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Did you know these San Angelo facts?

The population of the San Angelo metropolitan area surpasses 100,000, but the city is often referred to as small in Texas terms — considering the state's other nationally recognized metropolises.

STANDARD-TIMES - 2018-07-15 14:45:00

Man knocked into his own car in fatal hit-and-run on I-35 in Dallas

The wreck happened about 2:50 a.m. between Market Center Boulevard and Medical District Drive, according to detective Raul Reyna, spokesman for the sheriff's department.

WFAA - 2018-07-14 18:40:55

Map reveals Atmos Energy using steel pipe for natural gas service in much of Denton

A map recently released by Atmos Energy shows miles of steel pipe remain in service as Denton’s natural gas utility mains, concentrated mostly in the city’s older neighborhoods and on both university campuses.Atmos voluntarily released the map to theDenton Record-Chronicleafter the newspaper made an

DENTON RECORD-CHRONICLE - 2018-07-15 17:00:00

House remains at center of allegations toward Butcher, Industrial Foundation

Area Growth Council Director Steve Butcher, left, and Caleb Shipman address Mineral Wells City Council at its July 3 meeting regarding Precision Ammunition project discussions several years ago involving a house owned by Shipman’s Gospel Light Baptist Church that serves as Shipman’s residence. The c

MINERAL WELLS INDEX - 2018-07-14 13:00:00

Photos: Edmonton’s Marcos Gloria wins Calgary Stampede’s bull-riding final | The Star

Richie Champion of Dublin, Texas, exits the Calgary Stampede's grandstand stage arm-in-arm with the Stampede's Indian Princess Cieran Starlight and Stampede queen Lindsay Lockwood after winning the bareback championship on July 15, 2018.(Evan Radford/StarMetro Calgary)

THESTAR.COM - 2018-07-16 01:20:41

City council approves SWEPCO rate reduction

The Mount Vernon City Council members approved SWEPCO’s proposed overall base rate reduction, temporary income tax rate, and new Distribution Cost Recovery Rider and Transmission Cost Recovery Factor Rider to continue to save local utility users between $4 and $7 a month on their electric bills.

MOUNT VERNON OPTIC-HERALD - 2018-07-15 00:00:00

Stephenville Police Activity Blotter for July 9 – 13

Below is a copy of the Stephenville Police Activity Blotter for the dates of July 9 through July 13. Click to enlarge.


Makuta Sentenced to 10 Years Probation for Stalking/Threats

Brownwood News– Bryan Makuta Sr. plead guilty to charges of Stalking, Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon, and Continuous Violence Against the Family as part of a plea agreement with the District Attorney’s Office. Makuta’s hearing was held on Wednesday, July 11th, at 1:30 p.m. in the 35th Distr


Credit card skimmer found at gas station

Weatherford police announced this week that a credit card skimmer was found Thursday afternoon at a gas pump at Sam’s Mini Mart at 901 S. Main St.“An agent with the Secret Service had received intelligence that a skimming device might be on a gas pump located in the area,” according to a statement b


Murder trial: Victim's family says justice has not been fully served

Justin Bennett, 34, of Abilene, was found guilty on Thursday afternoon of strangling Meagan Dearman with a shoestring and then dumping her body at T&P Lake in Baird in January of 2017.


BISD Announces Upcoming Emergency Response Drill - Brownwood News

Brownwood News Release– On Tuesday, July 17, BISD personnel and volunteers will participate in a wide-ranging Emergency Response Drill in conjunction with the Brownwood Police Department and Emergency Response teams.The drill will be staged at the Brownwood High School and will entail numerous law e


This Week in Houston Real Estate: Million dollar homes, Texas rankings and more

For the first time since 2012, Texas ranked No.1 onCNBC’s 2018 Top States for Business in America. Previous to the 2018 list, Texas was No. 1 three times since the list began in 2006, making Texas the first state to be No. 1 four times. Due to an increase in energy, Texas added over 350,000 jobs to


Trump should stay out of Texas' deregulated electricity market

We've watched in astonishment the past few years as the free market for electricity has brought Texas consumers everything politicians promised: cleaner air, newer technology and lower electricity bills. So when the Trump administration directs Energy Secretary Rick Perry to interfere, it is deeply


See if your company made the D-FW Top 150 in revenue, boosted by a rebound in energy

Overall, 2017 was a strong year for most of the region’s largest companies. Only 22 percent of the top 150 companies in D-FW reported a decrease in revenue in 2017, compared with nearly 40 percent in 2016.


Texas man gets 70 years for strangling girlfriend with shoelace

Authorities say her body was discovered in a lake in Baird, with the shoelace still around her neck, after relatives reported her missing.


Brownwood PD & Brown County SO cracking down on illegal gambling establishments

Brownwood Police Chief Terry Nichols publicly released the letter, which was dated July 5, on Tuesday.


Lake Worth PD: North Texas man secretly recorded hundreds of women, teens for years

Investigators in Lake Worth say they have never seen a case like this. They say 32-year-old Alexander Martinez, of Hurst, has been secretly upskirting women and teenagers all around the Metroplex for years.


Abilene man found guilty for 2017 murder of his girlfriend

Justin Bennett, 34, strangled Meagan Dearman with a shoestring and then dumped her body at T&P Lake in Baird.


Police arrest two for vehicle burglary

Cleburne police arrested two suspected vehicle burglars on July 5 and, with the help of residents, recovered the property stolen.


Help give Bottles for the Brave

The DublinCitizen, with the generous support of other local businesses, is gathering “Bottles for the Brave,” a drive to collect bottled water for 12 area fire departments that work hard to keep us all safe.Dry conditions and increased fire and mutual aid calls have severely taxed the resources of o