Aggies, Community Mark 20 Years Since Deadly Bonfire CollapseMore than 1,000 people attended a memorial Monday to honor the 12 people who died when a tower of logs collapsed at Texas A&M University 20 years ago.
Last Survivor Pulled From Deadly Texas A&M Bonfire Collapse 20 Years Ago, John Comstock, Featured In DocumentaryJohn Comstock was among the 27 Texas A&M students injured when a stack of logs for an annual bonfire collapsed on campus, killing 12.
Southeast Texas Boy, 5, Seriously Burned A 5-year-old Montgomery County boy is in intensive care at a Galveston burn center after his clothing caught fire.
15 Years Since Texas A&M Bonfire CollapseMourners lit candles and left flowers at the Texas A&M Bonfire Memorial on Tuesday morning to honor those killed and injured 15 years ago in the log pile collapse.
Last Lawsuit From A&M Bonfire Collapse SettledThe last remaining lawsuit arising from the deadly Texas A&M Bonfire lawsuit collapse has been settled almost 15 years after the collapse.
PD Investigating Claims Of Excessive Force Against TeenA 15-year-old boy is allegedly ‘taken down’ by police. It started with a bonfire on private property in Wilmer and turned into a chaotic run-in with officers and firefighters.
A Message From An Aggie To Greg FeatherstonIn one split second, the TCU employee angered a fanatic college fan base and sealed his fate as the former Assistant Athletic Director.
North Texas Teen Fights For Life After Bonfire AccidentA rural North Texas teen has been put in a medically induced coma following a bonfire accident the day before Thanksgiving, a family spokeswoman said.