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City staff prepares to update land development code

A work session to discuss Code SMTX, the process to update land development in San Marcos, is set for Jan. 19 at 1:30 p.m....
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San Marcos community marches for MLK

As celebrations continue across the nation, The Dunbar Heritage Association hosted the march with events praising the voice and dream of Martin Luther King...
County offices will be closed for Labor Day

New lawsuit surfaces in Jordin Taylor death

A new lawsuit is underway involving an insurance company claiming to be misled by transportation services involved in a 2016 incident resulting in the...
Fliers have been posted around downtown San Marcos in search for Kara Ryan.

Update: Police find 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...
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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...
A Texas State Univeristy police officer patrols campus Nov. 3

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...
Graduate students and faculty meet Nov. 27 in FCS room 177 discussing the Food Pantry

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...
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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

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...
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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...