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Interview with San Marcos City Councilman Maxfield Baker

http:// By Jordan Young Web Content Director In the inaugural episode of the KTSW's news department interview podcast; Web Content Director Jordan Young spoke with San Marcos city council member for place 1, Maxfield Baker. We discussed the #Protecttheriver movement, the backstory on the newly approved film studio, and more. Featured Image by KTSW News

todayJune 27, 2022 251 3


U.S. Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, makes way for Texas ban

By Preethi Mangadu & Jordan Young   Chief Editor of News & Web Content Director  Updated: 7:54 pm On Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to overturn Roe v. Wade, meaning that there is no longer constitutional protection for abortions.    In 1973, Roe v. Wade ruled a set of Texas statutes that criminalized abortion as a violation of a woman’s constitutional right to privacy and set a precedent for laws limiting […]

todayJune 24, 2022 80 6 4

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Texas State student appointed as student regent by Governor Abbott

By Preethi Mangadu Chief Editor of News AUSTIN—Texas State University’s Gabriel Webb was appointed as The Texas State University System (TSUS) student regent for the 2022-23 term by Governor Greg Abbott on June 8, 2022. Webb is one of eight student regents in Texas that were nominated and selected to serve on the governing boards of Texas’ public university systems and independent universities until their term expires on May 31, 2023.  While […]

todayJune 15, 2022 55 4

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Events This Week Throughout Hays County

Jordan Young Web Content Manager  HAYS COUNTY - There’s nothing like a Texas summer, especially ones spent in our home nestled in the hill country, Hays County. Across the county this week, many events are taking place to keep you busy this Juneteenth and Father’s Day weekend. So, let's take a look at some of the events this week has to offer.   Wednesday: Event: Warriors of History with Sam […]

todayJune 14, 2022 50

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Jasper official’s appeal denied, the case can now go to trial

By Preethi Mangadu  Chief Editor of News    JASPER, Texas—On June 1, 2022, Jasper officials lost their appeal for their denied motion of summary judgment in Sims v. Griffin, an inmate death case, meaning the case will proceed to trial. Steven Mitchell Qualls, 28, was arrested by the Jasper Police Department for Public Intoxication after refusing to leave a hospital, when he was discharged, on January 28, 2019. After approximately […]

todayJune 3, 2022 154 5 3

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Kyle Police Will Increase Presence at Local Schools in Response to Uvalde Shooting

Jordan Young Web Content Manager From Kyle Police - In the wake of yesterday's tragic events at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, the Kyle Police Department has directed patrol staff as well as officers from other assignments and divisions to make every effort to increase their presence at all of the school campuses in the city’s jurisdiction. "We are working closely with our partner agencies and Hays CISD to keep […]

todayMay 25, 2022 44

A millennial black man and woman voting at a voting booth in an election.


Primary Runoff Election Day: Information you need to know about today’s election

Jordan Young Web Content Manager Texas election law states that candidates must earn more than 50% of the vote to avoid a runoff election. Today Texas voters will once again head to their local voting center in this year's Texas primary runoff election.  Here is some information you need to know about today's primary runoff election. In Texas, you can only vote in one party's primary in a year. So, if […]

todayMay 24, 2022 31 1

A picture of the maroon Evans Liberal Arts sign outside the ELA building, which is brown brick.The sign says Anthropology, Geography, and Environmental Studies and is to the left. There is a tree branch on the top of the picture full of green leaves. To the right is a black lampost with a maroon txst flag.


Operation Identification Examines Migrant Graves Outside Brownsville

By Preethi Mangadu Web Content Contributor  On April 1, 2022, Texas State University’s Operation Identification (OpID) located unmarked graves in Guillen Community Cemetery using geophysical equipment. Due to the lack of county resources and high volume of death, many counties would bury undocumented migrant individuals without documenting the location of burial, collecting DNA samples, or proper analyses. To combat this, OpID was founded by Dr. Kate Spradley in 2013 “to […]

todayApril 13, 2022 35 1

McCoy Hall and Bruce and Gloria Ingram Hall as seen from a bridge on Texas State Campus. The day is sunny. The sky is blue with a few clouds. There are trees and bushes full of leaves throughout.


Texas State University Receives Over $21 Million in Federal Funding

By Preethi Mangadu Web Content Contributor Texas State University (TXST) was recently awarded over $21 million through H.R. 2471, the "Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2022," which was passed by Congress. The bill was signed into law by President Biden on March 15, 2022, and provides full-year funding until Sept. 30 for projects and activities of the federal government. Many divisions of the act “provide authorizations and extensions on a wide variety […]

todayApril 6, 2022 46 2

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