Much-needed state assistance helping residents infected with COVID-19 and alleviating strain on hospital workers started this week in Guadalupe County.

Suspected infidelity reportedly sparked a domestic dispute that led to a Seguin woman knifing her mate, landing her in jail Sunday in, police said.

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For an eighth straight week, Guadalupe Regional Medical Center has weathered the storm of a COVID-19 surge hospitalizing dozens of people each week and taxing resources.

Guadalupe County residents and officials could get a boost in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic as it surges in the county, nation and world.

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Guadalupe County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating the fatal shooting of an 83-year-old woman reportedly shot by her 87-year-old husband, who attempted to turn the gun on himself, authorities said.

COVID-19’s infection surge continues to rear its ugly head at Guadalupe Regional Medical Center but staff members are receiving some help in the fight.

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A Guadalupe County Sheriff’s deputy resigned from the force this year after Sheriff Arnold Zwicke suspended the employee and asked Texas Rangers to look into the deputy’s involvement with a 16-year-old girl.

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Seguin police have identified the victims of the fiery crash that killed three people and injured five others, including a Seguin police officer on Thursday.

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A fiery wreck that killed multiple people on Interstate 10 in Seguin on Thursday afternoon likely began after a truck carrying meat lost part of its load on the highway, authorities said.

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An autistic man went missing Friday morning from his parents’ Guadalupe County home and authorities are asking for help finding him.

Navarro ISD constituents will have a couple of choices to make in November as the district is asking the community for $160 million to build a new high school, a second elementary school and new athletic facilities, and purchase land.

State of Texas officials pledged help to area hospitals, which will come in handy locally as the number of COVID-related visits rise at Guadalupe Regional Medical Center.

Law enforcement officers shot and killed a suspected kidnapper, who reportedly shot at officers following a high-speed pursuit Monday on Interstate 10, authorities said.

Guadalupe County Commissioners Court voted unanimously Tuesday to fund an initial $100,000 to provide additional medical personnel at the local hospital to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic during an emergency meeting.

A city of Cibolo councilman was arrested, jailed and released over the weekend in connection with a driving while intoxicated charge, according to online jail records.

Speedy spread of the COVID-19 delta variant and rapidly rising infection rates prompted an international food supplier and its local plant to enact new rules.

Amid a tremendous increase in active COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in the county, Guadalupe County officials sought help administering four vaccine shot clinics in the coming days.

A call of concern for a Seguin resident turned into a caring gesture from an entire police department and the start of a friendship between the elderly woman and an officer.

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As Seguin parents begin preparing their children for a new school year, there is one thing they won’t have to worry about — basic supplies.

A Guadalupe County court-at-law judge is accused of hitting his child with a door as he tried to gain access to a home while he was “heavily intoxicated,” according to court records.