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California-based, technology-driven manufacturing company wants to bring 542 new jobs to San Marcos | Community Impact Newspaper
At its Oct. 16 meeting, the San Marcos City Council authorized an incentive agreement with Silicon Valley-based manufacturing company Katerra that will bring a $109 million capital investment to the city along with a minimum of 542 full-time jobs paying at least $15 per hour.“Katerra is a technology
San Marcos PD Daily Arrest Blotter For Tuesday, October 16 — Wednesday, October 17
San Marcos Police Department Daily Arrest Blotter –Emergencies and crimes happen every single day of the year…Emergencies and crimes happen every single day of the year. Many incidents aren’t heard about or reported. Below is a compiled list of all the recent arrests made by the San Marcos Police De
Flood of '98 - 20 years later
The year was 1998. That weekend, tropical moisture from hurricanes Madeline and Lester in the Pacific, a strong upper-level disturbance and a passing cold front converged over the area, causing catastrophic flooding.
Main Street To Host Open House At Historic First Baptist Church
An interactive digital video time capsule will be open on Saturday. Main Street welcomes people to share their personal stories and favorite memories of the church to commemorate and celebrate its impact on San Marcos…The San Marcos Main Street Program invites the public to Celebration of Hope, a tw
Power outage affecting downtown San Marcos
Most of Texas State University was affected by the outageSAN MARCOS, Texas (KXAN) — The City of San Marcos confirmed on their Facebook that the downtown and surrounding areas of the community are experiencing an outage due to a bad termination.Classes at Texas State University that start at noon and
Scott & White opens new clinic in San Marcos
Dr. Rachel McGinnis, who joined the Scott & White team after establishing a thriving medical practice in New Braunfels, said she was excited to be part of the community.
Water releases to increase at Canyon Lake over coming days
The Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority said the lake is expected to rise an additional five feet in the coming days. As a result, releases will increase to approximately 700 cubic feet per second until Friday, October 19.
San Marcos business wins Innovator of the Year
QMC develops and manufactures quantum dots and nanomaterials for use in display, solar energy and lightning applications through its proprietary “high-volume, continuous-flow” production process. The company's methods enable consistent quality and cost reductions in providing the foundation for tech
Bridge in New Braunfels to close next week | KTSA
San Antonio-(KTSA News)- A bridge in New Braunfels is going to be closed for a couple of days.On October 24th and 25th from 8 am to 4 pm, the San Antonio Street Bridge will be closed because crews are going to remove some trees and take care of some other utility work.New Braunfels Utility says as l
Deputy rescued from low water crossing in northwest Travis County
The deputy was investigating a report that someone had moved the barricades near the 24600 block of Farm to Market Road 1431, which is near Lago Vista in northwest Travis County. When he went to investigate around 7:30 a.m., the car got in the water, according to TCSO.
Facing deadline of 2022, San Marcos nears decision on flood projects | Community Impact Newspaper
Officials from the city of San Marcos are discussing how to spend $25 million of disaster recovery funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and they will have to make a final choice soon.The money,which was awardedin the wake of the two historic floods in 2015, must be entire
Built for 50-year storms, Kingsland bridge lasted 49 years
Built in 1969 and designed to withstand a 50-year storm, the two-lane causeway in Kingsland that succumbed to a raging Llano River was the third Central Texas bridge to be destroyed by floodwaters in recent years. Experts say it likely won't be the last as climate change and construction exacerbate
WATCH LIVE: Llano River rising
AUSTIN, Texas- WATCH LIVE: View the Llano River, near Austin, Texas, which is expected to rise 41 feet.
Final report on church bus crash that killed 13 released by NTSB
“He crossed the center line 19 times, 19 times, and drove onto the right shoulder 35 times in the 15 minutes leading up to the crash," Sumwalt said of the pickup driver.
PHOTOS: Flooded homes near Central Texas lakes
Flooded home on Waterside Drive in Marble Falls on Oct. 16, 2018. (KXAN Photo/Lauren Lanmon)AUSTIN (KXAN) — Photos from the Colorado and Llano rivers in the Texas Hill Country show major flooding in lakefront neighborhoods and roads.KXAN viewers have sent photos showing entire marinas and a bridge w
School closures and delays due to weather for Wednesday, Oct. 17
AUSTIN (KXAN) — Due to flooding and with more rain expected, multiple school districts in Central Texas have announced closures or delays for Wednesday, Oct. 17.
Beto O’Rourke Borrows 'Lyin' Ted' Insult As He Repeatedly Attacks Sen. Cruz In Texas Debate
The Democratic rival, known for his unrelenting positivity, takes a fighting stance in second debate.
Seguin family demands answers and justice for teen killed in hit and run
"I'm just hurt that somebody wouldn't stop, hurt that somebody could have a heart to not to stop and see what happened, 'who did I hit, what did I hit,' somebody that does that doesn't have a heart," she said.
CASE SOLVED: Woman who disappeared in 2002 was murdered, say deputies
SAN ANTONIO —A man already in prison for murder is now the prime suspect in the murder of another person in Guadalupe County.The Guadalupe County Sheriff's Office said Matthew Engelbrecht was indicted on a capital murder charge for the death of Roxanne McGreehan, a woman who disappeared in 2002.Depu
The killing field: Convicted killer admits to multiple killings, Guadalupe investigators said
McGreehan, a mother of one daughter, was reported as a missing persons case in October 2002. Murphy said she had enlisted in the Navy. When she didn't show up to meet her new goal in life, her family knew something was wrong.