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Officials strategize after river protection bill dies

Officials are planning their next moves to protect the San Marcos River after Senate Bill 234 (SB 234) did not pass into law. The bill,...

Governor Greg Abbott pays visit for 35th annual Summer Fest event

Governor Greg Abbott spoke at the 35th annual Summer Fest Independence Day event held at the San Marcos Park Plaza. Citizens and vendors brought their...

Same-sex couples married over July 4 weekend after Supreme Court decision

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Intersex Aesexual (LGBTQIA) couples from across Texas flocked to Austin over the July 4 weekend to participate in Marriage...

LGBTQIA faculty, staff benefit after Supreme Court decision

Texas State staff and faculty who are part of the LGBTQIA acronym remember past struggles and celebrate new victories after the June 26 Supreme...

Pride flags vandalized during weekend celebration

A man allegedly vandalized Stonewall Warehouse last Friday night as the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Intersex Asexual (LGBTQIA) bar kicked off its weekend...

Walmart closed while police investigate bomb threat

Walmart is closed until further notice after police were called to the store this morning after a man implied he had a bomb in...

Unmanned aircraft participates in flood rescue, recovery

A Wimberley pilot is working with local fire departments to supply an unmanned aircraft and training for use in emergency situations. Gene Robinson has for...

Hays County now issuing same-sex marriage licenses

JUNE 29 UPDATE: Same-sex couples can now be issued a marriage license from the Hays County Clerk's Office. Gender neutral forms are still not...

University Police investigating body found at Sewell Park

University Police are investigating after the body of a 29-year-old man was found in the San Marcos River around 8:00 a.m. this morning. The man's...

Local farmers feel impact post Memorial Day weekend disaster

The Memorial Day weekend floods are continuing to affect the lives of many people throughout the state—especially the individuals that grow and supply food. Local...