Posted: 04/22/2007 - Aggies and Longhorns have come together for a very special cause. In the wake of the Virginia Tech tragedy students at both schools are hosting a T-shirt sale with 100% of the proceeds going to the Hokie Spirit Memorial Fund.
Posted: 04/22/2007 - The Brazos County Young Republicans will host a candidate forum Tuesday evening at the College Station Conference Center.
Updated: 04/23/2007 - One week after the Virginia Tech massacre, students at Prairie View A&M University will remember those who lost their lives.
Posted: 04/22/2007 - A childhood game is all the craze, and Sunday afternoon locals gave dodgeball a try for a good cause.
Updated: 04/21/2007 - A Blue Angels pilot died after his jet went down Saturday afternoon during an air show at the Beaufort Marine Corp Air Station in South Carolina. The precision performing planes were in the final minutes of their performance when the aircraft dropped down below the trees and crashed.
Updated: 04/21/2007 - Houston police say the man who shot and killed a fellow employee Friday at the Johnson Space Center before killing himself got a poor job review and feared being fired. An email citing his job deficiencies was found in his lunch bag.
Updated: 04/21/2007 - In celebration of Earth Day, the twin cities are urging residents to live greener. For the 12th year in a row Bryan and College Station hosted Planet Earth Celebrations.
Updated: 04/21/2007 - Nothing but cheers filled the track stadium at A&M Consolidated. Family, friends, teachers, and volunteers lined the sidelines to support over 400 athletes.
Updated: 04/21/2007 - Bryan/College Station rolls out the red carpet for some very special visitors. Ten wounded veterans joined dozens of their fellow comrades-in-arms at Friday's Texas A&M-Oklahoma State baseball game.
Posted: 04/20/2007 - Two new pieces of evidence have Cameron authorities hopeful of solving a pair of sexual assaults.
Posted: 04/20/2007 - It is the end of singer Doug Supernaw's saga in Brazos County. The former country music man has pleaded no contest to a charge of disorderly conduct.
Posted: 04/20/2007 - A fight over a TV on loan was enough to bring COPS in College Station to administer Law and Order.
Updated: 04/21/2007 - He was the man at the forefront of the September 11 disaster, widely recognized for his courage under fire. Now, Rudolph Giuliani is banking on his battle-tested will to get him to the White House.
Updated: 04/21/2007 - Saint Michael's Academy held its own memorial Friday to honor those who lost their lives in the Virginia Tech massacre. Students and faculty gathered at the flag pole to hold a brief ceremony.
Updated: 04/21/2007 - After years of frustration regarding the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills, it appears that changes are underway in Austin. On Thursday, the Texas Senate passed Bill 1031, that will require school districts to give only high school students a course-ending test at the end of each year instead of taking the TAKS.
Posted: 04/20/2007 - If you didn't get a chance to sport maroon and orange of your own accord Friday, a Texas school partnership will provide you another opportunity.
Updated: 04/20/2007 - A College Station man accused of beating his ex-girlfriend with a hammer was indicted Thursday by a Brazos County grand jury. Labrandon Searcy, 22, is charged with burglary of a habitation and aggravated assault in retaliation, both first-degree felonies.
Posted: 04/20/2007 - The House Public Education Committee toned down a bill that would have required Texas public schools to offer classes teaching the Bible as a textbook. The committee passed a bill yesterday saying Bible classes should be optional.
Posted: 04/20/2007 - Texas' standardized test would be history for high schoolers under a bill the Texas Senate has unanimously approved. The legislation would replace the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills with annual exams in four core subjects, English language arts, math, science and social studies. The end-of-course exams would be given to students in grades nine to eleven.
Posted: 04/20/2007 - It's a sight rarely seen at Texas A&M: burnt orange on campus. However, a maroon and orange combination is what many Aggies will be wearing Friday.