Posted: 4:53 PM Members of the Student Government Association and the 25 sororities and fraternities on campus at Sam Houston State University teamed up last week to donate what SGA president Tyler Eberhart said was “an unbelievable amount of supplies for the wildfire efforts.”
Updated: 2:09 PM KBTX Media and Gray Television announce that KBTX News 3 will be the first Brazos Valley television station to broadcast their live and local newscasts in High Definition beginning Monday, October 10th.
Posted: 1:43 PM The Internal Revenue Service today reminded taxpayers affected by Texas wildfires that they have been granted an extended amount of time, until Oct. 31, to meet certain tax filing and payment obligations and announced that e-File and Free File would remain available to accept their returns.
Posted: 10:22 AM Parents and grandparents in Pasadena are handing out fliers and offering $10,000 cookies at a mock bake sale designed to raise awareness about the possibility that area refineries could be awarded a multimillion dollar tax refund.
Updated: 5:58 PM Maroon Gatorade in bottles featuring the Texas A&M logo will soon hit grocery and convenience store shelves in Aggieland and other select Texas locations — another sign of the expanding popularity of the Aggie brand, notes Shane Hinckley, the university’s assistant vice president for business development.
Posted: 9:31 AM Mitt Romney and Michele Bachmann are criticizing Texas Gov. Rick Perry over his state's in-state tuition for illegal immigrants as they court Republican presidential voters at a conservative conference.
Posted: 9:17 AM Germany's finance minister says a second, euro109 billion bailout package for Greece may have to be re-evaluated after implementation difficulties discovered by the country's debt inspectors.
Updated: 11:28 AM Opening game-day activities for the 2011 Texas A&M Aggie football season will be like no other in school history. Kickoff for the nationally televised sold-out game will be on Sunday — unprecedented for the Aggies.
Posted: 9:53 AM The Justice Department is blocking AT&T's $39 billion deal to buy T-Mobile USA, saying the acquisition of the No. 4 wireless carrier in the country by No. 2 AT&T would reduce competition and raise prices.