SAN ANTONIO (NBC/WOAI) - Workers removed a large high-hanging beehive from a bell tower of a Catholic church in San Antonio.
The colony of honeybees had been living at the top of a 50-year-old church during the summer months problem-free.
But every time the church bell rang, it sent the bees buzzing around the neighborhood.
With children going back to school, a church official decided not to take any chances and called for help.
With the honeybee population dwindling nationwide, a decision was made to relocate the beehive on Monday.
Workers from the Central Texas Bee Rescue collected the bees using a special vacuum into a container for transportation to their facility where the bees will be rehabilitated.
The man suspected in the RTA bus hub attack that led to another man's death is expected to be released from the Montgomery County Jail pending further investigation.
A 29-year-old Farmersville man is dead after he was attacked Friday at the downtown RTA bus hub.
Neighbors reported heavy smoke coming from the home in the 300 block of Lawncrest Avenue in Drexel around 11 a.m.
The city of West Carrollton has a new fire chief.
An accident slowed traffic near the I-75/US 35 interchange in downtown Dayton.