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Poland's Tusk denies claim on partition offerPoland's former prime minister denies that Russia suggested partition of Ukraine with Poland
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In this photo taken Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014, a computer screen displays Yardarm's publishing of real time gun events on Google maps in San Francisco. A California-based startup has designed new law enforcement technology that aims to automatically alert dispatch when an officer's gun is unholstered and fired. Yardarm can also track where an officer's gun is located and in which direction it's fired. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
California startup unveils gun technology for copsCalifornia start up creates gun technology that tells dispatch how, when cop guns are fired
The Associated Press22 minutes ago
FILE - In this Oct. 16, 2014, file photo, North Carolina Senate candidate Thom Tillis listens during a national security roundtable at the Wayne County Veterans Services in Goldsboro, N.C. North Carolina’s Senate race boils down to a battle of extremes. At least that’s how Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan and Republican challenger Tillis want voters to look at it. Running against President Barack Obama as much as he is against Hagan, Tillis calls the president’s health care law an “unworkable mess,” blasts American foreign policy as muddled and weak, and bemoans a $17 trillion-plus national debt.  (AP Photo/Gerry Broome, File)
Hagan and Tillis in a battle of 'extremes' in NCNorth Carolina voters left to decide who's really the 'extreme' Senate candidate
The Associated Press24 minutes ago
Germany's BASF warns on profits and shares dropGerman chemical, oil company BASF cuts 2015 outlook as global economic growth stutters
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Aaron Yah, center, makes comments to reporters as he stands with Saymandy Lloyd, left, and Youngor Jallah during a protest outside of Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014, in Dallas. Jallah, daughter of Louise Troh who was Thomas Eric Duncan's fiance listens as Yah comments on the care Duncan received from the hospital before passing away from complications of the Ebola virus. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)
Official cites 'epidemic of fear' in USGovernment health official: Likelihood of significant Ebola outbreak in US is remote
The Associated Press37 minutes ago
Farmers spray fertilizer on cabbage crops which will be harvested early next month and used mainly to make Kimchi at the Chilgol vegetable farm on the outskirts of Pyongyang, North Korea, Friday, Oct. 24, 2014. It looks like the residents of Pyongyang won’t be lacking for cabbage and vegetables come next month, when the crops will be harvested. Providing enough food to feed the nation is always a struggle for North Korea, which suffered a near cataclysmic famine in the 1990s but has since managed to increase its agricultural production to what international organizations believe is closer to the self-sufficiency level than the country has seen in years. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)
Despite dry spell, N. Korea farms see good harvestDespite dry spell, North Korean farmers expect good vegetable harvest next month
The Associated Press46 minutes ago
Chinese Finance Minister Lou Jiwei gives a speech during the signing ceremony of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing Friday, Oct. 24, 2014. China and 21 other Asian nations have signed on to the new international bank opposed by Washington as an unnecessary rival to established institutions such as the World Bank.(AP Photo/Takaki Yajima, Pool)
China, 20 other countries initiate new Asian bank21 countries initiate new China-backed Asian bank opposed by US as rival to existing lenders
The Associated Press1 hour ago
This undated photo taken from an Instagram posting shows an overlook of Crater Lake in Oregon with a rock painting. The National Park Service is investigating paintings and drawings of eerie faces found on rocks across the West in some of the country’s most recognizable wilderness areas, including Crater Lake. (AP Photo/Instagram)
Paintings in national parks spark probe, furorPaintings, drawings of faces found on rocks in national parks across West; probe underway
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Riot police watch protesters placing a mock coffin during a rally outside the U.S. Embassy in Manila, Philippines Friday, Oct. 24, 2014. The rally was held to coincide with the funeral of Filipino transgender Jeffrey "Jennifer" Laude in Olongapo city in northwest Philippines. U.S. marine PFC Joseph Scott Pemberton is being tagged as a suspect and is now detained in a US facility inside the sprawling general headquarters of the Philippine armed forces. The coffin reads: "Down with U.S. Imperialism." (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez)
Marine murder case reveals US-Philippine sore spot2 rings of security _ 1 US, 1 Filipino _ around arrested Marine reflect sore spot in relations
The Associated Press1 hour ago
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  • San Marcos shelter offering discount adoptions during Adopt-A-Shelter-Dog Days

