As the City population continues to grow, changes may have to be made to the City’s storm water plan, tasked with cleaning up water that after rainfall flows into our rivers, lakes and streams.
City streets, a new police admin building, fire department, and multiple other currently unfunded capital improvement projects were discussed in a special evening City Council meeting Thursday, where the Council was presented with funding options and asked to define priorities.
Just past 11:30 p.m., a call for Medic 7 rang out over the radio. There was a major vehicle accident on Knickerbocker and Western Court, just in front of Johnny Carino’s Italian Restaurant.
There, a gray Toyota Camry had collided with a black Mazda compact car, disabling both vehicles. Females drove both vehicles and neither car appeared to have additional passengers.
It’s time to spring forward once again…if you still have real clocks in your home.
The cell phones many people now use for timepieces and alarm clocks update automatically so the main thing is to know that if you don’t’ adjust your sleep schedule this weekend you are likely to be late for work come Monday.
For the first time in 13 years, the Angelo State University Men’s Basketball team has a reason to celebrate in the post season.
Arrests were high on Thursday within Tom Green County, the majority of which were for warrants, accounting for 10 of 39 arrests. Other charges were fairly evenly distributed; theft and possession both acounting for five, pot for seven and assault for four.
There were two DWIs and two PIs on Thursday and 37 inmates were released.
Emergency Management Coordinator Steve Mild is urging citizens to be prepared for all contingencies as part of Severe Weather Awareness Week, which ends Saturday.
AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) will increase DWI patrols from March 7 – March 23, which coincides with one of the busiest Spring Break periods in Texas. During this effort, DPS troopers will focus on DWI patrols in high-risk locations at times when alcohol-related crashes are most frequent.
March 4, at approximately 1 a.m. San Angelo Police Officer John Bouligny observed a vehicle that had hit the concrete barrier to the entrance ramp of Houston Harte Expressway West bound at 6th Street. Officer Bouligny noticed the driver in the crash had left the vehicle and was not on scene.