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Election Board finds Boreing-Becerra campaign not guilty

The Student Government Election Board held a hearing to determine whether or not the Boreing-Becerra campaign violated the Student Government election code on charges of bribery. The election...

Suspect indicted for shooting death of San Marcos officer

Hays County Grand Jury issued an indictment towards Stewart Thomas Mettz, 58, of San Marcos for the shooting death of a San Marcos Police Officer, Kenneth...

Student Election Board to hold hearing for bribery charges

The student election board will meet to determine the fate of the Boreing-Becerra campaign after the Nieves-Sears campaign filed an election code violation form. Taylor Brimer, election board...

More than 100 people become naturalized on campus

From 29 countries, 101 people became U.S. citizens at Texas State during a naturalization ceremony hosted by the university and the Hispanic Policy Network. The...

Candidates file complaint claiming bribery accusation

Update: Feb. 15, 5:05 p.m. The election board will host a hearing regarding the claim, 5 p.m., Feb. 16 in the LBJ Student Center 4-1.9. Student...

Presidential candidates discuss campus issues and legislation

During Student Government's annual presidential debate candidates discussed legislation, campus issues and other concerns important to Bobcats. More than 100 attended the student body presidential...

SMPD responds to two incidences involving weapons

The San Marcos Police Department responded to an aggravated robbery at Jimmy John's and an accidental shooting at The Thompson apartment complex Feb. 8...

Clegg responds to criticism at Student Goverment meeting

Following the march from the Fighting Stallions statue and Student Government's public forum, Student Government hosted its weekly meeting featuring the highest attendance for this administration...

SMPD to use license plate recognition for parking enforcement

The city of San Marcos will begin using license plate recognition technology to help manage downtown parking. The city contracted with NuPark, a firm based...

Car hit by train early Saturday morning

SMPD responded to an area of East Hopkins near the San Marcos Activity Center to investigate a collision between a train and a car ...