BCS Chamber hosts 2013 economic outlook conference

Take a drive around Bryan-College Station and you'll see tons of construction projects popping up all over town. "Right now you have several multi-billion dollar projects," said Bryan deputy city manager, Joey Dunn.

Pentagon to open combat jobs to women

The U.S. military is ending its policy of excluding women from combat and will open combat jobs and direct combat units to female troops, CNN has learned.

Bell County man admits killing mother, stepfather

A Bell County man has admitted that he shot his mother and stepfather, according to an arrest affidavit from the Bell County Sheriff's Office.

Woodway teenager attempts to run from cops after drugs found in his vehicle

A Woodway teenager is charged with resisting and evading arrest after police say he was found with controlled substances and attempted to run from authorities.

Teenager charged in Temple murder case

Temple Police have released the identity of a teenager they believe to be responsible for the murder of a 34-year-old Temple man.

Wounded Iraq War Veteran reports wife to Feds for fraud

ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) -- There was a homecoming, Tuesday, for a wounded warrior, who's battle had yet to end.

Scan may detect signs of NFL players' brain disease

LOS ANGELES (CNN) -- An insidious, microscopic protein that has been found in the brain tissue of professional football players after death may now be detectable in living people by scanning their brains.

The laptop/tablet hybrid will never work

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- When Microsoft introduced Windows 8, its goals were ambitious: a single operating system for both computer and tablet.

Southwest charges extra to board first

CNN) -- Want to be the first to board a Southwest Airlines flight? It'll cost you.

Cameron promises referendum on Britain's place in Europe

LONDON (CNN) -- British Prime Minister David Cameron promised Wednesday that a vote would be held on Britain's membership in the European Union, if his party wins the next election in 2015.