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Police looking for missing child

Update, Dec. 12 at 11:41 a.m.: The city of San Marcos tweeted at 9:23 a.m. on Dec. 12 that Kara Ryan has been found and...

Police arrest man for burglary

San Marcos Police have arrested a man accused of breaking into Treehouse Apartments and watching a resident while she slept, Dec. 3. At about 5:30...

UPD responds to aggravated robbery at Bobcat Village

The University Police Department received a report at 3:58 p.m. of an aggravated robbery that occurred at Bobcat Village on Dec. 8. The incident was...

Student pantry coming to Texas State

Faculty and students of the School of Family and Consumer Sciences are partnering with food groups on campus and potentially the Hays County Food...

San Marcos resident receives more than 1,000 years in prison

The Hays County District Attorney’s Office released a statement Tuesday concerning the sentence of a San Marcos resident charged with sexual abuse, aggravated sexual...

Food trucks drive away from The Hitch

Update: The Hitch blames city regulations, meanwhile the city of San Marcos calls the allegations, “rumors.” According to the city’s press release, “Beginning in January of...

Interfraternity Council issues statement on Greek suspsension

Following the suspension of Greek Affairs, the Texas State Interfraternity Council issued the following statement on the death of Matt Ellis and President Trauth’s...

Matt Ellis: The person not just the headline

Matt Ellis made national news from The New York Times to the Dallas Morning News following the suspension of all Greek Affairs at Texas...

President Trauth suspends Greek Affairs

Following reports of a student death being investigated by the San Marcos Police Department, President Denise Trauth issued the following email Tuesday to faculty,...

Texas State joins other universities in Greek suspensions

Texas State is the fourth university to suspended Greek Affairs due to student deaths. Some of those universities have legal battles being fought with...