The Lake View High School Marching Band will perform a concert at the River Stage on Thursday Night August 21st at 7pm. The event is free to attend.
Thursday August 21, 2014 News and Weather Headlines with Kaitlin Moore and Jeremy Linder.
Brad Cohen, who appeared in a Hallmark movie called ''Front of the class" was Wednesday's speaker during the S.A.I.S.D. Convocation.
It's been a busy week at the Tom Green County courthouse, as jurors decided the fate of two Concho Valley Men.
Airmed One at Shannon medical center takes on the ice bucket challenge!
Matthew Salazar was found guilty in the Aug '13 shooting death of his wife, Heather Salazar.
A shortage of lifeguards will force Love Municipal Pool to close Saturday, Aug. 23, and Sunday, Aug. 24. The pool will reopen for Labor Day weekend Aug. 30-Sept. 1.
Wednesday August 20, 2014 News and Weather Headlines with Kaitlin Moore and Jeremy Linder.
TGC Commissioner Aubrey Decordova is upset about two employees getting raises that will change the county budget by 20,000 dollars.
After two hours of deliberation, a Tom Green County jury found 47-year-old Allen Schmidt guilty of manslaughter, Tuesday night.
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.
Pipes and engine parts littered Main Street, after a single vehicle accident last night.
Tuesday August 19, 2014 News and Weather Headlines with Kaitlin Moore and Jeremy Linder.
A Tom Green County panel voted to grant raises to two elected officials. That will add 20 thousand dollars to the county budget.
A local student decided to complete her final two years of high school, virtually. We talk more about this home-based learning environment.
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.
Monday August 18th, 2014 News and Weather Headlines with Kaitlin Moore and Jeremy Linder.
After last week's power outage, police put out a press release about unnecessary phone calls to the emergency line 911.
Here's your latest look at the weather.
If you are looking for a cheap date, or a family night out, consider movies in the park.
As students gear up for the upcoming school year the Esperanza health & dental centers hosted a back to school event at the Sunset Mall.
Over 100 participants were out at the San Angelo Gun Club Shooting Range for the third annual "Daughters at the Range."
The San Angelo Health Department is opening the doors to their clinic for three extra Fridays in August. Dana Winter has the story.
From the loop to state highways going out of town, trash seems to be piling up faster these days on San Angelo roadways even with the "Don't Mess With Texas" campaign. Dana Winter has the story.
Proceeds from the first annual Suddenlink Concho Olympics held Aug. 2 at Bosque Park on the Concho River totaled over $13,000.
Friday August 15, 2014 News and Weather Headlines with Kaitlin Moore and Jeremy Linder.
Beginning in the 2014-2015 school year licensed individuals at Wall ISD will be allowed to carry concealed handguns in a move to better protect students.
San Angelo is more than 3.5% above the state average when it comes to suicides and area law enforcement officers say they're reporting more cases this year.
Thursday 08/14/14 News and Weather Headlines with Kaitlin Moore and Jeremy Linder.
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 SAN ANGELO POLICE DEPARTMENT IS INVESTIGATING AN ACCIDENT INVOLVING A VEHICLE AND BICYCLE RIDER.
Wednesday August 13, 2014 News and Weather Headlines with Kaitlin Moore and Jeremy Linder.
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.
More than 8,000 customers are without power in San Angelo as of the 4 o'clock hour on Tuesday afternoon.
Tom Green County Commissioner Rick Bacon says they're asking F.E.M.A. to approve a zoning change in north San Angelo that will effect nearly 300 residents.
Tuesday August 12, 2014 News and Weather Headlines with Kaitlin Moore and Jeremy Linder.
San Angelo Firefighters were busy, Sunday afternoon, with a handful of calls all within an hour.
An 18-year-old man, Bernardo Pone-Ponce, remains in the Tom Green County Jail, Monday, following a fatal hit-and-run crash, Saturday night.
Monday August 11, 2014, News and Weather Headlines with Kaitlin Moore and Jeremy Linder.
Three people were involved in an accident, Sunday night, after they crashed into a deer.
The American Plains Artists Signature Show at Historic Fort Concho concluded Sunday in the hopes of returning the exhibit in 2016.
One person has died from injuries sustained in a fatal accident at 19th Street and Marx Saturday night.
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.
Competitors at the Yu-Gi-Oh tournament had a chance to win a new card deck before its official release to the public.
The 4th annual Hobo Celebration at the San Angelo Railway Museum offered a glimpse at American History.
KSAN Saturday, 08/09/14, Forecast
Families enjoyed a fun-filled day at one of San Angelo's unique buildings, the Fine Arts Museum.