We're continuing our election profiles and Thursday we hear from the Democrat candidate for the Justice of the Peace Precinct 1 position, Jo Ann Martinez.
We are continuing our local election coverage with a look at the Justice of the Peace Precinct One race. Wednesday, we hear from incumbent Kay Longest.
We continue our local election coverage of the Tom Green County Commissioner Precinct 3 race.
At its first meeting in over a month, council considered adapting the light zoning ordinance to be more specific.
Early voting starts Monday and we are hearing from Tom Green County Commissioner Rick Bacon who is running for his first unexpired term for Precinct 3.
Southwest of Robert Lee, at the Emert Ranch range, about fifty shooters are competing in the fifth annual 1000 yard sniper match.
The multi-year, six-million-dollar airport project at San Angelo's Mathis field is almost complete.
Prices at the pump are about 26% lower than they were in June. Energy experts said it is a trend that is likely to continue for, at least, a few more months.
The only landfill in Irion County will be closing in less than a month and, from then on, everybody will be responsible for his/her own trash disposal.
In Ozona, Crockett County Schools were without power when classes started Monday morning.
Local Goodyear employees said it has been a memorable day at the proving grounds.
The amount of traffic in San Angelo has increased significantly over the past year and, with that, officers have worked more traffic collisions.
Beginning next week, residents in Ballinger will begin paying about 20% more for their city water.
For the past year, the commercial vehicle enforcement wing of the Tom Green County Sheriff's Department has been out five days a week checking for drivers with overweight loads.
The firing of a Ballinger Police Officer was the topic of a city council hearing Monday in Ballinger. He was accused of making racial statements.
It is Breast Cancer Awareness month and Friday, we hear from one woman who recently beat an aggressive form of breast cancer, Triple Negative.
The oil and gas industries are bracing for possible changes when it comes to transporting oil across the country.
The 2015 fiscal year starts Wednesday and, this year, Coke County taxpayers will see a couple of cents increase in their property taxes.
We are continuing our abortion series and hearing from the local Chair of the Democratic Party who supports the woman's right to choose.
It is National Infant Mortality month and we are taking an in-depth look at a local pro-life event. This is the first of a two part series which we will continue tomorrow.
Friday, the average price for a gallon of unleaded gasoline in San Angelo is $3.13. The last time prices were this low was February.
With more oil trucks on the roads and hotels coming to San Angelo, state railroad commissioners are confirming the oil and gas production will not be going anywhere anytime soon.
The state transportation department lowered the speed limit on Highway 67 between San Angelo and Big Lake back to 70 miles an hour.
Construction at the Downtown Stephens Central Library is a month behind schedule after crews discovered leaks.
In Christoval, a big revitalization project is underway along the Concho River at Pugh Park.
Rain or shine, Lily Fest will be held at the International Water Lily Collection near Downtown Saturday. This is the ninth annual festival.
A year after a number of city streets were paved, and then started cracking, city engineers and a South Texas company are still arguing over who is responsible.
A proposed facility, where sand will be unloaded from rail cars and then loaded onto trucks for transport, is worrying nearby residents.
City council members Tuesday approved a controversial new Walmart supercenter. They agreed to a zoning ordinance change that will allow the new supercenter to be built on a 21-acre tract of land on South Bryant Boulevard near South Jackson.
One team almost did not get to race in this year's "Showdown in San Angelo" after a high speed crash that wrecked their boat and sent the racer to the hospital.
At the Goodfellow Air Force base, hundreds gathered to remember and honor those men and women who gave their lives on 9/11. They read the names of the emergency responders firefighters who died in New York.
Three volunteers with San Angelo's Salvation Army will go to South Texas to help feed hundreds of children from Central America. They will take the canteen with them when they leave on Sunday.
Here, this year's cotton harvest is expected to be better than it has been in the past few years. Cotton producers south of San Angelo should have an average harvest.
Tuesday, voters in San Angelo and the rest of the Texas Senate District 28 will cast ballots in a special election to replace long-time State Senator Robert Duncan.
One of the six candidates running in next week's special election for the State Senate District 28 seat... grew up in San Angelo. Greg Wortham was also the Mayor of Sweetwater for seven years.
District 83 State Representative, Charles Perry, wants to be a State Senator. He is one of six candidates running in next week's special election.
The special election for the State Senate District 28 seat is Tuesday, September 9th.
Tuesday, we hear from a man who worked in the George W. Bush Administration.
Early voting in the special election for State Senator District 28 continues this week. There are a total of six candidates in this race.
The five water main breaks on two different sides of the city Thursday evening resulted from a malfunction in the automated control system at the water plant.
Dove season is expected to be good where fields are planted in Wall... yet, not so everywhere else in the Concho Valley.
The Irion County landfill will close in less than two months because it is full. When it closes, county residents will not have anywhere to dump their trash.
Sections of roadway in Irion County, heavily used by oil field trucks, could be repaired soon. County commissioners heard more on the project Tuesday.
At San Angelo's Palmer Feed and Supply, the new mill will soon be running at full capacity.
In the Concho Valley, cattle prices are the highest they have ever been. Heifers and steers are selling for double what they were three years ago.
For three years, city planners been working on a new sidewalk design along San Angelo's North Chadbourne.
Representatives from Republic Services talked to Apartment Association members Wednesday explaining changes in the city's trash service and an almost 75% increase in commercial fees.
There is good news for many West Texas farmers and ranchers as, within the past week, protein and some feed prices have dropped significantly....by October they're expected to be even lower.
As the date nears for the September drag boat races, the Chamber of Commerce is excited about the increased lake levels. Recent rains added nearly an inch at the Spring Creek Marina.
In just a few months, quail season begins. A local wildlife specialist said this will be the best quail season in West Texas in about seven years.
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