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One man’s rough patch brought joy to over a dozen Chick-Fil-A customers Friday, when he made a generous gesture to benefit those that followed him in the Sherwood Way drive-through line.
San Angelo police are searching for a male suspect scanner traffic indicated had stabbed a 36-year-old female this afternoon in the 2700 block of E. 21st St.
At circa 3:00 p.m., officers responded to an assault call at a residence, and arrived to find the female victim, who had sustained two injuries to her lower left leg.
Gregory Lee Smith, 56, was put behind bars at 2:36 a.m. on Sunday on charges of fleeing a police officer, DWI third or more and disregarding a barricade.
Three pickup trucks have been involved in what appears to be a chain rear-ending just north of the intersection of Chadbourne and 14th Streets in north San Angelo on Saturday evening.
The crash happened around 6 p.m. and involved a black Chevy Silverado 1500, red Dodge Ram 1500 and a white Chevrolet 2500 single-cab pick.
The San Angelo Fire Department responded to a house fire on the 600 block of Avondale Avenue in The Bluffs subdivision at approximately 4:35 p.m. Friday afternoon. Fire department first responders said that flames were clearly visible from the scond story of the home. A second alarm was ordered for backup.
The San Angelo-Tom Green County Health Department will be closed from 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 29, and from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 1.
Health Department staff will be at the West Texas Training Center during those times, administering tuberculosis tests to students in the San Angelo Independent School District’s health occupations program.
Public intoxication led the jail bookings on Thursday, when seven of 35 inmates were jailed for PI. The report reflects four theft and four pot charges, as well as two possession, two assault and two robbery.
There was also one car theft charge, one possession of dangerous drugs charge and one manufacture/delivery charge.
The moving of mineral materials has become big business in areas experiencing the shale oil exploration boom, as sand is transferred between points for frac projects and crushed limestone is manufactured to build roads.
Two proposed facilities in the area have sparked public outcry in recent weeks, as residents who live nearby fear their quality-of-life may suffer if the projects are approved.
Two weeks after Renee and Tres Spieker tied the knot on April 14, 2012, the newlywed couple was met with a challenge when Tres went into total renal failure and was admitted to Community Medical Center.
The sickness didn’t come as a shock to the couple, Renee Spieker, a registered nurse on Community’s staff, said, but when they found out how severe her husband’s condition was both were taken aback.
San Angelo Health Foundation Board Chair Mike Boyd announced that the Foundation has approved grants of $414,311 to fund projects for five area non-profit organizations.
Since its inception nineteen years ago, the San Angelo Health Foundation has approved and awarded grants totaling $43,796,555, benefitting the Concho Valley region through funding to approximately 188 organizations for 432 projects.