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Flash flood expected to have little impact on endangered river species

Experts from the Edwards Aquifer Authority (EAA) and the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment expect the ecosystem of the San Marcos River...

San Marcos family loses everything in flood

One San Marcos resident and his family watched helplessly May 24 as his childhood home filled with water. Carlos Cortez was awakened around 4...

Students displaced after apartment complex deemed unlivable

As heavy rainfall tore through San Marcos May 24, floodwaters made their way into many first-floor apartments in student living complexes around the city. Three...

Future of flood-damaged apartments remains unclear, leaving uninsured students weary

Future of flood-damaged apartments remains unclear, leaving uninsured students weary By Darcy Sprague Senior News Reporter The flood that hit Hays County May 24 has left many...

Officials ‘proactive’ in flood preparation before historic flash floods

Texas Hill Country went from experiencing an ongoing, multiyear drought to being ravaged by extreme flooding that made history last weekend. When the Blanco River...

Doctor files police harassment lawsuit against Cities of Kyle and Princeton

A Louisiana doctor is suing the City of Kyle and its former police chief in a federal lawsuit for allegations of harassment. Glen Hurlston is...

Attorney General warns of fraudulent contractors, services

Attorney General Ken Paxton warned flood victims of over exuberant prices for services and fraudulent contractors aiming to profit from the Memorial Day Weekend...

Hays County water bill resurrected after point of order reversed

A Hays County water bill was resurrected after the House parliamentarian reversed a point of order May 27 that originally killed the proposal. House Bill...

Eight bodies recovered, five remain missing from Memorial Day floods

Hays County residents can now apply for federal aid after President Barack Obama declared Texas a disaster. Eight bodies have been recovered from the Hays...

President Obama declares disaster for Texas

President Barack Obama declared Texas a disaster May 30 after historic floods surged through Hays and nearby counties on Memorial Day Weekend. Affected individuals in...