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New Braunfels Police and Bulverde Police are using Crimestoppers to help to help them find some wanted individuals…and they’re offering reward money to tipsters…

More rain may be on the way, after thunderstorms brought heavy downpours early this morning...

KGNB News had a chance to sit down with all three recently-named Living Legends of New Braunfels: Dennis Heitkamp, Dr. Fred Frueholz, and Bill Kolodize...

The New Braunfels 4B Board is planning ahead on how they’ll spend their dollars over the next few years…

The November 4th general election is less than two months away, and local Democrats are gearing up for the mid-terms with a rally planned for early next month...

Forecasters say widespread thunderstorms could bring locally heavy rain today…

The NBISD school board is creating a new facilities committee, which is one of the first steps leading to an eventual bond election...

The New Braunfels Humane Society continues to recover from this month’s outbreak of distemper and a similar feline disease that decimated the animal population at their shelter on Morningside Drive...

Residents in the Country Hills North and Hunter Oaks Subdivisions will see some temporary water service interruptions tomorrow...

The New Braunfels 4B Board meets tonight, as does the Dist. 5 Citizens Forum in Landa Park...

The city Parks Department is looking for volunteers to help with some tree care this Thursday at the Comal Cemetery...

Our rain chances the next few days have skyrocketed thanks to an approaching airmass that is likely to trigger showers and thunderstorms for the next few days...

Today is the 16th Day of September…it’s Diez y Seis!  And we have a look back at the celebration that was held here in New Braunfels over the weekend…

City Council has pretty much nixed the idea of a downtown TIRZ, but they like the idea for a proposed stop on the Lone Star Commuter Rail route…

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