San Angelo News

"Showdown in San Angelo" drag boat races celebrate milestone

For the 10th year in a row, the Craig Partusch Memorial annual Showdown in San Angelo Drag Boat Races brought the sun, meaning  a lot of people are trying to beat the heat, by having some fun at the lake.

San Angelo 9/11 memorial destroyed, World Trade Center steel stolen

San Angelo police are looking for the person(s) who destroyed the city’s 9/11 monument and stole a piece of steel that came from the World Trade Center.

Death investigation

San Angelo police say infant found unresponsive at day care dies

San Angelo police are investigating the death of a 9-week-old boy who was found unresponsive at a licensed home day care facility.

Christopher Ray Chavez

Christopher Ray Chavez

San Angelo man, 26, arrested for shooting woman in head

A 26-year-old San Angelo man has been arrested for shooting a 32-year-old woman in the head.

Sgt. Korby Kennedy

Sgt. Korby Kennedy

Daughter playing in softball game to honor late San Angelo officer

The 11-year-old daughter of a San Angelo police officer -- who was killed while directing traffic last year -- will be participating in a softball game being held Friday in memory of her father.

Fiancée remembers San Angelo soldier killed during training

One of the nine soldiers killed in the Fort Hood training accident Thursday was from San Angelo.

San Angelo soldier among those killed in Fort Hood training accident

Fort Hood officials have released the names of eight of nine soldiers who died in a training accident when an Army truck overturned in floodwaters at Fort Hood, Texas.

Abilene, San Angelo spellers knocked out of national spelling bee

Six-year-old Akash Vukoti of San Angelo was eliminated in Round 2. Abilene’s Jack Miller, 12,  was knocked out in Round 3.

Abilene, San Angelo spellers competing in national spelling bee

The Scripps National Spelling Bee kicks off tomorrow in Washington, D.C. and two kids from the Big Country will compete - Jack Miller from Abilene and Akash Vukoti from San Angelo.

Toxic lead in water at 3 state-run centers for disabled

Water testing at three Texas State Supported Living Centers shows the 600 disabled residents have been drinking water with toxic lead levels.

Video: Your Latest Forecast

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Sunday forecast: Thundershower chances remain overnight

Sunday afternoon was a washout for some places in the Big Country, but will we see more for our Monday? Here's how things are looking.

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