A Vietnam veteran, who lives in San Angelo, wants to know who was responsible for taking a picture of the president out of the local VA office and setting it under a tree.
There were lights, sirens, and emergency responders at Mathis Field Thursday. There was not an actual plane crash at the airport; but, they were practicing for the real thing.
Several Concho Valley counties are receiving state funding for road repairs. Irion County received one of the largest grants at $2.5 million to repair damage on roads with heavy oil field traffic.
A so-called "superweed", an adapted strain of pigweed, is spreading through cotton fields around Wall. This adapted strain was first reported in August 2013.
There is a Texas outbreak of cyclospora. It is a stomach bug that can turn deadly and doctors are looking for a solution. So far, Shannon physicians said they have not seen any cases; but, that could always change.
The latest statistics show oil field production is at an all time high in several West Texas counties and that means more royalties for landowners and several of the state universities, Texas A&M and University of Texas, are benefiting as well.
The residents of Barnhart are now able to use their new water well, which is pumping as much a 20 gallons of water a minute, that is up from five gallons before this well was online.
At the Water Treatment Plant, Friday city employees are replacing a 7-year-old water filter with a new one and, for the first time, the city is trying a different method in order to reduce the cloudiness in the water.
A former city employee, Diana Farris, is charged with theft and is accused of stealing thousands of taxpayer dollars.
Construction at San Angelo's Mathis Field has continued for more than two years and it is still behind schedule
San Angelo city council members Tuesday approved new increased fees for residential trash collection that will go up by almost $4.00 a month.
Results from a nationwide test are in and San Angelo's drinking water supply contains 7 out of 28 potentially harmful chemicals. City employees said the levels are still within safe drinking guidelines.
On Tuesday's County Commissioner's agenda is a resolution regarding unaccompanied minors present in Texas without authorization.
For the first time since the Foster Communications Coliseum was built in 1958, the roof to the coliseum is being completely replaced in what could cost as much as $700,000.
The Irion County town of Barnhart has seen an increase in population because of oil production in the area. They are also running out of water.
The main lobby of the Concho Educators Federal Credit Union closed Tuesday because of Monday's collision. Police are investigating whether drinking while intoxicated was a factor.
With the July 4th weekend, AAA is offering a last resort, a free tow program for passengers and drivers.
The lines extended to the streets on either side of the River Stage Thursday as people waited for the gates to open.
It is the 27th annual January 3rd Pops concert and spectators were lining up, some as early as 4:30 or 6:30 a.m., to reserve a first spot.
For this Fourth of July weekend, fireworks are legal in Tom Green County and that is turning into big sales for area fireworks stands.
In a very close vote Tuesday, city council members approved a new 10 year solid waste contract with Republic Services. Residential trash pickup will go from twice a week to once a week with a second pickup for recyclables.
Several months after city council members instructed staffers to negotiate for a new trash collection contract with Republic Services, a class action lawsuit was filed in court today against republic for breach of contract and fee overcharges.
Friday, Republic Services announced they are beginning a review of the city of San Angelo accounts to determine if unapproved fees were charged to businesses and whether fee reimbursements may be necessary.
For the first time in at least a decade, property values, and therefore taxes, have increased across the county for both residential and commercial owners.
For 36 years, West Texas Rehab has hosted a three day day camp for children with disabilities. The kids age from 3 to 12 years old and are chosen on a first come first serve basis.
April's late frost damaged wheat, pecan, and other crops across the Concho Valley.
School board members Monday approved salary increases for teachers and other SAISD employees.
As Barnhart struggles to get out of the water crisis, the town is counting the days till the test results from the new water well, made possible by a state funded grant, comes back.
There is not a gasoline shortage; but, some pumps have been temporarily shut down at some San Angelo gas stations over the past several days.
The City of San Angelo has been without a city engineer for more than half a year now and they have decided to hire an outside firm following the realization that a recent storm water project, put out for bids, had several design flaws.
For six months now, the speed limit on US Highway 67 South, between San Angelo and Mertzon, has been 75 miles an hour.
Father's Day is Sunday and, in honor of that special day, we chose a winner for the Deck Out Your Dad contest. This year's Dad was Melvin Conner Sr in Ozona.
For the first time in six years, two tornadoes passed through San Angelo last night and winds over 90 miles per hour cause significant damage for thousands in the Concho Valley.
DPS officials are using sting operations to target people soliciting prostitutes in San Angelo.
San Angelo City Council members traveled to Bronte for a city workshop and special meeting Tuesday.
Two serious collisions within the past week one in San Angelo and another in Irion County illustrate what officers say about the months of June and July when it comes to alcohol-related collision
70-years-ago Friday, the first Airborne allied troops began landing on the beach of Normandy shortly after midnight.
City residents can now go online and learn more about the demographics of each neighborhood and where CIP construction is on the city's website.
There is good news for quail hunters as the recent rains may have improved quail hunting this year.
After four days of rain, San Angelo has gone from having 12.5 months of water supply to 30.57 months of water supply, without the Hickory Aquifer water, and 36 months of water supply with the Hickory Aquifer water.
Even with the recent rainfall, hard times are continuing in San Angelo's agricultural market as many pastures are just now starting to recover from the lack of rain.
Half of the debt load for the City of San Angelo is from the Hickory Aquifer Project. The amount of money the city owes is similar to Midland and more than 3 times that of Abilene's debt.
Area cattle dealers said in just one week, livestock prices have increased sharply and, at Producers Livestock Show and Rodeo in San Angelo this week, the number of animals being auctioned was much lower.
Since the 1980's, the plan has always had three levels or stages. City staff members will present ordinance changes next week that will make the city's drought stages more restrictive.
In just four days, the Twin Buttes reservoir gained more than 11,000 acre feet of water. The three rivers that feed into Twin Buttes are swollen with water Tuesday.
After the dryest start to a year in more than 100 years, San Angelo's six inch rain deficit was erased in three days.
City engineers are continuing to blend a small amount of water from the Hickory Aquifer with current city water supplies as they test the operation system.
Unless there is a significant rain, City Water Conservation Manager, Toni Fox, said San Angelo has 12.5 months of water supply left.
A divided city council agreed to spend an additional $111,400 today to continue with an engineering study on the "Red Arroyo Project".
As San Angelo remains in Drought Level 2 of the Drought Contingency plan, city employees say more time and resources are spent on water violations.
San Angelo Homeless Count and Characteristics Survey Results
Tom Green Co. - Texas Homeless Network Survey
Abilene - Texas Homeless Network Results
Taylor Co. - Texas Homeless Network Survey
Ector Co. - Texas Homeless Network Survey
Midland - Texas Homeless Network Results
Midland Homeless Count and Characteristics Survey 2010
Odessa - Texas Homeless Network Results
Lubbock - Texas Homeless Network Results 2011
Lubbock - Texas Homeless Network Results 2013