Updated: 10:42 PM High definition technology is spreading beyond the TV and into radio.
KAMU-FM, the National Public Radio affiliate licensed to Texas A&M University, previewed the first high definition technology for radio in the Bryan-College Station area.
Updated: 4:27 PM Texas A&M basketball head coach Billy Gillispie and Aggie Director of Athletics Bill Byrne announced Friday that Coach Gillispie has agreed to a new contract with Texas A&M University.
Posted: 1:04 PM A local cable company and community are joining forces to help one of its own.
Suddenlink Media is hosting a benefit for commercial producer Ace Brooks on Saturday, March 31 at Arena Hall off Tabor Road.
Posted: 12:52 PM Mr. Gary F. Sera was named interim director of the Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) Friday by The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents. He will begin work immediately, reporting to Dr. G. Kemble Bennett, vice chancellor of engineering for the A&M System and dean of engineering at Texas A&M University.
Updated: 11:07 AM Judges could seal search warrant information for up to 60 days -- to protect victims, witnesses or key evidence -- under a bill OK'd by the Texas Senate. The measure now goes to the House.
Updated: 5:01 AM Storms moving across North Texas brought up to seven inches of rain in areas and led to numerous high-water rescues on flooded roads yesterday evening. No injuries were reported. A Corsicana police official says they had a lot of street flooding and rescued several people from their cars.
Updated: 2:11 AM Member schools of the Texas A&M University System made their sales pitches Thursday. Representatives of each A&M campus were in College Station to explain their budget requests to the Board of Regents.
Updated: 9:12 PM A local company is now under a watchful eye after a top executive resigned following questionable stock options. It's a scandal that experts say could put the integrity of the O.I. Corporation at risk.
Updated: 8:27 AM More than $54,000 was awarded to Bryan ISD teachers and staff Thursday by the Bryan ISD Education Foundation.
The "Prize Patrol" made surprise visits to nine campuses as part of the 2007 Grants To Teachers program.
Updated: 1:32 AM 12th Man Foundation Executive Director Miles Marks announced in his weekly 12th Man Newsletter that Texas A&M men's head basketball coach Billy Gillispie has reaffirmed his commitment to the University's basketball program. It's the first official word we have received following 4 days of speculation on Gillispie's future at A&M.
Updated: 5:07 AM TXU says it's cutting electric rates by six percent as part of a pending 32 (B) billion dollar acquisition by private investors. The rate reduction will affect about one-point-three (M) million TXU Energy customers -- beginning with their next monthly bill.
Updated: 5:03 AM At least three people were injured in the Texas Panhandle as storms that brought hail, rain and high winds, spawned several tornadoes. National Weather Service officials in the Panhandle said numerous tornadoes touched down last night.
Updated: 6:16 PM There has been a turnover at the top of a College Station company. President and Chief Executive Will Botts has resigned from O.I. Analytical following a company investigation into stock option procedures.
Updated: 2:49 PM A Brazos County man is in jail following an armed standoff with Robertson County authorities. Dwight Rabe, 52, was taken into custody after officers stormed the home on Highway 79 north of Franklin.
Updated: 8:52 PM State lawmakers have approved a bill that would give Texans more legal ground to use force in defending their homes against intruders. It's the first bill of the 80th legislative session signed into law by Governor Rick Perry.
Updated: 5:01 AM State health officials have issued a warning asking people to limit their consumption of three species of fish from two East Texas lakes. Health authorities issued the warning after lab tests detected elevated levels of mercury in the three species.
Updated: 4:57 AM A 1997 carjacking in San Antonio left an Air Force officer dead and the convicted gunman facing execution tonight. No late appeals are planned for 28-year-old Vincent Gutierrez. He was condemned over the abduction and killing of Captain Jose Cobo.