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Tuition might increase by 2.95 percent for the 2018-2019 school year

Administration is seeking to approve a tuition increase of 2.95 percent for the 2018-2019 academic school year. The increase will raise tuition cost and...

U.S. Rep. Lamar Smith retiring from congress

Update: Nov. 11. 5:35 p.m. Former San Marcos Mayor Susan Narvaiz announced Saturday that she will be running for House District 21. Narvaiz announced the candidacy by...

UPD asking for federal assistance in bomb threat investigation

Update: Nov. 8. 1:22 p.m. "Federal authorities are involved and the incidents remain under investigation," Flores said. The LBJ Student Center has experienced four threats since...

Remembering Jordin Taylor

It has been a year since the death of a freshman student occurred at a Halloween party hosted by four fraternities near the town...

San Marcos High School student killed in car collision

A collision on Interstate 35 killed one San Marcos High School student and injured two others on Sunday. All southbound lanes of I-35 were closed...

White nationalist banner posted on exterior of Alkek Library

Update, 9:43 a.m.: Thursday morning, a banner was placed on the east side of Alkek, where a white nationalist banner was posted Monday. The banner...

Bomb threats target Texas State

LBJ Student Center and Jones Dining Hall were temporarily closed Thursday, Oct. 26, as law enforcement investigated bomb threats made on Texas State's San...

Speaker Joe Straus announced he will not seek re-election

Joe Straus has represented Texas House District 121 since February 2005. The district includes the Bexar County communities of Alamo Heights, Olmos Park, Terrell...

Attorney General lays out president’s immigration priorities at Austin press conference

Attorney General Jeff Sessions visited Austin Oct. 20 to discuss President Donald Trump’s immigration priorities. Sessions discuss sanctuary cities, the message the wall will...

Student media hosts City Council candidate debate

The University Star and KTSW 89.9 hosted the four candidates running for Place 3 and Place 4 in the LBJ Teaching Theater Oct. 18....