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Chemistry professor secures prestigious grant

As an emerging research institution, Texas State has joined the search for renewable energy resources. Todd Hudnall, assistant chemistry professor, just received his second grant...

More details come to light in homicide case

UPDATE: More details have come to light about the events that led up to the fatal shooting of 20-year-old Francisco Sierra Friday morning. Police responded...

Professor helps over 200 students register to vote for primaries

The primary election season is well under way, and Maia Wright, communication design assistant professor, is actively working to have her students register to...

Former Texas State student killed, man charged with first-degree murder

San Marcos police charged a man with first-degree murder after he fatally shot his roommate, a former Texas State student, in the head at...
An Austin Police Department vehicle Jan. 17.

SMPD arrest suspect in a homicide

The San Marcos Police Department have arrested a suspect for the homicide of a man found dead in his apartment this morning. Police officers received...

Amid controversy, The University Star pulls Sugar’s ad

After running in two different issues of The University Star, a half-page advertisement for the gentlemen’s club, Sugar’s in San Antonio, is being pulled...

Langston Hughes Project showcases student talent

In celebration of Black History Month, Texas State welcomed the Langston Hughes Project Thursday night. The project is a multimedia concert performance of the Langston...
The city of San Marcos's city hall building stands midday.

City council incentivizes living wage jobs

Any business or company seeking to receive job-based development incentives from city officials must now pay employees a living wage. San Marcos City Council passed...

Austin Police Department conducts small detonation at Purgatory

Officers with the Austin Police Department’s bomb squad detonated what they believed to be an old explosive charge remaining from flood control dam construction...

UPD undergoing changes

The University Police Department is undergoing changes after Chief Ralph Meyer officially retired Jan. 1 after 20 years of service. Captain Rickey Lattie will be...