UPDATE 1:40 P.M.: The standoff continues. A Texas Department of Public Safety SWAT team is "carefully continuing to attempt to locate the suspect inside the theater," states a KPD news release. "KPD, along with Kerr County Sheriff's Deputies and Kerr County constables are still holding the p…
The kindness of children will be on display to kickoff the week of Kerrville Kind — a campaign to celebrate kindness and promote neighborliness in our community hosted by The Kerrville Daily TImes.
Kristin La Rue knew that she had to be involved when she read about the Kerrville Kind initiative that The Kerrville Daily Times was undertaking.
The Kerrville Independent School District and Our Lady of the Hills Regional Catholic High School announced Monday evening they will delay the start of classes Tuesday morning due to expected icy conditions. The delay gives buses a safer time to get children to school. Classes across KISD an…
A poll by the University of Texas and the Texas Tribune found that 66% of Texans believe climate change is happening. Only 23% say it’s not happening and the rest were undecided. Like a poll asked by the same group on immigration, the divisions of opinion are split sharply along political …
Texas voters are about to weigh in on 10 proposed amendments to the state constitution, which deal with everything from retiring law enforcement animals to the state’s tax code.
Creating a personal income tax in Texas isn’t easy. But supporters of a proposition on the Nov. 5 constitutional amendment ballot want to make the prospect of such a tax even more remote.
On Tuesday, voters will consider making 19 changes to the city of Kerrville charter. While early voting is already underway, there will be plenty of people who wait until Tuesday to cast their ballots, and the considerations the City Council is asking from Kerrville residents are lengthy.The…
Subfreezing temperatures as low as 30 are expected in an eight-county area that includes the counties of Kerr, Gillespie, Kendall and Bandera, according to a freeze warning and hazardous weather outlook from the National Weather Service.
As part of a campaign to promote kindness and neighborliness, The Kerrville Daily Times will host two free screenings of “Won’t You Be My Neighbor,” a documentary about Fred Rogers, the creator of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood."
The hazardous weather outlook issued by the National Weather Service is still in effect, and the agency this afternoon issued an updated report, including a wind advisory and a warning that there may be power outages and flash flooding.
Kerr County residents are in the process of choosing what Texas constitutional amendments they want — or don’t want — and city of Kerrville residents have the added responsibility of voting on proposed changes to the city’s charter.
Tax notices are in the mail, and Kerr County property owners should be receiving them in the next few days, if they haven’t already, according to Kerr County Tax Assessor-Collector Bob Reeves.
Anyone who signs up to receive Kerrville Daily Times email newsletters now through Oct. 18 will be entered to win a pair of boots from Billy's Western Wear.
A B-17 Bomber that crashed at the Hartford, Conn. airport earlier this week, killing seven of the 13 people aboard, was the same one that visited the Kerrville Airport in March.
The Symphony of the Hills still has seats at all levels available for its season-opening concert, Swan Songs, starting at 7:30 p.m. tonight at the Cailloux Theater in Kerrville.
The Kerrville Daily Times published a letter on September 30th from a gentleman wishing to have the Triathlon, sports activities and other special events including the Kerrville Folk Festival relocated to other Texas communities. Thankfully, after viewing the poll conducted by the Kerrville…
As soon as the Schreiner soccer players trudged onto the practice field at 6:30 a.m. Aug. 15, the second day of two-a-days, their first-year coach Alyssa Taramona introduced them to the fitness test.
Hayden Poe can’t really remember what was racing through his mind as he chased after Luke Boyers. The Tivy defensive end just knew he had to find some way to bring Boerne Champion’s quarterback to the ground.
For the first three games of the season, Ingram Tom Moore quarterback Tim Leatherman has propelled the Warriors with his legs, but Friday night he did it with his arm.
Colt McBee finally missed on Friday, but it still wasn’t enough to completely give up his lead at the U.S. Olympic Trials for Skeet at Hill Country Shooting Sports Center in Kerrville.
Key stats for Tivy: Trapper Pannell has completed 11 of 17 passes for 77 yards and a touchdown, and has also collected 41 yards and another touchdown on three carries.
The upcoming Welcome Home Fest features three days of music on Oct 11-13. Tickets are available for purchase online at a discounted rate. Gate prices start Oct. 11 at 1 pm on site.
Midway through the fourth set, after flicking the ball across the net for another kill, Makenna Gelsone turned toward her coach Tony Vela, flashed a smile and gave him the “thumbs up.”