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Man Caught in San Angelo was Convicted of Murder, Sentenced to Life in Prison in Shreveport
SAN ANGELO, TX — Last year, on Sept. 27, 2017, a Louisiana couple was arrested at the Quality Inn on S. Bryant. The two were wanted for the brutal murder of a Shreveport woman, 82-year-old Kathleen Cates.
The haunting of Room 200 at San Angelo, Angelo State University
Like many long-established sites in San Angelo, Angelo State University appears to have at least one ghost of its own, the reminder of a student's murder four decades ago.
San Angelo school bus involved in crash; students OK
The crash involved a white sedan, whose driver was taken to the hospital to be checked out, according to police. Six students and the bus driver were uninjured.
Central Volleyball Downs Weatherford 3-2 to Claim Share of District Title 10/23/18
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Seven San Angelo stores named among Best Stores in Texas
Texas Truffles on display Monday, Sept. 25, 2017, at Cowboy Up Chocolates in San Angelo. The truffles include flavors such as Aztec Orange, Mesquite Bean and Chipotle Pecan.(Photo: Yfat Yossifor)
The Casual Pint of downtown San Angelo offers spirits to drink and those that haunt
Serving up more than just the usual spirits, this bar at 19 E. Concho Ave. is a hub of activity, said Manager Justin Mendoza, who has been witness to a plethora of paranormal activity.
Longtime San Angelo surgeon Dr. Gus Eckardt dies at 105
“Dr. Gus Eckhardt was a part of our Shannon Family for more than 60 years. He made a lasting impression on the lives of so many patients along with generations of physicians and healthcare providers,” said Shane Plymell, president and CEO of Shannon.
2 Arrested for Assaulting a Police Officer During a Fight on Saturday
Reyna Ivonne Carrasco, 33, was arrested for resisting arrest search or transport and public intoxication Saturday at the El Patron Bar, 1616 S. Chadbourne Street. Carrasco physically resisted her arrest and resisted against her placement inside a patrol unit.
Don't Give San Angelo ISD More Money via Bond Until We See Academic Improvement
Unfortunately the quality of education our children are receiving in the San Angelo ISD has not been improving. In fact, it has been deteriorating for years. In the last decade, San Angelo ISD’s academic rating dropped from 53.9% to 37.5%.
Storied Rail Line Will Soon Reconnect West Texas with Mexico
PRESIDIO, TX — On Monday, Marc Williams, the Deputy Executive Director for the Texas Department of Transportation, hosted a groundbreaking for the rebuilding of a railroad bridge between Texas and Mexico.
Rain chances return; Twin Buttes 45%; Ivie 200,000?
SAN ANGELO, TX - The runoff from the recent heavy rains continues to flow into reservoirs: Twin Buttes is leveling off at 45% full; Oak Creek is still running over its spillway; OC Fisher has a trickle, leveling off at 12.5% full; Nasworthy has returned to normal levels; Spence and Ivie's inflows ar
Attention not going to San Angelo Central QB Brown's head
He had 42 carries for 338 yards and two touchdowns, in addition to throwing for two more scores, as the Bobcats rallied for an ultra-important 32-28 District 3-6A victory at San Angelo Stadium.
Hurricane in Pacific sends mid-week rain into the Concho Valley ahead of a nice weekend - (10/22)
San Angelo, Tx - Following a nice glimpse of sunshine Sunday and Monday, clouds will once again become dominant across the Concho Valley and eventually turn into some rain showers towards the middle of the week.
San Angelo livestock auction report
The San Angelo Producers Livestock Auction Co., Report, San Angelo, Texas, reported receipts of 210 head selling on Oct. 18, compared to 783 head a week ago and 1,720 head last year, according to the USDA Market News, San Angelo, Texas.
San Angelo Police apprehend five San Angelo residents on federal drug and weapons charges
Members of the San Angelo Police Department’s Street Crimes Division collaborated with the United States Drug Enforcement Administration and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to apprehend five San Angelo residents who were recently indicted on federal drug and weapons charges by th
Jury convicts suspect in drive-by gang shooting that killed 2 San Angelo teens
About 9:45 p.m. March 26, 2016, San Angelo police responded to a home in the 1100 block of East 22nd Street. Officers found Zane Lopez and Juan Julio Guerrero lying on the ground in the backyard with apparent gunshot wounds to the head. Guerrero was pronounced dead at the scene. Lopez succumbed to h
Accomplice in Double Homicide Gets a Court Date for Jury Trial
As we reported earlier, Zuniga, 27, was charged with capital murder along with co-defendants Raymond Alvarado, Krystal Lerma and Justin Gamez.
DPS Troopers to accompany school buses for National School Bus Safety Week
DPS troopers across the state will be riding and/or following school buses to ensure that drivers are obeying school bus laws. DPS Director Steven McCraw says, "DPS urges that all motorists to make the safety of our schoolchildren a top priority year round, and to practice safe driving habits when t
Twin Buttes tapers off; Spence, Ivie continue to rise
SAN ANGELO, TX - The Twin Buttes Reservoir inflow is tapering off from the meteoric rise in volume from the heavy rainfalls of the past few weeks. The rise has slowed from feet per day to a few hundredths of a foot per hour. Currently, as of 8:00 a.m. today, October 20, 2018, the reservoir is 43.84%
Twin Buttes surpasses 40% full mark
The "cage" at Twin Buttes is completely surrounded by water as the reservoir breaks the 40% full mark Saturday, October 20, 2018. - photo by Ken Grimm