COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KXAN) - Longhorn fans and Aggie fans are going through a tough break-up this holiday season. Both parties will have to part ways after the game on Thursday night and say farewell to a relationship built on rivalry.
On Wednesday night, it was a heart warming sight, Longhorns and Aggies sharing one last tailgate together, but it begs the question: How many Aggies does it take to put up a tent?
One Aggie said, "Is it unfair to suggest an Aggie needs help from a Longhorn to set up a tent? That is unfair. But it appears to be the case. No, they're [Longhorns] screwing up the process."
One Longhorn is attending his first showdown at Kyle Field, and he said the reception has been very mixed.
Tomorrow marks the 118th meeting between the Horns and Aggies, the third longest running rivalry in college football.
Whether you say "gig ‘em" or "hook ‘em," just don't say this is the end of a long and beautiful friendship.
Sub-freezing temperatures and an approaching upper level disturbance could combine to produce some patchy freezing drizzle or sleet Saturday and early Sunday morning.
Investigators are still trying to figure out who murdered an Austin teacher in Benghazi on Thursday.
Back in June, Governor Rick Perry signed a new law officially letting teachers and students use greetings such as "Merry Christmas" or "Happy Hannukah" in school, all without getting in any trouble.
The Round Rock-based computer giant, Dell Inc., is offering some workers voluntary buyouts as it seeks to trim costs and boost productivity.
The Austin Humane Society reopened to the public Friday after closing its doors for six weeks.
Sub-freezing temperatures will continue across much of Central Texas all day Saturday. A second disturbance associated with the winter storm that slammed Texas Thursday and Friday could lead to more freezing precipitation Saturday and …