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A 13-year old Canyon Middle School student is now facing a felony weapons charge after he allegedly brought a prohibited weapon onto schools grounds earlier this week...

An elderly mother was arrested this week for allegedly pointing a handgun at her daughter during an argument...

The 100 Club of Comal County has honored their picks for the top first responders of 2014...

NBU’s contractor has completed the rock sawing operations that required the closure of Kerlick Lane between Walnut and Encino Drive. And crews will NOT be working this weekend, so the Walnut Hill area will remain open...

The Sophienburg Museum and Archives has its first-ever Braunfest event this Saturday...

The Comal ISD School Board meets tonight to decide whether it wants to call for a nearly 150-million dollar bond election this May...

Today and tomorrow are the last two days to file for a place on the ballot if you want to run for New Braunfels City Council or the school boards for the NBISD or CISD...

Another strong cold front could bring us some wintry weather as we head into the weekend, according to forecasters with the National Weather Service...

The City of New Braunfels, the McKenna Foundation, and Comal County have been given honorable mention awards from AACOG for their work to voluntarily reduce air pollution and help improve air quality in the 12-county Alamo region...

Testimony is now underway in the trial against Trace Roger Smith, the second of 5 defendants accused in the brutal kidnapping, torture, rape, and stabbing of a Canyon Lake woman in December of 2013....

New Braunfels Police say they’ve nabbed a potentially prolific burglar, all thanks to the help of a watchful citizen...

A more detailed look at the plans for a new City Hall in the former Albertsons grocery store, and how city officials are planning on paying for that roughly 9.4-million dollar project...

A Seguin man was arrested after he led New Braunfels Police officers on a foot chase through downtown New Braunfels Monday evening...

Last week, the 4B Board supported three of four proposals brought to it by developers wanting to build local affordable housing projects. On Monday, City Council chose to back two of those projects...

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