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A Seattle-based tech startup has stitched together high-resolution surface-level and underwater photographs of Spring Lake to create a panoramic model of the San Marcos River’s spring-fed headwaters.
LaSalle’s 17th century French warship goes on display at the Bullock Texas State History Museum in Austin.
The Devil’s Backbone west of San Marcos has always had its share of ghost stories. Now it’s a destination for paranormal enthusiasts.
Led by unprecedented gains at its unofficial flagship in San Marcos, enrollment at the Texas State University System’ eight universities and colleges grew 2.8 percent, the largest collective increase in three years.
Thousands of people flooded the Texas Summer Bash in San Marcos last weekend after event promotion went viral on the internet. Now news of the rollicking pool party is making national news.
The deadline for Texas State football season ticket holders to re-up for the 2014 season is 5 p.m. Friday, May 23.
Recent deep water archaeological dives sponsored in part by Texas State University’s Meadows Center for Water and the Environment have uncovered a key artifact that may shed more light on three mysterious shipwrecks off the Texas coast.
Kim Rossmo — Texas State University’s “serial killer hunter” — will discuss the investigation and trials of former Indiana state trooper David Ray Camm, who was convicted twice of killing his wife and two kids before a third jury acquitted him last October.
Texas State football will play games this year against the two defending Sunbelt Conference co-champions, one of which will appear live on ESPN2.