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White supremacist charged in Kansas City-area shootings appears in court
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For sale: Homes for $1,000
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Making an Impact: Aggie Muster
In the latest in our "Making an Impact" series, we look at the most solemn of all Aggie traditions--Muster--and how it touches the A&M football family even closer in 2014.
SEC Runner of the Week honors for Shamier Little, Deon Lendore
Texas A&M had a pair of sprinters earn SEC Runner of the Week honors as freshman Shamier Little and junior Deon Lendore received the honor from the conference office on Tuesday.
Standouts Honored at Men?s Basketball Awards Banquet
Student-athletes, coaches and friends of the Texas A&M men's basketball program gathered inside the Diamond Club of Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park Tuesday night during the team's annual awards banquet.
Aggies Set to Host Sam Houston State in Midweek Game
The 21st-ranked Texas A&M softball team (28-14, 9-9 SEC) is ready to host Sam Houston State (22-18, 11-6 Southland) in the final game of a two-game, split-site series between the regional rivals, Wednesday at 6 p.m. CT at the Aggie Softball Complex.
Deon Lendore earns USTFCCCA National Athlete of the Week
Texas A&M's Deon Lendore earned his fifth career National Athlete of the Week honor from USTFCCCA as he recorded a world-leading time of 44.90 seconds in winning the 400 meters at the Sun Angel Classic.
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