In the coming weeks, millions of patients across the country, some in San Angelo, will be notified that their personal information has been compromised. Community Medical Center's parent company, Community Health Systems, was hacked earlier this year, exposing patients to the risk of identity fraud. We spoke with local Better Business Bureau Representatives about what to do if you are at risk.
Angelo State University’s Civil War Lecture Series, organized by the History Department to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the conflict, will feature eight events during the 2014-15 academic year.
The suicide rate in San Angelo has been above the statewide average for the past 14 years. Local law enforcement officials say, in San Angelo, most suicide-related cases are young teens. We take a look at this epidemic plaguing the Concho Valley.
Angelo State University will present an exhibit of complex, expressionistic artworks by alum Christopher Voss beginning Monday, Aug. 25, in the Carr Education-Fine Arts (EFA) Building, 2602 Dena Drive.
Howard College in San Angelo finishes their building project on September 30th, but part of their expansion will be open to students sooner than that. The Academic Classroom Building will be finished on August 19th and they will start moving into it on August 22nd.
The largest Ebola outbreak in history continues to spread, approaching 1,000 confirmed dead; two Americans are recovering from the disease, in Atlanta. A group of missionaries from Paulann Baptist Church, just returned home from a trip to Africa. We spoke with them about their experience.
Over 80 triathletes took on a challenging course, Sunday morning at Spring Creek Park, for the first annual "San Angelo Triathlon." Sunday's race, encompassed a variety of competitors from and 11-year-old boy to a 67-year-old man.
Firefighters were kept busy, Sunday afternoon, with several incidents occurring within an hour of eachother. As crews responded to a trash can fire, nearly two dozen firefighters were rerouted to a major structure, around three Sunday afternoon at a duplex on North Monroe near Pecos Street.
With only a couple of weeks left to prepare for the upcoming school year, thousands of people flooded the stores during this tax-free holiday weekend, crossing off a number of school supplies of their lists.
If you're a San Angelo resident, you're probably aware of the controversy surrounding the renewed trash services contract. Republic Services is the company that's provided our trash services for almost four decades, in that time, there have been no major issues; this year, the process went anything but smoothly. Today, we're going to ask the Mayor several questions, to shed some light on the process and what ultimately led council to stay with Republic. We'll tell you what you need to know, what's going to change and when those changes will happen.