A mid-2000s gold Toyota Tundra and a white Chevrolet four door sedan were involved in a major crash at the intersection of S. Abe St. and W. Beauregard Ave.
At least two ambulances were called to the scene, one had left for Shannon Medical Center at approximately 2.30 p.m.
Two patients, a male and a female are being treated inside a second ambulance still at the scene.
A Grape Creek ISD school bus was rear-ended early Friday morning while transporting school children to school.
According to the Texas Department of Public Safety, Grape Creek ISD’s yellow 2001 International School Bus was northbound on Fruitland Road, but stopped awaiting the right-of-way to turn right onto FM 2105.
“I knew it from birth,” Dr. Carol Ann Bonds said Thursday night, radiantly beaming with joy and emotion as photos and flashes snapped around her.
Clutching a shining wooden plaque with her name engraved in large, golden letters on the plate affixed to the board, Bonds smiled and searched for words.
“For the first time in over 60 years, I’m speechless,” she said.
A preliminary highway report released by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) this week indicates that the Penwell prison bus crash might have proved fatal due to a damaged guardrail on I-20.
AMARILLO – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) conducted a traffic stop Wednesday on IH-40, yielding over five pounds of cocaine valued at over $316,000 along with four pounds of heroin valued at over $514,000. Also seized was 21 grams of methamphetamine with a value over $4,000.
When considering a Tai Chi class, one may feel intimidated by visions of ninja warriors in the cover of night gliding over roof tops, samari swords blazing. While Hollywood lends to the imagination, Steve Haidinger at Concho Yoga and Tai Chi at 227 North Main St. sheds light on the reality.
In 1979, during the Soviet-Afghan War, the Mujahidin insurgency utilized its opium trade as the means to fund their defense against the Soviet invasion. The war would continue for the next nine years, as poppy cultivation flourished, presenting the opportunity for a thriving illegal drug trade, locally and abroad.
The odor of smoke has temporarily closed Hastings this afternoon, as crews survey electrical lines.
At approximately 9:46 a.m. the San Angelo Fire Department received a call for a structure fire located at the entertainment store. The store employees noticed the smell of smoke coming from the electrical room on the northwest side of the store, and immediately called the fire department.
The City of San Angelo’s online and phone options for paying a monthly municipal utility statement (aka “the water bill”) will be unavailable from 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 30, through 8 a.m. Monday, Feb. 2, as computer systems are upgraded.
Customers have three other options for paying their municipal utility statement:
Two out-of-towners were picked up by DPS on Wednesday for warrants out of Eastland County and booked into the county jail at just after 5:30 p.m. The man and woman, 25-year-old Michael Angelo Garcia and 26-year-old Hillary Denise Zuniga, were both wanted for money laundering >/= $20k<$100k, a third-degree felony. Both are currently being held in lieu of a $7,500 surety bond.
Singles looking for an office romance will have the opportunity to start 20 on Valentine’s Day this year, when the Office Bar holds an hour and a half session of speed dating on Feb. 14.
The Veteran's County Service Office located in the Judge Edd B. Keyes building downtown will soon be relocating to a better-suited environment in the Texas Workforce Solutions Building at 202 Henry O. Flipper St.
Renovations are currently taking place at the Keyes building, which requires a change in venue for some offices housed there.
Tonight, the Tone Pirates take a stage at the Cactus Hotel to introduce their new record, The Best of Texas Live! Pirates lead singer Dan Carroll describes the project as a tribute to the musical heritage of San Angelo as much as it is of Texas. That’s why each of the covers performed live on the record were picked.
It was a small gathering Tuesday night in the River Room at the San Angelo Visitor's Center for the Feast of Santa Angela. This year's guest speakers were Most Rev. Michael D.Pfeifer, O.M.I. and Gus Clemens, local historian.
San Angelo firefighters have just extinguished yet another flaming vehicle, this time located on Loop 306 near College Hills and the Concho Educators building.
According to Fire Marshal Ross Coleman, firefighters received the call just before 5 p.m. this afternoon and responded to the scene between Southwest and College Hills, where they found a burning 2000 Chevy Sonic.