Bill Gates and his wife give $1 million to gun control push

Microsoft founder Bill Gates and his wife Melinda have together donated $1 million to the Washington Alliance for Gun Responsibility, a gun control advocacy group, according to its most recent financial report with Washington State.

Police: Gun instructor killed after shooting by girl

A gun instructor, who deputies said was shot Monday when a 9-year-old girl handled an automatic Uzi, died of his injuries.

Texas Hospital Association discuss program that could help provide Texans health coverage

The Texas Hospital Association held a townhall meeting at St. Joseph's today to talk about a program to help provide Texans health coverage. The program is called the Texas Way.

Blinn awarded grant from Texas Workforce Commission

Blinn has been awarded a grant from the Texas Workforce Commission to trail almost 200 Bryan employees.

College Station City council unable to reach agreement to regulate E-Cigarettes

After discussions Monday the College Station City council was unable to reach an agreement to regulate electronic cigarettes.

Deputies begin cracking down on school zone violations

It’s that time of year again, where students will start waking up early for the new school year.

Baylor University tries to accomodate students with high number of tickets dispersed

Tickets were up for grabs Sunday afternoon at 5 p.m. to Baylor students for the opening game against SMU. Those tickets were all gone in less than an hour, and some students and their parents are upset over not receiving tickets.

Cellphone captures terrifying video of boat crash

Two men are recovering after a high-speed crash during a boat race in Missouri. Authorities say the wind caused them to lose control and go airborne.

Boy stumbles upon an ancient arrowhead on a New Jersey beach

Ten-year-old Noah Cordle kicked off his summer vacation by dipping his toes into the Atlantic Ocean, only to make an ancient discovery when a sharp object hit his foot. "It felt like a crab, so I jumped backward," said Cordle, who was vacationin

Armed to Teach: Argyle ISD Sticks to Its Gun Policy

ARGYLE (KDAF) -- ARGYLE — It's safe to say Argyle ISD is ready to start the school year with guns blazing.