San Marcos police says a man reported missing on Dec. 1 was recently found dead. An investigation into his death is underway.
A woman was killed after being hit by an 18-wheeler on I-35 in San Marcos Saturday night. Investigators say it appears she had stowed away on the exterior of the truck as it traveled into central Texas.
A person was taken into custody following a SWAT incident in San Marcos on Monday, Nov. 27.
Governor Greg Abbott went skydiving with a 106-year-old World War II assembly line worker Al Blaschke on Monday.
The Bobcats will wrap up the regular season at home on Saturday, Nov. 25 at 6 p.m. against South Alabama.
Texas State is now the first university in Texas to host a presidential debate, as well as the only Texas university to graduate a U.S. president.
The missing girl was dropped off at school by her grandmother on Nov. 8, but did not return home that evening, says the Hays County Sheriff's Office.
San Marcos police are asking the public's held in finding two burglary suspects seen breaking into cars at an apartment complex.
Residents gathered at the historic courthouse in San Marcos for the annual Hays County Holiday Lighting Ceremony.
A 68-year-old man has been arrested after San Marcos police conducted an investigation into the death of a dog.
A former San Marcos High School English teacher and assistant girls' soccer coach has been found guilty of three counts of sexual assault of a child.
For the first time in almost a decade, the Texas State University Bobcats are bowl eligible after their win against Georgia Southern.
A second person has been convicted and sentenced for a 2019 shooting at the Village on Telluride apartments in San Marcos.
Space heaters donated during this initiative will be distributed to residents via The Salvation Army San Marcos.
Thanks to rising water levels recently, the city of San Marcos announced drought restrictions are being reduced from Stage Four to Stage Three.
Family members mourn the loss of Nathaniel Hudson, a man who was shot and killed in San Marcos at the end of September. The suspect, 18-year-old Ray Robert Saenz Jr., is in custody.
Police described the suspect as potentially dangerous. Court records show this isn't his first run-in with the law.
A historic $345 million was approved by the Texas Transportation Commission for pedestrian and bicycle projects across Texas.
In this FOX 7 Focus, John Krinjak sits down with one of the staffers on the Biden 2020 campaign bus and an attorney for the plaintiffs about the settlement and what message they hope it sends.
San Marcos Parks & Recreation staff will also be planting four dozen new trees in City Park this fall.