Case Keenum to start Sunday against Chiefs

Former Houston Cougar Case Keenum will make his first NFL start at Kansas City after the decision was made to not try to let Matt Schaub play Sunday, coach Gary Kubiak said Thursday.

Nolan Ryan leaving Rangers

Texas Rangers Chief Executive Officer Nolan Ryan today announced his retirement, effective October 31.

BPD on the hunt for armed robber

On Wednesday at approximately 9:00 p.m., the Bryan Police Department responded to a robbery at a Chevron Station located at 2100 South College Avenue.

President calls for new approach after shutdown

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The way business is done in Washington has to change to make a positive difference in the economy, President Barack Obama said Thursday as the federal government reopened for business and discussions began in Congress to reach a l

Girl accused of bullying Florida teen before suicide has an alibi: her father

WINTER HAVEN, Florida (CNN) -- How much bullying does it take to drive a 12-year-old to suicide? The father of the teenage girl in Florida accused of helping do that told CNN's "New Day" on Wednesday that his daughter wouldn't know.

Ex-NFL player Irving Fryar, his mother indicted in mortgage scam

A former NFL player and his mother have been indicted in a scheme to steal more than $690,000 by fraudulently obtaining five home equity loans in six days, according to the New Jersey Attorney General's Office.

Man accused of repeatedly raping woman during her three-month captivity

South Carolina authorities say a convicted sex offender held a woman against her will for three months, repeatedly beating and raping her during the captivity. The Lexington County Sheriff's Department arrested Paul Thomas Rawl Jr. on Tuesday.

9-year-old Las Vegas stowaway to live apart from his parents

A 9-year-old boy who hopped a flight from Minnesota to Las Vegas this month was ordered Wednesday to undergo therapy and to live apart from his parents, for now. According to Nancy Peters, spokeswoman for Hennepin County's Fourth Judicial District

Texas to post names of habitual toll violators online

The State of Texas is trying to recoup more than $27 million in unpaid toll violations by posting the names of their most egregious offenders online.