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It will be a "tricky travel day" because of a broad, icy cold system that is moving across our region, KHOU 11 News Meteorologist Chita Johnson said.
Thursday night a former president was honored in College Station by being on hand for the lighting of the annual Christmas tree at the museum which bears his name.
"I'm not so sure I want a bad weather storm named for me," said McFarland, 74, decades removed from his 1976 research at Texas A&M on winter storms.
COLLEGE STATION POLICE DEPARTMENT December 5, 2013 College Station Police Department Announces Partnership With Nextdoor.com In an effort to facilitate a virtual neighborhood watch program and help foster neighbor-to-neighbor communications, the College Station Police Department has partnered with Nextdoor , a private social network for ... (more)
Safety officials are working to clear the scene of an accident involving a pickup truck transporting recycled materials.
A bow-tie wearing Texan who led one of the country's largest universities has been hired as the University of Missouri's new chancellor.
December 5, 2013 - News: Local Fraternity Donates Funds to Police Department for Bullet Proof Vests and Emergency Aid Supplies On December 3, 2013 representatives of Delta Tau Delta, a Texas A&M Fraternity, presented Police Chief Jeff Capps with a check for $1550.00 that will be utilized to purchase two bullet proof vests as well as emergency aid ... (more)
Dr. R. Bowen Loftin, who announced his retirement from the university in July, will take over for former chancellor Brady Deaton.
A 19-year-old College Station man is accused of trying to steal Christmas decorations from a front lawn, and the whole thing was caught on tape.
On Tuesday night, I had the pleasure of viewing an interpretive architectural model of Lincoln School that was presented by group of Texas A&M architecture majors.
The folks at Guinness World Records said this week that the carbo-loaded creation erected at the Traditions Club, a private golf destination near College Station, Texas, measures nearly 40,000 cubic feet.
December 4, 2013 - News: Traffic Advisory On Sunday December 8, 2013 the Bryan/College Station area will host several events for the public's enjoyment that have the potential to impact travel in the local area.
Zachary Lawrence stands next to a picture of his great-great-grandfather, John Archibald McIver, a member of the school's first class.