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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...

A unified student body mourns the death of Matthew McKinley Ellis

Known for his love and support of all things tennis, and his light-hearted personality, students attended a candle lit vigil to remember Matthew McKinley...

Student death under investigation

Update: Feb. 9 5:08 p.m. According to the autopsy report obtained by the American-Statesman and KVUE-TV., Ellis’ blood alcohol content was 0.38 Update: Nov. 15. 2:40 p.m.Update: Nov....

City Council rezones and reallocates at Wednesday’s meeting

City Council met Nov. 8 and held two public hearings and voted on one non-consent item on the agenda. The meeting was held on...

City Council incumbents secure seats

The San Marcos City Council Place 3 and Place 4 elections were held Nov. 7. Despite challengers, incumbents remained in their with large majorities. Ed...

San Marcos police department teams up with New Braunfels in stalking...

San Marcos police responded to a stalking incident Monday, in which officers chased a suspect from San Marcos to New Braunfels, before the suspect...

Gunman opens fire in Texas church

During a Sunday morning church service in the small-town of Sutherland Springs, a man dressed in all black with a skull-face mask disrupted worship...

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...