The collision at the San Marcos Regional Airport resulted in two people taken to the hospital and one unharmed, something the NTSB says is not common.
The Student Health Center has established flu shot outreach centers in San Marcos and Round Rock for all students, faculty, and staff, says the university.
Residents are asked to avoid the area around the San Marcos Regional Airport after two planes were involved in a crash.
Texas State University is recruiting 200 contact tracers for the Texas Department of State Health Services’ Texas Health Trace initiative.
Rhea Hambright and Beatrice are spending the week training at Service Dogs Incorporated in Dripping Springs.
Officials say 20-year-old Steven Deshawn Crawford turned himself in to the Hays County Jail. He was identified as the suspect in the May 30 shooting death of 21-year-old Ivoryana Chante Ballard.
After months of being shut down, residents of San Marcos will now have access to city parks again.
The San Marcos Police Department is hosting its biannual entrance exam for interested applicants on Saturday, October 17.
The Hays County Sheriff's Office says a man has been arrested after a traffic stop resulted in the seizure of nearly two pounds of marijuana and several THC products.
The Hays County Sheriff's Office says that a missing Kyle teen has been located and is safe.
The City of San Marcos says it will reopen all public facilities, riverfront parks, neighborhood park playgrounds, athletic complexes, tennis and basketball courts.
Police seized 36 grams of marijuana, 31.5 grams of cocaine, 26 tabs of LSD, and about $2,075 in cash.
The Hays County Sheriff's Office says the majority of the 11 charged were juveniles.
HCSO says the pursuit took place on parts of FM 3237, FM 150, and Ranch Road 12, ending when deputies immobilized his vehicle in the 18000 block of Ranch Road 12 in Wimberley.
A man from San Antonio was killed in a multi-vehicle collision in San Marcos over Labor Day weekend.
“Our street is now a river,” Stacy Lehne of Buda says in the video.
The San Marcos family's home, cars, everything was scorched beyond repair in the fire.
This week students receiving special services as defined as an individual education program (IEP) began phasing into classrooms in Dripping Springs ISD.
The Kyle City Council has approved next year's $134.2 million budget for the city, which includes a four percent reduction in the property tax rate.
The Hays County Sheriff's Office is investigating a possible murder-suicide in San Marcos which resulted in the deaths of an adult man and 2 young children.