More Headlines

Price to Pay for Progress in Brazos County

Updated: 01/31/2014 - Take a look across a pasture in northern Brazos County, and you are guaranteed to see oil production in action. While the county is profiting from the oil boom, there is a price to pay for progress.

Read More

64-Year-Old Woman Victim of Purse Snatching Theft at CS Wal-Mart

Updated: 02/02/2014 - A 64-year-old woman and business owner became a victim of a purse snatching yesterday in the parking lot of the College Station Walmart. And an armed robbery happened in that same parking lot within the last two weeks. In this latest case, the thief got away with the victim's bank deposit bag that contained nearly a thousand dollars.

Read More

Texas A&M Gets a Tuition Hike

Updated: 01/31/2014 - The Texas A&M System Board of Regents approved raising tuition at the College Station campus along with the Health Science Center and Texas A&M- Galveston.

Read More

TEEX Helps NJ and NY Officials, Responders Prepare for 2014 Super Bowl

Posted: 01/30/2014 - As fans travel to MetLife Stadium for Super Bowl XLVIII on Feb. 2, local transportation officials and responders in New Jersey and New York will be prepared for any emergency, thanks in part to training from The Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX).

Read More

Texas A&M University Police Welcomes New Police Officers

Posted: 01/30/2014 - The Texas A&M University Police Department would like to welcome new Police Officers Garret Hudson and Christopher Brown to the department. Officers Brown and Hudson were sworn in on January 29, 2014 by Chief J. Michael Ragan.

Read More

U.S. Debt Experts Weigh In On Spending at Lecture

Updated: 01/30/2014 - Former Bill Clinton Chief of Staff Erskine Bowles and Retired Wyoming Senator Alan K. Simpson spoke at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center Wednesday.

Read More

Advocates Urge Prison Officials to Reconsider Death Row Isolation

Posted: 01/29/2014 - Unlike other inmates in Texas' sprawling prison system, inmates who receive the ultimate punishment are automatically sent to solitary confinement. On Texas' death row, they spend 23 hours a day in their tiny cells. They can't work, watch television, have physical contact with family members who visit, or access educational or rehabilitative programs.

Read More

Plea Bargain Reached in 2008 Murder

Updated: 01/29/2014 - The man who was accused of killing a Houston-area man in a Hearne hotel room back in 2008 pleaded no contest to criminal negligent homicide this week.

Read More

Local Girl Scout Troop Holding Social Media Etiquette Seminar

Updated: 01/29/2014 - Social media is a quick and easy way to share news and thoughts with your inner circle. But for some people, the technology fulfills an insatiable need to be connected 24 hours a day. The dangers and disturbing lack of manners online can have a major emotional impact on anyone, including the younger generation.

Read More
KBTX-TV Channel 3 4141 E. 29th Street Bryan, TX 77802 Phone: (979) 846-7777 Fax: (979) 846-1490 News Fax: (979) 846-1888
Copyright © 2002-2015 - Designed by Gray Digital Media - Powered by Clickability
Gray Television, Inc.