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UCAD directors’ ballot almost final - Uvalde Leader-News
Uvalde County Commissioners are expected to discuss its nominations for the board seats at its next meeting, set tomorrow at 10 a.m. at the county courthouse. While the statutory deadline for nominations was last Monday, the attorney for the appraisal district has interpreted the statute to allow fo
Golden parade unmasks costume creativity - Uvalde Leader-News
The Uvalde Kiwanis Club will be hosting its 50th Halloween parade and carnival on Wednesday. Organizer Bill Dillahunty, who has been involved with the event since the club took it over in 1968, has seen his fair share of changes to the carnival in that time frame.
Drug use blamed for fatal crash - Uvalde Leader-News
“It is possible that the truck driver was glancing at or manipulating his cell phone at the time of the crash, but this action would not explain the prolonged and continuous erratic driving behavior seen in the witness video recording leading up to the crash,” said Robert Sumwalt, chairman of the NT
NTSB: Driver impairment caused fatal Uvalde church bus accident on U.S. 83
Drug-impaired driving led to the March 29, 2017, crash near Concan, in which 13 elderly church people from New Braunfels perished, according to a federal traffic safety agency.
Haunted hayride event postponed - Uvalde Leader-News
The Fort Inge haunted hayride, which was previously set for Saturday, has been postponed.
Final report on church bus crash that killed 13 released by NTSB
“He crossed the center line 19 times, 19 times, and drove onto the right shoulder 35 times in the 15 minutes leading up to the crash," Sumwalt said of the pickup driver.
UCISD honors principals at football game - Uvalde Leader-News
Uvalde High School Principal Elizabeth Sandoval, Morales Junior High Principal Isidro Escamilla, and Flores Elementary Principal Michelle Rodriguez were named coin toss honorees. Rodriguez was not in attendance for the game.
An Extremely Wide Buck Falls in the South
See, Stroff had been hunting the 6 ½-year-old monarch for a while. He had a lot of history with the buck. The journey was a long one, but the destination proved worthy of the blood, sweat and tears to get there.
A caravan of migrants is nearing Mexico's border. Will authorities turn them back?
John Moore/Getty ImagesA caravan of more than 1,500 Honduran migrants moves north after crossing the border from Honduras into Guatemala on Oct. 15, 2018, in Esquipulas, Guatemala.
Sophomore sensations: Abel, Duennenberg and Patterson bolstering Tivy secondary
Usually, he’s the Antlers’ starting safety, but his coaches decided to rest him against Uvalde because of a high ankle sprain he suffered during the Antlers’ win over Kennedy on Sept. 28. His injury left the Antlers in a precarious position, as they had to start three sophomores — Coleson Abel, Coop
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Uvalde Police looking for suspect who stole child's bike overnight
UVALDE, Texas —Police in Uvalde are asking for help to identify the suspect caught on camera stealing a bicycle Friday night.The Uvalde Police Department wrote in a Facebook postthey are looking for information on the male suspect in the video stealing a bicycle in the 300 block of West Frio Street
Coyotes play MV at Castroville - Uvalde Leader-News
After losing to La Vega, the Panthers rolled to wins over Boerne High, 41-26, and Hondo, 41-11.
Lobos celebrate Dig Pink Night tomorrow - Uvalde Leader-News
Earlier this season, the Southside girls posted a 25-22, 25-20, and 25-14 victory over the Lobos in the first District 28-5A meeting, played at Southside.
Cold front adds chill to rainy weather - Uvalde Leader-News
Following weeks of continuous rainfall, Uvaldeans may have had their umbrellas on standby, but many had to reach for winter wear Monday morning when the temperature dropped to 44 degrees from a high of 86 the previous day.
Woman sentenced for exposing kids to meth
After obtaining the final autopsy results, Robinson police obtained the arrest warrants and the couple was taken to jail, later posting $3,000 bond and being released.
Kwame Rockwell Will Be the Next Disabled Person Executed by America
The Texas Department of Criminal Justice in Austin, Texas.(Photo: Wikimedia Commons)Unless last-ditch appeals are successful, the next person to be executed in the United States of America is going to beKwame Rockwell. The Texas Department of Criminal Justice hasscheduled his execution for October 2
BCSO deputy resigns after being arrested for theft
SAN ANTONIO — A Bexar County Sheriff's Office detention deputy resigned after he was arrested for theft on Monday evening, according to BCSO.Detention Deputy Joseph Anthony Becerra faces the misdemeanor charge of theft of an item worth $100 - $750. According to the Balcones Heights Police Department
Missing driver recovered from Sabinal River identified
Ojeda, who was in his twenties, was found dead about one mile from the bridge he was swept from Wednesday, according to the sheriff’s office. He was driving a truck when it stalled in the water on FM 187. Rescue crews began searching and Ojeda was found Friday morning.