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Search for disabled man called off, found in nearby hospital

Update: Raymond Casas was found by family members at University Medical Center-Brackenridge Friday evening. San Marcos Police have called off the search at the request of...
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Burn ban activated in Hays County

A burn ban was reinstated Tuesday for unincorporated areas in Hays County, including extra territorial jurisdiction, effective immediately. Although burning in “burn barrels” is not...

Psych student uses SURF grant to investigate collegiate sports injuries

With the release of the 2015 movie Concussion and 2012 documentary Head Games, collegiate sports injuries have become a major topic of interest seemingly...

Langston Hughes Project showcases student talent

In celebration of Black History Month, Texas State welcomed the Langston Hughes Project Thursday night. The project is a multimedia concert performance of the Langston...
A marque in downtown Austin is set up to display SXSW 2018

SXSW panel: Decentralized networks may be the future, prize set for contributors

SXSW panel "Singularity is here: Future of Data Mining" discussed ideas of virtual reality and the future of data mining March 15 at the...

Faculty speaks to Student Government about Alma Mater change

Faculty Senate representatives attended the Student Government meeting Monday to inform members of a proposed change to the alma mater lyrics. Shirley Ogletree, psychology faculty...

Additional options when voting in elections

With November elections quickly approaching, Texas voters will now have additional options when presenting IDs at the polls. Texas Secretary of State Carlos H. Cascos...

Faculty Senate talks Coalition on Intercollegiate Athletics partnership and revising verbiage in their constitution

Texas State’s Faculty Senate decided to look into a partnership with the Coalition on Intercollegiate Athletics and discussed revising the language in the Faculty...

County encourages participation in National Preparedness Month

The Hays County Commissioners Court proclaimed September as National Preparedness Month, and urged residents to create emergency plans. With all the natural and manmade disasters,...
Multiple destroyed vehicles remain in the lower floors of the Pointe parking garage.

Residents of Pointe San Marcos work to collect on damages

Residents of the Pointe San Marcos are still waiting to receive compensation for damages to personal belongings that occurred during the storm following the torrential...