San Angelo News

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San Angelo airport flooded, flights to resume Tuesday afternoon

After flooding Monday night, San Angelo Regional Airport's terminal is back open.

Rainfall totals: Up to nearly 3 inches recorded in Big Country

Most locations picked up at least 1 and 1/2 inches of rainfall

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Texas Water Board meets in San Angelo, considers loans for water improvements

The Texas Water Board met for a workday today in San Angelo to discuss and develop strategies for water conservation in the Concho Valley.    

Abilene rain totals far below normal in spite of recent showers

Abilene Regional Airport has received 1.35 inches of rain since Friday, pushing the total received this calendar year in Abilene to 3.99 inches. That is still far less than the 8.31 inches typically received through May 27.

San Angelo lake opens flood gates due to recent heavy rain

San Angelo's Lake Nasworthy reached its capacity Sunday, forcing officials to open the flood gates.

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Flu deaths in San Angelo

     Shannon Medical Center in San Angelo is reporting that there have been four flu-related deaths there since December 25th.

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San Angelo man sentenced for child pornography

A San Angelo man is facing 97 months in federal prison after pleading guilty to child pornography.

Gov. Perry urges passage of water proposition on November ballot

Gov. Rick Perry on Wednesday urged Texans to vote for a $2 billion water proposition on the November ballot. Money for the effort would come by tapping Texas rainy day fund.

Gov. Perry: Affordable Care Act horrible piece of legislation

Gov. Rick Perry on Wednesday called the President Obama-backed Affordable Care Act a “horrible piece of legislation.”

Grand jury no-bills Angelo State University police chief

A grand jury has declined to indict Angelo State University's police chief who was charged with misdemeanor boating while intoxicated over Memorial Day weekend.

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Anthony Domol: Near 90 degree numbers return Tuesday

Much warmer air blasts back into West Texas on Tuesday and sticks into Wednesday as well. High instability and moisture levels out ahead of a dry line may spawn a few isolated severe storms late Tuesday afternoon / evening for our central and especially eastern counties.


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