Friday May 22, 2015 News and Weather with Kaitlin Moore.
The first class to graduate from San Angelo's christian academy received diplomas Thursday night. The ceremony was held at a home at Lake Nasworthy, and this year there were two graduating seniors. Taylor Gonzales and Joshua Leenerts are the first two seniors to receive high school degrees from San Angelo's Christian Academy. (Jennifer Rackley / Administrator at San Angelo Christian
Area roads remain closed while crews continue to clear debris caused by the flash floods and high winds Monday night. About 18 miles south of San Angelo, FM 853 at the Rocky Creek Crossing in Arden is still closed because of flood damage to the highway, and the Llano River south of Junction is continuing to flow over US 377.
Every spring in Texas, boys and girls bow their heads over the STAAR, bubbling in answers on "Scantron" test sheets that weigh heavily on their academic futures, helping decide if they'll move on to the next grade, and graduate. "My daughter started losing sleep and the stress was so intense that she really was anxious about going to school and
Houston, TX, April 14, 2015 -- The Woman’s Hospital of Texas CEO Linda Russell announces the birth of quintuplets on April 8, 2015 at 4:41 p.m. It took only 4 minutes for mom Danielle Busby to deliver all five girls. She and her husband, Adam, and big sister Blayke, welcomed Olivia Marie, Ava Lane, Hazel Grace, Parker Kate and Riley
AUSTIN, Texas – Texas lawmakers are considering whether to allow publicly traded retailers such as Walmart to open their own liquor stores. On delivery day at Chris's Liquor in south Austin, manager Stephen King lifted spirits and greeted customers by name. "We love the interactions we have with them, the stories, they all have," said King, whose customers return familiarities