A 22-year-old New Braunfels man is facing a capital murder charge in connection with a November case that left a man dead in his car.
Seguin City Councilwoman Fonda Mathis watched over a Barnes Middle School student’s shoulder as they worked on the coding program AI (artificial intelligence) for Oceans.
The melodies of Christmas nostalgia and the hums of more than 100 performers from The Seguin Children’s Chorus will soon fill the air of Texas Lutheran University.
A member of the New Braunfels Police Department is sitting in a Guadalupe County Jail cell, arrested Monday by Texas Rangers and charged with possession of child pornography.
An odor of automobile fluids wafted in the air Monday afternoon after two 18-wheelers crashed, forcing law enforcers to divert traffic and motorists to be stuck on a stretch of State Highway 123 in Guadalupe County.
Monday is the filing deadline for candidates hoping to run in the March 2020 primary elections, and a few notable candidates face contested races on Republican ballots at the local level.
The smell of fresh cut pine trees filled the air as Keith Lohse and his family meandered through a collection of Christmas trees on Saturday in the First Presbyterian Church parking lot.
Rescuing hundreds of people in harm’s way during Hurricane Harvey then training Texas Parks and Wildlife Department game wardens to do the same is all in a day’s work for one Texas Department of Public Safety trooper.
Police arrested a Seguin man and his mother recently for allegedly using a machete to rob a man known to them in the city, according to court documents filed in the case.
Mary-Lou and Donnie Alvarez opened their doors and hearts for the second time Monday and officially welcomed the two newest additions to their family.
The gift giving holiday is almost here and people everywhere are gearing up to hit the stores and online boutiques searching for the perfect presents.
Thanksgiving day is rapidly approaching, and local chef and owner Ernest Servantez, of Burnt Bean Company in The Warehouse, is offering tips to help keep area chefs from cooking up a dry bird this holiday season.
Teachers at a pair of local elementary campuses were in fine form as they hurled frozen turkeys down makeshift bowling lanes for fun and a cause.
On a short stroll down memory lane, Seguin’s outgoing city manager fondly recalled stories of his earlier days in public service and the people who helped him help area cities achieve a lot.
The big day is upon us, belts are loosening, mouths are drooling and, hopefully, cooks are thinking about safety as they prepare what for many people is the biggest meal of the year.
- NB officer arrested, facing child porn charge
- Pair write, record song about Seguin
- Harless announces bid for Guadalupe County sheriff
- Two 18-wheelers collide killing 1, injuring another
- Benefit planned to help 3-year-old with Spina bifida
- NB man arrested on capital murder charge
- Two 18-wheelers collide, close SH 123 for hours
- Gregory Eugene Carr
- New manufacturing facility bringing $35 million, 100 jobs
- Suzanne Marie Pereira