Like several business owners in Seguin, J.B. Servise was awakened at 3 a.m. Wednesday by a phone call from the police saying his business was vandalized earlier that morning.

The woman accused of leaving her mother on the floor to die and forcing her own daughter to live with the decomposing body for three years pleaded guilty on Tuesday and was sentenced to 30 years in prison.

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A Leesville man is accused of throwing packages of marijuana-type products and other illegal narcotics wrapped in candy-like packaging of out a car window after he refused to stop for police and evaded them during a 60-mile chase on Friday, authorities said.

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Guadalupe County saw a slight increase in active COVID-19 cases, and a significant bump in overall cases occurring since the start of the pandemic with new numbers reported by the state.

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A San Antonio man was arrested in connection with what investigators characterized as an elderly fraud scheme against a 66-year-old Selma woman.

Staff with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration are looking into last week’s critical accident at CMC Steel in Guadalupe County.

As Guadalupe County continued to see modest gains in new confirmed COVID-19 cases, the state’s number of reported deaths in the county on Wednesday took a relatively large jump, according to a news release.

A contractor working at CMC Steel was critically hurt and taken to a local hospital following an industrial accident Tuesday in Guadalupe County, fire department officials said.

A Seguin woman remained in jail Friday as investigators looked into the discovery of a decomposing body buried in the backyard of an Austin residence.

A pair of pursuits, a wreck involving a deputy constable, a vehicle crashing through a house, stolen vehicles and the theft of an ATM kept area law enforcement officers busy on Wednesday night, into Thursday morning, officials said.

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Documents connected with the sexual harassment investigation of a former Seguin ISD superintendent have been released to the public and include handwritten notes from a central office employee that allege crude and sexual comments about staff and a neighboring superintendent.

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