Candidate Bill Richardson withdrew from the city council race for District 1. Yet, his name is still on the ballot. We look at why his name is still in the running and, if he won, what would happen next.
The new Shannon Dialysis clinic is now operating in the Heart of Texas Memorial Hospital in Brady. Six dialysis stations are equipped with t.v.'s and internet.
Doctors are expecting an increase patients.
A new city/school district project will fund improvements to the Bradford Elementary School park. The city will fund the renovations and the district will pay for maintenance. 175 thousand dollars in half-cent sales taxes will fund the construction work.
Shannon Medical Center's Dr. Gene Stokes is being recognized nationally for his achievement in CrossFit, a workout that's grown in popularity in the past decade. After only a year and a half competing in the sport, Stokes has climbed the national ranks from around 300 a year ago to number 23 after last weekend's National Competitions.
A San Angelo man is in a San Antonio jail tonight, charged with shooting a police officer in Fredericksburg over the weekend.
That officer is an Angelo State Alum that played on the Universities baseball team; he's recovering from his injuries.
We sat down with ASU Head Baseball Coach, Kevin Brooks, who has stayed in touch with Officer Bradley Durst through the years.
Thousands joined the fun for the 14th annual Easter Fest at the Texas Bank Sports Complex, Saturday. This year, the Tree of Life Church was recognized as hosting the largest egg hunt in the state by dropping over 150,000 eggs by helicopter.
Update: According to Fredericksburg Police, Durst is in stable condition.
A San Angelo man, 31-year-old Robert A. Rendon, has been charged with three counts of attempted capital murder following a shooting incident with a Fredericksburg Police Officer.
A 25 year old San Angelo man was pulled over Friday for an expired registration. Police later found a substance that field tested positive for methamphetamine. Coy Lange faces charges for outstanding warrants and delivery of a controlled substance.
A 22-year-old Concho Valley driver was injured after a collision with a train. It happened a little after five Friday afternoon. Investigators say a 22-year-old woman driving a white pickup truck collided with a train at a crossing about six miles northeast of San Angelo. State Troopers say the woman was driving a white pickup south on Farm to Market road 1692 when she collided with a train going west. Medics airlifted the driver to Shannon Medical Center with undisclosed injuries. Volunteers from the Quail Valley volunteer fire department responded. Officers re-opened 1692 about 7:45 Friday evening.
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.