The West Texas A&M University Forensics team traveled to Norman, Okla., on Nov. 4-5 and participated in the Sooner Showdown. The Buffs qualified their fifth event towards Nationals and were High Point Team in Interpre
This week on Texas Matters: How a city's effort to criminalize homelessness can perpetuate the problem for people living on the streets (0:30). The mayor of Port Aransas testifies about how Hurricane Harvey left his city is in ruins and how they need help
Family and friends of the 12 Aggies killed when bonfire collapsed 18 years ago were joined by thousands of strangers this morning for an annual tradition honoring the lives lost when the log tower crashed to the ground while under…
This week’s Amarillo Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals pet of the week is Otis. He is a young Shepherd/Airdale Terrier mix. Amarillo SPCA adoptions can be done at the shelter, 11901 S. Coulter St.
Stephanie Simpson started her career at the College Station Police Department in 1981 -- and while she never wore a badge or carried a gun, colleagues said Friday her contributions to the department have been invaluable.
Eight leaders and thinkers in human performance and sports medicine each gave a 15-minute presentation Friday on topics ranging from football to track, cancer to obesity and primates to naked molerats.
Tallon Dillard said after spending more than eight years serving in the U.S. Army, finding his place in the civilian world was no easy task -- that is, until he landed at Texas A&M. Once he enrolled at the university,…
For Mike and Diana Connor, helping to provide Aggie rings started as a way to not only give back to Texas A&M University but also to reward hard-working students in the Singing Cadets for their dedication.