John Tufts, Indianapolis Star

John Tufts

Indianapolis Star

San Angelo, TX, United States

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Past articles by John:

Eight people taken to hospital after Sunday crash on Indy's northeast side

Out of six juveniles involved, one is in critical condition the other five are in serious but stable condition. → Read More

FIRST TIME! Here are the Indy 500 fans who made the 2022 race their first

From children to adults, sports stars and other officials, here are some of the people who made the 106th running of the Indianapolis 500 their first → Read More

NWS investigating after powerful storm damages trees, causes power outages in Bedford area

The National Weather Service is still investigating whether a tornado touched down in the Bedford-area during the storm → Read More

It's Election Day! Tom Green County results are rolling in; here's what we know

Here's a look at what's going on with the Republican and Democratic primary election in San Angelo on Tuesday, March 1. → Read More

Suddenlink announces it will build fiber broadband internet in San Angelo, open second retail store

Suddenlink said plans were in place to build "a 100% full-fiber broadband network" in six Texas markets, which include San Angelo. → Read More

LIVE BLOG: San Angelo winter storm weather updates; road conditions, power outages and more

The Standard-Times is keeping a live blog of winter weather updates affecting the area. Check back frequently as more information is provided. → Read More

ELECTION RESULTS: Early voting favors Karen Hesse Smith in San Angelo City Council race

Residents living in Santa Rita and College Hills voted in a special election to determine who would represent SMD 5 on the San Angelo City Council. → Read More

Sanctuary city petition has enough signatures, paving way to outlaw abortion in San Angelo

While officials determined enough people had signed a petition to outlaw abortion in San Angelo, there are more steps needed before that can happen. → Read More

Rallo, Boyd named San Angelo Citizens of the Year by Chamber of Commerce

Barbara Rallo and Treva Boyd were named San Angelo's 2021 Citizens of the Year on Thursday night → Read More

Early voting begins for San Angelo City Council special election; what you need to know

Here's everything you need to know about where, when and how to cast your ballot before the special election happens in roughly two weeks. → Read More

Tom Green County reports largest positive COVID-19 tests since pandemic began; here's why

San Angelo officials reported the most COVID-19 cases in a single day, 532, on Jan. 5. Here's why: → Read More

Two San Angelo teenagers found safe in Mississippi after being missing for more than 2 weeks

Two San Angelo area teenagers have been found safe in Mississippi after they had been missing for 16 days. → Read More

Four candidates file to run in special election for San Angelo City Council, District 5

Four candidates vying to represent Single Member District 5 on the San Angelo City Council will square off against each other next month. → Read More

Rappers Ice Cube, Cypress Hill, and more to perform at San Angelo River Stage

Get your tickets now! Ice Cube is coming to San Angelo. → Read More

Robot nurse assistants join Shannon Hospital amid Texas healthcare worker shortage

"We are one of the first hospitals in the country to have this technology," said Lyndy Stone, Shannon's director of marketing. → Read More

Special election of Lane Carter's vacant San Angelo City Council seat set for January 2022

"It is a very compressed timeline," one official said concerning a special election to fill Lane Carter's seat on the San Angelo City Council. → Read More

Remember when ZZ Top's guitarist visited downtown San Angelo for chips and hot sauce? We do.

Before playing a sold-out show in San Angelo back in 2017, this ZZ Top guitarist wanted hot sauce. → Read More

Christmas at Old Fort Concho returns with a bang

This year marked its return after taking a hiatus in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the first such cancellation in the event's history. → Read More

Federal judge blocks vaccine mandate for health workers; Shannon Hospital halts requirement

Staff at Shannon Medical Center were at one point required to be fully vaccinated for the coronavirus by early January. That's no longer the case. → Read More

At least two dead in Big Spring crash involving Andrews ISD bus; here's what we know

A crash near Big Spring between a vehicle and an Andrews ISD bus has reported two fatalities, no student injuries as of 5:45 p.m. → Read More