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.
The incident happened at The Davenport in San Marcos on Monday, April 19.
A total of $23 million will be available to eligible students this summer and fall through Texas State's Bobcat Cares program.
The city says the program will begin May 1 and allows customers to purchase energy metered and verified from renewable energy sources.
Effective Sunday, April 25 at 12 p.m. the City of San Marcos will raise drought restrictions to Stage 2.
Appointments will be staged in 15-minute increments from 9 a.m. to 7:45 p.m. on April 22.
A joint operation between state and local law enforcement agencies targeting the sexual exploitation of minors has resulted in 7 arrests.
A San Marcos man shot and killed by officers early Saturday morning has been identified.
One year following his death, San Marcos Police will host a public memorial service for Officer Putnam on Sunday, April 18th.
A San Marcos resident and reported video editor with Infowars has been arrested and charged for participating in the January 6 Capitol riot.
Close to all of San Marcos CISD's students returned to campus Monday.
The San Marcos Police Department says it responded to an incident early morning Saturday that resulted in the shooting death of the suspect.
San Marcos police say a woman entered a Sunoco gas station and robbed the clerk with a large kitchen knife.
The restrictions also limit at-home car washing, washing of impervious surfaces, and foundation watering to one day per week.
All students, except those with approved medical exemptions, will be expected to return for in-person learning starting April 12.
17-year-old Christopher Rodriguez-Cerda was arrested after he allegedly led Hays County deputies on a pursuit and crashed into another driver.
Resume review assistance, as well as enrolling in education and training tracks will be available to prepare job seekers for a new career.
Police say this is the second homicide in San Marcos in 2021.
The $1.5 million will directly support Bring Bobcats Back, a program created in 2018 to encourage students to return and finish their degrees.
Volunteers transported the dogs from “rural shelters” across the state to the San Marcos Regional Airport, where Wings of Rescue flew them to Florida.