an agreement on a two-year $80.6 billion Texas state budget that makes billions in cuts and will likely result in massive state layoffs, legislative leaders announced Friday.
Posted: 05/20/2011 - Legislation to allow people with concealed handgun licenses to carry guns into college classrooms has hit a roadblock.
Updated: 05/20/2011 - Texans who want to catch catfish using only their bare hands would be able to do so legally under legislation approved by the state Senate.
Posted: 05/19/2011 - The Texas Legislature has reached agreement on public school funding but is still hammering out a deal on higher education.
Updated: 06/13/2011 - The last year-plus has seen a large amount of contentious debate in College Station. It's something the three candidates who won seats on the city council Saturday said they would work towards curbing moving forward.
Updated: 05/17/2011 - Saturday's election may be over, but the questions are just beginning to be answered regarding a plane and its banner circling over College Station on Election Day. The husband of a sitting city councilmember made a contribution in the same amount as the banner's cost.
Updated: 05/15/2011 - Efforts to recall the College Station Mayor and two council members failed by a large margin.
Updated: 05/16/2011 - Citing overwhelming odds against her and a desire for taxpayer dollars to be spent in ways other than a runoff election, the second place finisher in Saturday night's race for College Station City Council Place 5 has dropped her bid for the office.
Posted: 05/15/2011 - Republicans in the Texas Legislature haven't let rules, traditions or complaints from Democrats get in their way.
Updated: 05/16/2011 - There were barely any clouds in the sky on Election Day in College Station, so voters would have clearly seen a plane pulling a banner urging the now-failed recall of the city's mayor.
Updated: 05/15/2011 - Two of the three contested seats for the College Station city council were decided on Election Night. One will need a runoff to fill it.
Updated: 05/15/2011 - Voters in College Station overwhelmingly said no to the recall propositions for three city councilmembers Saturday night.
Updated: 05/14/2011 - City and school board elections across the Brazos Valley are set to be decided tonight. News 3 will have live coverage on-air and online to bring you the latest results.
Posted: 05/09/2011 - There is only one contested race in the entire election for the City of Bryan, and it's for a seat on the school board.
Updated: 05/04/2011 - The rules of the Texas Senate worked in Senator Steve Ogden's favor as the budget he helped draft won approval in a 19-12 vote Wednesday in Austin.
Updated: 05/03/2011 - State Representative Fred Brown's Bryan-College Station district is getting chopped up a bit under a House-approved redistricting plan.