Beaches Can Be Fun – But Also Deadly, Says Texas A&M Expert
With Memorial Day weekend approaching and whether you are heading to Surf City, hanging ten or catching a wave, there’s no doubt that sand lovers are attracted to Texas beaches.
Posted: 12:00 PM
Bryan Fire Department, Texas A&M Forest Service Collaborate on Wildfire Plan
Bryan firefighters helped suppress almost 100 wildfires during the record-breaking 2011 fire season, prompting the chief to ensure his department is trained and prepared for the next big blaze.
Posted: 10:43 AM
Recent Aggie Grad Remains in Coma After Accident
23-year-old Amanda Hoffman was critically injured after a car crash Friday morning on her way to a club waterski tournament.
Updated: 1:09 PM
Aggie Softball Collects Donations for Moore, West Victims
Sometimes, in this day in age, all it takes is a tweet or two. That's what one coach at Texas A&M used to spark some local support for communities in need.
Aggie Softball Asks for Donations for Oklahoma Victims
The Texas A&M softball team is set to take donations for the victims of the deadly Oklahoma storms, along with those affected by the West, Texas explosion.
Texas A&M Graduate Critically Injured In Crash On Way To Waterski Tournament
Amanda Hoffman is in a coma after her vehicle rolled over outside Jackson, MS.
Aggie Among Two FBI Agents Killed in Training Accident in Va.
Two FBI special agents on the agency's elite Hostage Rescue Team have been killed in a training accident in Virginia.
FBI Agents, Including Aggie, Fell to Deaths Training Off Va. Coast
Two FBI agents who died while training off the Virginia Beach coast fell to their deaths when a helicopter had trouble during a "maritime counterterrorism exercise," an agency spokeswoman said Monday night.
David McIntosh Appointed to TAMHSC-College of Medicine’s First Diversity Post
The Texas A&M Health Science Center (TAMHSC) College of Medicine has named David McIntosh to the position of assistant dean for diversity.
Texas A&M Climatologist Visits With News 3 On Tornado Dangers
A tornado with estimated winds of 200 miles-per-hour hit Granbury Wednesday, killing six people.
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