State 7 on 7 tournament moving to Round Rock for 2013

COLLEGE STATION -- The 7 on 7 State Championship Tournament has decided to return to Bryan-College Station in 2014.

New program at Waco ISD offers classes for teen moms and middle schoolers

17-year-old Ashley Cain holds her baby boy in one hand as she works vigorously to complete her last three credits for graduation. "It's a real helpful program," says Cain.

Texas A&M Agrilife hosts "Turf and Landscape Field Day"

COLLEGE STATION -- It was "Turf and Landscape Field Day" in College Station today where hundreds of professionals and local leaders came together to learn about the latest research and methods to keep your grass greener while conservi

Burleson County Sheriff's Office looking for robbery suspect

BURLESON COUNTY -- The Burleson County Sheriff's Office needs your help finding an armed man who allegedly robbed a convenience store early this morning. It happened just before 3:30 at the Cefco store on FM 60 and FM 50.

One killed in Bossier City office shooting

A wanted man who allegedly killed a woman at a local apartment complex Wednesday morning has turned himself into authorities.

Romney lowers expectations for Ryan-Biden debate

During an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer, GOP nominee Mitt Romney suggested his running mate, Paul Ryan is an inexperienced debater.

Stakes get higher in upcoming Biden-Ryan debate

A former senator vs. a congressman. A Catholic vs. a Catholic. A policy wonk vs. an experienced speaker. The elements are in place for an interesting debate between Vice President Joe Biden and Rep. Paul Ryan.

Toyota recalls 7.43 million cars

Toyota Motors announced a global recall Wednesday of 7.43 million cars due to a power window problem that poses a fire risk.

Ex-football player, 'Webster' star Alex Karras dead at 77

Alex Karras, the burly defensive lineman turned actor in the ABC sitcom "Webster," died Wednesday surrounded by his family in their Los Angeles home following a hard-fought battle with kidney disease, heart disease, dementia and stoma

Texas A&M Health Science Center announces management transition

COLLEGE STATION -- Dr. Nancy W. Dickey announced today she is resigning as president of the Texas A&M Health Science Center and vice chancellor for health affairs for The Texas A&M University System, effective immediately.