Texas A&M Professor Charged With Fraud, Conspiracy For Allegedly Concealing Ties To ChinaA NASA researcher and Texas A&M University professor has been charged with accepting federal grant money while hiding work he was doing for a university established by the Chinese government.
Texas A&M University Starts Trial Of Tuberculosis Vaccine To Fight The CoronavirusCurrent antibody tests help determine if a person has had the novel coronavirus, but there are serious questions about whether they work.
NFL Reinstates Texas Native & Cleveland Browns Defensive End Myles GarrettThe indefinite NFL suspension of North Texas native and Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett apparently equals about three months.
MedStar Joins Area Hospitals In Taking Preventative Measures Against CoronavirusIn addition to area hospitals, MedStar is undertaking extra preventative measures amid a potential coronavirus outbreak.
Student At Texas A&M University Treated For Possible Novel CoronavirusThe Brazos County Health Department notified Texas A&M University that a student may have a possible case of novel coronavirus.
Texas A&M University Going Smoke-Free, Tobacco-FreeThe tobacco-free policy will apply to all Texas A&M University campuses and other college sites starting January 1, 2020.
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.
NFL Suspends Myles Garrett Indefinitely After QB Mason Rudolph Hit In Head With HelmetThe NFL has indefinitely suspended Cleveland Browns player Myles Garrett after the defensive end tore quarterback Mason Rudolph's helmet off and hit him in the head with it.
Myles Garrett Facing Suspension After Ripping Off Mason Rudolph's Helmet & Hitting Him With ItNorth Texas native and Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett will have to explain himself to the NFL after what some are calling the most egregious attack ever on an opposing player.
Life-Size Statue Of Former President's Service Dog, Sully To Be Dedicated At Bush Library Next MonthThe statue features Sully in a sit position holding his leash in his mouth, which depicts the ‘retrieve’ task that America’s VetDogs trains its service dogs to perform for their handlers.
Pooch Study Launches In Texas: 10,000 Canines Needed For Aging ResearchThe research formally launched in Texas and now scientists are looking for 10,000 pets for the largest-ever study of aging in canines. Find out how to nominate your dog.
Actor James Cromwell Arrested During PETA Protest At Texas A&M UniversityActor James Cromwell was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after police said he disrupted a meeting of the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents.
Texas A&M Expands Alcohol Availability During Aggie Football Games At Kyle FieldThe decision allows the sale of beer and wine in public areas, instead of just in private suites and clubs, during football games.
Women's College Basketball Players & Coaches Honor Cancer SurvivorsWomen's college basketball teams across the country found many different ways to honor cancer survivors this week as part of the Play4Kay initiative.
Texas A&M Fined $50K After Students Storm FieldCoach Jimbo Fisher said, "I want to assure everyone that the matter has been addressed internally with my staff members and we will continue to demand that our program conduct itself in a manner that meets the values and expectations of this great university."