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U.S. 277 pavement as seen near the intersection of FM 584, looking south on Jan. 24, 2015. (LIVE! Photo/Joe Hyde)

Rocks are Breaking Windshields on U.S. 277

by Joe Hyde

Jan 25, 2015

Drivers traversing U.S. 277 south of San Angelo towards Christoval have fallen victim to having their windshields broken by flying rocks. Several readers of LIVE! have called to ask us to look into the matter.

Complaints are heard by the Texas Department of Transportation, according to regional spokeswoman Karen A. Threlkeld.

Former Dallas Cowboy Soloman Page is now the offensive coordinator for the San Angelo Bandits arena football team. (LIVE! Photo/Joe Hyde)

Former Dallas Cowboy Joins San Angelo Bandits Coaching Staff

by Joe Hyde

Jan 24, 2015

Saturday afternoon, about two-dozen potential walk-ons to play for the San Angelo Bandits indoor arena football team participated in try-outs at the San Angelo Stadium football field. Head Coach Joey Longoria said that he was pleased with the interest and turnout. This was the first official Bandits event for the new offensive coordinator as well.

A map of the locations for each of the three frac sand facilities. (Google Earth)

The Citizen's Guide to the Frac Sand Controversy in San Angelo

by Joe Hyde

Jan 24, 2015

The San Angelo frac sand controversy involves many moving parts, multiple agendas, antagonists and protagonists. If you’re like most people who don’t closely follow city politics, you may be confused about the players, the sites, and the real issues that matter.

Roy Chavarria, Jr. has been indicted on charges relating to a stabbing at Fiddlestrings. (Photo/TGCJ)

Fiddlestrings Stabbing Suspect Indicted on Felony Charges

by Chelsea Reinhard

Jan 24, 2015

Roy “Pig” Chavarria, Jr. was indicted this month by a grand jury for stabbing Jamie Zuniga at Fiddlestrings in November.

Texas Tech University System Chancellor Robert Duncan (Texas Tech University System)

Texas Tech System Chancellor to Award Two ASU Profs in Person

by Joe Hyde

Jan 23, 2015

Texas Tech University System Chancellor Robert Duncan will present the winners of the annual Chancellor’s Council Distinguished Teaching and Research Awards to two faculty members at Angelo State University. The presentation takes place Tuesday, Jan.

Brian 'Blue' Powell and Kimberly 'Mimi' Lange, both wanted felons, were jailed on Jan. 23 in Tom Green County. (Photos/TGCJ)

Investigators Arrest Two Wanted Felons

by Chelsea Reinhard

Jan 23, 2015

Two wanted felons were apprehended and jailed this afternoon following a surveillance effort conducted by detectives from the Tom Green County Sheriff’s Office (TGCSO) and the Texas Rangers.

According to a press release from the TGCSO, the investigators were watching a residence on Jan. 23 in an attempt to apprehend Brian “Blue” Powell, who was wanted on a total of four county and six city warrants.

Author Dan Choan will be a featured speaker at the ASU Annual Writer's Conference. (Contributed Photo/ASU)

Award-Winning Author Featured at Annual Writer's Conference

by Chelsea Reinhard

Jan 23, 2015

Angelo State University will host award-winning author Dan Chaon as the featured speaker at the 19th annual Writers Conference in Honor of Elmer Kelton on Thursday, Jan 29, in the Houston Harte University Center, 1910 Rosemont Drive.

Rollover crash at US 87 South and Loop 306 on Jan. 10, 2015. (LIVE! Photo/John Basquez)

Local Woman Succumbs to Injuries Sustained in Jan. 10 Car Crash

by Chelsea Reinhard

Jan 23, 2015

A 46-year-old San Angelo woman died of injuries sustained in a car crash at Shannon Medical Center on Thursday, 12 days after she was brought into the hospital with incapacitating injuries.

A Glazer's truck slid off the road near Sterling City. (LIVE! Photo/John Basquez)

Glazer's Employee Killed in Fatal Crash

by Chelsea Reinhard

Jan 23, 2015

One man has died and another was sent to the hospital in a fatal crash just outside Sterling City on US 87, where a Glazer's Distributing truck slid off the roadway and rolled early this morning.

San Angelo Police Department patrol badge.

Man Jailed for Money Laundering Thursday

by Chelsea Reinhard

Jan 23, 2015

A 23-year-old man was picked up by the SAPD yesterday on a warrant of out of Brown County for money laundering. The charge alleges that Michael Antony Constancio laundered $20k or more, but less than $100k, a third-degree felony. 

Sealy Flats is comprised of a bed and breakfast (left) and what founder Rod Bridgeman refers to as the café on the right. (LIVE! Photo/John Basquez)

Inside the Struggle to Keep Sealy Flats Alive

by Joe Hyde

Jan 23, 2015

The music has gone silent again at the bar that defined the resurgence of San Angelo’s downtown with a vibrant nightlife scene. Sealy Flats, 208 South Oakes, has closed its doors once more this month, 14 months after they closed the first time (See Why The Music Died at Sealy Flats).

These set paintings will be the focus of Signature Fine Art Gallery's Paint To Gogh series of classes. (LIVE! Photo/Chelsea Reinhard)

Signature Fine Art Gallery Returns to Cactus Hotel

by Chelsea Reinhard

Jan 23, 2015

Vibrant paintings, mixed media works and photographs were being meticulously hung on the walls of the Signature Fine Art Gallery on Thursday, where owner Joeline Wieburg is celebrating a soft opening after a 7-year hiatus in South and Central America.

These video visitation units are in the Tom Green County Jail lobby and in the jail cells. (LIVE! Photo/John Basquez)

County Jail Looks for New Inmate Phone Provider

by Chelsea Reinhard

Jan 23, 2015

A row of short, bolted down stools line a long and narrow room in the Tom Green County Jail, where approximately 22 inmates at a time can be brought in to speak to their loved ones through telephone receivers and plexi-glass.

Missing Girl

Public Assistance Needed Locating Missing and Endangered Teenage Girl

by John Basquez

Jan 22, 2015

A local family and the San Angelo Police Department are seeking the public's assistance in locating a missing teenager who is considered to be endangered.

Weather delays, closings and cancellations continue through Thursday.

Weather Delays and Closings Friday

by Chelsea Reinhard

Jan 22, 2015

Due to rainfall and dropping temperatures, the following offices and educational institutions will be opening on a delay Friday morning. 

Adult Learning Center: delayed until 9:30am.

Angelo Catholic School: open on a two-hour delay