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An Instagram hoax went viral this week claiming that a new rule will allow Instagram photos to be used in court cases. The post fooled several well-known celebrities such as musician P!nk and former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who is also the current U.S. Secretary of Energy.

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The Ingram Police Department handled more than 175 calls for service, 86 traffic contacts and 14 arrests or filed criminal cases in the month of July, according to a recent report from Chief Byron Griffin.

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Computer models disagree on precipitation chances this coming weekend across the Hill Country. A few models show rainfall, while others keep the area completely dry.

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If there’s one place Happy State Bank Chairman and CEO J. Pat Hickman likes it’s the Hill Country of Texas, and he’s working to make it a happier place through a major banking acquisition. 

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The Ingram City Council is not expected to raise its tax rate during tonight’s council meeting, but the city could see an increase in revenue, thanks to a rise in property values. 

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As the first day of the 2019-20 school year wound to a close, parents at Kerrville’s Tom Daniels Elementary School were eagerly awaiting the bell to ring to release their children from a big day of learning and reconnecting with friends.

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Mabel Daffern’s reaction when her grandchildren told her she was turning 106 years old this month was surprise.

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Local students earn honors at Baylor University

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CHAMPAIGN, Illinois — Fourteen University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign students and young alumni were offered student Fulbright grants to pursue international educational, research and teaching experiences across the globe this coming year, and another seven Illinois students were named F…

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There are few experiences more traumatic than losing a home. When children must be removed from their home because it’s no longer safe, the scars can be lasting and profound. However, even the simplest act of caring, like being wrapped in the warmth of a colorful quilt, can provide hope for …

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A few lucky locations picked up additional rainfall Thursday, but the heaviest rainfall was located south and west of Kerrville.

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The first car show to ever hit the banks of the Guadalupe River in Louise Hays Park will make its appearance in September and it’s not too late to get involved.

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After the recent deaths of dogs exposed to toxic algae in ponds and lakes in Texas and North Carolina, the Upper Guadalupe River Authority says no such threat exists here in Kerr County, but that caution should still be taken for anyone, including dogs in the river or ponds. 

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After getting beat in the last Democratic primary for Texas House Representative District 53, Joe Herrera is back for a second time in the hopes of challenging Republican and incumbent Andrew Murr. 

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The last four days have been busy for the Kerr County jail regarding contact with the Immigration and Naturalization Service because five men who were booked for various charges have also been held on suspicion of immigration violations.

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The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, in partnership with the Texas Department of Family & Protective Services, Child Care Licensing will present a training session offering 6 clock hours for child care providers. 

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The Kerrville City Council will begin the first discussions tonight about lowering the city’s property tax rate. City leaders also will examine improvements to the historic downtown and consider accepting state funds to improve pedestrian and bicycle traffic.