There are four high-profile items on the San Marcos City Council’s agenda for Wednesday.
Stealing the finish line in Saturday’s Jingle Bell Run was the Grinch, (Adam Three Garza), who was surely awarded points for style.
AUSTIN (AP) — A judge has found a former University of Texas student not guilty by reason of insanity in a random stabbing attack that left one student dead and three injured last year.
Time magazine named four journalists and a newspaper on Tuesday as its 2018 Person of the Year for what it said was standing up for the truth in the face of persecution and violence.
The public is invited to a remembrance ceremony today for the late San Marcos Police Officer Ken Copeland, who was killed in the line of duty on Dec. 4 of last year.
Skywatchers are in for a treat this week as the Geminid meteor shower peaks. According to Texas State University Professor Don Olson, the Geminids will peak the night of Dec. 13-14.
A hard-fought election season came to an end tonight with Mark Rockeymoore’s victory over Shane Scott and Jocabed “Joca” Marquez’s win over Rick Henderson in the runoff election for two seats on th
The San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter has 35 cats from the large cruelty seizure in Buda available for adoption after the felines received negative histoplasmosis test results.
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. officials say active duty troops will begin leaving the southern U.S border this week and the number of forces there will go down to at least 3,000 by the holidays.
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — A San Antonio catfish farm that brought national attention to the region’s groundwater politics is having its well capped after a decade of litigation.
AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott on Dec. 3 proclaimed Dec. 5 as an official day of mourning across the Lone Star State in honor of former President George H.W.
WACO (AP) — A Texas judge on Monday accepted a plea bargain allowing a former Baylor University fraternity president accused of rape to avoid serving jail time, prompting outrage from the former Ba
SANTA FE, Texas (AP) — A growing number of students are leaving the Houston-area school district where 10 people were killed in a mass shooting in May.
Children from Bonham Pre-Kindergarten School will help Mayor Jane Hughson – with a surprise appearance by Santa Claus – light the Christmas Tree at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Museum of San Marcos on
Homeowner Carmen Martinez (center) cuts the ceremonial red ribbon with Assistant City Manager Collette Jamison, Community Initiatives Program Administrator Aaron Harris, City Council member Saul Gonzalez and Mayor Jane Hughson to officially open her home, which flooded twice in 2015. Daily Record photos by Denise Cathey
Her home got flooded not once, but twice, in 2015. But now, Carmen Martinez has a brand new elevated house on Conway Drive.
A parcel of agricultural land near the intersection of State Highway 80 and Farm to Market Road 1984 could be approved for heavy industrial use.
Flood mitigation funds are prominent in this morning’s Hays County Commissioners Court meeting agenda.
Alisin and Mark Genfan were “what you want in members of the community,” a longtime family friend said.