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Faculty Senate discusses controversy over carve-out zones

Members of Faculty Senate discussed the prospect of classifying the president’s house as a carve-out zone—an area where guns are not permitted—after Senate Bill...

Diverse range of opinions displayed at campus carry open forum

Members of the public had a chance to voice their opinions Wednesday evening on recommendations for the implementation of Senate Bill 11 at an...

New grant to bring services to LGBTQIA and veterans

Veterans and members of the LGBTQIA communities across the nation are at increased risk of substance abuse, which can lead to risky sexual behavior. The...

Law enforcement searches for two individuals impersonating public servants

The Hays County Sheriff’s Office is searching for two people accused of impersonating public servants after a Nov. 17 report. Officers responded to a call...

Proclamation declares Transgender Day of Remembrance

A day to honor and affirm the lives of transgender individuals in the San Marcos community and to remember the victims of violence has...

Man arrested on arson charges after two restaurant fires

San Marcos law enforcement arrested a man Monday afternoon accused of starting fires in two local restaurants. James David Burleigh faces three counts of arson,...
The city of San Marcos's city hall building stands midday.

City council approves hands-free ordinance, assesses flood damage

San Marcos residents will no longer be able to use electronic devices behind the wheel of a motor vehicle without fear of being ticketed...

Volunteer Reception Center in Buda closes

The Blanco River Regional Recovery Team closed the Buda Volunteer Reception Center on Tuesday in coordination with city and county governments affected by the...

TSUS Board of Regents approves 2.75 percent tuition increase

Bobcats will soon have to reach a little deeper into their pockets to pay for classes. The Texas State University System Board of Regents approved...

SMPD warns of potential online dating predator

Officers with the San Marcos Police Department released a warning to users of the dating website Plenty of Fish about an online predator. In October,...