Getting paid for doing the right thing. Kaitlin Moore talks with Kayce Armstrong about how crimestoppers helps the San Angelo Community.
Monday December 22, 2014 News and Weather Headlines with Kaitlin Moore and Jeremy Linder.
Here's a look at your upcoming five day forecast
The San Angelo Civic Ballet presents The Nutcracker
The holiday celebration continues at the eleventh annual "Spirit of Christmas".
ARLINGTON, TX – The Dallas Cowboys Will return to the playoffs for the first time since 2009 after a dominating 42-7 win against the Indianapolis Colts.
December's Cactus Market Days featured several vendors selling handmade goods as well as Santa.
In Ballinger, police have a toy drive for kids in need this holiday season.
Stubborn clouds are slow to dissipate Sunday; but, the good news is that temperatures are on the rise with mostly sunny skies.
The holiday season is underway and, according to one local alarm company, many home and business owners adding extra security against prospective thieves.
Our very own, Freddy Deanda, was presented with an award, from Conexion Hispana, the bilingual newspaper.
The Shannon Clinic Chief Operating Officer is retiring after 26 years of service.
United Blood Services is reaching out to collect donations before the Christmas and New Year's holidays.
A pre-trial hearing was held today for Isidro Delacruz, a San Angelo man who's charged with capital murder in the death of five-year-old Naiya Villegas.
Local city officials talked about national 3-D month or drunk, drugged and distracted driving awareness month. The Concho Valley Cares Coalition and the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council for the Concho Valley collaborated for a press conference, Friday.
Third grade students at Fort Concho Elementary School performed the final show of their annual Christmas program, Friday.
Four cadets graduated from the San Angelo Police Department Academy, Friday.
Friday December, 19, 2014, News and Weather Headlines with Kaitlin Moore and Jeremy Linder.
Troopers are out in full force patrolling the roadways during this busy travel season. The Texas Department of Public Safety have increased DWI patrols through January 2.
Water management took center stage at the Agrilife Center in San Angelo. Area Seven officials discussed everything from groundwater management to regulations.
The San Angelo Civic Ballet is sold out for this weekends performances of the Nutcracker. They opened up the dress rehearsal, Thursday night, to the public allowing those without tickets to witness the spectacular performance, at Lake View Auditorium.
The Salvation Army is spreading some holiday cheer to nearly 1,000 children in the community.
The San Angelo Health Foundation has given back more than $40 million (M) to community organizations.
Starting Friday the Texas Department of Public Safety will increase DWI patrols for the holiday season.
Brady Police are praising Facebook.
Rick Andrews breaks down the Entertainment Update for this weekend.
Thursday December 12, 2014 News and Weather Headlines with Kaitlin Moore and Jeremy Linder.
The results are in for this year's Christmas window display contest. The downtown boutique, Sassy Fox, located on Concho Avenue, was presented with a personalized Christmas card.
Hundreds gathered, Wednesday, to honor a retired San Angelo teacher. Elaine Howard, received the Distinguished Lifetime Achievement award at Fort Concho Elementary School.
A local cardiologist is retiring after more than 40 years of service in the medical community. Dozens attended a retirement reception, Wednesday, for Dr. Gene Sherrod of Shannon Clinic.
A woman is recovering after being ejected from a vehicle, Tuesday night. According to police, around 10 p.m. on the 2300 block of Houston Harte expressway.
Kaitlin Moore reports on how the dropping gas prices could effect the local economy. In this interview Congressman Mike Conaway speaks on the matter.
Angelo State University Police held drills on Tuesday evening to help prepare themselves for any potential real emergency.
Wednesday December 17, 2014 News and Weather Headlines with Kaitlin Moore and Jeremy Linder.
San Angelo resident helped police in the arrest of a man charged with burglarizing a vehicle parked on Sherwood Way.
At Tuesday's City Council meeting, members agreed to endorse a North Central company to sell homeowners insurance in San Angelo.
Rick Andrews' Entertainment Update for 12/16/14
S.A.I.S.D. looks to bring an innovative course to 11th and 12th grade students.
Tuesday December16, 2014 News and Weather Headlines with Kaitlin Moore and Jeremy Linder.
Police say a motorist hit a 37 year old pedestrian early Sunday and then fled. It happened shortly before two in the 600 block of South Chadbourne.
