Texas A&M teams meet with President Trump at White House

Two teams from Texas A&M University met with President Donald Trump at the White House Friday.

Killed in the accident were Refugio Vanegas, 79, and his son Juan Vanegas, 39. Another relative in their truck was also critically injured. Ricardo Vanegas, 42, remains at a local hospital with severe head injuries.

Courses will feature nationally recognized curricula and be offered at the RELLIS Campus.

Two area men were arrested in separate cases.

Video released showing robbery of Bryan convenience store

2,800 rings given out during November Aggie Ring Day

Bryan man arrested for selling meth to informant

Lovelady advances to area with win over Alto

Lexington gets by Brazos in 3A bi district match up

Regents approve tuition/fee increase, property purchases and master plan

Texas A&M Forest Service celebrates successful year

Family gives time through Cards for Seniors

9,000 Texans may be eligible for refunds in Western Union settlement

BTU Government-in-Action Youth Tour application opens

Ex-convict accused of threatening gestures in church arrested

College Station Fire Department shares holiday safety advice

Focus at Four: Remembering Bonfire on the anniversary of the collapse

Aggieland Humane Society Pet of the Week: Subie

Utility lines still blocking 29th Street road project

Snook ISD reacts to proposed bond getting turned down by voters

Alcohol regulators investigating Texas State pledge death

Treat of the Day: College Station ISD Violinists

City of Bryan to seek community input to improve William J Bryan Parkway

Free Music Friday: Yeeha!

Trivia app helps reduce student loan debt

Economic adviser talks tax bill with GOP foe

Leaders praise Rev. Jesse Jackson after health disclosure

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