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El Milagro of Texas tortilla factory faces $218K in fines; cited for repeatedly exposing workers to amputation dangers

A family-owned tortilla factory located in San Marcos, El Milagro of Texas Inc., is facing 218K in fines after the…

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Summer Sustainable Movie Series starts June 18

This week, the City’s Keep San Marcos Beautiful program and the non-profit organization Sustainable San Marcos are kicking off a…

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Man charged in 2010 Cold Case slaying of Mitchell County teen

More than a decade after she was last seen alive, a person has been charged in the cold case slaying…

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Texas’ 1836 Project aims to promote “patriotic education,” but critics worry it will gloss over state’s history of racism

But House Bill 2497 centers on the year Texas won independence from Mexico and is meant to promote a “patriotic education” to…

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Gov. Greg Abbott signs bill allowing college athletes to profit off their own name and likeness

College athletes in Texas will soon be able to receive compensation from outside businesses that want to use their name,…

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Hays County Sheriff & SMPD arrest blotter for June 15

Emergencies and crimes happen every single day of the year. Many crimes go unreported either by the victims or law…

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Eva Guzman, former Texas Supreme Court justice, joins GOP primary challenge against Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton

On Friday, Guzman, a Republican, filed what is known as a campaign treasurer appointment form with the Texas Ethics Commission...

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Boil Water Notice canceled after water main break

On June 14, 2021, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality required the City of San Marcos public water system, TX…

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Study warns Texas must address future of groundwater policy

Long-term water security is essential for the future of Texas, and the state acutely needs a common law system that…

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Another Texas power outage “appears unlikely” this week, but severe weather this summer could prompt an electricity crisis

Electricity outages in Texas could occur again this summer — just a few months after the devastating winter storm that…

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