Neighbors react to new homeless camps in Seattle

Seattle, WA (KCPQ) -- One day after the city's deadline to close Nickelsville, all of the homeless residents of that tent city have moved to three new locations throughout Seattle. Most neighbors are taking a wait-and-see attitude.

After Cuba-Florida feat, Diana Nyad to swim 48 hours in New York

With her decades-long dream of swimming from Cuba to Florida achieved, Diana Nyad is setting her sights on her next challenge. "I am through with the ocean," she told CNN's "New Day" Tuesday. "Never going to be seasick again!

A 94-year-old angler has another great fish story to tell

Moses Lopez spent his early days hunting with a slingshot. He mostly bagged rabbits and squirrels and was handy with a rod and reel as well.

Super Bowl roadblocks: These teams are poised to keep Texans from winning it all

Texans owner Bob McNair and defensive end J.J. Watt straight out said it. Wide receiver Andre Johnson and offensive tackle Duane Brown dropped hints.

4.1 earthquake reported in ETX

According to the United States Geographical Survey, a 4.1 has shaken parts of East Texas.

Labor Day weekend proves to be busy fire weekend

It may be a holiday and a day off from work for most but not everyone got to celebrate. Bryan-College Station fire crews stayed busy this weekend with three separate fires including two Monday.

College Station man charged with assaulting female officer

A College Station man under arrest for driving while intoxicated is facing new charges for what police say he did while officers tried to take him into custody.

CSPD looking for robbery suspect

A College Station man is robbed at gunpoint and now police need your help identifying the suspect. The robbery happened at around 10:30 Sunday night in a parking lot near Harvey Road and George Bush Drive.

More than 650 new Texas laws went into effect September 1st

During the last Texas legislative session, more than 1,573 bills were signed into law by Governor Rick Perry.

Texas law enforcement agencies now allowed to sell confiscated guns

A new law now allows law enforcement agencies across Texas to sell guns that have been confiscated to law abiding citizens.