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San Marcos police to investigate Starbucks robbery

The San Marcos Police Department is investigating a Sept. 18 aggravated robbery at the Starbucks located on Centerpoint Road. At 11:10 p.m. the robber entered...
The U.S. Department of Agriculture grant awarded to Texas State will help increase global agriculture competency for minority students.

Texas State awarded grant for minority training in global agriculture

The United States Department of Agriculture has awarded Texas State $300,000 to increase global agricultural competency for minority students, with a focus on Latinx...
Zach Sutterfield

Texas State student suffers severe injuries after apartment fire, lawsuit filed

Texas State student Zachary Sutterfield is fighting for his life after suffering severe injuries from the July 20 Iconic Village apartment fire that left...
A Texas State bus collided with a car at the Aquarena Springs intersection, Sept. 4.

SMPD to investigate collision involving Texas State bus

The San Marcos Police Department is investigating a Tuesday-morning collision between a Texas State bus and a truck at the intersection of Aquarena Springs...
The entrance to Texas State's Freeman Ranch, where Texas State houses a human decomposition lab..

Applied anthropology doctorate projected to start fall 2018

Texas State's latest doctoral program in applied anthropology aims to have students studying human remains and preserving ancient sites by fall pending approval from...
The H-E-B sign sits atop the grocery store in San Marcos on May 26.

H-E-B withdraws bread and buns due to unpleasant odor and taste

H-E-B issued a quality withdrawal June 23 for several H-E-B and Hill Country Fare bread and buns with a best-buy date between June 26...
Texas State University sign

Texas State breaks record with six Fulbright Scholars

Six Texas State faculty members have been awarded a scholarship that will send them to different corners of the world to teach and research. The...
Austin Capitol building

Tuition prices continue to hike

Tuition has continued to rise across public Texas universities due to unprioritized funding by the Texas Legislature. Compared to the cost of 15 hours in...
Police cars stop after a chase.

Four individuals arrested following car chase

Four juvenile men involved in a police chase from Austin to San Marcos have been taken into custody by the Kyle Police Department. The San...
Blanco River Village neighborhood soccer field begins to flood.

San Marcos receives millions to combat flooding

The city of San Marcos received $24 million from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in an effort to mitigate the effects...