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No. 18 Texas A&M defeated by No. 1 Florida, 14-3

COLLEGE STATION – No. 18 Texas A&M was defeated by No. 1 Florida, 14-3, in six innings on Friday at the Aggie Softball Complex. The Gators (46-3, 16-3 SEC) jumped out to a 4-0 lead after three innings, scoring on a throwing error in the second, before plating three in the third on a two-RBI […]

Texas A&M Cornerback Williams Drafted by Arizona Cardinals

Photo courtesy of Texas A&M Athletics CHICAGO – Less than a year after a position change that saw him convert from running back to cornerback, Texas A&M’s Brandon Williams was rewarded by being selected in the third round (No. 92 overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft by the Arizona Cardinals on Friday. Williams, a former […]

Szeryk in Position to Make First LPGA Cut as Play Suspended in Irving

IRVING, Texas- Texas A&M sophomore Maddie Szeryk is five holes away from making her first LPGA cut, sitting at +1 for the tournament at the Volunteers of America Texas Shootout at Las Colinas Country Club. Szeryk shot 1-under through 13 holes on Friday, before play was suspended due to weather in the Irving area. Szeryk […]

NFL Draft: Second and Third Rounds

SECOND ROUND (32) Cleveland Browns – Emmanuel Ogbah, DE (Oklahoma State (33) Tennessee Titans – Kevin Dodd, DE (Clemson) (34) Dallas Cowboys – Jaylon Smith, OLB (Notre Dame) (35) Jacksonville Jaguars (traded with MIA) – Myles Jack, OLB (UCLA) (36) San Diego Chargers – Hunter Henry, TE (Arkansas) (37) Kansas City (traded with SF) – […]

Five Rezonings Approved By CS Council

More housing and more restaurants are coming to College Station, following city council action Thursday night to rezone two properties. The council had no comment, nor were there public speakers, before a unanimous vote allowing property along Wellborn between Luther and Tarrow Park to become an apartment complex with a restaurant. The council also approved […]

Texas A&M Baseball’s game for Friday postponed

FAYETTEVILLE, Arkansas – Friday evening’s game between Texas A&M and Arkansas has been postponed due to inclement weather. The teams will play a doubleheader Saturday with the first game slated for 2 pm. Story courtesy of Texas A&M Athletics

Unexpected Death of the President of Texas A&M-Commerce

The president of Texas A&M University-Commerce (TAMUC) died early Friday morning. Dr. Dan Jones had been at the A&M system institution since July 2008, and before that was provost and vice president for academic affairs at Texas A&M International from 2003-2008. According to the TAMUC Facebook page, all campus locations were closed at noon on […]

Bryan Man Charged With Three Arsons, Including His Home

After a Bryan man finished a court appearance Wednesday afternoon, he was arrested on three arson charges. Bryan deputy fire marshal William Bouse says 42 year old Adrian Mejia-Ortiz is accused of setting fire to his mobile home last month and two vehicles that belonged to other people last July. Bouse says investigators had a […]

CS Council Approves First of New Welcome Monuments

The College Station city council Thursday night approved the first of what could be four gateway monuments welcoming motorists to town. An agreement with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) allows the city to construct and maintain a monument northwest of the intersection of University and the freeway, in front of Olive Garden. The monument, […]

In the Theaters

Here’s what going on with Brazos Valley Stages in May.

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