Death sentences over Egypt football riot spark new protests

Two people were killed and at least 15 injured Saturday in Cairo, officials said, as Egyptians in two rival cities took to the streets to vent their anger over court verdicts in a controversial case involving deadly riots at a soccer game.

Venezuela: Will 'Chavismo' survive?

Hugo Chavez's 14 years as president of Venezuela were so personality-driven that the movement behind him became known as "Chavismo."

Chimney raised over Sistine Chapel as cardinals prepare for conclave

Vatican workmen scaled the roof of the Sistine Chapel Saturday, as they installed the chimney which will release the black or white smoke that signifies whether a new pope has been elected.

Teeny-tiny Portland park has an itsy-bitsy theft

The last time Mill Ends Park was in the news, it was full of teeny-tiny plastic police officers, a whole lot of teeny-tiny protest signs, and one scrawny evergreen tree.

RG3 honored at street dedication ceremony

Robert Griffin has had an amazing two-year span: A Heisman trophy, an NFL Rookie of the Year award and now he’s getting his own road.

Possible gas explosion obliterates house

A Bruceville-Eddy family is now without a home after an explosion destroyed their house late last night. Police rececived a 9-1-1 call around midnight on Thursday.

Dog dies in Bryan apartment fire

A handful of Bryan residents are displaced after a fire rips through their Northgate apartment unit.

CS man sentenced in 2012 New Year's day shooting

A College Station man who accidentally shot his friend on New Year's day more than a year ago has been sentenced.

Bryan movie theater employee arrested for theft

A Premiere Cinema employee in Bryan is caught stealing while on the job. Police say 22-year-old Dennis Fields reportedly stole more than $17,000 over a course of five months from the Bryan movie theater.

Army, Marines Stop New Tuition Assistance Enrollments

WASHINGTON, March 8, 2013 – Budget problems have forced the Army and Marine Corps to cancel the tuition assistance program, service officials said today. Navy and Air Force officials said they are studying the way forward with the program and expe