Stephanie Garland is a born Texan. She grew up just hours from here in Houston.She joins our team from WMC-TV in Memphis, Tennessee where she worked as the Digital Content Producer. She has a bachelor's from Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas and is proud to be the KLST/KSAN News Connection Reporter.
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.
Recently, there has been a surge in car crashes on local roads.
You may recall....back in November, a Ballinger Police Officer resigned from his job after fighting to keep his position.
A Howard College student, who has cerebral palsy, spoke Thursday to local elementary students inspiring them to stand up to bullies and never give up in spite of challenges.
Over the past two months, the number of home burglaries has risen significantly compared to to this time last year.
Tis the holiday season and a number of San Angelo homes are decorated for Christmas. In Southwest San Angelo, one family is making an annual tradition out of their light show.
A new Chick-Fil-A just off Sherwood Way opens this week and the new location will alleviate some of the traffic backups on Sherwood Way.
One of the largest Chick-Fil-A restaurants in Texas will be opening in San Angelo this week. At a special ribbon cutting Monday, people remembered Bill Roberson, who started the local franchise.
We are launching our two part education series Friday. The second story will air on KSAN Saturday at 10 p.m. and on KLST at 10 p.m. Sunday.
The city of Ballinger is in stage three of six on its drought conservation plan, with residents only watering once a week.
This loving story about a man's best friend is making national news after Buddy the beagle traveled 20 miles on an ambulance with his ill owner inside.
Law enforcement officers said they are keeping an eye out for the newest form of methamphetamine that is being seen in larger Texas cities.
We continue our oil and gas series "The New Boom" Tuesday as a Dallas-based company, Breitling Energy, looks to begin fracking its latest well in Sterling Count. We are discussing how safe working at the energy company really is.
Destructive thunderstorms damaged the Brite Mara Apartments off North Chadbourne and now - five months later - the roof is finally being replaced.
We are continuing our special "Law without Order" series. We hear from a former heroin addict who said he completely turned his life around and is now counseling other addicts.
There is a potential change in the works when it comes to permitting of oil and gas pipelines in Texas.
Texas Rangers are investigating the death of an inmate at the Tom Green County jail, a former Runnels County Justice of the Peace in for a DWI conviction.
About a month ago, a tragic crash on South Bryant Boulevard and South Jackson Street between a semi-truck and a pickup left the mother of two dead and injured her baby girl.
We are continuing our crime coverage with a look at domestic violence. The local shelter reports domestic violence is at least 25 percent higher already than this time last year.
Even without the oil and gas industry, local Chamber of Commerce President said our economy is pretty strong.
Voting is well underway here in the Concho Valley, with several more hours left to let your voice be heard. There are only three contested races here locally.
A change on the city's Design and Historic Review Commission board took place this week.
In this state, the Department of Public Safety requires a sex offender to register and periodically report to local law enforcement.
"You know, I think that's one of the best parts of any life experience is being involved in the arts," said artist Maron Phillips.
Construction on the new San Angelo Performing Arts Center began Wednesday after a Groundbreaking Ceremony celebrating the start of the about 8.7 million-dollar project.
"I got invited to an En Plein Air event down in Augusta, Missouri a couple of years and tried it out and got hooked. It's a lot of fun painting outside in open air," said artist Nyle Gordon from Kirksville, Missouri.
A Brady High School student is charged with misdemeanor gun possession after his arrest Monday.
The National En Plein Air competition began Sunday and, this week we are featuring different competitors. Here is Jimmy Longacre from Dripping Springs.
The first Inaugral National En Plein Air competition began Sunday and, this week, we are featuring different competitors.
At Goodfellow Air Force base, dozens of young airmen and women learned about Sergeant Dale Brandenburg and his sacrifice in the Vietnam War.
The Cinch Roping Fiesta kicked off Friday at the First Community Credit Union Spur Arena.
San Angelo Homeless Count and Characteristics Survey Results
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Midland Homeless Count and Characteristics Survey 2010
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