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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...

Local school works to clean up after flood

As the floodwater began to rise early May 24, one local pastor raced to save his school. Flooding that hit the San Marcos area last...

Hays County commissioners hold emergency meeting

Hays County commissioners approved measures to streamline the process of providing relief to flood victims during an emergency meeting Friday morning. Commissioners voted unanimously...

Campus carry passes abruptly in the House before deadline

The Texas House of Representatives passed the campus carry bill late Tuesday night at the Capitol. Senate Bill 11 (SB 11) would allow those with...

University, apartments experience damage after Central Texas floods

Days after devastating floods damaged and destroyed homes in San Marcos, property owners and officials began repairs. Property damage from the May 24 heavy rainfall...

Whataburger gives back after floods

Starting this week, flood first responders will be rewarded with something only a Texan could appreciate—Whataburger. Uniformed first responders in the New Braunfels, San Marcos...

Senator Ted Cruz pushes bipartisanship in allocating federal aid for flood victims

Senator Ted Cruz paid a visit to Hays County Wednesday after several severe storms flooded Wimberley and the surrounding communities. Cruz said President Barack...

Hays County judge charged with DWI

Hays County Judge David Scott Glickler was arrested on a DWI charge Tuesday night. A Hays County deputy stopped Glickler slightly after 11:30 p.m. Tuesday...

Medical Center offers free vaccinations to flood victims, volunteers

The Central Texas Medical Center (CTMC) will provide free tetanus shots May 27 for flood victims and volunteers. CTMC officials said flood victims and volunteers...