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DWI and Assault Lead Sunday Jail Bookings

by Chelsea Reinhard

Oct 20, 2014

Eighteen individuals were jailed on Sunday, many of which had multiple charges and/or warrants. There were four counts of assault on Sunday's booking report, as well as one aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and four DWI's. 

In addition, three public intoxication charges were reported, followed by two thefts, one DUI, one car theft and one marijuana charge. 

How She Made it in San Angelo's World of Interior Design

by Chelsea Reinhard

Oct 20, 2014

Hello! Your husband called and said to buy whatever you want!” reads a printout posted in a large window at 59 N. Chadbourne St. Through the glass, both muted and vibrant home accents ranging from modern tables and chairs to rugs a and a turquoise chandelier are visible in complementary clusters, each arranged with elements that echo a unique and somewhat rustic style.

U.S. Supreme Court Allows Texas' Voter ID Laws to Stand for Upcoming Elections

by Matt McDaniel

Oct 20, 2014

Early voting for the midterm elections begins today, and Texas’ Voter ID laws that tighten restrictions about what forms of identification are acceptable at the polls are back in effect, after the United States Supreme Court denied a request to vacate a stay of the law put in place by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Communities on Ice: The Social Implications of Meth Addiction

by Lares Deces

Oct 20, 2014

Methamphetamine, also known as "the poor man’s cocaine" or "ice", completely consumes the life of anyone who's ever used it. It's sometimes referred to as the "walk-away drug", as many pick up the habit and walk away from everything and everyone they care about, in search of the only thing that matters from that moment on: their next fix.

ASU's Online Graduate Program Ranks in Top 50 Nationally

by Chelsea Reinhard

Oct 20, 2014

For the second straight year, Angelo State University’s College of Graduate Studies has been named one of the Top 50 Online Graduate Programs in the U.S. for 2014 by GraduatePrograms.com, an online guide that recognizes higher education graduate programs, based on student evaluations.

Nature Center Hosts Fright Fest Oct. 25

by Joe Hyde

Oct 20, 2014

The San Angelo Nature Center promises a “spooktacular” time with its animals at Fright Fest ’14 on Saturday, Oct. 25.

The Halloween-themed event from 6 p.m.-8:30 p.m. will feature a mini haunted house, games, free candy, spooky stories with Mrs. Skunker, roach races, scary animal feedings and more. Admission is $2 for Nature Center members and $4 for non-members.

Castell, Texas 76831: The Perfect Weekend Getaway

by Matt McDaniel

Oct 18, 2014

Many fly-fishing enthusiasts, kayakers, bikers and cyclists who are looking for a destination off the beaten path manage to find their way to the micro-community of Castell, taking in the sights and enjoying time on the Llano River below the townsite.

The Secret Process of Selecting a Bishop

by Chelsea Reinhard

Oct 18, 2014

Michael Sis has been the bishop of a diocese spanning 29 west Texas counties since January. Originally from Bryan, the bishop served several years in campus ministry at Texas A&M and as the priest of several parishes in Austin before taking his post in San Angelo at the beginning of the year.

Comedian Alex Reymundo Coming to The Beauregard Next Friday

by Matt McDaniel

Oct 18, 2014

Comedy headliner Alex Reymundo is coming back to San Angelo next week for a 9 p.m. show on Friday at The Beauregard, and he said he is excited about the upcoming event.

San Angelo is one stop on the comedian's "Red Nexican" Tour, joined by local comics Alex Rios and Matt Lucero, who will also be performing.

Two Dead in Head-on Crash with a Peterbilt Near Big Lake

by Joe Hyde

Oct 17, 2014

A man and woman in their 20s died early this morning on Texas 137 in a crash that happened seven miles south of Big Lake.

According to the Texas Department of Public Safety, Juan Martin Constancio, 26, of San Angelo was traveling south on Texas 137 at a little after 4 a.m. this morning when he veered the 2009 Pontiac Torrent that he was driving into the northbound lane.