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The San Angelo Police Department has identified the man suspected of murdering a 5-year-old child early Tuesday morning in the 2700 block of Houston St.
The San Angelo Coalition of Police’s (SACOP) signed pay raise proposal went before City Council for ratification Tuesday, after nearly a year of negotiation between both entities.
Three minors were jailed on Monday for driving under the influence, the Tom Green County inmate bookings report states. A fourth minor was booked for minor in consumption on Labor Day.
Five employees were working their shifts at Pace Dry Goods on Nov. 18, 1983, when an unknown man entered the store clad in a cap and sunglasses.
He was interested in a pair of pants, witnesses said, and one of the workers, 62-year-old Thomas Henry Marsden, approached him to see if he could be of service.
SAN ANGELO-- The Texas A&M Transportation Institute in College Station published their annual list of the most congested roadways in the state, and the economic boom in West Texas has put San Angelo on the roster for the first time.
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.
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.
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.
The San Angelo Police Department has issued a NIXLE Alert, asking drivers to avoid the intersection of University and Johnson Streets, following a crash around 2:10 p.m.
According to the alert, lanes are closed on both streets as first responders work the scene of the crash.
According to a reporter at the scene, the collision involved a Nissan XTerra and a Saturn minivan.
Twenty-six inmates were put behind bars on Thursday, among them a man picked up for exhibition of acceleration/spinning tires and driving without a license. The man also had a warrant for driving while intoxication, which dates back to a June 20 run-in with the law.