Suspect in deadly 2018 San Marcos apartment fire released on PR bond, remains unindicted, Hays Co. DA says
The suspect in the 2018 Iconic Village apartment fire in San Marcos that left five people dead has been released from jail on a personal recognizance bond, the Hays County district attorney confirmed Thursday.
200-acre Hollywood studio on track to break ground in San Marcos in 2023
Hill Country Studios has secured zoning and annexation approvals from the city of San Marcos, which means the project is on pace to break ground this year, with part of the study expected to open in 2024, according to the Austin Business Journal.
Commemorative Air Force sets up scholarship fund for New Braunfels passenger who died in Wisconsin plane crash
Zachary Collie-Moreno, 20, died during a plane crash near Oshkosh, Wis., over the weekend. He was riding as a passenger in the plane that the National Transportation Safety Board and Federal Aviation Administration are now investigating.
City of San Marcos sanctioned for failing to save documents related to ‘Trump Train’ incident
A federal judge sanctioned the City of San Marcos after it “failed miserably” in its efforts to preserve records relating to a 2020 incident where a group of vehicles known as the “Trump Train” surrounded a Biden campaign bus on Interstate 35.
No. 2 Brennan cruises past Harlan in 29-6A clash; Jourdanton knocks off Pleasanton in 5-overtime classic; Churchill edges Madison after lengthy weather delay
Lightning delays and overtime thrillers flooded Week 3's high school football slate, as Brennan took control of District 29-6A with a rout of Harlan, Jourdanton outlasted Pleasanton in a five-overtime classic, and Churchill edged Madison in double overtime in a game that ended well past midnight.
Robbery suspect causes stir after loading air gun in front of Academy store, San Marcos police say
What initially started as a robbery at an Academy Sports + Outdoors store in San Marcos sent many in a panic after seeing the suspect load an air gun in front of the store, according to San Marcos police.
Grand jury clears two San Marcos police officers in fatal shooting of 31-year-old man
Two San Marcos police officers will not be facing charges in a shooting that resulted in the death of a 31-year-old man last April after a grand jury cleared them in the case, according to the Hays County District Attorney Wes Mau.
No. 2 Steele’s showdown with Austin Vandegrift headlines Area Round; BGC Road Trip features New Braunfels, Smithson Valley; Brandeis, Canyon volleyball prepare for UIL State
The second round of the high school football playoffs features battles between San Antonio and Austin-area schools, including a heavyweight matchup between undefeated Steele and Austin Vandegrift.
Lawsuit: Central Texas city refused escort to protect Biden bus
An updated federal lawsuit alleges that police officials in San Marcos, Texas, refused to provide an escort for a Joe Biden campaign bus when it was surrounded by supporters of then-President Donald Trump on an interstate in October 2020.
San Marcos officials change story again about why officer who killed woman in crash wasn’t disciplined
San Marcos city officials have offered yet another explanation as to why a police department sergeant was returned to duty late last year without being investigated internally for causing a fatal car crash.
After returning to duty from killing woman in crash, San Marcos officer used stun gun on compliant man with hands raised
A San Marcos Police Department sergeant, who was returned to duty late last year without being arrested or disciplined for causing a fatal crash, is at the center of another controversy involving misconduct, records obtained by KSAT 12 Defenders show.