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Thursday News Rundown (9-18-2014)

By Felicia DeInnocentiis KTSW News Reporter Heavy rainfall and flash flooding is possible across a good portion of South Central Texas tonight into Friday morning. Hays County is still on the National Weather Service  Flash Flood Alert list. Scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms are expected in San Marcos tonight into Friday morning. Average rainfall…

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Wednesday News Rundown (09-17-2014)

By Brittany Green News Reporter There is a threat of flash flooding in the southwestern region of the U.S. this week, including San Marcos. Three-to-six inches of rainfall are expected through Friday. There may be up to nine inches in some locations this weekend. Crime Stoppers of Texas State are seeking help to identify a…

Tuesday News Rundown 9-16-14

Tuesday News Rundown (9-16-2014)

By Angelica Cobos News Reporter The Texas State University Student Government passed a new legislation yesterday, which approved the extension of the time for shuttle buses on campus to run later on Fridays. The Student Government will meet with transportation services this Friday to see which hours are best financially. Several vehicle burglaries have been…

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Bobcat Radio – Loss And Awe

Sept. 15, 2014 Hosts – Evan Spielvoge, Kirk Jone and Ryan Marcus   Segment 1: Name Drop Evan – David Mayo, Texas State lineback Kirk – Clayton Kershaw, Dodgers Pitcher Ryan – Muhammad Ali   Segment 2: Texas State Sports Soccer team lost in overtime to UTSA in a thriller — gonna be a good team…

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Monday News Rundown (9-15-2014)

By Bethany Perales News Reporter  Hays County will be studying the FM 150 West Alignment this week. The Texas Department of Transportation, the Federal Highway Administration and Hays County is considering realigning a five mile section of FM 150 from Arroyo Ranch Road to Interstate 35 to enhance safety and mobility on the north side…