Kerr County added 16 coronavirus cases on Thursday, and there were three new hospitalizations at Peterson Regional Medical Center.
As mass gatherings loom in Kerrville, the Kerr County sheriff took to social media to decry the governor’s refusal to let his deputies shut down the events
Demographic information has been released about many of Kerr County's COVID-19 cases, not counting the 10 recently announced by Peterson Health.
As the coronavirus pandemic surges across Texas, almost no county has gone unscathed, but on Wednesday, Kerr County saw its worst day yet with 59 new cases of COVID-19. Overall, the day proved to be particularly bad for the state as a whole.
Lt. Col. Allen West is on the campaign trail, not just for himself, but for President Donald Trump. He stopped by Kerrville on Tuesday to help shore that message up.
The test results from a Texas Military Department screening found at least 49 new cases of coronavirus in Kerr County sending the area's number of cases past 200, including 138 active cases.
A Kerrville man was jailed following allegations he broke a woman's car window with a baseball bat and attacked police during a standoff at his home.
On the same day Texas reported its most new cases since the coronavirus pandemic, Kerr County caught a break with just one new case but local officials still urged caution to not take the virus lightly.
The city of Kerrville Planning and Zoning Commission gave the green light to a manufactured home subdivision just south of Interstate 10 near Lowe’s Home Improvement.
An Odem man and a Pipe Creek man are under felony indictment following accusations they drove drunk for at least the third time.
A Kerrville resident with pending felonies and misdemeanors was arrested for the fifth time in Kerr County, this time on suspicion of possessing methamphetamine and resisting arrest.
A Kerrville man was jailed on suspicion of possessing less than 1 gram of a controlled substance in penalty group 1, which includes cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine.
A woman under indictment on three felony charges was in the county jail on Monday on charges of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and two counts of possessing less than 1 gram of a controlled substance in penalty group 1, which includes cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine.
The coronavirus pandemic hit Kerr County the hardest yet over the Fourth of July weekend. On Monday, about 40 new cases were reported by local officials and Peterson Health.
Information released to county commissioners this morning indicates as many as 38 coronavirus infections may have been detected since Friday in Kerr County, but officials are still sorting through the data to get an accurate figure.
The Kerrville Daily Times recently directed $10,000 to Christian Assistance Ministry in Kerrville to help that organization assist needy families in our community during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
Kerrville Police Chief David Knight says excessive force, like that used in the May death of Minneapolis man George Floyd, is not what Kerrville officers are trained to do.
On the day that Gov. Greg Abbott’s executive order requiring nearly all Texans to cover their faces in public spaces went into effect, the state saw another big batch of new cases and hospitalizations.
About the only steady business being done in downtown Center Point these days is at the post office. Empty, aging buildings — silent remnants of a bygone age — line the main drag, FM 480. And tourists visiting the Hill Country are less likely to stop in Center Point as they are to skip over …
A Shakespeare in the Park production of "King Lear," which was planned for July 3 and 4 on the lawn of the Kathleen C. Cailloux City Center for the Perfoming Arts, has been canceled. Rising coronavirus infections and an order from Gov. Greg Abbott prohibiting gatherings of 10 or more prompte…
(The Center Square) – The U.S. economy added 4.8 million jobs in June, breaking a record that was set just in May. The unemployment rate dropped to 11.1 percent, the U.S. Department of Labor reported.
Ingram’s Evodio Medrano was the man who could get the job done, often working long hours before taking up the accordion to play with his band at local dance clubs. He seemed invincible to those around him.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1480 will host its annual July 4th Fundraising Barbecue from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday at the post, 220 Thompson Drive.
With unique provisions to help the audience maintain healthy distancing, Playhouse 2000’s annual “Shakespeare in the Park” presentation is still on the schedule for Friday and Saturday, July 3 and 4. Performances of “King Lear” will begin at 7:30 each night.
Due to the rising infection rates of COVID-19 in Kerr County and throughout the state, Robert Earl Keen’s Fourth on the River celebration was recently canceled.
The coronavirus pandemic continued its surge in the Hill Country, and there may be no letting up as the virus continues to sicken people in Kerrville with 12 new cases reported on Wednesday — just as Texas reported more than 8,000 new cases on the same day.
A second Kerr County resident has died of COVID-19 after contracting the illness locally, the city of Kerrville reported this afternoon. No information was available about the death; the hospital does not provide details on infections or deaths, due to concerns over violating HIPAA laws. No …