San Angelo is in standard conservation, which restricts outside watering to once every seven days at no more than 1 inch per week from November 1 through March 31. Runoff of more than 150 feet down any street, gutter, alley or ditch is also prohibited. See more at the City of San Angelo's website.
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The Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine’s Great Outdoor Scavenger Hunt (GOSH) returns for a third year of carefree fun across Texas. Travel to various locations on the magazine’s list, take a selfie and post it with the hashtag #GOSH2022.
The illegals from Guatemala, El Salvador, Ecuador, Mexico and Honduras were hidden inside the small properties. All migrants including three accompanied children were medically evaluated and processed accordingly.
Today’s lake level is 1055.81, down almost 8" from a week ago (1056.44) and down 2'11" from a month ago (1058.69). We are about 1.5" below the record low of 1055.93, set May 23 2013. (Data from Texas Water Development Board).
Governor Greg Abbott on Thursday issued a statement urging the United States Congress to pass the CHIPS Act of 2022 to promote the research, development, and fabrication of semiconductors within Texas and the United States.
The history of cannabis prohibition reflects the failed alcohol prohibition of the 1920’s. Complete with gangs, corruption, and widespread violence against the lives and liberties of American citizens.
While the oppressive record heat of 108 to 110 degrees has subsided a bit Thursday and there are no heat warnings or advisories, West Texas is still facing at least ten more straight days with temperatures above 100.
MIDLAND, TX — In Midland yesterday, some are tired of Beto O’Rourke. His campaign stop was interrupted by jeers and cheers from the opposition as O’Rourke attempted to calm the protestors by offering some of them an opportunity to speak.