Hebert's in College Station forced to move

COLLEGE STATION -- A popular College Station eatery is forced to close its doors to make room for a student housing center being built in its place.

City of Bryan implementing new golf programs

BRYAN -- In an effort to attract more golfers to their municipal course, the city of Bryan is getting creative.

Traffic stop lands man in jail for drugs

BRYAN -- A routine traffic stop in Bryan lands one man in jail after police practically found a pharmacy inside his car.

Veterans Affairs Medical Center announces large staff expansion

Temple, Texas – Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric K. Shinseki recently announced the department would add approximately 1,600 mental health clinicians as well as nearly 300 support staff to its existing workforce.

Remaining charges dropped against John Edwards

The Justice Department has formally dismissed the remaining charges against former presidential candidate John Edwards.

Local winery wins plethora of awards at international competition

Messina Hof, one of the fastest growing and award-winning wineries and resorts in Texas, recently announced its winning wines in the 2012 Lone Star International Wine Competition.

Pew survey: Doubt of God growing quickly among young Americans

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The percentage of Americans 30 and younger who harbor some doubts about God's existence appears to be growing quickly, according to a recent Pew Research Center survey.

'Some success, some failure' in Colorado wildfire fight

Hundreds of residents ordered out of their homes as a massive wildfire advanced on the suburbs of Fort Collins, Colorado, may be allowed to return Wednesday evening, fire officials said.

Two arrested after 56 bruises and bites found on dead child

BATON ROUGE, LA — East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Detectives arrested a man and a woman Tuesday evening for second-degree cruelty to a juvenile after they discovered bruises and bites on their deceased 8-year-old son.

SpaceX vehicle travels to McGregor

Two weeks after Space Exploration Technologies’ (SpaceX) Dragon spacecraft made history as the first commercial vehicle to visit the International Space Station, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden traveled  to McGregor, Texas to see t