College Station police investigate another aggravated robbery

Another aggravated robbery last night in College Station. This time four men are responsible and police say they're still on the loose. The robbery happened in the 2400 block of Pintail Loop just after 9:30 last night.

U.S. Supreme Court looks at whether to take up same-sex marriage

Edith "Edie" Windsor lost her spouse in 2009, her grief compounded by an estate tax bill much larger than other married couples would have to pay.

Salvation Army and TXU partner to provide Christmas for Central Texas single mom

Holiday cheer is already spreading across Central Texas, as The Salvation Army and TXU Energy partner through the “Holiday Cents Program” to bring Christmas to a family that otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford it.

Tyrann Mathieu to enter NFL draft

Despite a rocky year due to drug related issues, Tyrann Mathieu is reportedly entering the NFL draft.

ACLU issues letter defending woman's right to 'middle finger light display'

Sarah Henderson was told by police to remove Christmas lights in the shape of a middle finger, and fined after complaints from neighbors. However, the American Civil Liberties Union says she had every right to put them up.

Four Texans fall 1 number shy of hitting massive jackpot

While Powerball® jackpot winning tickets were sold in Arizona and Missouri, four lucky Texans matched five numbers (5–16–22–23–29) but not the Powerball (6) last night to win $1 million each.

Former President George H.W. Bush hospitalized

Former President George H.W. Bush remains in a Houston hospital Thursday after being treated for bronchitis, his spokesman said.

Fountain Hills pastor peddled drugs

Fountain Hills, AZ  -- A Fountain Hills pastor is accused of peddling drugs and Maricopa County Sheriff's deputies worry some of the victims may be children.

With changes, U.S.-based prisons could handle Gitmo detainees, GAO finds

(CNN) -- Federal prisons and Defense Department correctional facilities in the U.S.

Key U.S. official defends use of drones

BOSTON -- In a rare move, National Security Adviser Tom Donilon on Wednesday publicly defended the United States' use of armed drones in the counter-terrorism fight, calling it a "targeted effort." Donilon addressed their controversial deployment