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Austin Elementary placed on lockdown after Constables and Sheriff’s deputies find narcotics, stolen handgun near school

SAN ANGELO, Texas — Stephen F. Austin Elementary School went on lockdown this morning after Tom Green County Constables discovered narcotics and a stolen handgun in a home near the school, according to a statement issued by the Tom Green County Sheriff’s Office this afternoon, Wednesday, September 22, 2021. The...
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Driver Killed in Horrific Neighborhood Crash

Police have confirmed that the Honda was traveling west on Southwest Dr. and rear-ended the Jeep. After those two collided, the Honda continued to cross into the eastbound lane and crashed head-on with the Chevy. The chevy was then struck from behind by the silver truck. As of now the...
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Driver Killed After Crashing into Railroad Tracks

WALLER, TX – An early morning crash claimed the life of a driver near Waller on Wednesday. According to the Harris County Sheriff's Office, the victim was driving on FM 2920 when he failed to stop at the end of the road and crashed into the railroad tracks at a high rate of speed.
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San Angelo Woman Accused of Getting Child High on Meth

SAN ANGELO, TX – A San Angelo woman was arrested on Monday after a Tom Green County Grand jury claimed she got a child high on meth. According to court documents, on Sep. 10, a Tom Green County Grand Jury indicted Mandy Lange, 24, for abandoning and endangering a child with criminal negligence. Evidence provided by the district attorney's office showed that a child under the age of 15 had tested positive for methamphetamine. Also the documents claim that Lange had used methamphetamine around the female child on or around May 12. Lange was booked into the Tom Green County Detention…

Angelo State University Planetarium reopens after a year away

SAN ANGELO, Texas — Every Texan knows at least two things about the stars:. But Assistant Physics Professor/Planetarium Director Kenneth Carrell would like to tell you much more. Angelo State University Planetarium opened its doors recently for the first time since COVID hit back in March of last year, and...
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Largest national park in Texas warns visitors of uptick in rattlesnake sightings

If you're visiting Big Bend National Park, you may want to watch out for venomous rattlesnakes slithering nearby. The largest national park in Texas recently warned its followers on Facebook about the uptick in sightings on Thursday, September 16. Officials with Big Bend wrote many have told them about seeing rattlesnakes in the past few weeks.

Signed, sealed, delivered: Book a stay in these unique Texas shipping containers

Traveling is transporting, both literally and figuratively. So why not really embrace the metaphor and spend your vacation in a shipping container hotel?. These quirky lodgings offer a unique getaway experience (think of the Instagrams) and can also be less expensive options than big-name hotels. Over the past few years, as the tiny living movement has gained momentum, these nontraditional hotels have popped up across the globe.

Rabbits Are Spreading A Dangerous Virus Around The United States

Texas Parks and Wildlife are concerned about Hemorrhagic Disease being spread by Rabbits. It has been found in Texas, Arizona, California, and several other states. Multiple states are currently struggling with the Covid-19 pandemic. But unfortunately, that's not the only disease the U.S. is having to deal with during 2021. The reason? Local officials are concerned that Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus 2 (RHDV2) is spreading amongst the animal population in Texas and several other states.

Archery season is approaching in the Concho Valley

SAN ANGELO, Texas- Archery season begins across the Concho Valley for deer and turkey on October 2nd. State Game Warden, David Hopkins says if you’re new to hunting there are some things you should know before heading out. “You do have to have a valid hunting license, if you’re born...
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WATCH: Chamber of Commerce Celebrates Opening of Eclectic Coffee Shop

SAN ANGELO – On Thursday, the Bearded Barista celebrated its official ribbon-cutting as the 1,000th business to form a part of the San Angelo Chamber of Commerce. The coffee shop offers patrons the chance to taste freshly roasted brew in a welcoming environment. Owners Kim and Nat Turney shared their...