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Animals find families through Home 4 the Holidays event

Stray animals will find new homes this season as the San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter takes part in their annual Home 4 the Holidays...

Voter’s guide

Although the time for early voting is over, those who haven’t had a chance to make it to the ballot still have an opportunity...

Broken machine hinders beautification of Texas State

The “bobcat loader,” a machine responsible for delivering and making compost, is no longer in service, hindering the Horticulture department’s ability to garden the...

Drunk driving continues to plague San Marcos

With Halloween around the corner, San Marcos Police officers are cracking down on drunk drivers in an attempt to keep the city safe through...

Fluoride controversy makes local election ballot

With city council elections around the corner, the controversy surrounding the use of fluoride in public water systems is picking up steam as local...

Community members band together during flash flood

Hays County citizens were left with an all-too-familiar bitter taste in their mouths as another flood swept across Hill Country on Friday, further damaging...

Road closures in San Marcos

San Marcos is under a flash flood warning until 1:15 p.m. The city is experiencing heavy rains and flash flooding. This is a complied...

Missing Hays County man located, shelter remains open

Update Oct. 31, 12:04 P.M. Hays County did not experience additional flooding despite rainfall that occurred Friday night after the flash floods. During the flood, sixty-seven...

Faculty continue to discuss future of campus carry

After lobbying against campus carry in the 82nd legislative session, Mary Dean came to Texas State to discuss faculty concerns and the effects of...

Headliners: From parking frustrations to bans on food delivery services

On this week's episode of Headliners, News Editor Anna Herod and Assistant News Editor Exsar Arguello discuss campus parking frustrations and a recent local...