Students completed a fitness challenge.
The San Angelo Mom's Club's Mom's Expo.
The Grape Creek Volunteer Fire Department opens its doors.
Some employees at Sam's Club on Sherwood Way donated their time to cook up some hamburgers in an effort to raise funds for Children's Miracle Network at Shannon Medical Center.
In the San Angelo Stadium parking lot kids and adults alike were able to see cars, trucks, and equipment of all sizes. It was an up close and personal experience as the kids were able to get their hands on many of the displays.
Some young kids were getting some exercise Saturday morning over at the YMCA with the Healthy Kids Olympics. They competed in numerous activities and would compare their times and results to national standards in health and fitness.
This week's Concho Valley Homepage Teacher of the Week is Sherry Smith. Smith is from Wall and teaches at Wall Middle School.
Friday afternoon rains were a welcome sight across the Concho Valley, but also a reminder of how powerful water can be.
San Angelo citizens with outstanding warrants were targeted by the City Marshal's Office and the San Angelo Police Department.
San Angelo attorney Carmen Symes Dusek will file to run in the Republican Primary for the 391st District Judge nomination.
Dana Winter takes a look at your local headlines and forecast.
United Blood Services asks you to think about donating blood. With the number of donors dropping off drastically in the summer -- they need people to regularly donate.
Lots of people were downtown for Thursday's Artwalk activities. The A.S.U. Jazz Ensemble performed a free concert at The Little Longhorn.
Future pet owners will now have less wait time when it comes to adopting, and there will no longer be an outside outlet to surrender unwanted pets.
A San Angelo man has been formally indicted for manslaughter.
The 13th Annual San Angelo Ceramic Symposium kicks off Thursday.
Dana Winter takes a look at your upcoming five day forecast
Angelo State University alumna Kristy Melton, senior winemaker at the Clos Du Val Winery in California’s Napa Valley, will deliver the commencement address during ASU’s spring graduation ceremonies on Saturday, May 16, in the Junell Center/Stephens Arena.
Jacob Spiller, a cadet in Angelo State University’s Air Force ROTC Detachment 847, has been selected as the Cadet of the Year for the Southwest Region.
Your Concho Valley Insider, Clint Dooley, goes dancing...
Rick gives you previews of what is coming up this weekend in local entertainment.
Dana Winter takes a look at your latest headlines and forecast.
After burning down on Valentine's Day, Lonestar Cheeseburger reopened.
The program will include all of the candidates on the ballot of the May 9th municipal election. [Mayor and City council Districts 2, 4, and 6]
Shannon patients made the move to the newly renovated inpatient rehabilitation center at the St. John's location.
Senate Bill 893 and House Bill 2543 will amend state laws pertaining to teacher appraisals, compensation and professional development.
A Houston hospital has announced that a woman has given birth to five baby girls.
Wednesday 04/15/15 News and Weather with Kaitlin Moore.
Five area businesses were honored. Devon Energy, NewQuest, I.T. Solutions, Yellowhouse Machinery, and Decoty Coffee.
Pinwheel Ceremony at the Court House San Angelo, Texas, April 8, 2015 - It's all about the kids and that statement holds true for the Children's Advocacy Center (CAC). On Tuesday, April 14th, 12:00 pm on the Court House steps, the CAC expects a crowd of over 600 for the annual Pinwheel Ceremony.
This weeks Fugitive of the Week from San Angelo Crime Stoppers is Kimberly Linthicum.
Officer Zach Upton from S.A.P.D. discusses crime prevention during Chief's Corner. Upton says crime increases in the spring and there are things you can do to prevent crime.
Wednesday is the deadline for filing personal income tax returns for both federal and state governments.
Rick Andrews imparts entertainment news about movies, music, DVD's, and other information.
Tuesday April 14, 2015 News and Weather with Kaitlin Moore.
TOMORROW IS FINAL DAY TO SETTLE UP WARRANTS OR YOU
San Angelo Woman Arrested in Stabbing Incident
Pay up or go to jail. The city Marshal's office warned Monday that people who have outstanding warrants need to pay up or they'll go to jail.
Democratic Party Leader speaks out on Hillary Clinton's announcement.
A 24 year-old San Angelo woman was arrested this weekend after she stabbed her 31 year-old boyfriend at a residence in an east San Angelo Neighborhood.
