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An 18-wheeler rollover on southbound I-35 in New Braunfels has caused gridlock across the city...

The man convicted this week on charges of aggravated kidnapping, Evading Arrest, and Tampering with Evidence Charges is now on the run after he skipped coming back to court on Thursday for the punishment phase of his trial...

New Braunfels City Manager Robert Camareno has selected the city’s next Fire Chief…

A look at some Halloween-related events happening here in New Braunfels tonight...

US Congressman Lamar Smith was in New Braunfels yesterday where he spoke at Honors Hall to members of the Chamber of Commerce’s Government Affairs Committee...

The playground at Ernest Eikel Park is open again as city crews have completed the installation of new playground equipment and an ADA accessible sidewalk connection to the existing sidewalk...

Photo from the scene of the crash early Friday morning

New Braunfels Police say they’ve arrested the man responsible for the fatal hit and run accident from late last week…

A 26-year old New Braunfels man was arrested on suspicion of DWI early this morning after he crashed his pickup truck into the back of a large tow truck...

A week after Comal County Commissioners issued 4.5-million dollars in bonds to pay for land meant to be used to expand the Comal County Jail, KGNB News took a tour of the aging jail facility...

Guilty.  That was the verdict of a Comal County Jury this week in 1 of 2 cases against 65-year old Christopher Kurtz…

An 18-wheeler rollover accident led to major traffic delays for several hours yesterday for drivers heading southbound on I-35 and on Loop 337 near the Pilot Truck Stop...

For the second year in a row, Hotel Occupancy Tax revenues here in New Braunfels have exceeded the 3-million dollar mark for the year...

Breast Cancer Awareness Month is winding down to a close, and students in the Comal ISD have been doing their part throughout the month of October to raise money for cancer awareness and research...

The search is over for the driver that hit and killed a pedestrian on South Seguin Avenue earlier this week.  New Braunfels Police officials announced this afternoon that they have arrested a 21-year old New Braunfels man that they believe is responsible for the hit and run fatality...

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