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It’s been a year since the Canyon Lake Wildflower Initiative was first proposed as a way to increase the number of wildflowers in the area...

This Saturday, Resolute Health is hosting a grand opening of its new Wellness and Aquatics Center...

The search continues for a local teen accused of firing a handgun at a police officer last night. The officer was not injured, but the suspect remains on the loose…

Early voting for the November General Election is now underway and continues through Oct. 31st...

All hospitals are normally considered baby-friendly, but there’s a special designation that a hospital can earn that makes it official...

The local economy is about to get a boost with Blue Sky Lone Star scheduled to open its new Diesel Exhaust Fluid manufacturing facility in the first quarter of 2015...

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and locally the Comal ISD has held several events to promote awareness and raise funds for research...

NBU is kicking off its annual SAFEhaven coloring contest....

How prepared is the New Braunfels Fire Department should the Ebola virus find its way into South-Central Texas?  KGNB News got a first hand look at the equipment and procedures local firefighters and paramedics will be using...

The investigation continues after a train collided with an 18-wheeler on Friday...

Lots of road construction/traffic-related news to report today, including railroad quiet zone work, continued work on the intersection of Hwy 46 West at 1863, and a one-day project on Garden Street in the downtown area…

New Braunfels City Council is hosting a public workshop tonight to discuss the possible creation of a Transportation Reinvestment Zone (also known as a TIRZ)...

Property owners should soon be getting their 2014 Comal County Property Tax Statements in the mail...

Communities In Schools was one of six local non-profit agencies to get a Challenge Grant from the McKenna Foundation this past May, and CIS has announced that they have reached the fundraising requirement for that grant (and then some)...

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