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'JUSTICE FOR JENNIFER'

Above, a car collision that took place on June 10, 2020 in Lockhart resulted in the death of Jennifer Miller. Following the accident, her life partner Pamela Watts is seeking justice. Photo courtesy of Big Boyz Towing - Lockhart, Texas

'JUSTICE FOR JENNIFER'

Jennifer Miller

'JUSTICE FOR JENNIFER'

Above, Pamela Watts has placed a sign across San Marcos to spread awareness for her effort to seek justice for the death of her partner Jennifer Miller. Photo courtesy of Pamela Watts

'JUSTICE FOR JENNIFER'

You may have seen a banner displayed around San Marcos proclaiming “no justice for Jennifer Miller,” who was killed in a car accident last June in a collision with Sgt. Ryan Hartman, an officer with the San Marcos Police Department.

Mermaid Society SMTX set to host 3rd annual Earth Day Celebration

Mermaid Society SMTX will host its 3rd Annual Earth Day Celebration on Saturday, April 24 at Wonder World Cave & Adventure Park. Above, a mermaid reads to kids. Below, "Earthman" Lanny Smith will perform his "We've Got the Power" concert during the Earth Day event . Photos courtesy of Mermaid Society SMTX

Mermaid Society SMTX set to host 3rd annual Earth Day Celebration

Mermaid Society SMTX set to host 3rd annual Earth Day Celebration

Mermaid Society SMTX will host its 3rd Annual Earth Day Celebration on Saturday, April 24. This free family-friendly event is open to the public from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. The Earth Day Celebration is Sponsored by My Emergency Room 24/7 San Marcos and in partnership with Wonder World Cave & Adventure Park. Social distancing and face masks are required. Hand sanitizer will be generously available for all guests.

Grand jury to consider charges in death of Texas protester

AUSTIN (AP) — A grand jury will consider whether to bring charges against a man who drove into a crowd demonstrating in Austin against police violence last July and shot and killed an armed protester, prosecutors said Friday. Travis County District Attorney José Garza announced the move in a statement without identifying the man who shot Garrett Foster, 28. The man's attorneys have identified him as Army Sgt. Daniel Perry, a Fort Hood soldier, whom they say was working for a ride-share company and acted in self-defense after Foster pointed a gun at him.

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