A&M system lands major federal biosecurity contract

A Texas A&M University System-led team has won a major federal contract to develop one of three new national centers — the only one led by a public university system — for developing and manufacturing medicine and vaccines to re

DPS urges drivers to move over, slow down for tow trucks

AUSTIN – This week the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) will place special enforcement emphasis on the addition of tow trucks to the Move Over/Slow Down law, which requires motorists to move over or slow down when certain vehicles

Over 5 million Jeep vehicles under investigation for deadly fires

NATIONAL NEWS (CNN) — More than five million Jeep vehicles are being investigated by the federal government for deadly fuel-tank fires caused by rear-impact collisions.

Border patrol agents rescue migrant from swift water in American canal

EL PASO — U.S. Border Patrol agents conducted a swift-water rescue operation in the American Canal yesterday in an incident that nearly claimed the life of one migrant.

Texas man arrested for burglary spree in Louisiana

LAKE CHARLES, LA — On June 12 at approximately 3:30 a.m., Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies were dispatched to a gas station on Gulf Highway in Lake Charles in reference to a burglary alarm that had been triggered.

A&M Children's Center teacher arrested

COLLEGE STATION -- A Becky Gates Texas A&M Children's Center teacher is facing felony charges into allegations that she hurt a child and the whole thing was caught on camera.

Heat has greater effects on adults than children

WACO -- If you're spending time outside, sunscreen, a hat and water are all good defenses against the heat, but doctors warn it's not just the temperature you should be worried about.

CS man arrested for sending nude pictures to a minor

COLLEGE STATION -- A College Station man finds himself in jail tonight after police say he sent nude photos of himself to a minor.

Texas helps New Mexico with wildfire response

AUSTIN - At the request of New Mexico state emergency management officials, Gov.

CS city council putsLick Creek nature area plans on hold

COLLEGE STATION -- It's been four years since College Station voters approved bonds to build a nature center at Lick Creek Park.