Springtime in Texas is known for the beautiful wildflowers that blanket the fields and roadsides across our state, including the state flower, the Bluebonnet. Here are a few tips to help everyone enjoy the wildflower season safely and lawfully.
Kaitlin Moore gets the details from Friends of the Library. They are hosting their annual book sale at the McNease Convention Center,
Monday April 13, 2015 News and Weather with Kaitlin Moore.
Dana Winter takes a look at what you can expect this week in weather.
Hillary Clinton is officially running for president. John Podesta, the chairman of her presumptive campaign, sent an email message to Democratic backers Sunday saying "it's official: Hillary's running for president."
Plant lovers brought their wagons out this morning to annual plant sale.
Artists of all ages were invited to bring their imagination out to the 12th Annual Sidewalk Chalk Art Festival sponsored by Art in Uncommon Places.
***INFORMATION COURTESY OF SAPD*** For Immediate Release April 11, 2015 # SAPD K9 Duke Locates Wanted Man Who Barked up the Wrong Tree A San Angelo man was arrested last night after he led police on a brief foot pursuit.
Angelo State University's Air Force ROTC hosted its annual Junior ROTC Drill Meet for high school students from across Texas on the ASU Campus on Saturday.
The Blue Knights of San Angelo honored fallen officer Jamie Padron on Saturday with the second annual Ironbutt Run.
A Houston hospital has announced that a woman has given birth to five baby girls.
Texas lawmakers are considering whether to allow publicly traded retailers such as Wal-mart to open their own liquor stores.
Over the weekend, a 47 year old women died after she was struck by a moving vehicle off Interstate 20.
The fire in a propylene unit at Exxonmobil chemical forced the company to shut down the entire chemical plant Monday.
Cruz is expected to make his first public remarks on his announcement.
Randall County Jail inmate has walked away from a work detail in Canyon, according to a written statement released Thursday morning.
What does one do with 20,000 lbs. of seized fireworks? Blow them up, of course!
It should have been a night of fun at the rodeo, but for the Cody family it spiraled way out of control.
The Texas Senate has given its final approval to licensed open carry of handguns in the state, sending the measure to the House.
In 2013, several beer-centric legislation helped brewers grow their business. This time around, there’s a proposal that might hurt the way they do business.
More than 700 students from around the country are doing what they can to help spring breakers on Padre Island who need a ride.
A group of nearly 700 students from around the country are doing what they can to help those spring breakers on South Padre Island who may need a ride.
Firefighters responded to a two-alarm fire reported at an apartment complex in Pasadena early Tuesday.
At many universities, campus-wide campaigns take place each year to determine various student leadership roles.
Investigators with the state education agency are reporting an increase in allegations of sexual relationships between educators and students, mirroring a trend seen nationwide.
Texas retailers are bracing for a possible slump in sales as Mexican shoppers cope with currency fluctuations after the peso plunged to a historic low against the dollar this week.
A 10-year-old boy was killed in an all-terrain vehicle accident Saturday in Saint Jo, TX.
A strike under way for nearly two-month at 15 oil refineries across the country, including one in Texas City, may be coming to an end.
Sixteen months ago, it was the fight to honor Marlise Muñoz's wishes, and on Thursday, it's the fight honor her memory.
At the capital, representatives are tweeting and arguing about a sign put up in the office on the matter of abortion.
After an Iraqi immigrant was shot dead outside his Dallas apartment Wednesday, the police released video of the suspects believed to have been involved in the murder of Ahmed Al-Jumaili.
Two people were killed and one was critically injured in a traffic accident Sunday morning in Hall County.
Before Ian McLagan's death in December 2014, he was an ardent supporter of a ban on texting while driving; a ban one lawmaker wants to make statewide.
A male nurse with a record of license revocations has been indicted by a Tarrant County grand jury on a charge of sexually assaulting a female patient at Medical Center of Arlington in March 2014.
Five participating West Texas John Deere dealerships are hosting their 2015 Drive Green Demo Days events on Saturday, March 28. Quality Implement Company in Brady is a participating dealer as well as South Plains Implement in San Angelo.
A new multi-million dollar campaign, Texas Wins, kicked off today amid alarming efforts to openly promote - and expand – discrimination in the Lone Star State.
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.