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Yesterday | Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
It's not light reading by any means, but "Changing Texas: Implications of Addressing or Ignoring the Texas Challenge" covers an important subject - the future of Texas.
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Yesterday | Mount Vernon Optic-Herald
Hahn named chair, Jenkins Vice Chair, and Huckabee reappointed to Texas Higher Education Board Harold W. Hahn of El Paso was reappointed and named chair of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Friday, Sept.
Yesterday | Examiner.com
Electric vehicles will never replace the internal combustions engine says Mehrdad Ehsani, a director with the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at Texas A&M University in College Station.
Yesterday | Star-Telegram.com
Sales of existing homes in North Texas gained 2 percent in February but prices remained 13 percent ahead of a year ago, according to the latest monthly report from the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University.
COLLEGE STATION POLICE DEPARTMENT March 7, 2014 - News Release: Robbery Case #14-002721 On March 7, 2014 at about 1835 hours, Officers with the College Station Police Department met with a male subject who had filed an online report earlier in the day in which he reported a robbery.
A new study from Texas A&M indicates that pollution in the atmosphere from human activities might weaken tropical storms, rather than strengthen them.
Texas A&M University police are currently investigating a death on campus that occurred early Saturday morning next to the Mitchell Physics Building.
The Texas A&M University Police Department is investigating a fatal fall from a College Station campus building after finding a body Saturday morning.
West Texas A&M University's broadcasting and electronic media program won 12 awards for The One Sessions, an acoustic music show, at the annual Telly Awards competition.
Texas Emerging Technology Fund will provide a $3 million grant to create the Center for Cell and Organ Biotechnology.
Many poor seniors in Hidalgo County lack access to basic necessities like food and health care.
Pictured: Photo by Judith Pannebaker 2013 Boys State participants and their parents include, from left, Wyatt Ellis, Kelly Ellis, DJ Dabney, Benjamin Dabney, ryan Little, turner Warren, Marty Bauml, Kyle Bauml, Diane Bauml, Kyle Wilson, Pam Wilson and Chris Wilson.
A local student organization is wanting to make sure their peers make the right decisions during spring break Pulse is hosting several awareness events this week at West Texas A&M University.
Post a comment Dry topsoil and low subsoil moisture, along with cooler than normal soil temperatures, are having a chilling effect on spring planting, said Dr. Travis Miller, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agronomist and Texas A&M University soil and crop sciences associate department head, College Station.