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San Marcos Police are on the lookout for a man they say tried to kidnap a girl from a San Marcos Wal-Mart…

Authorities here in New Braunfels continue to search for Jeffrey Raymond Degroote who is currently wanted on theft charges while Bulverde Police continue to seek tips from the public while attempting to locate a theft suspect...

District 6 residents will have a chance to meet with their City Council person, Leah Garcia, at a public forum tonight...

Copies of documents related to the city's MS4 initiative to clean up stormwater runoff are public record and are available for public review at City Hall on South Castell Avenue...

The Texas Association of Business, along with local business and chamber leaders, will unveil the T-A-B’s 2015 Jobs Agenda next week here in New Braunfels...

A Comal ISD student project effectively raised more than 12-thousand dollars for the Canyon Lake food pantry…

New Braunfels City Council got the final report on River Activities for the Summer of 2014 during their meeting last night at City Hall...

A 28-year old man is recovering after crashing his motorcycle yesterday morning on Loop 337...

New Braunfels residents have a chance to meet the 5 finalists for the Fire Chief’s job at a meet and greet reception later today...

The Comal County League of Women Voters is making a push now to get more local residents registered to vote ahead of the deadline to register...

The New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce is hosting a special luncheon today to thank Hall of Honor recipients for their contribution to the local community...

A pair of students got the surprise of a lifetime last week when their father, US Air Force Captain James Harris, made a special homecoming appearance at their CISD campuses...

Although some events were held at the Comal County Fairgrounds on Common Street (and elsewhere) over the weekend, this year’s 121st Annual Fair really gets underway this week...

Reports of a man with a gun at the Resolute Health Hospital this past weekend proved to be false, but it took a lot of police activity to make sure...

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