Fort Hood soldier killed in Monday car wreck

Fort Hood officials have released the name of a Soldier who died of injuries sustained in an automobile accident Sept. 24 in Harker Heights, Texas.

Fort Hood soldier found unresponsive in barracks

Fort Hood officials have released the name of a Soldier who was found unresponsive in her barracks room Sept. 20. She was transported to Carl R. Darnall Medical Center and was pronounced deceased the same day.

Singer Andy Williams dies at the age of 84

UPDATE (10:43am): Legendary singer Andy Williams, known for his smooth voice and classics such as "Moon River," died after a year-long battle with bladder cancer at his Branson, Missouri, home Tuesday night, his family said.

Oxford Economics: BCS would lose $86M if A&M home games are moved

Gameday weekends in College Station mean big bucks for the local economy. But what would happen if those home games weren't played in Aggieland?

Man arrested in Bryan for armed robbery

BRYAN -- A Bryan man is arrested for robbing two men at gun point in his own neighborhood. Police say it happened last night just before 11:30 in the 400-block of Lake Street.

Early morning fire destroys Brazos County home

BRAZOS COUNTY -- A house fire in Brazos County destroys a family's home. Four fire departments battled the blaze that started just after 1:30 this morning on the 8700 block of Mark Street.

Grimes Co. murder supsect now in custody

GRIMES COUNTY -- The man accused of shooting and killing his neighbor during a fight over property lines is finally in custody.

Authorities release sketch of alleged rape suspect

Killeen Police release a sketch of a man who is responsible for sexually assaulting a female in her residence on July 24, 2012.

NFL admits Green Bay should have won, won't overturn call

Sputtering frustration over replacement officials in the National Football League burst into full-open revolt after a controversial end-zone call that decided the fate -- wrongly, it turns out -- of Monday night's game between the Green Bay

Texas A&M Forest Service: 301 million trees killed by drought

A Texas A&M Forest Service survey of hundreds of forested plots scattered across the state shows 301 million trees were killed as a result of the devastating 2011 drought.