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.
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 City of San Marcos says it will reopen all public facilities, riverfront parks, neighborhood park playgrounds, athletic complexes, tennis and basketball courts.
A man from San Antonio was killed in a multi-vehicle collision in San Marcos over Labor Day weekend.
The San Marcos family's home, cars, everything was scorched beyond repair in the fire.
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.
Police have seen an increase in reports of attempted scam calls made to locals in and around San Marcos.
College students at Texas State University are happy to be back on campus, even with mask requirements, smaller classes and quiet quads.
These following procedures will be in place for all Bobcat fans attending games at Bobcat Stadium.
The proposed exceptions would allow teachers to work from home if they have underlying health conditions, live with someone with those conditions, are pregnant or have an infant at home, or have children under 12 years old.
This is the 12th traffic fatality in San Marcos in 2020.
With the university closed, business in the city is at a crawl.
Residents are free to leave their homes.
The deadline for filling out the survey is Friday, July 31.
The incident happened on July 15 at a 7-Eleven on Wonder World Drive at I-35.
The event offers walk-up testing only, so drivers must be prepared to park and exit vehicles for testing.
The restrictions come as a response to dropping aquifer levels.