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With only minor changes made during a special meeting yesterday afternoon, Comal County Commissioners Court adopted the budget for 2015, approving a 68.1-million dollar budget for the coming year...

A Comal County Jury convicted Nathaniel Fox of murder last week and now he awaits his sentence in Comal County District Court…

A 40-year old St. Hedwig man was arrested late last week for allegedly alluding police in a grocery store parking lot, apparently so he could attempt to eat a stash of marijuana before being pulled over...

The fall edition of the city’s "The Fun Things in Life" program guide is now available to view online and printed copies are available at the Landa Recreation Center...

A San Antonio family is mourning the loss of a 5-year old boy who drowned over the weekend in the Comal River...

Two motorcyclists were airlifted to San Antonio hospitals after a wreck on I-35 over the weekend…

School starts this week for nearly 30-thousand students in the Comal and New Braunfels ISD’s...

NBU will request a wastewater rate increase at tonight’s City Council meeting as a way to help fund nearly 100-million dollars in capital projects that are planned for the next 5 years...

If you live or work over on the east side of the interstate near the new Fischer Park, get ready for some road construction that may get in your way....

Following an internal investigation by the New Braunfels Police Department, the two officers who shot and killed an overly aggressive dog earlier this month have been cleared of any wrong doing...

Closing arguments are expected today in Comal County District Court in the murder trial against 27-year old Nathaniel Fox...

Some updates on ongoing city projects, like the Landa Park Golf Course, the Landa Park riverfront work, and the Comal Cemetery bank stabilization project…

A woman wanted in Hays County on 4 separate charges of Forgery against the Elderly was arrested in Prince Solms Park this past weekend...

 For the first time in the Comal ISD’s 58-year history, when students head back to school next week Tuesday, enrollment numbers will eclipse the 20-thousand student mark...

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