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Texas State's resident 'Viking Goddess' Miss Susie passes away
SAN MARCOS, Texas — Texas State University students, alumni and staff have said goodbye to a legend. According to the campus paper, "The University Star," Miss Susie passed away over the weekend after she was previously taken off life support and placed in hospice care.
Beloved Texas School Librarian Is Discovered Dead by Her Daughter, and Cop Husband Is Suspect
Belinda Hernandez led an enriching life but never lost sight of the dream she carried in her heart. “I was very happily married; I loved my children,” she reflected in a 2014 interview with the Houston Chronicle. “But I always had my one regret. I wished I had gone to college and become a teacher.”
Gary Job Corps Holds Public Works Appreciation Luncheon
Photo Credit To GJCC | City of San Marcos, Bert Lumbreras, Tyler Hjorth, Tom Taggart, Adam Rossing, Raymond Nutall, Shawn Wolfshohl, Jon Clack, Mayor Jane Hughson, WorkForce Solutions Rural Capital Area Board, Bryan Hernandez, Cara Ryan, Gary Job Corps, Tasha Fennell, Chris Roff, Susanne Ritter, Rac
Texas Mom Is Mauled to Death by Her 2 Pit Bulls, Who Are Then Shot by Police
A 33-year-old woman was mauled to death Saturday by her two pit bulls, who’d been quarantined earlier this month after a biting incident in Irving, Texas, according to a police statement.
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick teases multiple special sessions unless Texas enacts 'substantial' tax relief
AUSTIN — Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick says state lawmakers must enact "substantial" tax relief even if it means working overtime. On Sunday, Patrick sent his supporters an email urging the Texas Legislature to convene a special session if it does not pass one of several property tax relief bills before it's
Over 400 feral hogs removed from Caldwell County during first weeks of Hog Bounty
Over 400 feral hogs were removed from Caldwell County during the first week of Hog Bounty. The program kicked off this month and in total 482 hog tails were collected. This is a payout of over $2,4000, $5 per pig. This also represents up to 4,400 pounds of hog excrement that will not make it into th
One of Texas' most-wanted sex offenders arrested in Pleasant Grove
One of Texas' most-wanted sex offenders was arrested in Dallas last week after more than seven months on the lam. Zachary Michael Boyett, 24, was taken into custody Wednesday afternoon at a Pleasant Grove home.
Charges dropped against pair in shooting of Caldwell County deputy
More than a year after a shooting that left a Caldwell County sheriff's deputy injured and with questions still lingering about the incident, prosecutors have dropped charges against the pair who officials say injured the officer.
Missing Central Texas infant found safe
CENTERVILLE, Texas (KBTX) The Leon County Sheriff's Office says a missing 9-month-old boy has been found safe. Rheydyn Maneely was taken from his mother's home in Centerville at around 10:40 p.m. Sunday.
Records: Seguin PD created fake police credential for radio executive
SEGUIN, Texas - Internal records obtained by the KSAT 12 Defenders confirm that officials with the Seguin Police Department created a fake police credential for a radio executive last year.
Head Start worker jailed on indecency charges
A Kyle man accused of touching three children inappropriately while employed by Head Start has been released from custody. Mark Anthony Ortega, Jr., 29, was arrested March 20 and released from jail the next day on a $10,000 surety bond. He was charged with three counts of indecency with a child, sec
Second location of Big Rob’s Burgers now open in Kyle
The Garza family, which owns Big Rob’s Burgers on Kirkham Circle in Kyle, has opened a second location known as Big Rob’s Burger Shack at 905 N. Old Hwy. 81, Kyle. The Garzas told Community Impact Newspaper in December that the more centrally located restaurant, which offers counter service, will he
Canyon Lake Motorcyclist Killed in New Braunfels Crash
NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas — A Canyon Lake man is dead after a motorcycle crash in New Braunfels Saturday afternoon. Police say the 24-year-old man lost control of a 2015 Harley Davidson and hit a utility pole. He died at the scene.
Local swimsuit outfitter is four decades strong in New Braunfels
Ducky’s carries cool weather clothing such as hoodies and sweatshirts in the off-season, and they also sell band and choir shirts for New Braunfels and Canyon high schools. Photos by Chelsea Bagley/Community Impact Newspaper.
Top 22 Road Construction Projects, Closures To Avoid In San Marcos This Week
The long & short term road construction projects that could affect your drive… Please use caution, drive slowly and watch for heavy equipment, construction workers, and traffic control flaggers.
Motorcyclist killed after hitting utility pole
NEW BRAUNFELS, TEXAS — A 24-year-old man died Saturday afternoon after he lost control of his motorcycle and hit a utility pole. New Braunfels police say the man was on Denise Drive and Pams Path when he lost control of his 2015 Harley Davidson motorcycle around 4:45 PM.
New Braunfels to soon decide fate of motorized scooters
SAN ANTONIO - New Braunfels city leaders will decide the fate of motorized scooters Monday after temporarily banning them for 90 days. In January, police issued to the ban, citing public safety, after a test run in the city.
Seguin steals win from Lady Antlers
Tivy’s Lexi Perez recorded seven RBIs on three hits, including a homer, but a fourth inning tally by the Lady Matadors was too much for the Lady Antlers to overcome and Tivy fell 16-12 Friday night in a three-hour marathon District 26-5A game.
Saturday’s high school baseball, softball, track, golf results
W - Annika Litterio, L - Jadyn Abrego. W - Sarina Lopez, L - Makayla McGinnis. HR - Harlan, Lauren Murillo (1). W - Ryanne Limon, L - Claire Brown. W - Samantha Stephens, L - Elizabeth Fowler.
One person dead in New Braunfels motorcycle crash
NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas — A man is dead after crashing his bike into a utility pole Saturday afternoon, police say. New Braunfels Police and Fire Department responded to the intersection of Denise Drive and Pams Path at 4:45 p.m. for a reported motorcycle crash.