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.

Blinn College freshman dies suddenly

BRENHAM -- Blinn College freshman Jason G. Mouton, a liberal arts major from Houston, passed away Tuesday night after collapsing on the Brenham campus.

Red Cross volunteer accused of stealing more than 117K from organization

A Red Cross volunteer was arrested for theft Tuesday for crimes that took place between January and September 2012.

Meet ‘Ultimate Fighter’ Competitor and Fort Hood Soldier, Colton Smith, at Backbone NCO Lounge’s ‘Ultimate Fighter’ Watch Party

FORT HOOD, TX 9 October 2012 - Experience the UFC like never before! Catch an episode of the ‘Ultimate Fighter’ with one of the competitors, Fort Hood's very own SSG Colton Smith, at the Backbone NCO Lounge (37th Street, Bldg.

A&M breaks ground on Phase 1 of new equine initiative

COLLEGE STATION -- Crews at Texas A&M broke ground today on an $80-million center that will eventually become a world-renowned equine initiative benefiting the college, its students and the equine industry world-wide.

Rose Rodriguez takes plea deal, gets 4 years in jail

BRAZOS COUNTY -- A Bryan woman is sentenced to four years in prison after pleading guilty to 10 different felonies.

Central Texas health officials urging everyone to get their flu vaccine

Flu season is kicking off, and that means it's time to get your annual flu shot. Because, according to Central Texas Health Officials, if you wait until you catch the "bug", it could be too late.