Top of the Morning News Brief for Friday, December 13, 2013.
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Area Catholics celebrated the Feast Day of Our Lady of Guadalupe with a mass and procession from St. Mary's Catholic Church to Sacred Heart Cathedral. Bishop Michael Pfeifer lead the procession for the last time.
After more than five years, the city's most active live music venue closes.
San Angelo is welcoming a new bishop to the area. At the announcement today, church members had the opportunity to meet Bishop Michael Sis. Read more here.
A local transportation service for elderly and physically challenged adults closes.
Top of the Morning News Brief for Thursday, December 12, 2013.
San Angelo has one of the highest hotel occupancy rates in west Texas. By this time next year, at least six new hotels will be open and more could be on the way.
Top of the Morning News Brief for Wednesday, December 11, 2013.
More than five hundred ASU students will graduate this fall semester.
Monday was the deadline for all March Primary Election Candidate filings. Following the November Retirement of long time County Judge, Mike Brown, Stephen Floyd was appointed to the bench early this month. Floyd has filed for re-election in the primaries, he'll be opposed by Richard Easingwood, Jr.
Sesame Street Coming to San Angelo Wednesday, December 11th.
Top of the Morning News Brief for Tuesday, December 10, 2013.
The San Angelo Early Childhood Center provides an enviroment for our children to develop and prepare for school. This non-profit organization primarily serves low-income families with 200 thriving children under their roof.
Top of the Morning News Brief for Monday, December 9, 2013.
A local six-year-old Filipino-American decided to use his piano skills to help raise money for the Philippines Typhoon Haiyan victims.
The Central High School Band and Freshman Band performed the annual Winter Concert
Dozens decided to stay indoors Saturday afternoon as they gathered in Sunset Mall for the fourth "Spread the Cheer Fashion Show." Local and area models as young as four-years-old showcased the styles of various stores in Sunset Mall.
The 32nd annual "Christmas at Old Fort Concho" was set to kick-off Friday afternoon, but due to challenging weather conditions and dangerous roads a full day was cancelled for the first time in the event's history. Although the first program for Saturday "Pancakes with Santa" was also cancelled, the San Angelo Christmas tradition is now underway in hopes the public will bear the cold and come out to the grounds.
All flights scheduled to travel through Mathis Field Friday night and Saturday were canceled. Sunday, American Airlines has also canceled the 6:20 a.m. and 10:20 a.m. departures. The arrival at 10:20 a.m. Sunday has also been canceled.
The city and much of the Concho Valley was at a virtual stand still for much of the day, Friday, after the passing of a winter storm that left behind a blanket of ice. For the first time in 32 years, weather conditions have forced the cancellation of parts of "Christmas at Old Fort Concho".
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Top of the Morning News Brief for Friday, December 6, 2013.
Another winter storm is upon us tonight. TxDOT has pretreated some of the roads, but cannot get to them all. Officials say to take it easy throughout the weekend. Michelle Kingston reports.
120513 Midday Weather Forecast *Winter Weather Advisory begins at 6 p.m. tonight
A listing of winter storm cancellations for Thursday, December 5 and Friday, December 6.
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Top of the Morning News Brief for Thursday, December 5, 2013.
The San Angleo Police Department is being proactive in hopes of preventing a crime increase in the surrounding community.
The San Angleo Police Department is being proactive in hopes of preventing a crime increase in the surrounding community. According to National Insurance Crime Bureau representative, John Mitchell, a increase in car thefts is a very likely possibility. Read how to prevent your car from being stolen here.
Top of the Morning News Brief for Wednesday, December 4, 2013.
City Council members are still trying to figure our how to handle the influx of workers associated with the oil boom. Tuesday, members adopted an ordinance putting a 90-day hold on any applications for R.V or Trailer Parks, commonly used as "man-camps" for oil workers.
A new fire truck is slated to come to the San Angelo Fire Department. This announcement comes after the San Angelo City Council approved the measure to purchase a new truck. To learn why firefighters say this truck will help them do a better job, click here.
Top of the Morning News Brief for Tuesday, December 3, 2013.
Residents can look forward to a Christmas celebration this Saturday. From breakfast with Santa to a live concert, organizers are promising fun for kids of all ages. Natives have several different events to look forward to. All events will be hosted in the stables. Click here for more information.
Top of the Morning News Brief for Monday, December 2, 2013.
Sunday afternoon, the Tom Green County Commissioners Court appointed Steve Floyd to County Judge. Floyd filled the vacant seat following the retirement of Mike Brown.
Developing Artist Cody Rumsey discovered his unique talents at the age of two.
The second annual Christmas in Christoval event took place Saturday.
Following "Gray Thursday" and "Black Friday" is "Small Business Saturday" to encourage shoppers to visit those small businesses during this busy Thanksgiving weekend.
The San Angelo Railway Museum kicked off their 18th Annual "Santa's Santa Fe Christmas" Friday night, but don't worry the show will continue throughout the month of December.
People looking for unique handmade holiday gifts stopped by the Chicken Farm for a Thanksgiving open house.
While Black Friday shoppers are out and about, in crowded parking lots and in stores full of people hunting for a bargain, many local stores are also opening with deals for their customers. $5.5 billion was spent at locally-owned shops across the country during last year's Black Friday weekend with more than half staying in the community.
Top of the Morning News Brief for Friday, November 29, 2013.
A man used an electrical space heater to warm an office in the 100 block of Main Street, but investigators think the heater overloaded the electrical circuit and caused a fire.
For the first time ever on a Thanksgiving, San Angelo stores are opening for thier black Friday sales.
The U.S.D.A. estimates americans will spend almost two point four billion dollars on Thanksgiving dinners. Local grocery stores were packed and stores have extended hours.
The busy Thanksgiving travel day resulted in an injury accident on South Bryant. One woman was transported to the hospital.
Top of the Morning News Brief for Wednesday, November 27, 2013.