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Eight remain missing, five fatalities confirmed in Central Texas Floods

8:51 p.m. UPDATE: Search and rescue crews have found a man’s body on the bank of the Blanco River. Texas Task Force 1 found the...

Record flooding displaces residents, destroys property

Many San Marcos residents fled their homes early Sunday morning to escape record flooding. Heavy rains damaged much of San Marcos, sweeping away cars and...

Suspect in San Marcos robbery indicted

A man was indicted by a federal grand jury May 19 for a series of bank robberies along the Interstate Highway 35 (IH-35) corridor. The...

San Marcos named fastest-growing city in the U.S. for third consecutive year

The U.S. Census Bureau named San Marcos, Texas the fastest-growing city in the U.S. with a population over 50,000. According to newly released data from...

San Marcos moves to stage one drought restrictions

After an abundance of rainfall, the City of San Marcos will return to Stage 1 drought restrictions effective May 24 at noon. Stage 1 drought...

Officials discuss regional economic outlook at annual conference

The Greater San Marcos Partnership hosted city officials and esteemed guests to discuss the regional economic outlook of the San Marcos area. Ray Perryman, economist,...

Senate passes bill to promote river safety

The Texas Senate approved a bill May 12 designed to improve safety and enjoyment on the San Marcos River. Senate Bill 234 (SB 234), authored...

San Marcos music legend remembered at memorial service

Kent Finlay dedicated his life to the San Marcos music scene and on May 10, the community dedicated their time to him. Friends, family and...

SMPD receives report of attempted sexual assault

San Marcos Police Department officials received a report of an attempted sexual assault in the 1200 block of N. LBJ Dr. at about 11:30...

Man struck, killed on railroad tracks

April 19 UPDATE: The man killed by a freight train April 17 was lying in the tracks and failed to get out of the way...