This page curates KETR's news stories related to Texas A&M University-Commerce.
COMMERCE – For the third straight year, Texas A&M University-Commerce has achieved its highest enrollment in school history, welcoming its 12,000th student August 28.
COMMERCE - Texas A&M University-Commerce President Dan Jones welcomed new and returning faculty and staff to campus Thursday during the annual Fall Assembly from Ferguson Auditorium.
AUSTIN - Texas Gov. Rick Perry Wednesday named Bill O’Neal, an award-winning nonfiction author, the State Historian.
RICHARDSON - Lone Star Conference Commissioner Stan Wagnon has responded to news of one school leaving the league and possibility another.
COMMERCE - Former Texas A&M University-Commerce Lions football Coach Ernest Hawkins is in recovery after a change of plans from a scheduled pacemaker procedure.
COMMERCE - The university flag at A&M-Commerce will fly at half staff Wednesday to honor Professor Gary Burton, who died last week while kayaking in Oklahoma.
Former Texas A&M University-Commerce football coach Ernest Hawkins is said to be in good spirits as he undergoes treatment for the West Nile virus.
McCURTAIN COUNTY, OK - Oklahoma authorities say 64-year-old Gary Burton drowned Thursday afternoon while kayaking on the Mountain Fork River in southern Oklahoma, about three miles east of Broken Bow.
COMMERCE - Ernest Hawkins, a pillar in the Commerce community and winningest football coach in Texas A&M University-Commerce history, was transported to the emergency room at Baylor University Medical Center Thursday.