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San Marcos City Council reviews Sidewalk Maintenance and Gap Infill Program

The San Marcos City Council received a presentation on the Sidewalk Maintenance and Gap Infill program to discuss sidewalk analysis…

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High bacteria levels at Jacobs Well halts swimming season

Visitors won't be able to swim in the crystal clear waters of the Jacobs Well Natural Area for the "foreseeable future"…

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Texas still leads in workplace deaths among Hispanics

The Lone Star State leads the nation in labor-related accidents and especially workplace deaths and injuries among Hispanics.

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U.S. Department of Energy fosters research into solar energy reliability for vulnerable communities

Sasha Dong, assistant professor in the Ingram School of Engineering at Texas State University, has been awarded a grant by…

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Ribbon Cutting to take place for Low Water Crossing at Cotton Gin road

Hays County plans a ribbon-cutting for the low-water crossing at Cotton Gin Rd. over Porter Creek on Friday, July 1.

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DPS increases enforcement to keep roads safe on July 4th

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Texas Highway Patrol (THP) will be initiating two traffic safety campaigns during the…

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TWC takes additional action to address healthcare worker shortages

Texas Workforce Commission voted to suspend multiple program rules that only allowed private sector apprenticeships and limited Skills Development Fund…

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Adults entering older adulthood more likely to suffer multiple health ailments than prior generations

New research conducted in part at Texas State University has revealed that later-born generations of older adults in the United…

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Anterix partnership brings 4G/5G research network to Texas State

Texas State University has partnered with Anterix, private broadband network company, to establish a university-wide, cutting-edge, 4G/5G broadband network.

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Workers in Canyon Lake, Texas have some of the longest commutes in the country

The share of Americans working from home skyrocketed during the pandemic.

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