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Past articles by Justin:

Indiana Unions Rally To Urge Senators’ Support For Pro-Labor Legislation

Unions across Indiana rallied Friday to pressure Sens. Todd Young and Mike Braun into voting for pro-union legislation. The Protecting the Right to → Read More

Researchers Say Without Government Stimulus, Poverty Is Back On The Rise

Researchers say extra money from the U.S. government helped many people rise out of poverty, even during the economic crisis caused by the pandemic. But now much of that stimulus is gone and poverty is rising again. → Read More

Concho pearls can still be found, but they are growing rarer

Luster of local pearls has drawn generations of divers to area waterways. → Read More

San Angelo's Heritage Park begins to shape up as construction crew makes big changes

Strange structures are popping up on one street corner in downtown San Angelo. First, it was an old-timey wooden water tower. Then it was a spider-like dome composed of giant stainless steel leaves. But this isn't some sort of avant-garde art installation — it's just the first visible signs of construction at the Heritage Park of San Angelo on the corner of West Twohig Avenue and Oakes Street.… → Read More

City tells Lonestar Cheeseburger Company it must demonstrate mobility within 10 days

The Tom Green County Health Department sent a letter to the owner of Lonestar Cheeseburger Company telling his to move the food truck - or else. → Read More

Texas police lip sync battles: Tom Green County Sheriff's Office video goes viral

In early July, multiple law enforcement agencies in San Angelo participated in a viral lip synch challenge. One video in particular took off. → Read More

New Family Dollar to hold grand opening celebration in San Angelo

A new Family Dollar has come to San Angelo at 2014 Junius Street and they aim to celebrate with their customers. → Read More

San Angelo foundation gives $535K to 21 local nonprofits in its largest grant cycle yet

When local nonprofits need a little extra cash to help the youngest and oldest residents of San Angelo, there’s a hidden gem in town that steps up. → Read More

Scanner: Two people flee scene, throw bag into dumpster after vehicle rollover on Loop 306

Police are investigating a rollover crash in the 4000 block of Houston Harte Expressway. Police radio communications indicate 2 people fled the scene. → Read More