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SWAT team takes aggravated robbery suspects in custody

The Hays County and San Marcos SWAT team arrested aggravated robbery suspects Friday afternoon at a San Marcos apartment complex on the 300 Block...

A year after Ellis’ death, his family, and Texas State, are still trying to...

Back home, Ellis' memory is well kept by family and friends Matt Ellis looked forward to coming to Texas State and joining a fraternity when...
Faculty Senate met Wednesday, Nov. 14 to discuss university changes in technology as well as policies.

Faculty Senate discusses new technology, job outsourcing

Faculty Senate discussed new technologies, doctoral and master students, and job outsourcing at the Nov. 14 meeting. The Senate said rooms for courses taught through...
Jane Hughson was sworn in as the new mayor of San Marcos Nov. 14.

Jane Hughson sworn in as new mayor of San Marcos

Jane Hughson was sworn in Nov. 14 as the new mayor of San Marcos, following her win over incumbent John Thomaides in the Nov....

New presiding municipal judge appointed

Judge Dallari Landry was sworn in, Nov. 1 as the presiding judge of the San Marcos Municipal Court. Landry is taking over for Judge John...
The sign in front of the San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter adoption center encourages people to adopt.

The animal shelter receives custody of 175 animals, searches for owners

The San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter took custody of 175 animals Nov. 8 following an animal-rescue mission. Information concerning the animal rescue and investigation is...

Planning and Zoning Commission denies several motions

The San Marcos Planning and Zoning Commission denied a request Nov. 13 to open an Eskimo Hut on Aquarena Springs Drive Ste. 110. The...

Student Government confirms Supreme Court justices, passes voter run-off legislation

Student Government President Ruben Becerra swore in the new chief of justice and three new associate justices at the Student Government meeting Nov. 12. Former...

City explores self-driving vehicles, paid parking, more, in Transportation Master Plan

In an ongoing update to San Marcos' Transportation Master Plan, the city has made a move toward autonomous vehicles and paid parking, as well as...

ALERRT Center receives grant to train law enforcement for active shooter situations

Texas State's Texas State's Advanced Law Enforcement Rapid Response Training Center received an $8.7 million Community Outreach Policing Services grant by the U.S. Department...