San Angelo, Texas – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

19 12 2008

San Angelo is a city in and the county seat of Tom Green County, Texas, United States,[3] in the American Southwest. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 88,439.

San Angelo is home to Angelo State University and is considered a major College Town in Texas.

Local sports teams include the San Angelo Colts, a United League Baseball minor league team, the San Angelo Stampede Express, a minor league indoor football team and the Angelo State University Ram’s.

Goodfellow Air Force Base is also located at the city’s outskirts. The primary tasks of the units stationed there are intelligence and firefighter training.

Mathis Field (also known as San Angelo Regional Airport – SJT) is the commercial airport serving the city.

San Angelo is a city in and the county seat of Tom Green County, Texas, United States,[3] in the American Southwest. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 88,439.

San Angelo is home to Angelo State University and is considered a major College Town in Texas.

Local sports teams include the San Angelo Colts, a United League Baseball minor league team, the San Angelo Stampede Express, a minor league indoor football team and the Angelo State University Ram’s.

Goodfellow Air Force Base is also located at the city’s outskirts. The primary tasks of the units stationed there are intelligence and firefighter training.

Mathis Field (also known as San Angelo Regional Airport – SJT) is the commercial airport serving the city.

San Angelo’s main newspaper is the San Angelo Standard-Times.

San Angelo has three local TV stations: KSAN/3, which is an NBC affiliate, KIDY/6, which is a Fox affiliate, and KLST/8, which is a CBS affiliate. The ABC Affiliate, KTXS is located in Abilene, TX (market 164), but has a low-powered transmitter in San Angelo and provides San Angelo with ABC programming via the call letters of KTXE.

San Angelo’s main newspaper is the San Angelo Standard-Times.

San Angelo has three local TV stations: KSAN/3, which is an NBC affiliate, KIDY/6, which is a Fox affiliate, and KLST/8, which is a CBS affiliate. The ABC Affiliate, KTXS is located in Abilene, TX (market 164), but has a low-powered transmitter in San Angelo and provides San Angelo with ABC programming via the call letters of KTXE.

via San Angelo, Texas – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Nickname(s): The Shining Star of Texas
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