Hours for the City of San Angelo’s WIC clinics in Ballinger and Coleman will be reduced from March 2 through May.
Monday March 3, 2015 News and Weather with Kaitlin Moore and Jeremy Linder.
The top names in rodeo were invited, Saturday, for the Cinch Shootout at Foster Communications Coliseum. Our Connie Gonzalez talks with Rorey Lemmel of the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo to recap the exciting final performance where over $100,000 was distributed to the top competitors of the night.
We talk with reigning Cinch Shootout Champ, Shane Hanchey, who set an arena record, last year, in tie-down roping. Hanchey has been competing across the nation since he was 4-years-old, and has performed in San Angelo every year since 2009.
The San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo Premium Sale raised $760,000 this year for our youth across the state. We talk with the Premium Sale Chairman, Mike Boyd, who talks about the junior livestock exhibitors who have dedicated years to raising animals to earn scholarship money.
The top contestants from the past three weeks competed, Friday night, during the "Short-Go". Our Connie Gonzalez talks with Rorey Lemmel of the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo to recap the exciting performance, Friday, at Foster Communications Coliseum.
We talk with this year's San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo top Saddle Bronc rider, Wade Sundell, who set an arena record, Friday night. Wade is a two-time champion in San Angelo for Saddle Bronc Riding.
We talk with Music Director, Josh Hilton, who is the man behind the music and sound effects that fills Foster Communications Coliseum during each performance. Hilton has been a part of the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo for the past four years.
It was "Tough Enough to Wear Pink" night, Thursday, raising awareness about breast cancer. Our Connie Gonzalez talks with Rorey Lemmel of the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo to recap the tenth performance, Thursday, at Foster Communications Coliseum.
We talk with Bull Fighter, Jake King, who has participated in each performance for the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo, this year. King earned his pro-card five years ago and has since traveled to Rodeo performances all around the nation.
It's been ten years since award-winning Rodeo Entertainer, Troy Lerwill, has traveled to San Angelo, but he says it's a pleasure to be back and it remains one of his favorite events. Lerwill keeps the audience laughing throughout each performance and wow's them with an exciting motorcycle routine.
Three people were transported to a local hospital after a two car collision Friday afternoon.
The extreme winter weather conditions will also hinder some businesses and schools schedules Saturday.
Record breaking freezing temperatures left roads in the Concho Valley slick and dangerous for drivers.
Here is a list of weather related closures and delays:
The 13th annual KIXY Cares For Kids Radiothon was held Thursday at Sunset Mall. It's all part of the Children's Miracle Network in conjunction with Shannon Medical Center.
The San Angelo mayoral race is now a contested race. Thursday afternoon, David Russel Nowlin filed papers to run against the incumbent mayor, Dwain Morrison, who is seeking a second term.
Our Connie Gonzalez talks with Rorey Lemmel of the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo to recap the ninth performance, Wednesday, at Foster Communications Coliseum.
Well-known contestants compete each year at the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo, we talk with two of those competitors who have been married for the past 12 years. Will Lowe, Bareback Rider, and Tiffani Lowe, Barrel Racer, met at Vernon College and now have two boys who travel to performances all around the nation with them.
It's the final week of the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo Performances. The ninth performance, Wednesday night, is Military Appreciation Night, and we talk with Colonel Kimberlee Joos of the 17 Training Wing at Goodfellow Air Force Base. Joos says military members have put in several volunteer hours for the rodeo, and she is participating in Wednesday night's performance by "untying" calves.
The San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo provides a Cowboy Hospitality each year to prepare and serve homemade meals for rodeo contestants, each day. For many young competitors, this may be their only home cooked meal as they travel all around the nation.
KIXY's Rick Andrews previews the new movie releases, weekend events, and gives some music news...
In Texas parents have the legal right to "responsibly discipline" their children." But when do parents take it too far? We continue our special report and examine when discipline turns into child abuse.
Thursday February 26, 2015 News and Weather with Kaitlin Moore and Jeremy Linder.
A.S.U. is one of eight universities hosting the national Kennedy Center College Theatre Festival.
Hundreds of junior exhibitor's projects were judged Wednesday morning for the San Angelo Agricultural Mechanic Show.
Texas officials are taking the registration sticker and the inspection sticker, and making them into one beginning this March.
