The public is invited meet five finalists for City Manager of San Marcos from 6-8 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 9 at the Embassy Suites and City Conference Center, 1001 E. McCarty Lane.
WITH SLIDESHOW | President Obama and members of the King and Johnson families are among special guests on the invitation list for the unveiling in January of a sculpture honoring civil rights pioneers President Lyndon B. Johnson and Martin Luther King Jr. in downtown San Marcos.
More than a decade after Texas cities began installing red light cameras at major intersections, the controversial traffic enforcement tool is emerging as a point of debate in the 2014 race for Texas governor.
A jury this afternoon exonerated a former Texas State University student accused of brutally assaulting another student during a drunken fracas outside a party in April 2011.
On Nov. 23 — exactly a week and half before he snapped beyond repair — Jerry Paul Stovall III took to Facebook to say he was reaching the end of his rope.
A little more than 18 months after Central Texas Medical Center plunked down $2 million for a da Vinci robotic surgery system, more than 500 patients have undergone procedures employing the cutting-edge instrument.
The San Marcos City Council officially designated Dec. 4-7 as “Sights & Sounds of Christmas Weekend.”
Sights and Sounds of Christmas, the annual four-night seasonal festival alongside the San Marcos River, starts today, Dec. 4, and runs through Saturday, Dec. 7.
State Sen. Donna Campbell, R-New Braunfels, and state Rep. Jason Isaac, R-Dripping Springs, talked about water, transportation, public education and other issues in play in the 83rd session during a Texas Tribune event on Tuesday at Texas State University.
State Sen. Donna Campbell and State Rep. Jason Isaac — two tea party darlings whose districts include all or part of Hays County — will take the Texas Tribune’s ‘Hot Seat’ on Tuesday, Dec. 3 at Texas State University.