The FBI said claims made by Living Health New Braunfels that their staff are qualified to administer and interpret COVID-19 tests are false.
According to a release, the Wurstfest Board of Directors met Tuesday to consider input from a committee tasked with monitoring the ongoing pandemic and made the decision to cancel the event.
Officers spoke with the victim, an ATM repairman, who New Braunfels police say was approached by a Black man wearing a red hoodie and a black face mask.
The spike in COVID-19 cases in central Texas was enough to not only stop tubing but also from going to river parks in the city in general.
According to the city, effective at noon June 26, all river parks along the Comal River and Guadalupe River within the city limits of New Braunfels are closing.
Officials say that the donation will help provide food to thousands of area residents who are food insecure or have been economically impacted during the outbreak.
All persons over the age of 10 will be required to wear face coverings, which include homemade masks, scarfs, bandanas, or handkerchiefs, when in public and when social distancing is difficult to meet.
Initially, officials say the parks will only be open to season passholders and reservations will be required for all guests as the parks limit capacity to allow for a phased reopening.
Schlitterbahn announced the news on Facebook, saying their parks will be reopening with enhanced safety measures and operational changes throughout both parks.
According to NBPD, officers shot a single foam round from a 40mm rifle, causing Rachel Vaqerua to surrender without further incident or injury.
The county says a New Braunfels man in his 40s died Thursday afternoon at Ascension Seton Medical Center in Austin where he was being treated.
A man and a woman were found dead from gunshot wounds inside a car in the parking lot of a southwest New Braunfels apartment complex Monday morning.
Questions still remain as to what caused the fatal shooting that brought New Braunfels police Saturday night to an East New Braunfels neighborhood.
According to police, first responders found a 16-year-old female who had suffered a critical gunshot wound and was deceased at the scene.
The investigation is ongoing and the New Braunfels Police Department says there may be additional arrests and/or charges.
An investigation found that the man had lost control of his motorcycle, laid the bike down and was struck by two oncoming vehicles. He was not wearing a helmet at the time of the crash.
According to police, 29-year-old Crystal Marie Madrigales of Alton, Texas has been charged with 1st-degree murder after she allegedly stabbed a woman to death in New Braunfels.
Her body was found in May 2015 in the 900 block of I-35 South along the southbound access road. An initial call for shots fired led officers to the sidewalk where she had died after suffering multiple gunshot wounds.
Koever Henke-Wommack, 22, was charged with capital murder Wednesday in the death of 31-year-old Stephan Fox of New Braunfels.
Officers responded to a bank robbery report at the Frost Bank in the 300 block of Landa Street around 2:50 p.m. Dec. 9. Employees told officers a man came in, handed the teller a note, then fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.