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Man wanted for allegedly using fake money at Walmart in Seguin
SEGUIN, Texas - Police are asking for help identifying a man they say was using fake money at a Walmart in Seguin. The man is accused of using a fake $100 bill on Jan. 1. Surveillance video shows the cashier taking the money, holding it up in the air and then talking to the man. It's unclear if the
Seguin ISD closes home seating at stadium after "past issues"
SEGUIN - Seguin ISD has had enough. In a letter to parents and fans of the Matador Athletics posted on Facebook, the school district announced it will close seating on the home side after what they call "past issues."
San Marcos PD looking for man accused of serious bodily injury to an infant
SAN MARCOS, Texas — The San Marcos Police Department is looking for a man who is wanted for allegedly causing serious bodily injury to a infant. Richard Vincent Blythe, 19, is a five foot, six inches tall and 200 pounds. He has blonde hair and blue eyes. His last known address was in Kyle.
Reward increased for shooting suspect
In an effort to garner more tips and eventually get an alleged shooter off the streets, Comal County Crime Stoppers announced Wednesday an increased reward for tips on a wanted Seguin man.
Friends recall long-time golf pro after death
Described as a hard worker and a friend who always had someone’s back — longtime golfing enthusiast and former head pro of the Starcke Park Golf Course, Frank “Biff” L. Alexander, III died on Saturday, Jan. 12 at the age of 61.
Comal County deputy hospitalized in serious condition after crash on FM 3009
COMAL COUNTY, Texas - A deputy with the Comal County Sheriff’s Department was taken to the hospital in serious condition after crash on FM 3009, Schertz Fire officials said. The crash happened on FM 3009 and Dimrock on Thursday evening.
Weekend events slated to honor life of Martin Luther King Jr.
In 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave his iconic “I Have a Dream” speech in the nation’s capital. More than 55 years later, King’s dream is still alive and well across the country, including Seguin.
Seguin ISD raising awareness about dangers of sexting
SEGUIN, Texas - Seguin police and the Seguin Independent School District are stressing the importance of parents warning their children about the dangers of sexting. On Wednesday, the A.J. Briesemeister Middle School held a parent night that included the act of sexting in the discussion.
Police searching for Walmart thief who took mattress, t-shirt and men's underwear
SEGUIN, Texas - Seguin Police released a video of a woman walking out of a Walmart with a mattress she didn't pay for, along with other items. They say the person seen in the video was also seen taking a T-shirt and men's underwear before picking up the boxed mattress to put in the shopping cart.
Contractor accused of taking clients' money poured $30K into wife's district clerk campaign
GUADALUPE COUNTY, Texas - Public records confirm the recently elected district clerk of Guadalupe County accepted more than $30,000 in campaign contributions from her husband's construction company as he hurtled toward bankruptcy last year.
Central Texas Teen who killed boy, 15, sentenced to prison
BELTON, Texas (KWTX) A Bell County teenager was sentenced Wednesday to serve a 45-year prison term after he pleaded guilty to the 2017 murder of a 15-year-old Temple boy. Judge Fancy Jezek, in Belton’s 426th District Court, sentenced Edgar Lopez-Benitez, 17, to serve 45 years for the death of Andrew
Forbes: Texas State ranks high as one of the 'most diverse' employers in the nation
SAN MARCOS, Texas — Something to brag about for Bobcat Nation: Texas State University has been named among the nation's "best employers for diversity" by Forbes magazine. For David Coonce, being able to work has not been easy.
Wineries, Breweries Unable To Sell New Products Due To Government Shutdown
NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas — If you want to buy a new bottle of wine from your local winery, you may be out of luck due to the government shutdown. Winery says government shutdown is affecting new product release.
Potential $64.7 million bond on SISD table
Seguin ISD trustees are considering their options for the district’s facilities — one of which includes a possible $64.7 million bond. The school board members heard a presentation by the district’s facilities committee that showed where they felt the highest level of need and how they can have an i
North Texas Mayor Resigns After Using City Funds To Attend Michelle Obama Event
Sometimes, a sista just needs to see Michelle Obama. But when you serve in political office, allocating funds to do it might not be the best idea. Lyndia Thomas, former mayor of Forest Hill, Texas, and Beckie Hayes, who served as Thomas’ mayor pro tem, both resigned in the wake of allegations that t
Cold front not expected to pack much of a punch
The freeze will stop short of making it into South Central Texas. The cold front that will hold much of the nation in an icy grip this weekend won’t carry much punch when it arrives late Friday night into Saturday morning, forecasters said on Thursday.
'Medical Emergency' May Have Led to Death of Comal Deputy
Schertz Police say a Comal County Sheriff's Deputy may have suffered a 'medical emergency' before smashing his car into two other vehicles on FM 3009 and Dimrock in Schertz, News Radio 1200 WOAI reports.
Keil: Waltzing down memory lane
I can’t believe that in 9 months I’ll be 70 years old. That’s seven decades. Yikes!. That is serious geezer territory … Not that there’s anything wrong with geezers. Being a geezer makes me one of those annoying guys who constantly tells younger people and newcomers what used to be where here in tow
McKinney couple arrested in southeast Texas in connection with indecency with a child investigation
McKINNEY, Texas — A McKinney couple was arrested in southeast Texas last week in connection with a McKinney investigation for indecency with a child, police announced earlier today.
Nottingham scores 5 3-pointers, Texas State rallies 80-62
SAN MARCOS, Texas (AP) -- Tre Nottingham scored 24 points and Nijal Pearson added 19 as Texas State roared past Little Rock 80-62 with a scorching second half Thursday night. Trailing by a point at the break, Texas State (15-3, 4-1 Sun Belt) scored 50 points in the second half, shooting 64 percent f