    The San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter invites the community to Adopt-A-Shelter-Dog Days taking place now through Oct. 31 at the San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter's Adoption Center, located at 750 River Road in San Marcos as part of the national Home 4 the Holidays campaign. "With as many as 7 million homeless pets in the U.S., it is important everyone get involved to help save an orphaned animal this holiday season," said Cole Evans, Animal Shelter Supervisor. Austin American-Statesman, Tue, Oct 21 2014 @ 10:43 PM
  • A War Widow Reaches Out

    On Memorial Day in 2007, Taryn Davis spoke from home in San Marcos, Texas, with her husband Michael, a 22-year-old U.S. Army corporal in Iraq. They chatted about the usual things: their dogs, TV, how they both were doing. Wall Street Journal, Thu, Oct 23 2014 @ 02:39 PM
  • Texas bullet train meeting focuses on rail stations

    SAN MARCOS, Texas - The first public meeting on a private company's plan to build a bullet train between Houston and Dallas drew unanimous support for the multibillion-dollar project, but also repeated warnings from residents and local officials that the locations of the stations are vital. Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen, Thu, Oct 23 2014 @ 09:58 AM
  • Dialogue series engages community in philosophical discussion

    Robert Fischer, philosophy associate professor, talks Oct. 22 about veget- erianism and feminism at the San Marcos Public Library for the Philosophy Dialogue Series. Every Wednesday at 3:30 p.m., Texas State's Philosophy department holds a dialogue at the San Marcos Public Library. The University Star, Thu, Oct 23 2014 @ 01:41 AM
  • San Marcos CISD reverses door greeter policy

    A policy requiring district employees to monitor a locked entrance to each school within the San Marcos school district has been discontinued, just days after it was put into place . Superintendent Mark E. Eads said greeters who unlock doors for visitors will no longer be required. KXAN-TV Austin, Wed, Oct 22 2014 @ 06:06 PM
  • Next phase in RR 12 project approved

    Funding for a center turn lane between Hugo Road, and Saddle Ridge Drive on RM 12 has been proposed, which hopes to improve safety on RM 12. The Hays County Commissioners Court approved an advanced funding agreement with the Texas Department of Transportation, continuing the next phase of the safety project for Ranch Road 12 , during its Oct. 7 session. The proposal will allow for the funding of a center turn lane between Hugo Road and Saddle Ridge Drive on RM 12. This project is part of a proposition to issue $207 million in Hays County road bonds for safety and mobility improvements. The University Star, Wed, Oct 22 2014 @ 02:32 AM
  • Fashion students detail fall clothing trends, staples

    Fall. A time of year when pumpkin spice lattes reign supreme, boyfriends find their favorite hoodies missing and students across the country begin compiling the perfect wardrobe additions to help them transition from sweltering Texas heat to the slightly-less-hot autumn. Members of the Texas State Fashion Merchandising Association shared their favorite fall trends and how to style them while the women of San Marcos sister boutiques Two P's and Calli's- Maggie Ximenes, Kellea Goebel, Katelyn Knapp, and Mary Katherine Underbhuk-broke down their top picks for when the temperatures begin to drop. The University Star, Wed, Oct 22 2014 @ 12:05 AM
  • No charges after BB gun fired on Texas school bus

    Authorities have declined to charge two boys after a BB gun fired aboard a Central Texas school bus left two other students and the driver slightly hurt. The Hays County Sheriff's Office says a 10-year-old boy who had the gun did not aim at anyone. Tyler Morning Telegraph, Thu, Oct 23 2014 @ 12:31 PM
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