The Waze app has over 50 million users in over 200 countries, but it may be unsafe for law enforcement.
Kaitlin Moore is covering a series of stories on "Protecting your Children." In part two, she looks at new phone apps that can led to cyberbullying, sexting and criminal activity.
Wednesday February 25, 2015 Weather and News with Kaitlin Moore and Jeremy Linder.
A Texas jury has found Eddie Ray Routh guilty of murder in the killings of "American Sniper" Chris Kyle and Kyle's friend, Chad Littlefield.
Junior exhibitors from across the state showed goats and lambs, Tuesday, in hopes to advance to the premium sale. The Auto Wrangler Livestock Barn was filled with pens despite the inclement weather.
City of San Angelo Council Member of SMD four, Don Vardeman, has announced that he will not seek re-election. Two candidates, Andrew Justis and Lucy Gonzales, have filed to run for the seat in the upcoming City Council election in May.
Rick Andrews runs down movie rankings, new music news, and local events.
Carolyn McEnrue visits with TJ Hudson, a San Angelo Ambassador.
Kaitlin Moore reports on cyberbullying here in the Concho Valley-how parents can get involved and what teens can do to find relief.
Tuesday February 24, 2015 News and Weather with Kaitlin Moore and Jeremy Linder.
A Grape Creek High School teacher is under investigation for improper relation with a student.
A second candidate, Lucy Gonzales, has filed to run for the district four seat along with Andrew Justis; the seat is currently filled by Don Vardeman. The district two, four and six seats along with the Mayor's position are up in this year's city elections. The filing deadline for the May 9 San Angelo City Council elections is February 27.
Our Connie Gonzalez talks with Rorey Lemmel of the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo to recap two exciting performances, Saturday, at Foster Communications Coliseum.
We talk with Bull Fighter, Weston Rutkowski, who is participating in the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo performances for the first time. Rutkowski, a native of Haskell, competed in Oklahoma where he won for Freestyle Bull Fighting.
At each San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo performance, a crowd favorite is the Mutton Bustin' where area children try to hold on as they ride a sheep. We talk with organizer, Corey Owens, about the exciting opportunity allowing our young people to participate in during the events.
The following is a list of changes related to weather and road conditions for Tuesday February 24th, 2015.
Our Connie Gonzalez talks with Rorey Lemmel of the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo to recap Friday night's exciting performance, at Foster Communications Coliseum.
We talk with Bareback Rider, Austin Foss, who has competed in San Angelo for the past two years and has place in the top three each year. Foss has competed in the NFR for several years.
During the opening of each rodeo performance a spectacular display is put on with fireworks and flame effects. We talk with the Pyrotechnics Operator, Greg Schatt, who has organized the display in San Angelo for over 7 years.
Over 20 young ladies across the Concho Valley are involved with the San Angelo Ambassadors and they're kept busy this season as they perform during each rodeo performance. But it's not just sparkly outfits and beautiful gals on horses, Connie Gonzalez has more about what it takes to be a San Angelo Ambassador.
The second weekend of the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo wrapped up Sunday afternoon at Foster Communications Coliseum. Connie Gonzalez has the exciting highlights from the 8th performance.
The 57th Rattlesnake Roundup is the second weekend of March. Dana Winter shows you what you can expect.
Sitel had a job fair to hire 60 new employees.
Happy birthday, Texas! On this day in 1836, Texas broke away from Mexico and became a republic.
On Monday, Nina Pham and her attorney, Charla Aldous, plan to file a lawsuit seeking unspecified damages.
If you're living in Texas and don't fall within the wealthiest 1 percent of residents, chances are you're paying some of the highest tax rates in the nation.
Spring Break is just a few weeks away and Mexico continues to be a top destination for student tourists, according to tour agencies that specialize in student travel.
The Travis County Clerk has issued the first same-sex couple marriage license in Texas.
Picture it: Your ex-boyfriend kidnaps you at BB-gun-point, handcuffs you, and drives you from Texas to a bed and breakfast in Kansas, where he plans to propose.
A University of Texas fraternity is getting national attention for hosting a party that some are calling racist.
As of early Tuesday, the airplane remained on Runway 27 but was lifted off the ground.
