About 15 volunteers walked for miles with search dogs looking for missing Texas State student Jason Landry, who went missing in December 2020.
A new sign has gone up at the Wake of the Dead Coffee House in San Marcos to help the effort to find Texas State student Jason Landry, who has been missing since December 2020.
A Buda organization volunteered to turn Jason Landry, a Texas State student who went missing, banners into bags to raise awareness.
The family of Jason Landry is reacting after a man found unconscious in the Bronx has been confirmed to not be the missing Texas State student.
A man found unresponsive in the Bronx last week has been identified and is not missing Texas State student Jason Landry, who was last seen in Luling in December 2020.
Drivers on I-35 in Kyle just south of Country Road 130 now will see the face of Jason Landry on a billboard with case information on the Texas State student who went missing in December 2020.
A billboard with Jason Landry's photo is now up, as the search for the missing Texas State student continues. Jason went missing in December 2020.
More than a year after Jason Landry’s disappearance the sheriff’s office is making evidence public with FOX 7 Austin, hoping to generate new leads.
Officials have released never-before-seen video and audio as the search continues for missing Texas State student Jason Landry who was last seen in December 2020.
The Caldwell County Sheriff's Office does not believe the body to be that of Jason Landry, even though it was discovered about 20 miles from where he went missing last year.
It's been one year since 21-year-old Jason Landry vanished on his drive home from San Marcos.
It's been one year since 21-year-old Jason Landry vanished on his drive home from school. His car crashed on a dirt road in Luling, his clothes, phone, and wallet were all left behind. FOX 7 Austin's Shannon Ryan has a look at the case.
TEXSAR returned for the eighth time Saturday to the area near Luling where missing Texas State student Jason Landry was last seen last December.
The Caldwell County Sheriff's Office has requested that TEXSAR return to the area Jason Landry was last seen for a one-day search on Oct. 16.
With the help of some volunteers, Jason's family set up a booth at the Luling Annual Watermelon Thump to spread his story.
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 usually quiet and empty part of Caldwell County was filled with volunteers, helicopters, and other searching resources to look for Jason Landry.
TEXSAR is returning at the request of the Caldwell County Sheriff's Office for a three-day search for Jason Landry who went missing December 13, 2020.
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.