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TPWD looking for two San Marcos residents who allegedly tagged a rock with graffiti...

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, in conjunction with the staff at Enchanted Rock State Natural Area are searching for two suspects who are believed...

The First Lady takes SXSW, addresses global girls’ education initiative

Because they do not have access to education, more than 62 million girls around the world often fall victim to violence, trafficking, are forced...
The city of San Marcos's city hall building stands midday.

City Council votes to remove Cape’s Dam

The San Marcos City Council voted to remove Cape's Dam, an area at the center of controversy since heavy floods hit the area last...

Black Lives Matter activists address new solutions to old problems

In recent years, news programs across America have come to be increasingly filled with reports of unarmed black people being shot by police. The trend...

Creators, cast of Outcast present at SXSW premiere

The cast and creators of Outcast, a Cinemax series based on the Image comics, answered questions after the pilot episode’s world premiere at SXSW. Outcast,...

Creators, cast of Search Party present at SXSW premiere

The cast and creators of the TBS show Search Party were present for the world premiere at SXSW on Sunday afternoon. An audience of approximately...

Students showcase innovations at SXSW

Students presented new ideas from biometric authentication and virtual reality to fashion merchandising and dating apps at the SXSW Interactive Festival. In the first Texas...

President Obama stops in Austin for tacos and SXSW

The leaders of Texas have suppressed voters in Texas and it is up to the people to fix, President Barack Obama said at South...

Increased traffic does not necessarily mean increased business for downtown

For the first time in almost 40 years, Paper Bear owner Carol Powers is considering closing her store. As the San Marcos City Council considers...

Ancient Southwest Texas Project excavations hoping to shed new light on ancient Southwest Texas

The Center for Archeological Studies is researching what was thought to be a simple hunter-gatherer culture. The excavation, located in a mile-wide canyon downstream...