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Six Jailed for DWI Sunday

by Chelsea Reinhard

Sep 1, 2014

The holiday weekend brought an influx of alcohol-related offenses Sunday, when six of 28 inmates were jailed for driving while intoxicated. An additional three were booked for public intoxication.

ASU Student in Crash Sinks Into Medical Expense Despair

by Chelsea Reinhard

Sep 1, 2014

Sarah Whiddon has no memory of the car crash that dramatically changed her life on Aug. 6 in Runnels County.

“It looked like blowout,” she was told by her boyfriend, Zac Coit, who witnessed the crash in his rearview mirror on F.M. 3115 at mile marker 337. But for nearly a month after the crash, the cause remained a mystery.

America Marks End of Summer with Labor Day

by Matt McDaniel

Sep 1, 2014

It’s Labor Day in America!

For the last 130 years, the first of September has marked the traditional end of the summer season, and a day to celebrate the accomplishments of the American Worker, and many families head out of town for one last adventure before summer fades.

Wanted Sex Offender Captured in Mexico

by Matt McDaniel

Sep 1, 2014

AUSTIN – Dallas Wayne Waddell, 49, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offender, is now in custody after being arrested last week in Mexico.

More Water Main Ruptures Plague Sherwood Way Restaurants Saturday

by Joe Hyde

Aug 30, 2014

Early this morning until the late this afternoon, several restaurants including Buffalo Wild Wings, Outback Steakhouse, McAlister's Deli, Taco Bell, and others on the west side of San Angelo reported low water pressure. Some restaurants chose not to open.

The City of San Angelo water crews were hard at work all day fixing more broken water lines.

Police: Drunk Driver Rearranges Xeriscape on Sherwood Way

by Joe Hyde

Aug 30, 2014

Police arrested a man in his 30s after he crashed into a rock while driving a black Chevrolet Malibu on the 3900 block of Sherwood Way. They said he was drunk.

Suspicious Man Alarms Motorists on Houston-Harte Expressway Saturday Afternoon

by Joe Hyde

Aug 30, 2014

A suspicious man acting crazy was seen at the 300 block of Houston-Harte Expressway this afternoon. It was the catalyst for about 100 911 calls made by passers by, police dispatch said. He was hanging around dangerously close to the railing of the overpass of Veterans Memorial Blvd.

Airmed 1 Rescues Truck Driver After He Lost Battle with a Train

by Joe Hyde

Aug 30, 2014

The Texas Department of Public Safety reported that a driver of a 2012 Peterbilt truck pulling a tank semi-trailer drove in front of a train Friday on FM 163 near U.S. 67 west of San Angelo Friday night at 11 p.m. The DPS said that the truck ignored the flashing red lights at the railroad crossing. As the truck crossed the tracks, a Texas Pacifico train struck the right side of the truck’s trailer.

Community Honors Publisher Gregorio Gutierrez at 12th Anniversary Celebration of Free Weekly Conexion Hispana

by Joe Hyde

Aug 30, 2014

Friends and admirers of local publisher Gregorio Gutierrez gathered at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts Friday evening to celebrate the 12th anniversary of his free weekly Conexión Hispana. Today, the San Angelo free weekly covers news from as far away as the border city of Del Rio. The two cities are historically intertwined with families and business.

San Angelo Central Bobcat Football Team to Play at Jerry's World in Arlington

by Joe Hyde

Aug 30, 2014

The San Angelo Central High School Bobcat football team won their season opener against the Del Rio Rams 36-0 Friday night.

The Central High School Bobcats football team will play in the Southwest Showcase on Saturday, September 6 at the home field of the Dallas Cowboys, AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX.  Kick-off is scheduled for 11:00 a.m.