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Crash at Avenue 'C' & Koenigheim Blocks Traffic

by Matt McDaniel

Sep 19, 2014

San Angelo Police and Fire Departments are responding to a crash at the intersection of Koenigheim and Avenue 'C' involving a blue Mercedes SUV and a grey Toyota Corolla, around 1:40 p.m.

The SUV collided with an electrical pole, and a crew from AEP is on site to evaluate the damage.

Reporter at the scene said it looks like the pole will need to be replaced.

Suspect in Sept. 11 Officer-Involved Shooting Dies

by Chelsea Reinhard

Sep 19, 2014

The supect shot in the officer-involved shooting on Sept. 11, succumbed to his injuries and died in a local hospital yesterday, Police Chief Tim Vasquez confirms.

River Fest: Friday Concert Moved, Saturday Concert Free

by Chelsea Reinhard

Sep 19, 2014

Tonight’s River Fest concert, headlined by the legendary Tejano band Los Palominos, has been moved to Foster Communications Coliseum.

Doors to the Coliseum at 50 E. 43rd St. open at 6 p.m. The music begins at 7 p.m. Tickets cost $10 for adults. Admission will be free for children 10 and younger.

22 Jailed Thursday

by Chelsea Reinhard

Sep 19, 2014

Twenty-two inmates were put behind bars on Thursday, several of which were jailed on multiple charges, warrants and committments. Theft led the charges at five, followed by DWI at four and pot possession at three. 

There was one charge apiece for abandon/endanger a child, PI, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, sexual assault of a child, evading arrest and assault. 

San Angeloans Seek Support for New Teen Center

by Chelsea Reinhard

Sep 19, 2014

“When I was growing up—I’m old school—the ‘Y’ was a different place, and right across from the Y(MCA) we had a go-kart track,” San Angelo native David DeLoney recalled. “The Y…had dances for us…we’d come downtown and go to the Texas Theatre…then go go-kart riding, then go to the Y.

“None of that is here for the kids anymore.”

Lily Fest 2014: San Angelo's Civic League Park in Full Bloom

by Matt McDaniel

Sep 19, 2014

It’s going to be a banner year for Lily Fest in San Angelo, as Ken Landon and company have outdone themselves with the selection on display at Civic League Park this weekend.

He said the addition of the new pond has made it possible for him to display several new specimens, bringing the total for the park to around 450 unique water lilies.

San Angelo Stalker Sentenced to 10 Years Probation

by Chelsea Reinhard

Sep 19, 2014

A 30-year-old San Angelo man was sentenced to 10 years probation Wednesday in Judge Jay Weatherby’s 340th District Court, after entering a guilty plea to stalking his ex-girlfriend over a span of several months.

Hector Lopez was indicted on the charge in July last year, following an investigation into several complaints made by victim Sabrina Garcia.

Ford Pickup With Texting Driver Slams into Two Ram Trucks on Sherwood Way

by Joe Hyde

Sep 18, 2014

San Angelo police said that a driver of a Ford F-150 pickup who was distracted by texting and driving caused a three-pickup pile-up on Sherwood Way at approximately 8:20 p.m. Thursday night.

Two Ram pickups were stopped for the red light near Buffalo Wild Wings on the 4200 block of Sherwood Way. In front at the light was a 2004 dually Dodge Ram. Next in line was a late model Ram 1500.

Wanted Suspect Comments on Accomplice's Wanted Poster on PD's Facebook

by Chelsea Reinhard

Sep 18, 2014

Two wanted flyers are circulating on social media, seeking information on the whereabouts of 24-year-old Priscilla Espinosa and 24-year-old Ramiro Vera, both suspects in the burglary of a building that occurred earlier this month.

Drivers Sent to Hospital in Crash at Ave. N and Randolph

by Chelsea Reinhard

Sep 18, 2014

A greyish-brown Buick Century and a burgundy Mitsubishi Endeavor have collided at the intersection of Ave. N and Randolph St., resulting in both drivers being placed on stretchers and transported to the hospital.