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Brazos Co. crime Stoppers looking for Bryan man

BRAZOS COUNTY -- Brazos County Crime Stoppers are looking for a man and they need your help. 45-year-old Pedro Rodriguez Castillo is wanted for exposing himself to a young child in Bryan.

College Station man arrested for robbery

COLLEGE STATION -- A College Station man is behind bars tonight for allegedly robbing a gas station convenience store last night.

Accidental death rate for children lowers

WACO -- In the United States one child dies every hour from an unintentional injury but according to the Centers for Disease Control that rate is decreasing.

United Way of Brazos Valley selects interim director

COLLEGE STATION -- The United Way of the Brazos Valley Board of Directors announced Bob Fleischer has been hired as the Interim President and CEO. Bob brings more than 17 years of United Way experience to this local organization.

Whooping cough continues to spread

WACO -- There are now 25 confirmed cases of Pertussis... or whooping cough, in McLennan County. Nineteen are in the Robinson area, three are in Midway and three others are in undisclosed locations.

Group of Aggie students chase storms to learn

COLLEGE STATION -- This year has been one of the stormiest on record.

Doctor: exercise helps reduce stress during tax deadline

BROWNSVILLE — A South Texas heart doctor and personal trainer have some tips to stay calm and collective during the stressful tax deadline.

The end of Twinkies!?!?

NEW YORK — The maker of Twinkies and Wonder Bread heads to court Tuesday to try to throw out its union contracts, in a battle that leaves the iconic baker's future very much in doubt.

Space shuttle Discovery arrives in Washington

(CNN) The space shuttle Discovery took its last flight Tuesday from Florida's Kennedy Space Center to Washington, where its final destination will be the Smithsonian.

Teens confidence over financial future drops

WACO -- Financial woes aren't exclusive to adults. A new study shows 56 percent of teenagers do not believe they will be as financially stable as their parents.