Let's say we're friends. Good friends. You and me.
The Brazos Valley Fair and Rodeo is back in town for a three-day run this weekend. As always, the schedule is packed full of things to see and do, there are plenty of vendors hawking their goods and kids under 12 are free.
Kids in Bryan and College Station school districts will have some extra time on their hands next week. Consider yourself warned.
Most days, I stumble out of bed, process the kids for the day ahead and prepare to venture out to the worst job ever. That's right: Worst. Job. Ever.
I've never been a huge football fan. I can rarely watch an entire game. More often, I watch a few plays and lose interest.
To borrow a line from Donald Trump: Clay Honeycutt, you're fired.
@Baylor Stadium, a parody Twitter account not affiliated with the university, tweeted a link Thursday for summer stadium tours.
I need your help with a first-grade homework assignment. And it's due Friday, so I'll need you to work fast.
There is a lot of research going on at Texas A&M University, and most of it is way over my head.
When I was in high school, my family packed a moving van and headed from Texas to Northern California.
Reporter Allen Reed takes a look on his blog today at some of the first tweets from some high-profile Texas A&M and Aggie Twitter accounts, which prompted me to steal the idea and post some of the first tweets from Eagle reporters and Eagle-related accounts.
Dude Perfect, the trick-shot making group that began producing YouTube videos of seemingly impossible basketball shots while roommates at Texas A&M, may have some competition.
Halloween gives me the creeps.
What's better than a good thank-you note? Fifty-seven of them.
Being a cowboy apparently isn't what it used to be.
When I went to bed after midnight last night, the Texas Senate was in a state of confusion. I couldn't tell what was going on from the livestream that I was watching, but it was clear the session was over. I wasn't sure what had just happened or what was to come, but knew I couldn't stay up …
Did you catch a glimpse of the "supermoon" over the weekend?
The Associated Press will no longer use the term illegal immigrant in its news stories.
Ben Tedrick posted an interesting shark video on his Fish Tales blog, so I thought I would pass along this great photo that the Associated Press moved. The photo was taken by Shelly Negrotti on Cape Cod over the weekend.
AP Photo/The Register-Guard, Chris Pietsch
On Sunday, Texas A&M officially joined the Southeastern Conference. In a campus celebration on Monday, university officials and athletes raised the flags of their SEC opponents.
It's supposed to make you feel better after a night of partying in Las Vegas, but for one Aggie, the Hangover Heaven bus has caused one big headache.
Associated Press photo
We've hit that time of the year when my calendar gets covered in so many scribbles, sticky notes and event reminders that I can hear it screaming for mercy.
Headlines can be tricky. You only have a few words to offer both an accurate summary of the story and an enticement for the reader to dig in.
What’s the difference between Willie Charles Griffin Jr. and Willie Griffin Jr.?
AP photos provided by NASA
I've never been a big fan of New Year's resolutions.
Ten years ago, my life changed.
I haven't had much luck with Christmas shopping for the kids this year. I've tried. Repeatedly. But every time, I find myself in a store surrounded by gadgets and gizmos of all sorts, glancing from toy to toy thinking, "That won't last. ... That will annoy me. ... They'll lose interest in th…
I always wanted to be Andy Rooney.
I'm a terrible blogger. My wife celebrated a birthday last month, and I failed to follow the proper blogging protocol by marking the occasion with a list of the 38 things I love most about her. (I picked the number 38 for no reason whatsoever, by the way.)
AP photo/Brian Emfinger
I have a confession to make. It's a little embarrassing. Maybe even shameful.
I'm not bragging, but I can say with confidence that the youngest member of our household has chosen me as his favorite. His mom will say, "I love you," only to be slapped in the face with "I love Dad more." Every. Single. Time.
Once again, I must apologize to my loyal reader (Hi, Mom) for failing to keep up with my blogging duties.
El Paso Times
A beekeeper wearing tens of thousands of bees waits to be weighed during a bee bearding contest in central China's Hunan province on Saturday. (AP photo)
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I visited a Pebble Creek Elementary School classroom on Wednesday to talk about journalism to a group of students taking a summer enrichment course called Newsmakers.