Main Office:  (512) 327-9595
On-Air:  (512) 390-1370
Comment Line:  (512) 329-KJCE (5523)
More Headlines
This man's killer got away with murder, family says
Original Crimesider investigation: Miami businessman Don Garbett was killed 40 years ago - his family and police say they know who did it; why is she free?
More ››
Mother of U.S. hostage issues direct appeal to ISIS leader
Shirley Sotloff, mother of journalist Steven Sotloff, urges extremist leader to "follow the example set by the Prophet Muhammad"
More ››
American who died fighting for ISIS remembered as a "trickster"
Woman who went to Minnesota high school with Douglas McCain talks about man who later became known as Duale Khalid
More ››
Cellmate describes captivity, torture of Peter Theo Curtis
Matt Schrier, former cellmate of released hostage Peter Theo Curtis, describes the gruesome details of their captivity together in Syria
More ››
Military jet crashes in Virginia; pilot's status unknown
Pilot of the single-seat F-15C is with the 104th Fighter Wing of the Massachusetts Air National Guard
More ››
Video shows instructor moments before student, 9, accidentally shoots him
He died from wounds from Arizona incident; video seen as key piece of evidence
More ››
Freed American hostage speaks for first time since return
3 days after being freed by Syrian extremist group that held him hostage for 2 years, Peter Theo Curtis says he's "overwhelmed" with emotion
More ››
Emmys 2014 red carpet
The hottest fashion and looks at the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards
More ››
After Ferguson, calls grow for cameras on cops
Missouri senator joins chorus of those calling for the use of body-worn cameras to improve police transparency
More ››
New bill may change the definition of sexual consent
A new standard for investigating sexual violence on campuses is headed for a final vote in California. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman sits down with the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts to discuss what "yes means yes" really means.
More ››
Researchers: Jobless rate isn't accurate
Unemployed workers are most likely to respond to a government survey the first time they get it and ignore it later on
More ››
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal sues feds over Common Core
Jindal has been looking for ways to block implementation of the national education standards in his state
More ››
Tech elites accused of ruining Burning Man festival
​It may seem like an unlikely playground for wealthy capitalists, but that's exactly what ​Burning Man has become
More ››
Time Warner Internet outages across the country
Reports of outages ranged from Los Angeles to Houston to New York
More ››
Is Snapchat really worth $10 billion?
Barely three years old, the fledgling instant-messaging service is already receiving an enormous valuation from investors
More ››
Most Recent Audio
Have the actions of the protesters in Ferguson gone too far?
  No Opinion
View Results
Third Annual Gary Blair Coaching Academy Takes Place Oct. 4-5
The third annual Gary Blair Coaching Academy has been set for October 4-5 at Reed Arena.
Aggie Family Mourns the Loss of Homer Jacobs '87
The Aggie family mourns the loss of Homer Jacobs '87 who left this world much too soon on August 26, 2014.
Texas A&M-KSU Contest Tabbed for ESPNU Broadcast
The Texas A&M men's basketball program announced Tuesday that the Aggies' contest against Kansas State inside Kansas City's Sprint Center on Dec. 20 will be broadcast nationally on ESPNU at 6 p.m.
Aggie Volleyball Team Holds Maroon-White Scrimmage
The Texas A&M volleyball team held its annual Maroon-White scrimmage today at Reed Arena. The team, which has been practicing since August 9, was playing in front of a crowd for the first time.
Aggies Announce 2015 Schedule
Texas A&M Baseball announced its schedule for the 2015 season, a 56-game slate that features 36 home games in the friendly confines of Olsen Field at Blue Bell Park.
Talk Video
Talk Events

The Wellness Connection, 8/24/14

Video on Demand