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Grammy-winning country music artist Dwight Yoakam coming to San Angelo

Grammy-winning recording artist and country music legend Dwight Yoakam will make an appearance at the Murphey Performance Hall on Saturday, Oct. 23. → Read More

Diez y Seis de Septiembre event kicks off National Hispanic Heritage Month

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, a Diez Y Seis de Septiembre event was held in San Angelo to recognize the impact of the Hispanic and Latino community. → Read More

Heff's Burgers records 'through the roof' sales at newly opened San Angelo location

Heff's Burgers reopened in San Angelo on Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2021, at their new location with a drive-thru. → Read More

San Angelo man rescued by local firefighters after diving into floodwaters to rescue a dog

"I dove in after him," McGinty said. "I tried to save the dog...and almost drowned in the process." → Read More

Crash shuts down eastbound Houston Harte Expressway near Van Buren Street

Police issued a Nixle alert Tuesday asking people to avoid the eastbound side of Houston Harte Expressway near Van Buren Street due to a crash. → Read More

Aggressive bee swarm forces San Angelo residents to shelter in their homes

A swarm of bees caused the SAPD to ask residents around the 2300 block of Webster Ave. to stay in their homes Saturday while the issue is addressed. → Read More

San Angelo pedestrian transported to local hospital after being struck by vehicle

A pedestrian was transported to a local hospital Friday afternoon after they were struck by a Nissan Pathfinder while crossing Knickerbocker Road. → Read More

Simply Texas Blues Festival returns to San Angelo

The dark clouds forming overhead did little to dampen spirits at the 2021 Simply Texas Blues Festival on Saturday, May 22, 2021. → Read More

Angelo State University opens museum doors, here's how to see dinosaurs and more

Angelo State University held a private grand opening for the Mayer Museum on Friday, opening the doors for guests to view dinosaurs and student art. → Read More

Man arrested after speeding through San Angelo neighborhood at up to 120 mph

A man has been arrested after leading San Angelo law enforcement on a high speed chase, records state. → Read More

Inaugural Railway Days Festival held at San Angelo museum

The first Railway Days Festival managed to avoid inclement weather and draw a steady crowd to the Railway Museum of San Angelo on Saturday. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccine now available in San Angelo for youths age 12-15

The COVID-19 vaccine is now available to youths aged 12-15 in Tom Green County at the Shannon Medical Center vaccination clinic at Sunset Mall. → Read More

San Angelo train car opened for first time in decades

A rail car closed off for decades to the public at the Railway Museum of San Angelo was opened Thursday in search of items for a fundraiser. → Read More

'A lot of crash and burn': Award-winning rodeo clown John Harrison on life in the arena

They are called rodeo clowns and their job is to make sure the rodeo is fun for the crowd and safe for the athletes. John Harrison is one of the best. → Read More

Overdue: San Angelo library seeks funds for first renovation since opening in 1970s

San Angelo's northside library hasn't been upgraded since 1975. A fundraising campaign hopes to change that. → Read More

Crowds turn out for early Easter celebration in San Angelo

Hundreds of people turned out for an early Easter event at Sports Next Level in San Angelo on Saturday, April 3, 2021. → Read More

North San Angelo shooting ends with injured man, 'person of interest' in custody

A man was injured after a shooting was reported at a north San Angelo apartment. At least one person of interest is in custody, police said. → Read More

Boys and Girls Club of San Angelo donate food to help families

In an attempt to address an already pressing need exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, one local organization held a food drive Saturday. → Read More

Candlelight vigil honors Brixlee Marie Lee, infant who died after testing positive for heroin

The steps of the Tom Green County courthouse was the site of a vigil on Monday as mourners gathered to remember Brixlee Marie Lee. → Read More

Santa Claus arrives in San Angelo in 2020

Hundreds of people gathered at the Railway Museum of San Angelo on Saturday despite chilly weather to see Santa Claus and an elf arrive to town. → Read More