Struggling electronics retailer RadioShack has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Texas high school athletes will likely soon not be subject to random steroid testing, at least at the state level.
Drive or fly into the mile high city and soon, there it is, the sweet smell of success.
Former SMU Law Dean and current Constitutional Law Chair John Attanasio was arrested early Sunday morning on a prostitution charge.
Parts of the Texas Panhandle had some unexpected shaking from a 3.1 magnitude earthquake.
Republican Gov. Greg Abbott says he is declaring Feb. 2 as "Chris Kyle Day" in Texas to honor the late U.S. serviceman.
State lawmakers are considering a nearly $2.5 million plan to help answer a pressing question in some Texas communities: Why does the ground keep shaking?
Levelland Police officers shot Jose Antonio Espinoza Ruiz Friday morning at the intersection of 15th Street and Avenue A. Ruiz died from the gunshots.
Hockley County authorities are investigating an officer involved shooting in Levelland Friday morning.
The Texas Senate voted Wednesday to adopt rules which will make it easier for the Republican majority to adopt legislation.
The young girl is also fighting a life and death battle against epilepsy.
On Monday night, the 6 year-old competed in the annual Justin Boots Mutton Bustin' contest at the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo.
The state comptroller told state lawmakers this week they have a multi-billion dollar surplus for budget planning , despite the drop in oil prices.
Oil and gas prices will be discussed at the 84th legislative session convening at noon Tuesday.
Authorities say a camel in Texas trampled to death its caretaker and another man at a ranch that often invited children to see the humped animals.
Two are dead after a shooter took the life of a doctor and then his own life at Fort Bliss in El Paso.
Rep. Marsha Farney, R-Burnet, has introduced a bill to make the cowboy hat the official State Hat of Texas.
Oil wells and drilling rigs define the state, but does the plunging price of oil mean Texas has gone from boom to bust?
Lubbock Police were called to the report of a pickup truck hitting a pedestrian just after 7:00 am Monday.
Starting Jan. 1, every store in Dallas will begin charging for paper and plastic bags.
This week could pave the way for big changes in the way Texas handles same-sex marriage.
Time is running out for those wanting to get holiday gifts to loved ones by Christmas Day.
For the last several years, one home owner has put together a Christmas light show in his front yard for the public to enjoy. However, this year there are some complaints of too many lights and loud music.
As 2014 draws to a close, it's nearly time for the annual deluge of tax forms, including 1098's reporting mortgage interest or W-2's from employers reporting your annual wages.
Thousands showed up to see the west side of Kyle Field get blown up.
Police confirmed that the pilot of a small plane is dead after striking two homes and crashing in an open field Thursday evening in Seagoville.
Two elementary school students received an early Christmas present Wednesday when their father, Sgt. Jake Churchwell, surprised them at school.
The Dean of the Holland Medical High School has been arrested for allegedly having sexual relations with a student.
The manhunt continues in Waco after a meteorologist from KCEN, was shot outside his news station. .
The city's new hands-free ordinance goes into effect Jan. 1, meaning the use of any portable electronic device while driving will be off limits.
The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents will meet on Thursday to consider renaming a historic building on the flagship College Station campus after a famous alumnus: Gov. Rick Perry.
A Texas based grocery chain was named one of the best places to work in America, and in the United Kingdom.
If Texas embraces open carry, it would be the largest state to have done so.
A West Texas lawmaker says too many high school football teams reach the playoffs and has introduced a bill that would reduce the number of teams that advance.
Nurse Nina Pham speaks about life after Ebola, and being recognized as a Time magazine Person of the Year.
For "Taylor," it all began outside a bus station in downtown Dallas three years ago. She was 15 at the time, and running away from home.
X Games announced next year's Austin competition will take place June 4-7 at Circuit of the Americas.
A mother heartbroken after picture was taken with her physically disabled son cast to the side.
The Office of the Attorney General today filed an amended complaint adding more states to its current challenge to Obama's executive action on immigration.
The company still hopes to sell its electric cars directly to Texans over the Internet.
Police in Tulia released a statement Monday morning, saying a Lubbock woman, Lydia Delacerda, led officers on a high-speed chase.
GAS PRICES ARE DROPPING! (December 8)- Average retail gasoline prices in Texas have fallen 6.7 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.46/g, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 13,114 gas outlets in Texas.