Texas A&M unveils new accountability website

Last spring, there was significant handwringing about the compilation, release, and amateur analysis of faculty productivity data from the state's leading public universities.

Bachmann endorses Romney

Former presidential candidate Michele Bachmann threw her support behind Mitt Romney on Thursday.

Aggieland Outfitters to say goodbye to Bevo

COLLEGE STATION -- Texas A&M's move to the SEC is official in just a couple of months. So one local store is looking for a unique way to say goodbye to one of A&M's most beloved traditions.

Brazos Co. fire heavily damages home

BRAZOS COUNTY -- A house on the edge of College Station went up in flames last night. The fire ignited just after seven at the home off FM 60.

Class of 2012 will be largest A&M graduating class

COLLEGE STATION -- With graduation about a week away, Texas A&M is preparing for their largest graduating class in university history.

City of Bryan merges CFO positions

BRYAN -- Just one week after the city of Bryan decided to take back power from the BTU general manager and the board, the city has now decided to merge the two CFO's into one position.

Man faces charges in local double shooting

ZABCIKVILLE -- A Bell County man is now facing charges linked to a double shooting in a small town near Temple. 41-year-old Richard Breuer is charged with two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Officers cracking down on spay, neuter ordinance

WACO -- Heads up if you live in Waco city officials are cracking down on a city ordinance that requires pet owners to spay or neuter their animals.

Trial continues for woman charged with killing local fast food worker

HILL COUNTY -- Trial resumed today in a Hillsboro courtroom in the case of a woman accused of  killing a local fast food worker and dumping his body along a highway.

Former NFL player Junior Seau dead at 43

Former NFL linebacker Junior Seau died from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound Wednesday, according to police. He was 43.