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A 16-year old male is in custody after he was arrested here in New Braunfels last week for allegedly holding up a convenience store in Fort Bend County...

Early voting for the Primary run-off election is over and Election Day is tomorrow. Polls will be open countywide tomorrow from 7am to 7pm...

The New Braunfels High School graduation ceremony is this Thursday at 7pm at Strahan Coliseum in San Marcos and the NBISD says you can now watch the ceremony live online...

The New Braunfels ISD will once again hold its summer meal program, providing free meals for kids under the age of 18 this summer...

Canyon Lake High School and Canyon Middle School were recently crowned as the Comal ISD’s 2014 Algebra Bowl champions...

One of the two railroad overpass bridges on FM 306 is now open with traffic now able to skip past the railroad tracks...

A brush fire in the Canyon Lake area took firefighters about 2 hours to finally put out, partially because of gusty winds yesterday evening...

Comal County Sheriff’s detectives are searching for a man suspected of a non-violent crime in the Canyon Lake/Sattler area and a cash reward is being offered for information on the man’s identity...

A Canyon Lake man that is already serving a 20-year prison term for shooting his girlfriend in the face, now has another 10-year sentence to serve once the first 20 years is over...

Today is the last day of early voting for the Primary run-off election and Election Day is next week...

The Christus Santa Rosa Health System recently honored its top nurses throughout its healthcare system, including a nurse at their New Braunfels hospital...

The City of New Braunfels is hosting a ribbon-cutting ceremony next week for the newly installed Little Free Library at the Landa Park Playground...

Before you start preparing for your outdoor grilling and BBQ this Memorial Day weekend, the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service is offering some advice for a safe and trouble-free cooking experience...

With thousands of tourists expected in New Braunfels over the next few days, multiple local law enforcement agencies will have extra patrols on local rivers, highways, and city streets this Memorial Day weekend...  

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