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New Braunfels Police have issued a crime alert, using their Facebook page to warn local residents about a recent rise in vehicle burglaries....

Flu cases are on the rise in Comal County, dramatically increasing at the end of December and in early January...

Unemployment in New Braunfels continues to slide, dropping down to an even 3% in December...

New Braunfels City Council will put the finishing touches on a new towing ordinance and new zoning regulations along Walnut Avenue…

Resurfacing work on the section of Common Street from Loop 337 to Gruene Road begins Monday...

Three residents that spoke to the CISD School Board last week about the Smithson Valley High Ag. Barn, and their belief that the facility needs to be expanded...

New Braunfels Police are trying to clear up an untrue rumor that apparently began on social media that a young girl had recently been abducted and sexually assaulted in a popular shopping area of town...

Flags will fly at half-staff Friday in honor of Sgt. Gilberto Sanchez, an Army medic whose remains were recently returned to Texas after he was listed as missing in action for more than 60 years following the Korean War...

A widespread 1½ to 2 inches of rain fell on New Braunfels and Comal County the last two days, bringing us some much needed rain...

Comal and Guadalupe Counties were left off TXDOT’s list of road projects they’ll be tackling across the state using the money voters approved under Prop 1 in the November 2014 election...

Beyond the city election happening this May, the NBISD Board of Trustees also has an election in the works...

A community-wide garage sale is set for this Saturday to help raise funds for Family Promise of New Braunfels...

Four area school children were recently selected as the winners of NBU’s annual SAFEhaven in Schools “Draw Bucky” contest...

The chance of rain will continue to increase on Thursday, likely surpassing the roughly 2-tenths of an inch we saw Wednesday afternoon and evening...

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