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San Marcos Recovery in Effect Following Oct. 30 Flooding

DaLyah Jones News Reporter The City of San Marcos is in the recovery stages this week, after being hit by a severe thunderstorm that flooded parts of the city. Communications Director Kristi Wyatt says the city is currently assessing damages to the San Marcos area.  “We have a couple plans in place for people who have had damage to their home. The first thing is we want to know if […]

todayNovember 3, 2015 1


Flooding Prompts Road Closures Across the City

By: Carlos Marquez News Reporter There have been at least 20 road closures reported to the City of San Marcos. Kristi Wyatt, Director of San Marcos Communications, said that it is unsafe to be on the roads and residents should only leave their home if it is absolutely necessary.   “We’re urging people to just stay home if they can and to please be sure to check for dangerous areas, […]

todayOctober 30, 2015 16


City Staff to Discuss Flood Rebuilding

Written by Kasandra Garza News Reporter The City of San Marcos staff will be sharing information with residents who experienced flood damage to their homes during the Memorial Weekend flood on Saturday, August 15th from 9 a.m. to at Conway Park, 504 Bliss Ln. The event will give homeowners the opportunity to discuss floodplain permits, city code requirements and their options with the city staff. In addition to answering questions, […]

todayAugust 14, 2015 10

mccomb family


New Phase of Search and Recovery for Missing Children

by Taylor Zavala News Director The City of San Marcos announced a new phase of search and recovery for two children that will begin Saturday, Aug. 15. The two children have been missing since the Memorial Weekend floods that occurred in late May. The new phase of the search and recovery will allow several private organizations and recovery teams access to newly exposed areas, that were previously inaccessible due to […]

todayAugust 13, 2015 49

the blanco river rises by Wimberley


Hays County Emergency Management Coordinator updates the Hays County Floods

Matthew Hamill Assistant News Director Before the Texas Attorney General addressed the media on June 1st, Hays County Emergency Management Coordinator Kharley Smith had the latest regarding the Hays County floods. Since this press conference the bodies of Sue McNeil Carey, 71, and Laura Schultz McComb, 34, were identified by Hays County officials. This brings the list of missing people down to four. Hays County has recovered nine fatalities and identified eight […]

todayJune 1, 2015 16

Memorial weekend flood. San Marcos.


Texas Attorney General Issues Warning to Hays County Flood Victims

Matthew Hamill Assistant News Director On June 1st, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton joined the list of political speakers to hold a press conference in San Marcos regarding the Hays County floods. “Unfortunately, in past disasters we’ve seen a pattern in which an initial disaster is followed by a second wave of disaster, in the form of shady individuals who are trading scams and fraud,” said Paxton. When a disaster […]

todayJune 1, 2015 3

Photo by Laura-Lynn Aebi


Update On Those Missing From #HaysCo Memorial Weekend Flooding

By: Taylor Zavala News Director Currently the number of individuals listed as missing following the Hays County flooding is two children. The first individuals identified immediately following the Memorial Weekend flooding were Jose Alvero Arteaga-Pichardo (29) found May 24 and Dayton Larry Thomas (74) who was found May 26 following the discovery of their bodies. On Wednesday, May 27th, recovery crews located the body of a male child along the […]

todayMay 29, 2015 15

ted cruz speaks in san marcos


Senator Ted Cruz comes to Hays County to address the people and assess the damage

By Matthew Hamill Assistant News Director “Today Texans are hurting,” were Senator Ted Cruz’s first words to the media as they gathered at the San Marcos Police Department. San Marcos, Wimberley and Houston are just some of the cities devastated by the recent storms that have plagued Texas. Cruz described the damage he personally witnessed as “unimaginable.” “I saw a large concrete bridge that the Blanco River took out all […]

todayMay 27, 2015 21

Headshots of individuals still missing due to Hays County flooding


The latest update on the Memorial weekend flooding

By Matthew Hamill Assistant News Director Wednesday morning meant another update on rescue efforts and the devastation caused by the Memorial weekend floods. Emergency Management Coordinator Ken Bell somberly addressed the press from the San Marcos Police Department. “We are still in search and rescue mode. We are still looking for viable victims,” Bell said. The search is especially thorough in Wimberley, where the heart of the devastation took place. Frequent […]

todayMay 27, 2015 8

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