Despite deaths, Muslim Brotherhood vows to continue protests in Egypt

CAIRO (CNN) -- The Muslim Brotherhood said Thursday that nothing will stop its "glorious revolution" in Egypt -- not even the deaths of more than 500 people killed in the country's bloodiest day in recent history.

Avoid the 'back-to-school plague'

As a first-grade teacher, Julie Miller is exposed to a horrifying number of germs on a daily basis. "I've been thrown up on; they sneeze and cough on me.

Now you can ask Google more about ... you

Next time you wonder, "What am I doing today?" just ask Google. The all-knowing search engine is introducing new voice searches that let you ask questions about ... you.

Brazos Valley Food Bank holds 29th annual Feast of Caring

Hundreds came out to the Brazos Center Wednesday to enjoy a free meal all for a good cause. The Brazos Valley Food Bank hosted its 20th annual Feast of Caring, a fundraiser to raise awareness about the serious issues of hunger.

Former Collin Street Bakery comptroller accused of stealing nearly $17M

The former comptroller for a well-known Central Texas fruitcake company is facing a federal charge and allegations of embezzling millions from the business over the course of an eight year period.

Bryan man arrested after failed robbery attempt

A failed attempt at a robbery landed a Bryan man in jail. Police say Artemio Deleon walked into the Sun Rise Food Mart off Leonard Road Monday night with a hand written note demanding money.

Two arrested on forgery charges

Two men are in jail for trying to cash stolen checks at several Bryan-College Station banks.

Briarcrest to be closed Thursday morning for accident reconstruction

Heads up Bryan drivers: a road closure Thursday morning could affect your morning commute.

McLennan commisioners pass preliminary property tax

Residents of McLennan County could see a roughly 5% property tax increase if the commissioner’s court approves the measure later this month. The court passed a preliminary tax increase by a vote of 3-2 on Tuesday.

Johnny Manziel graces cover of Texas Monthly

Johnny Football is a hot commodity despite allegations that he signed memorabilia for money. And now the Heisman trophy winner is gracing the cover of Texas Monthly.