Texas State University student Jason Landry vanished on a drive home for a holiday break in December 2020.
It's been 150 days since Texas State University student Jason Landry went missing while driving home to see his family for Christmas last year.
A total of $23 million will be available to eligible students this summer and fall through Texas State's Bobcat Cares program.
Appointments will be staged in 15-minute increments from 9 a.m. to 7:45 p.m. on April 22.
Texas State University football head coach Jake Spavital and his Bobcats have kicked off spring practice.
The $1.5 million will directly support Bring Bobcats Back, a program created in 2018 to encourage students to return and finish their degrees.
A usually quiet and empty part of Caldwell County was filled with volunteers, helicopters, and other searching resources to look for Jason Landry.
Christopher Lee Williams, 19, of Manor, was apprehended by the U.S. Marshals Lone Star Fugitive Task Force on Feb. 25 in Manor.
Between Feb. 15-28, students can apply for the funding by completing a brief form on the Bobcat Cares webpage.
The Caldwell County Sheriff's Office released new details in their search for 21-year-old Jason Landry, who has been missing since Dec. 13.
The Caldwell County Sheriff's Office circulated a new missing person poster on social media, which included the most recent picture of Jason taken the same weekend he went missing.
A letter to students dated Jan. 4 shared what Texas State students are expected to do before returning to campus for the spring semester.
Texas EquuSearch has announced that it is suspending its search efforts for 21-year-old Texas State student Jason Landry.
Jason Landry has been missing since Sunday, December 13, when he left San Marcos to spend Christmas break in Houston with family.
This is the beginning of the second week of searching for Jason Landry.
Assisted by Texas Search and Rescue, deputies with Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office combed through a rural area of the county near Luling looking for 21-year-old Texas State student Jason Landry.
Jason Landry left Texas State University Sunday night for Houston to spend the holiday break with his family. When he reached Luling, Investigators believe Jason made a wrong turn that put him onto Salt Flat Road.
Richard Martinez, Texas State coordinator of educational programming and outreach, joins Mike Warren on FOX 7 Austin to talk about a virtual simulation program they're rolling out to help with mental health.
The search for 21-year-old Jason Landry has been going on since Monday.
21-year-old Jason Landry left Texas State University Sunday night and was heading to Houston to be home for the holiday.