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Briarcrest widening project nearly complete

It's a day Jim Lewis, owner of Village Foods in Bryan, thought he'd never see. After a year of nightmarish lanes closures and construction, the Biarcrest widening project is almost complete.

Woman arrested for stabbing ex-fiance

A verbal argument between a formerly engaged couple turns violent Tuesday night and now one of the exes is in jail.

Bryan man charged with arson

A Bryan man already behind bars is now facing new charges. The Bryan Fire department obtained a warrant for LaBrison Young Tuesday after a thorough investigation into an apartment fire last month.

Ammonia leak at Lacy-Lakeview fertilizer plant causes small scare

An ammonia leak at a Lacy-Lakeview fertilizer plant had local firefighters and a hazmat crew on alert Wednesday morning.

OU OL, K-State DB named 2013 Senior CLASS Award candidates

Kansas State defensive back Ty Zimmerman and Oklahoma offensive lineman Gabe Ikard were named candidates for the 2013 Senior CLASS Award in collegiate football.

Two 18-wheeler fires wreak havoc on Interstate 35

Two 18-wheeler fires wreaked havoc on Interstate 35 Wednesday. The first came in the early morning when an 18-wheeler blew out a tire at exit 321 near Lorena. A fire spread to the cargo which was a shipment of cowhide.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL NEWS: Notable week 2 matchups

The 2013 Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award Marquee Match-up for week two highlights Davey O'Brien Watch List candidates Aaron Murray and Connor Shaw in a Southeastern Conference showdown.

Louder, longer tests coming to McGregor SpaceX facility

SpaceX is warning McGregor residents of looming tests that should be louder and longer than usual. Officials with the private space exploration company said the tests could come as early as Wednesday night.

Panel finds State Department did not pay enough attention to overseas diplomats resulting in Benghazi attacks

An independent panel has found the State Department has not overall paid enough attention to overseas security for diplomatic posts and called for it to be elevated in importance, several sources familiar with the matter said.