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In partnership with the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station, the city will release two self-driving vehicles in mid-October to take patrons to various locations within... [Read More]
Though rainfall has finally left the Carolinas, the storm is still bringing extremely dangerous flooding to the affected region. [Read More]
U.S. Air Force veteran and artist Jenn Hassin explores the core values instilled in Texas A&M students and U.S. military recruits in a new exhibit... [Read More]
Texas based grocery store is set to open it's fifth location. [Read More]
In its 25 years, the show has made a lot of stops around the nation including a few to College Station. [Read More]
Each message simple but painting a picture of positivity and hope for students. [Read More]
Unlike some of her competitors, Claire did not grow up around horses. [Read More]
Support lent during times of great adversity speaks to the spirit of Aggieland. [Read More]
Unlike some of her competitors, Claire did not grow up around horses. [Read More]
"This is more of a safety issue, not just public safety..." [Read More]
The Texas A&M grad got her start in professional wrestling a little under a year ago. [Read More]
The week-long camp gives high schoolers a hands-on introduction to computer programming, cybersecurity and engineering design. [Read More]
The closure will take place Thursday through Saturday evenings, closing at 9 a.m. and reopening at 3 p.m. [Read More]
Rayven's mother, Virginia Adams, is currently in police custody for misleading investigators about Rayven's whereabouts. Police found the body of a child behind Adam's house,... [Read More]
Police arrested Adams, 35, last Wednesday on a charge of interference with child custody after she lied about her daughter's disappearance.        ... [Read More]
One local restaurant is gaining national attention with their southern comfort favorites. ... [Read More]
With the start of school less than a month away, many parents and students are hitting the stores to prepare for the upcoming year. [Read More]
It's a great way to bring area officers and firefighters together in support of the Special Olympics. [Read More]
When you first get on there, its like a drug almost. It's something you can't let go, its hard to let go," said Mitchell. [Read More]
Unfortunately for those who work outdoors, putting in long hours under the Summer sun is just a part of the job description. [Read More]
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