Students at TLCA hosted a competition collecting food for residents in the Concho Valley. The inaugural fundraiser was organized by students.
Chick-Fil-A presented a check to the San Angelo Area Foundation, Monday.
The San Angelo Independent School District School Board approved a new innovative oil and gas class to be taught at the West Texas Training Center. One section of the class will be offered to any 11th or 12th graders at Central and Lake View High Schools.
It's not the movies, it's Jurassic Quest at the Spur Arena the weekend of the 13th of December.
On Coffee Talk, Carl White from Parks and Rec Department is in our studio talking about a tree giveaway.
Monday, December 15, 2014, News and Weather Headlines with Kaitlin Moore and Jeremy Linder.
Habitat for Humanity finished a home for a family just in time for the holiday season.
Rather than driving to see holiday lights, dozens ran to see them.
The 12th annual Sierra Lights Extravaganza took place Saturday, December 13th. Dana Winter takes a look.
Bikers came out to support Toys for Tots in the Concho Valley
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.
Texas is leading a 17-state coalition in suing over the Obama administration's recently announced executive actions on immigration.
A federal appeals court in New Orleans on Wednesday halted the execution of Texas killer Scott Panetti.
On December 2, 2014, John M. Fiala entered a plea of guilty in the 452nd District Court of aggravated sexual assault and received 30 years to be served.
Trey Ganem isn't just spreading a coat of paint, but one of comfort for five fallen children.
A train was derailed around 12:30 a.m. Wednesday about 20 miles east of Ballinger on Highway 67.
The man identified as the gunman in a Thursday morning shooting at Florida State University, Myran De’Shawn May, was a 2009 graduate of the Texas Tech University Law School according to the website for the State Bar of Texas.
A contract worker has died in an industrial accident at a manufacturing plant in South Texas.
A national non-profit known for its work to legalize marijuana is now organizing support here in Texas.
Mourners have lit candles and left flowers at the Texas A&M Bonfire Memorial to honor those killed and injured 15 years ago in the log pile collapse.
In a joint statement Tuesday by all parties, Six Flags said that it and Gerstlauer Amusement Rides had reached the deal with the family of Rosy Esparza.
Two brothers were among four workers who died Saturday after a chemical leak at a La Porte facility.
A motorist flagged down the ambulance to say a dog was on a side step.
This is the first time that a bride has walked down the aisle of this different kind of quiet sanctuary, where so many prayers have been said.
Life in the Jeffery household isn't quite what it used to be. Leah Jeffery said that has less to do with her husband's death than it does with what happened after he passed away.
A different kind of American hero is being unleashed in North Texas.
A court date was reset Monday for a former University of Texas wide receiver Montrel Meander charged with sexual assault.
Vinita Hegwood taught her students a lesson, but it probably wasn't the one she expected.
A 13-foot alligator was shot and killed near Jasper after residents expressed concern that it was lurking around their neighborhood.
Gov. Rick Perry will make his first appearance in court Thursday morning in the felony case against him.
The nurse who flew on a commercial jet before being diagnosed with Ebola says she wasn't careless or reckless.
54, Sherill Small, who was charged with capital murder in Aug. 2013 for killing her foster daughter, has been convicted and sentenced to life in prison without parole.
Authorities say a 16-year-old boy struck and killed a man with his car outside of a West Texas convenience store after the man refused to buy him beer.
Average retail gasoline prices in Texas have fallen 3.9 cents per gallon in the past week.
After 33 years, the family of Jimmie Sue Smith said police recently gave them more information about the murder.
Break-ins have been invading the media lately, and women seem to be common targets.
The San Marcos Police Department is investigating a suspicious death one block north of the Texas State University campus Wednesday.
Former Texas coach Mack Brown is enjoying the television gig that keeps him involved in football, but he hasn't closed the door on coaching.
They're charged with sexual trafficking of a minor and one count of conspiring to harbor illegal alien.
A Park Cities man who got international attention for decorating his home like an Ebola hazmat scene says he wants to use the attention to help raise money for charity, but he's having a bit of trouble.
Julius Whittier is suing NCAA.
During their deployment, Dyess Airmen will be tasked with moving supplies, medical equipment and other materials as part of a comprehensive effort led by the U.S. Agency for International Development to respond and contain the outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa. Team Dyess Airmen and aircraft will eventually bed down in Dakar, Senegal, and will be joined by an additional 80 Airmen and two C- 130Js.