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Bryan man found with more than one pound of pot

BRYAN -- A Bryan man is in jail tonight after police found more than $1,700 and a pound of marijuana in his car.

Top pick Claiborne working out with Cowboys

Former LSU Tiger Morris Claiborne is getting his first taste of professional football. The Shreveport native is now just a couple hours from home playing for the Dallas Cowboys.

ETX mother who stoned children released from court-ordered mental health facility

SMITH COUNTY — The East Texas woman who stoned two of her children to death and seriously injured another has been released from her court-ordered mental health facility, according to Smith County court documents obtained by KWKT.

Baby spinach recalled over salmonella concerns

(CNN) — Consumers need to check their refrigerators because some organic baby spinach is being recalled after random testing found possible salmonella contamination in a finished package of spinach, according to a recall alert published o

Red Cross Offers Tips on How to Have a Safe Memorial Day Weekend

AUSTIN, TX, Thursday, May 24, 2012 — Memorial Day weekend is just ahead and for many it may mean taking to the highway for a quick vacation, breaking out the grill for some outdoor cooking, or taking that first dip in the pool.

Local group protests mental health care for soldiers

FORT HOOD -- Today a local group of veterans stood outside Fort Hood to spread awareness about mental heath care for soldiers.

Vietnam veterans featured in Fort Hood Phantom Warrior Week ceremony

It was a day of awards and reflection.

Local man sentenced for death of Lorena football player

WACO -- A Waco teenager is headed to prison after being sentenced for the shooting death of a Lorena High School football player.

Police investigate man found shot to death in rural home

FALLS COUNTY -- Police have identified a man found  shot to death in the small town of Otto. 50-year-old Craig Holland was found dead in his home around 3:30 a.m. Thursday.

Thousands watch the Plaza Hotel implosion

COLLEGE STATION -- After months of waiting the day finally arrived when one of College Station's biggest eyesores, the Plaza Hotel, came down with a bang.