ener_Club'; $topicTypeInfo[2] = 'listener_club.php'; $topicTypeInfo[linkFile] = 'listener_club.php'; ?>
Main Office:  (512) 327-9595
On-Air:  (512) 390-1370
Comment Line:  (512) 329-KJCE (5523)
More Headlines
GOP searches for ways to block Obama's immigration moves
It isn't clear Republicans lawmakers can stop president from deferring deportation of millions of immigrants
More ››
Obama's authority on immigration -- or lack of it
What the president says he doesn't have the authority to do on immigration, and what he's doing
More ››
Epic Buffalo, N.Y.-area snow giving way to new concerns
Mother Nature expected to present new, possibly urgent challenges in coming days
More ››
Mike Nichols remembered
In 1996, director Mike Nichols told Lesley Stahl what it takes to create iconic films like "The Graduate"; he died Wednesday at age 83
More ››
Police, protesters clash anew in Ferguson
Second night in row of trouble; tensions high ahead of grand jury decision on Michael Brown shooting
More ››
New video surfaces with controversial Obamacare consultant
In it, Jonathan Gruber says states rejecting Medicaid expansion are doing something "almost awesome in its evilness"
More ››
Number of Bill Cosby accusers grows again
Comic's camp continues to deny or not respond to allegations; Cosby performs in the Bahamas
More ››
​Stunning ultra-high-def time-lapse of Earth from space
Satellite photos show our planet in amazing 4K resolution
More ››
Don't count on Black Friday for the best holiday deals
Strategizing for the best deals on gifts means you can't rely on tradition to serve as a guide
More ››
You'd better watch out...T'is the season for scams
Crooks know when consumers are in money-spending mode, and they've got lots of ways to get their share
More ››
Holiday gifts for the drivers on your list
From a roadside emergency kit to a streaming music subscription, these presents will bring cheer to motorists
More ››
America's new problem: Pigs that are too porky
Farmers have raised fewer but much heftier hogs, which are yielding hams that are too big for U.S. dinner tables
More ››
The last president who couldn't get Congress to act on immigration
Another president who sounded a lot like President Obama, and who came up with similar results on immigration relief
More ››
How to cope with rising health insurance costs
Here are some insights and strategies that can help you save as much as possible
More ››
Deadly oil platform blast in Gulf
One worker killed, 3 hurt in explosion off Louisiana; no signs of oil or gas spill
More ››
Most Recent Audio
Do you plan to put up your holiday decorations by Thanksgiving?
  No Opinion
View Results
Texas A&M?s Henschel takes second in the 1m dive
Tyler Henschel, from Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada, dueled three-time NCAA Champion Kristian Ipsen of Stanford, but couldn't pull off the upset.
No. 1 Aggies dominate Adamson Day One
The Aggies, who earned the No. 1 spot in the CSCAA Div. I Rankings on Wednesday, were led by eight-time All-American Sarah Henry, who grabbed a pair of individual wins in the 500-yard freestyle and the 200 IM.
@AggieSoftball: White Team wins final game 5-3, Takes Series 2-1
A 5-3 win in the final game of the 2014 Maroon & White Series gave the White team the win.
Aggies receive 16 letters of intent during early signing period
Texas A&M track and field has received 16 national letters of intent during the early signing period this past week from student-athletes who will join the Aggie program in the fall semester of 2015.
Aggie roommates race together in NCAA Championship field
Texas A&M seniors Hillary Montgomery and Grace Fletcher, a pair of Aggie roommates, will race over the 6,000-meter course at the LaVern Gibson Championship Course on Saturday in the 2014 NCAA Cross Country Championship race.
Talk Video
Talk Events

Video on Demand