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San Marcos begins Blanco River flood control designs

The city of San Marcos recently received a $34 million allocation fund from the U.S. Housing Urban Development Disaster Recovery to begin infrastructure repairs...
Rabbi Ari Weingarten hosts Coffee and Kabbal Oct. 10 at the UAC Cafe.

Texas State Jewish community remains strong after anti-Semitic flyers

In March 2017, Texas State's Jewish community woke up to white supremacist and anti-Semitic propaganda plastered on campus. In the aftermath of the flyer's...
McCoy Hall, where the Microsoft-sponsored event will be held Nov. 30, sits Oct. 27 on campus.

Texas State to participate in Microsoft-sponsored business pitching competition

Microsoft selected Texas State as one of four universities to hold a business-pitching event to help grow San Marcos' economy. Microsoft, along with Net Impact,...

Student Government condemns racism, opens parking at game for spirit organizations

Student Government dissolved the Adopt-A-Spot Act at the Oct. 29 meeting and passed two new legislative pieces: Spirit Organization Parking petition and the Speaking...

Amid voter suppression outcry, Democrats bus brings students to polls

The Texas Democratic Party made an impromptu stop at Texas State on Friday to allow students to vote during their statewide bus tour after...
Commissioners Lon Shell and Ray Whisenant return from executive session and take their seats.

County extended early voting on campus following community uproar

The story was updated Oct. 30 to reflect new information. Following hour-long voting lines and the threat of a lawsuit, the Hays County Commissioners Court...
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Police search for stabbing suspects after early morning altercation

UPDATE: Nov. 2, 12 p.m. Sergio Marquez Chavarria, 28, turned himself into the Hays County Law Enforcement Center after detectives identified him in a surveillance...

Ethics commission finds City Councilman Gregson in violation

Following two hours of testimony, City Councilman Scott Gregson will be penalized with a written reprimand from the city of San Marcos after the...

Battle erupts for extended early voting at Texas State University

Update: Oct. 26, 10:40 a.m. The Hays County Commissioners Court will be holding an emergency meeting today at 12:15 p.m. to consult with counsel regarding a threat...
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Planning and Zoning Commission grants permits for three businesses

The Planning and Zoning Commission of San Marcos approved requests from three different companies to continue or begin selling alcohol, Oct. 23. The commission approved...