Luling is taking off with aerospace industry growth
Luling, known as the toughest town in Texas, is gradually changing it business complexion and becoming known as a budding place for the aerospace industry.[San Marcos, TX] [Hays County news] News San Marcos News, San Marcos Record [Texas State]sanmarcosrecord.com
‘Does not appear to be suspicious’: Luling police recover rest of skeletal remains, ID still pending
The skeletal remains that were found by a family’s dog in Luling late last week have all been recovered and don’t appear to be suspicious, though the identification is still pending, according to police.
American GI Forum Firecracker Golf Tournament Classic returns
On Monday, July 4, 2022, the American GI Forum of San Marcos Men Chapter will be having their 22nd annual Veterans/Scholarship Fundraiser with the “Firecracker Golf Tournament Classic.” The popular Ju[San Marcos, TX] [Hays County news] Sports San Marcos News, San Marcos Record [Texas State]sanmarcosrecord.com
Gloria Anderson, Cole Ritter and the Night Owls to play Cheatham Street Warehouse June 26
Gloria Anderson, a Luling native and Americana musician, returns to Texas for five shows around the state, including a performance on Sunday, June 26 at Cheatham Street Warehouse from 8 to 11:30 p.m. with Cole Ritter and the Night Owls.[San Marcos, TX] [Hays County news] Features San Marcos News, San Marcos Record [Texas State]sanmarcosrecord.com
William “Bill” Ed Slaughter
William “Bill” Ed Slaughter of Luling passed away on May 26, 2021 at 75 years old. Visitation is Friday, May 28th, 2 p.m. followed by Funeral Service at 3 p.m., at Pennington Funeral Home.[San Marcos, TX] [Hays County news] Obituary San Marcos News, San Marcos Record [Texas State]sanmarcosrecord.com
Rescue organization to resume search for Texas State student last seen near Luling
LULING, Texas – A nonprofit organization dedicated to finding missing people will restart its search for a Texas State student who has not been seen since December. Starting Friday, Texas Search and Rescue — known as TEXSAR — will commence on a large search for Jason David Landry, 21. Landry was involved in a car crash near Luling that happened around midnight on Dec. 14, according to the Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office. TEXSAR officials said more than 100 members will be involved in this search, including a search and rescue K9 team and a mounted search patrol. Related:Law enforcement searching for Texas State student who disappeared after crash near LulingSearch continues for missing Texas State student who crashed car while returning home from school
Officials search for Texas State student after abandoned vehicle found near Luling
click to enlarge ShutterstockThe Texas Department of Public Safety is searching for a missing Texas State student after a crashed vehicle was discovered near Luling, Texas, according to multiple reports Officials say the wreck occurred near midnight on Monday morning. The vehicle, a Nissan Altima, was found by law enforcement near Salt Flat Road north of Interstate 10. A cell phone and personal were left in the car.Houston news station KTRK confirmed that the missing student is Jason Landry, 21, a native of Missouri City. According to KTRK, Landry had finished his final exams and was headed back home for the holidays. "I just asked for prayers, because we just need a lot of prayers," she continued.sacurrent.com
Law enforcement searching for Texas State student who disappeared after crash near Luling
LULING, Texas – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is continuing their search for a Texas State student who disappeared following a car crash near Luling, Texas. According to a department spokesperson, the crash happened at around midnight Monday morning. Law enforcement officers found a crashed vehicle near Salt Flat Road north of Interstate 10, but do not know how the incident occurred. Officials are still trying to locate the victim who they believe may be Jason David Landry, 21, a Texas State University student. A university spokesperson confirmed that DPS would be handling the case.
Austin man shot 2 Luling teens because he thought they were ‘aliens,' affidavit says
CALDWELL COUNTY, Texas – An Austin man who fired more than 50 rounds at two teens on a Caldwell County road Tuesday told police he was being chased by “aliens,” according to an arrest warrant affidavit. Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) received a 911 call around 6:08 p.m. on Tuesday about two victims “down." Bryan Haynes, 34, was arrested Thursday on capital murder charges after he told family members in Austin that “he was being chased by ‘aliens’ in an ATV with firefighter decals,” the affidavit states. Hanes allegedly told family members Tuesday evening that “the ‘aliens’ would not die and he had to shoot them in the middle and head area to make sure they would die,” the affidavit says in part. Haynes is being held in the Caldwell County Jail.
Arrest made after two teens gunned down while riding utility vehicle near Luling, deputies say
CALDWELL COUNTY, Texas – Update: On Thursday afternoon, the Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office arrested Bryan Haynes, 34, on suspicion of murder in connection with this case. Original story:A teen from Luling and his cousin were shot to death while driving a utility vehicle on a Caldwell County road, according to deputies from the Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office. The cousins were driving a Polaris side-by-side utility vehicle in the 4400 block of Tenney Creek Road near Tilmon when they encountered the shooter or shooters, deputies said. Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call around 6:08 p.m. on Tuesday about two victims “down." The case is under investigation by the Texas Rangers and the Caldwell County Sheriff’s Office.
Texas Syndicate gang members arrested after meth, heroin bust
CNNSeventeen Texas Syndicate gang members living across Central Texas were arrested after federal authorities uncovered a methamphetamine and heroin trafficking operation, according to a news release. The suspects were from San Antonio, Austin, New Braunfels, Kenedy, Gonzales, Hutto, Luling, Seguin, San Marcos. One suspect is a Mexican national and another lived in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, according to the news release. During the investigation, authorities seized more than 100 kilograms of methamphetamine and multiple guns. All the suspects remained in federal custody Sunday.