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Federal judge to determine fate of Mississippi's last abortion clinic

A federal judge will decide Wednesday whether Mississippi's only abortion clinic can continue to stay open under a temporary order or whether it should permanently shut its doors under a new state law.

Consumer Alert: utility bill payment scam

A new identity theft scam that is sweeping the country claims that Americans can get federal financial assistance to help cover the cost of their utility bills.

Nine border patrol stations to close; 41 agents to move to posts closer to borders

Nine Border Patrol stations will be closed within the next six months to move 41 agents closer to the southern and northern borders, according to a spokesman for U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Temple boil notice lifted

TEMPLE -- As of 3 this afternoon the boil notice for Temple has been lifted.

Attorney general defends opposition to proposed Texas voter ID law

Attorney General Eric Holder said Tuesday the Justice Department blocked a proposed Texas voter identification law because it would "be harmful to minority voters."

Indecency with a child trial begins in Brazos Co.

BRAZOS COUNTY -- Trial is now underway for the Bryan man accused of sexually assaulting two young girls. Opening arguments began this morning in the case against Willie Griffin Jr. who was arrested back in January of 2010.

TEEX holds 47th annual "Escuela para Bomberos"

COLLEGE STATION -- More than 750 Spanish-speaking firefighters have traveled from all across the world to train here in Central Texas.

Temple police make second significant drug bust in less than a month

TEMPLE -- It's the second largest drug seizure in Temple in less than a month. "It was over 88 pounds of marijuana in pre-packaged plastic and over $13,000 in cash," said Sgt. Brad Hunt, Temple P.D.

Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile again

BRAZOS COUNTY -- For the fourth time in Brazos County in less than two months, mosquitoes have tested positive for West Nile. This time at Sue Haswell Park in Bryan on the north side near William J. Bryan.

Texas named America’s top state for business

AUSTIN – Texas is America’s Top State for Business 2012, according to CNBC’s sixth-annual study that scored all 50 states on 51 measures of competitiveness.