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Offensive content toward Texas State student displayed on social media

Warning: This post contains racially charged images Texas State University is investigating an incident involving an offensive image and vulgar language directed at a Texas...
Student Health Center

Campus officials warn students to take caution after mumps are diagnosed

The Hays County Local Health Department has diagnosed two Texas State University students with mumps and two other students with a probable case of...
Recently, the Student Govt. as well as the Supreme Court have been working to restructure the process of parking citation appeals.

Student Government hopes to continue spring momentum

After starting the new senate session in May with nine resolutions passed in one night, Student Government has been working all summer to ensure...
Animal Shelter

City hosts ‘Empty the Shelter’ adoption event

The San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter is hoping to not only let the dogs out but the cats too during their first ever Empty...
A San Marcos home being built by the recovery program.

San Marcos disaster recovery coming to an end

In the wake of the destructive 2015 floods, a city-led initiative aided 10 residents in rebuilding their homes. Even more, it's helped the city...
Police Lights, siren

2 Teenage girls shot, one fatally

On Friday, two 13-year-old girls were shot, one fatally, on their way home from school in Texas. Lauren Landavazo was shot and killed while she...
The construction site on Aquarena Springs is one of many currently underway in San Marcos.

City Council makes decisions for Code SMTX

City council decided action about funding and contracting structural developments and utilities, and approved Code SMTX, a new development code that the city has...
The former KA house

Committee of Progressive Students denied residency at former KA house

After backlash on social media, the new student organization Committee of Progressive Students was denied residency at the former fraternity house of Kappa Alpha...

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...
Flags fly at the Hays Count Veterans Memorial in support of the United States military

Veterans program gives college credit for military experience

Texas State's partnership with College Credit for Heroes is giving service members the ability to earn college credit for skills learned in the military. The...