New traffic signal in Bryan goes live

If you drove around Bryan Thursday you may have noticed a new traffic light. Last week we told you about several new signal upgrades along Briarcrest Drive; Thursday construction crews turned some of them on for the first time.

Doctors used 3-D printer to save baby's life

Doctors in Michigan used a 3-D printer to help save a baby's life. Little Kaiba (kai'-buh) Gionfriddo of Ohio has a rare condition that made it hard to breathe.

College Station reviews water master plan

With new development popping up left and right in the Northgate District, the big question is now, will there be enough water to service everyone? About five years ago the city updated and tweaked their water master plan.

College Station hires help to assist with city manager's workload

In the weeks following the sudden and tragic death of College Station city manager, Frank Simpson, the city has brought in temporary assistance to help handle the workload.

Senator Cornyn challenge's President Obama's Gitmo vision

U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) issued the following statement today responding to the President’s call to ease restrictions on prisoner transfers from Guantanamo Bay:

Annual Waco Memorial Day ceremony moved to Waco Memorial Cemetery this year

For the first time in decades, the Annual Memorial Day Ceremony, held by the McLennan County Veterans Association, will not be held at Rosemound Cemetery.

VIDEO: Once homeless teen now high school's valedictorian

A Georgia teenager who was homeless for years is now her high school's valedictorian. She focused on her studies, despite living in shelters and even her mother's car.

Fort Hood soldier arrested for kidnapping, rape in Austin

A Fort Hood soldier is charged with aggravated kidnapping and sexual assault for reportedly taking an Austin woman and raping her during Austin's Annual South by Southwest Festival.

FEMA disaster assistance available to West residents, deadline to file is June 18

Disaster assistance may be available for losses not covered by insurance for residents in West, Texas.

Baylor lyricist joins with sudents, musicians to issue call for respect

 By blending choruses, empathy and common sense, Baylor University lyricist-poet Terry York and more than 200 elementary school students and adults in choirs have begun an unusual anti-bullying effort.