Lake Patrol Police at Lake Nasworthy issued a warning on Thursday for all boaters. They're asking boaters use only the four boat ramps that remain open and use slower speeds on the water to avoid hidden dangers.
Council members unanimously approve an operating agreement with the San Angelo Performing Arts Coalition.
The group is moving forward in negotiations with architects to renovate the city auditorium for a new performing arts center.
Tuesday is the first of a four part astronomical rarity. It's a "Blood Moon", a complete lunar eclipse, and the beginning of a tetrad. We sat down with a local Astronomer to see what the early morning sky will bring.
It was a bit louder at Foster Field with sirens and horns going off for several hours on Saturday. The first "Touch-a-Truck", an interactive event, attracted over 500 people to learn and explore the vehicles that serve the community. You were able to touch, crawl into, honk the horns, and the best part, pull all of the levers.
"Man Camps" are being developed by a local construction company just west of San Angelo. The 138 unit project is expected to be completed in six months, with a few Dozen of the small living spaces available for rent as early as next week.
Tuesday, hundreds of adults and children gathered at the County Courthouse for a moving visual representation of the issue of child abuse and neglect in Tom Green County. Four hundred eighty-three, that's the number of pinwheels placed this year, representing the number of children affected in 2013.
To mark the second anniversary of the death of former San Angelo Police Officer Jaime Padron three chapters of the Blue Knights participated in a Iron Butt Run to raise funds for the Jaime Padron Memorial Scholarship fund.
Work zones across the state have claimed the lives of more than 250 TxDOT employees in the past 75 years.
Monday begins work zone awareness week; we spoke with one TxDOT employee who's faced possible death on the side of a highway, twice.
The Concho Valley has been blessed with rain throughout the weekend, and storms Sunday night. As of 9:00 p.m. Sunday, about .17" of rain fell through Mathis Field totaling up to .28" of rain fall for the year. Sunday evening, nickel size hail was reported in Eldorado, and cloud-to-ground lightning throughout the region.
Expecting their first child while still in high school Gustavo and Amanda Espinoza found help with the Just Between Friends Sale. Five years later they are paying it forward by volunteering their time.