Updated: 11:22 PM The strong storms have started to dissipate across the Brazos Valley. As they exit the area they are leaving behind some brief high winds associated with the dying storms.
Updated: 11:50 AM **UPDATE*** Number of Mid-South Synergy outages down from 7,000.
Updated: 7:14 AM The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration says more than 3,000 people were killed in distracted driving-related crashes in 2010. If people understand the potentially deadly consequences -- why do they still do it?
Updated: 2:28 PM A new art exhibit will spotlight hunger, all in an effort to help raise funds for the Brazos Valley Food Bank.
Updated: 7:04 PM A proposed 650 home development could be in the works and the City of Bryan is also hoping to bring a Walmart Supercenter to the city's west side.
Updated: 2:32 PM The 49-year-old driver was uninjured after rolling his tanker truck Saturday morning on OSR in northeast Brazos County.
Posted: 2:10 PM The following reports were compiled by AgriLife Extension Service for the week of June 12.
Updated: 12:14 PM Recent special education graduate Morgan Baker has already experienced the value of her college education at Texas A&M University, having spent the last two years while working on her undergraduate degree mentoring local students on the importance of a post-secondary education.
Updated: 5:14 PM The Bryan-College Station Eagle has been sold to Berkshire-Hathaway Inc.
Updated: 6:43 PM George H.W. Bush is now just the sixth president in U.S. history to reach the age of 88.
Updated: 11:35 PM Former Texas A&M star John David Crow and Southwest Conference black pioneer Jerry LeVias are among 27 former National Football League players who have joined other NFL retirees in a lawsuit against the league.
Posted: 9:12 PM Starting Tuesday at 8:00 a.m., Bryan's water services crew will start smoke testing of the city's sewer lines.
Updated: 11:15 PM The Salvation Army doesn’t have nearly as many fans in stock as they did last year, and it isn’t because of a lack of donations.
Updated: 8:47 AM Texas Department of Public Safety Troopers have detained one person following a pursuit that ended in College Station.
Updated: 11:29 PM Three accidents tied up traffic in College Station Monday evening.
Updated: 4:45 PM Solutions sometimes can be found in unexpected places. Take, for instance, the bottom of the ocean.
Posted: 12:35 PM A Texas inmate has lost an appeal of his lawsuit claiming Texas prison officials violated his civil rights for denying him prison-supplied dentures.
Updated: 1:18 PM Robert and Doris Kensing of Menard County have created two generous charitable gift annuities and a bequest that will support students and faculty in Texas A&M University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Updated: 11:54 AM A father and son were injured Sunday evening after their golf cart fell off a bridge and into a creek in Conroe, according to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.