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New luxury apartment community announced in San Marcos

Like its predecessor, the new property will offer future residents bountiful shopping, restaurants, recreation, and employment opportunities...

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San Marcos City Council to hold additional special meetings this week, and various advisory boards and commissions

Important decisions on rules, laws, ordinances, codes, annual budget, and a large portion of our taxes are decided at the…

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Four Texas Democrats in Congress warn Biden against restricting U.S. oil exports

“We urge you and your administration to reject any well-intentioned but misguided calls to curtail American crude oil and/or petroleum…

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Texas plans to place charging stations for electric cars every 50 miles on most interstates

Texas is planning to add enough electric vehicle charging stations throughout the state to support 1 million electric vehicles with…

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Uvalde school police chief “decided to place the lives of officers before the lives of children,” Texas DPS director says

“The officers had weapons; the children had none. The officers had body armor; the children had none. The officers had…

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Texas unemployment rate continued to fall in May, more industries experience full recovery

"Texas continues to set records for employment growth with more than 250,000 jobs added from the beginning of this year…

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Uvalde mayor accuses state of leaking records to make local police look bad

By William Melhado Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin on Tuesday accused state authorities of selectively releasing information about last month’s school shooting…

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Alliance Industrial Company & Kyle Economic Development host groundbreaking for Kyle/35 Logistics Park

Alliance Industrial Company, in partnership with Kyle Economic Development, will be holding a groundbreaking for the Kyle/35 Logistics Park...

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Hays County Sheriff & SMPD arrest blotter for week of June 13

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

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“If there’s kids in there, we need to go in”: Officers in Uvalde were ready with guns, shields and tools — but not clear orders

The inaction appeared too much for the special agent. He noted that there were still children in other classrooms within…

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