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New Braunfels Police are investigating the death of a 45-year-old local man who was killed last night after being struck by a truck as he was walking across Business-35...

NBU now has a newly redesigned web site, launching the site yesterday with a new look and better functionality for its customers....

The New Braunfels Convention and Visitors Bureau is stepping up its efforts to communicate with the local community this summer through social media...

The Wall Street Journal reports that Avew Holdings is on the verge of purchasing the Kustom Fence Construction Company based out of New Braunfels...

City Council was given a full River Activities report at their meeting last night, including updates on problem spots like Stinky Falls and the Last Public Exit...

An explosion and fire destroyed a carport and storage building yesterday afternoon in the Spring Branch area...

A New Braunfels woman remains in jail for allegedly stabbing her ex-boyfriend late last week...

A cold front is expected to stall out here in South-Central Texas later this week, bringing us some very solid rain chances starting Thursday night and lasting through Saturday...

The New Braunfels 4B board is holding a special meeting this week to take action on an incentive package for CBE, a large customer service company which is interested in brining some of their operation to New Braunfels...

NBU is still looking into the cause of a series of power outages off of Hwy 46 West yesterday...

A pair of single vehicle traffic accidents book-ended the day for local first responders...

TXDOT officials, in partnership with the Texas Historical Commission and the Historic Bridge Foundation, are holding a series of open houses over the next several weeks in several communities in an effort to get public opinion about plans to manage historic Texas bridges built after World War II...

New Braunfels City Council has two meetings today to close out the month of July...

The New Braunfels ISD School Board will consider approving a renewed contract with Communities in Schools for the 2014-2015 school year...

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