SAN ANGELO, TX — Skywest Airlines will operate as United Airlines and announced their flight schedule for San Angelo’s Mathis Field that starts on San Jacinto Day, April 21. The airline will provide four flights daily, two from Houston’s George Bush International Airport to San Angelo, and two from San Angelo to Houston. Skywest will operate regional jets for the routes.
SAN ANGELO, TX — This stunning home with a beautiful golf course view has barely been lived in. It has all of the amenities you'd want to add, as if your tailor-made the plans were used for its new construction.
WASHINGTON, DC — Thursday, Congressman August Pfluger (TX-11) supported two bills to prevent President Biden from rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement. Following the introduction of the legislation, Congressman Pfluger issued a statement:
SAN ANGELO, TX — A San Angelo manufacturer won a patent infringement lawsuit for one of its key products. Principal Lighting Group, known also as Principal LED, located in the San Angelo Business and Industrial Park at 3940 Venture Dr., patented an adaptor that allows commercial business signs to be easily converted from traditional fluorescent lighting to more efficient LED lighting diodes. It is marketed by Principal as the Stik series and is an important revenue generator for the company.
AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) announced the temporary closure of the Texas State Capitol and Capitol Grounds "out of an abundance of caution" starting Saturday, January 16 and extending until Wednesday, January 20.
AUSTIN, TX — Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton wants to investigate the policies and practices regarding content moderation as well as information as to why social media app Parler was deplatformed by Google, Amazon, and Apple.
AUSTIN, TX — An investigation by Project Veritas whose reporters went undercover with hidden cameras to expose an alleged ballot harvesting scheme in San Antonio has resulted in an arrest, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said Wednesday morning.
WASHINGTON, DC — Congressman August Pfluger’s bad week started the day he was sworn in to represent Congressional District 11 that stretches from Granbury to Llano, across the west side of the Texas Hill Country to San Angelo, and then to the Permian Basin cities of Midland and Odessa. The ceremony was private because of the pandemic. Flanked by his family, Pfluger took the oath of office administered by U.S. House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy. He was joined by his wife, Camille and three daughters, Vivian, Caroline, and Juliana.