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San Marcos sweet and coffee shop opens in Square

By Danielle De Lucia Chief Editor of News The Sweet Spot is a new coffee shop open in San Marcos Square, selling a variety of specialty coffees, breakfast tacos, kolaches and more. The Sweet Spot story In 2020, Katrina De La Cruz sold custom cakes and chocolate-covered strawberries for people in New Braunfels. Her younger sister, Kasandra De La Cruze, sold cocoa bombs – chocolate ball shapes filled with hot […]

todayOctober 27, 2023 81 1 2

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Hays County in Flood Advisory

By Danielle De Lucia   Chief Editor of News  The National Weather Service has placed Hays County and the rest of central Texas under a flood advisory until 5:45 p.m. Earlier this morning NWS issued a tornado warning for cities near Uhland and Niederwald.   A flood watch in the Austin-San Antonio area was also active into the evening. Excessive amounts of rainfall have caused the flood alert to be issued […]

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KTSW Newscast: Oct. 26, 2023

By Danielle De Lucia and Preethi Mangadu Chief Editor of News and News & Culture Director On this week’s newscast, co-hosts Preethi Mangadu and Danielle De Lucia bring news about the San Marcos "Trump Train" settlement, early voting in Texas, tree removal in City Park and more. Tune in every Thursday at 5 p.m. at 89.9 or here on the KTSW blog. We are the other side of news. EDIT: […]

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Art Scared 2023: A creative tradition in full bloom

By Omar Gonzalez News Reporter SAN MARCOS – With Halloween approaching and fall in full swing already, the San Marcos Art League once again geared up for a beloved local tradition: the fourth annual Art Scared event, which took place in the downtown Square this past Saturday. This temporary public art installation was designed for children of all ages, from elementary to high school.  All attendees had the opportunity to […]

todayOctober 24, 2023 35

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Why the burn ban has been lifted in Hays County

By Oyinda Rickford News Reporter HAYS COUNTY — On Oct. 5, officials lifted the burn ban as weather conditions improved, coming after months of heightened fire risks.  The decision to end the burn ban welcomes relief to residents and landowners in the area. The burn ban was initially put in place due to dry weather conditions and an increased chance of disastrous wildfires. Prohibitions from the ban included: outdoor burning […]

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How Hays County is combatting fentanyl crisis

By Andrea Narro News Reporter SAN MARCOS - The death of a 15-year-old in Hays County on Monday, Oct. 2, is suspected to have been caused by overdosing on fentanyl. Hays County has been facing deaths caused by the fentanyl crisis since last year.  Deputy at the Hays County Sherrif’s Office, Anthony Hipolito, shares how concerning the issue of fentanyl has been in Hays County, and how many cases they’ve […]

todayOctober 16, 2023 39

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KTSW Newscast: Oct. 12, 2023

By Preethi Mangadu and Danielle De Lucia News & Culture Director and Chief Editor of News On this week’s newscast, co-hosts Preethi Mangadu and Danielle De Lucia bring news about Mano Amiga protesting a San Marcos airline company, fentanyl overdoses and awareness in Hays County, predicted high traffic due to an annular solar eclipse and more. Tune in every Thursday at 5 p.m. at 89.9 or here on the KTSW […]

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What is Bobcat Day?

By Ezekiel Ramirez News Reporter Last Saturday, on Oct. 7, Texas State University celebrated the first Bobcat Day of the semester. Bobcat Day is an event created by Undergraduate Admissions for potential Bobcats to explore the campus and gain a greater understanding of what being a student at TXST is all about. “Bobcat Day is a chance to really envision themselves here,” Assistant Directors for Admissions, David Thomas said. “You […]

todayOctober 10, 2023 48

Muralists Ernesto Hernandez and Cindy Tobar in the middle of working outside on their mural on the building side of the San Marcos City Hall


San Marcos muralists honor Coahuiltecan tribe’s heritage for Indigenous Peoples’ Day

By Omar Gonzalez News Reporter With Indigenous Peoples Day approaching this Monday, the San Marcos community has begun its preparations for this occasion. Including Ernesto Hernandez and Cindy Tobar, Texas-born muralists who are in the process of creating a mural at the San Marcos City Hall.  Hernandez and Tobar chose to dedicate this mural to the Coahuiltecan tribe, one of the earliest inhabitants of South Texas, including San Marcos. In […]

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