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Possible hostage situation ends peacefully

COLLEGE STATION -- Police in College Station were battling what they thought was a hostage situation Thursday night. It turned out to be a standoff between a SWAT team and two people with warrants out for their arrest.

Former Rosebud Chief of Police could face felony charges

The former Rosebud Chief of Police was convicted last night for either tampering with evidence, or lying to police.

Career service providers give advice to college students about employment

With only one month to go until graduation, many students are still scrambling to find a job. However, one study shows employers are hiring nearly 14 percent more graduates this year.

Farmers and consumers fill effects as gas prices rise

WACO -- When gas prices rise, so does everything else. Texas Farm Bureau says farmers and consumers are feeling the pinch.

Bryan baseball coach arrested for relationship with student

On March 24, 2011, the Bryan Police Department received a report that a BISD staff member was having an improper relationship with a student at Rudder High School.

Update: police arrest one man for sexual assault of a child

After investigation and help from the public, Killeen Police arrested 23-year-old Christopher Cowherd. He sexually assaulted the 15-year-old girl, on March 9th, on Bending Trail.

Fans welcome home Aggie champions

COLLEGE STATION -- Wednesday afternoon, Texas A&M welcomed the Aggies back home. Of course, winning the first women's basketball national championship for the school couldn't go on without a huge celebration.

Space X debuts new rocket, hires more employees

MCGREGOR -- If you've heard a loud bomb in McGregor, it's probably Space X testing their new rocket.

2 high school coaches accused of inappropriate relationships with students

Copperas Cove's assistant boys basketball coach, Matthew Doyle, was arrested Monday for sexually assaulting a 16-year-old high school student.

Tuesday wildfire update

Yesterday Texas Forest Service responded to 15 fires for 2,657 acres. Today the Texas Forest Service responded to 8 requests for assistance from local fire departments. New Fires: