Texas A&M Student Takes Graduation Photos With AlligatorA soon-to-be Texas A&M University graduate took her senior portraits in a swamp with a nearly 14-foot alligator. This is how she spent her summer, she explained.
Sheriff: Texas Man Executed In 1999 Now Linked To 1981 DeathA Texas sheriff says investigators used developments in DNA technology to identify a man executed in 1999 as the killer of a real estate agent whose death went unsolved for more than 35 years.
Texas A&M Criticized For Handling Of Sex Assault ClaimsTexas A&M is facing criticism for being too lenient in its handling of sexual assault claims. A student last week accused the school of not doing enough to punish her alleged attacker.
Man Gets 50 Years In Abduction, Murder Of Texas Store ClerkNathaniel Tillery was sentenced in Bryan after pleading guilty to murder in a plea deal.
Public Viewing For Former First Lady Barbara BushA spray of flowers covered the closed silver casket of former first lady Barbara Bush in the sanctuary of the Houston church as mourners paid their final respects.
Barbara Bush To Be Buried In College Station After Funeral In HoustonFuneral arrangements have been announced for former First Lady Barbara Bush after her passing on Tuesday. She will be buried in College Station following a service in Houston.
Jimbo Fisher Given $75 Million Deal To Coach Texas A&M Football TeamJimbo Fisher was lured away from Florida State with a 10-year, $75 million contract at Texas A&M. Fisher was formally introduced in College Station on Monday.
Jimbo Fisher Resigns At Florida State To Take Texas A&M JobJimbo Fisher, who coached Florida State to its third national title in 2013 and opened this season with his team ranked in the top five, is leaving to take the same job at Texas A&M.
Texas A&M Hosts New Mexico With Sumlin's Future In QuestionAfter this season, the 53-year-old Sumlin has two years and $10 million remaining on his contract, but another disappointing season for the Aggies has many thinking that this year will be his last in College Station.
Texas A&M Calls Off Planned White Nationalist Rally Texas A&M University late Monday called off a planned white supremacist rally on its campus next month, citing concerns of a "major security risk" following the demonstrations that turned deadly over the weekend in Virginia.
Texas A&M Abruptly Cancels Planned White Nationalist RallyAn announcement on the House floor by Republican Rep. John Raney said A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp had opted to scuttle the event set for Sept. 11 because of concerns police would be stretched thin providing security.
Texas Police Chief Arrested Following Domestic DisturbanceA Texas police chief was arrested following a domestic disturbance at his home during which a shot was fired.