Wednesday, a local surgeon performed the first robotic gallbladder surgery in San Angelo; it's one of the most common surgeries performed in the United States.
City council approved a plan to remove the large live oak tree growing next to the Water Lily Pond. The tree was affecting the water lily's environment because of leaf dropage and root growth.
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.
Wednesday April 16, 2014 News and Weather Headlines
Tuesday April 15, 2014 News and Weather Headlines
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.
Monday April 14, 2014 News and Weather Headlines
State Representative, Drew Darby, presented a proclamation to Tree of Life Church Sunday morning recognizing the annual "Easter Fest" as the largest egg hunt in the state.
The Cowboy Church of San Angelo held the 4th annual Spring Gathering event at the 1st Community Federal Credit Union Spur Arena.
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.
The Children's Advocacy Center spread Child Abuse Prevention awareness by hosting the 9th annual Picnic in the Park.
This week's Hometown Hero is Corporal Alex Byrd.
"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.
The annual Sidewalk Chalk Art Festival attracted those of all ages Saturday morning; this marks the eleventh year "Art in Uncommon Places" has hosted the event.
Children of all ages enjoyed a day of exploring and learning about their favorite city vehicles and how they serve the community.
Saturday afternoon, an elderly woman sustained injuries after she was run over by her own vehicle.
Dozens gathered at the San Angelo VFW Saturday morning to support veterans of the Concho Valley.
Residents from across the Concho Valley of various domination's came together to form a prayer chain to pray for rain.
Many people turned out the Wells Fargo Pavilion for the 7th Annual Bluegrass Festival.
Companies around the U.S. get cactus plants to landscape commercial buildings and hotels from Cactustown Texas, a ranch 12 miles outside of San Angelo featuring 150 different types of cactus plants.
Friday April 11, 2014 News and Weather Headlines
Thursday April 10, 2014 News and Weather Headlines
Despite a few showers across the Concho Valley this week it made little effect on the dry conditions. The ground is so dry that it can damage the foundation of your home and lead to costly repairs.
Wednesday April 9, 2014 News and Weather Headlines
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.
Tuesday April 8, 2014 News and Weather Headlines
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.
Monday April 7, 2014 News and Weather Headlines
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.
Watch Sunday's 5-day forecast.
Some may say it was a miracle a woman left the scene of an accident Saturday afternoon without injuries.
Hundreds joined the movement Saturday morning in creating a world free of Multiple Sclerosis at Walk MS.
Almost 40 girls, some as young as toddlers, participated in the preliminary Our Diamond Miss Pageant Saturday.
San Angelo residents are finishing worshiping after praying for rain nearly all day at the River Stage Downtown.
Over 50 groups in Tom Green County joined hundreds around the state for the annual trash-off Saturday morning.
A group of San Angeloans are honoring former SAPD Officer Jaime Padron who was also a Blue Knights motorcyclist in San Angelo's local chapter... before moving to Austin.
It is Prom season here in San Angelo, and for Central High School Seniors the big day is only three weeks away. One young man hit it out of the park when he planned his prom-posal.
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.
Stango's Coffee Shop has a vintage style to the dining atmosphere, while providing ice cream, coffee and sandwiches. Steven Stango tells us more about the shop in this week's Downtown Life segment.
Two vehicles, one a gold Toyota Highlander and the other a black Toyota Tundra, crashed into each other Friday morning on Loop 306.
Friday April 4, 2014 News and Weather Headlines
We are one step closer to the completion of the airport renovations as phase one wrapped up this week.
Representatives from Goodfellow Airforce Base are responding after the tragic events at Ft. Hood Wednesday.
Thursday April 3, 2014 News and Weather Headlines
Project Humanity is a non profit organization that recruits volunteers for trips to Africa where they provide prenatal and medical care for the less fortunate in third world countries.
The City of San Angelo has been authorized to begin blending water from the Hickory Aquifer with water from the city's surface supply. Now, the question remains when will that water begin running through our faucets.
CNN reporting that according to U.S. Officials four people died in Fort Hood shooting including the gunman.
Wednesday April 2. 2014 News and Weather Headlines
This week's Hometown Heroes are two great friends- Armando Vasquez Jr. and Tom Bright.