Beef recall for meat in 'National School Lunch Program'

Central Valley Meat Company, a Hanford, Calif., establishment, is recalling approximately 89,720 pounds of ground beef that may contain small pieces of plastic, the U.S.

Anthrax case confirmed in 2 TX Sable Antelopes

According to the Texas Animal Health Commission, Anthrax has been detected in two sable antelopes in Edwards County, near Barksdale, Texas. This is the first confirmed case in the state this year.

George Bush Library and Museum closed because of government shut down

A sign sits in front of the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum Tuesday letting would-be visitors know it's shut down until further notice from the government.

Police: Man threatens roommate with machete and revolver

A Bryan man angry at his roommate is now facing an aggravated assault with a deadly weapon charge. 22-year-old Blake Barron was arrested Sunday after officers were called to his apartment off Wellborn Road for a disturbance.

New College Station school zone being enforced

Heads up College Station drivers: there's a new school zone to be aware about. The new school zone is on Harvey Mitchell Parkway in front of A&M Consolidated High School between Nueces Drive and Welsh Avenue.

After 33 years as UT AD, Dodds announces he will step down in August 2014

33-year University of Texas veteran Athletic Director, DeLoss Dodds, announced Tuesday, in a press conference, he will be stepping down in August 2014.

State reaches merger agreement allowing 2 CenTex airports to continue daily departures, arrivals

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott today announced that a settlement agreement has been successfully negotiated with American Airlines and US Airways concerning the proposed merger of the two airlines.

Truckers from across nation driving to D.C. in support of Constitution

A group of truckers from across the United States is organzing a rally to head to Washington, D.C., in support of the United States Constitution.

Heart of Texas Fair and Rodeo starts this Thursday

Preparations are underway at the Heart of Texas fairgrounds, as officials prepare for opening day this Thursday.  

TX veterans slated to visit war memorials in D.C., Cornyn calls for Obama to open them despite government shutdown

World War II and other veterans visiting Washington this week as a part of the Honor Flight Network have been told their war memorials will be closed during their visit due to the federal government shutdown. U.S.