San Angelo citizens with outstanding warrants were targeted by the City Marshal's Office and the San Angelo Police Department.
The 13th Annual San Angelo Ceramic Symposium kicks off Thursday.
Senate Bill 893 and House Bill 2543 will amend state laws pertaining to teacher appraisals, compensation and professional development.
Wednesday is the deadline for filing personal income tax returns for both federal and state governments.
Democratic Party Leader speaks out on Hillary Clinton's announcement.
Lauren Hill, 19, dies after battling an inoperable brain tumor.
Angelo State University makes the national list for least expensive college dorms.
Property taxes have been rising and Texas ranks high on the top 10 list in the country.
The fire department seeks approval to increase its number of drivers and decrease its number of fire fighters.
One man remembers his friend by taking a 25 mile walk from San Angelo to Knickerbocker.
Texas' largest Easter Egg Hunt adds new features for this year's event.
Small-home concept helps seniors with Alzheimer's and dementia thrive and flourish.
San Angelo Firefighters fill the streets in effort to save and improve the lives of people affected by muscle disease.
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy is not known to many, but is on the rise in wound care treatment.
Warmer temperatures are bringing out rattlesnakes, see how you can protect your fury friends from getting too close by "snake-proofing."
One of San Angelo's busiest intersections finally becomes pedestrian-friendly.
Physics students at Grape Creek High School expand their physics lesson by hand-making catapults.
Meals for the Elderly held their Community Champions Day on Tuesday .
The number of people with diabetes in Tom Green County has increased over the past four years -- and experts say it's a good idea to be tested. Tuesday is Diabetes Alert Day and doctors at Shannon Medical Center are educating people about the disease.
A new study by the Journal of the American College of Cardiology shows you can dramatically reduce your chances of having heart disease with six steps. This wraps up our 'Matters of the Heart' series.
At Shannon Medical Center, the waiting room in the Regional Heart Center is packed with patients and family. Many are waiting for their loved ones to come out of surgery.
It is American Heart Month and, this week, we are taking an in-depth look at heart disease. This is the first in our "Matters of the Heart" series
City Council Members are considering an affordable housing project in southwest San Angelo.
Local elementary students packed hundreds of lunches Wednesday to give the homeless in the Concho Valley.
Final preparations are underway for the annual Stock Show and Rodeo - which kicks off Friday.
Local bar-b-que restaurants are feeling the effects of the drought and higher beef prices. Some have already raised their prices.
This week, Zoning Board of Adjustment members ruled sand transloading facilities do not qualify under light manufacturing.
Hundreds of residents packed the McNease Convention Center as Zoning Board of Adjustment members considered amending the ordinance to prohibit a sand transloading facility.
It is a story we have been following for months now and Monday there may be a resolution.
Valentine's Day is around the corner and we are looking into the new trends for a girl's best friend.
Dr. Carol Ann Bonds is the recipient of the 2015 Citizen of the Year award by the Chamber of Commerce.
We are looking at qualifications for Social Security's Supplemental Income Disability. A San Angelo man says he has been denied nine times.
There is a new study by American Journal of Pediatrics which may surprise you ... it shows student athletes do not need as much time as previously thought to recover from concussions.
At the monthly planning commission meeting, members considered changing the sand transloading zoning classification from heavy to light manufacturing.
This week, staff and volunteers from Fort Concho participated in Governor Abbott's Inauguration Parade in Austin. Only fifty units from across the state were selected
Here is some good news for homeowners. Right now, refinancing rates are the lowest they have been in about two years.
Oil prices are closing less than $50 per barrel and the slowdown is costing some oil field workers their jobs.
At the city council meeting Tuesday, council considered approving a resolution related to the future development of sand transloading facilities.
Cupcakes, brownies, and some sugary baked goods are being allowed back into classrooms; but, there are still some restrictions.
The former White House Chef during the Clinton and Bush administrations is in San Angelo this weekend for the annual Cultural Affairs Council's gourmet dinner and central culinary students will be helping him.
Officials said the slowdown in the energy industry is causing more people to be left without a home.
Two South Texas men died in a collision after hitting a patch of ice on Highway 67 in Irion County.
Salvation Army's warming center is open to transients who need a war place to stay for the night.
Lower temperatures are here and many shoppers are already stocking up on necessities.
Congress starts its new session Tuesday and legislators are expected to consider changing the age limit of minors from 17 to 18-years-old.
For the second time in two days, another silica sand company is looking to build a sand transloading facility in Tom Green County.
We begin with a heated zoning meeting Monday. Several dozen people who are against a proposed 'sand transloading facility spoke out against the project.
San Angelo Regional Airport reopened Friday allowing many passengers who were stranded here to leave for the first time in two days.
In the past two days, 27% of emergency room visits at local hospital have been related to incremental weather.
Already over 70 car crashes have happened within the city limits. A police sergeant said he expects even more collisions before the night is through.
Daija Barrett hails from the Central Florida hamlet of Avon Park. As a native Floridian, she brings to the Concho Valley lots of sunshine. Daija holds a bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism from Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University in Tallahassee, FL. When not working, Daija enjoys volunterring, community involvement and exploring the Concho Valley. She continues to progress her passion for writing and her enthusiasm for journalism.
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