Updated: 05/15/2013 - A first responder who helped evacuate victims of a deadly explosion at a Texas fertilizer plant has been indicted on a federal firearm charge.
Updated: 09/10/2013 - A former first-responder in the Central Texas town devastated by a deadly plant explosion is to appear in court on allegations that he possessed materials for a pipe bomb.
Updated: 09/10/2013 - Four weeks after a fertilizer plant exploded in Texas, investigators have yet to announce what prompted the fire and touched off the massive explosion that killed 14 people.
Updated: 05/14/2013 - There's been some resolution today on an ongoing debate in Grimes County over who's responsible for paying for fire service. The Navasota Fire Department found the city was paying for $80,000 in fire services outside the city limits. And that began raising questions with Navasota taxpayers.
Posted: 05/14/2013 - COLLEGE STATION, May 14, 2013 — The cause of earthquakes is known: tectonic plates scraping and clashing against each other. Scientists seeking a deeper understanding of the underlying causes of that plate movement turn to Texas A&M University professor Wolfgang Bangerth, a widely respected expert in computational mathematics and mathematical modeling.
Updated: 05/13/2013 - A new method of learning inside the classroom has been proven to fight childhood obesity. Now researchers at Texas A&M are testing the method on adults in the workplace. It involves students and teachers standing at their desks, and it has caught the interest of the Centers for Disease Control.