One man dead after Hearne officer-involved shooting

Today was supposed to be a day of celebrating the New Year and new possibilities but instead, the community of the Columbus Village Apartments in Hearne is trying to remember a man who they say was wrongfully shot and killed by police Sunday mo

Police find nearly two pounds of pot during routine traffic stop

A routine traffic stop Sunday morning lands one College Station man in jail after police find nearly two pounds of pot inside his car.

2012's top political stories historic and hysterical

Picking the top 10 moments of an election year is like finding your favorite grain of sand on the beach -- there is an impossible number of possibilities.

Police looking for five suspects who shot at a CS home

College Station police need your help finding five men who they say shot at a house Sunday.

Last checks go out for 2 million jobless

Some 2.1 million jobless Americans are receiving their last federal unemployment checks this week if Congress doesn't extend the deadline to file for extended benefits.

Hillary Clinton hospitalized after doctors discover blood clot

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was hospitalized Sunday after doctors discovered a blood clot during a follow-up exam related to a concussion she suffered this month, her spokesman said.

Local fireworks sales up, despite less holiday spending in stores this year

Sales may have not been great at the department stores this holiday season, but fireworks stands say they're seeing quite the contrary.

Kim Kardashian pregnant with Kanye's baby

he Twitterverse exploded early Monday after everyone's favorite bad-boy rapper Kanye West announced that his girlfriend, the famous-for-being-famous Kim Kardashian, was pregnant.

Father claims Connecticut shooter Adam Lanza's body

The father of Sandy Hook Elementary School shooter Adam Lanza claimed his body last week, a family spokesman said.

Congress in Sunday session as 'fiscal cliff' talks stall

Senate Republicans and Democrats remain far apart in their effort to avert a year-end combination of spending cuts and tax increases that could trigger a new recession, Majority Leader Harry Reid said Sunday.