NEW YORK, NY — A major outage was reported for customers of AT&T customers by the San Angelo Police Department this morning. By lunchtime, DownDetector indicated service has been mostly restored while the New York Times reported sporadic service still impacting California.
In what could be interpreted as a signal of his struggle against rural Republicans who oppose taxpayer-funded private school vouchers, Governor Greg Abbott invoked a drastic measure on the first day of early voting.
AMARILLO, TX — Bart Wade Reagor, the once-prominent car salesman who wielded influence over the South Plains car dealership scene, faced conviction on a single count of lying to a bank in Federal Court in Amarillo back in 2021. His Reagor-Dykes properties across the region now stand vacant, while Reagor himself languishes in a Louisiana federal prison, destitute and penniless, serving a 14-year sentence.
SAN ANGELO, TX — It was almost a classic car. A metallic-colored Chevy Camaro, vintage of around the mid-1990s, was destroyed in a two-car crash at the intersection of W. Beauregard Ave. and Van Buren St. at around 2:30 p.m. Saturday.
WALL, TX — After the controversial and tearful departure of the 17-year veteran Wall Hawks head football coach, that coach has now thrown his hat into the ring asking the citizens in Wall to elect him to the Wall ISD Board of Trustees.
WASHINGTON, DC — Rep. August Pfluger (TX-11) has successfully shepherded landmark legislation that will create jobs in his district and save the west Texas natural gas industry. His legislation, HR 7176, titled, "Unlocking Our Domestic LNG Potential Act of 2024" passed the U.S. House of Representatives by a vote of 224-200. All Republicans and 9 Democrats voted for the bill.