Archives for

San Marcos

President Signs Carter/Cornyn POLICE Act, Opens Active Shooter Training to More Emergency Personnel

Congressman John R. Carter, The threat of an active shooter is increasingly real. Sadly, Central Texans and all Americans are all too familiar with responding to active shooters. The deadly attacks in Killeen, Fort Hood, Dallas, joined with the tragic events outside of Texas, including those in San Bernardino, Sandy Hook, and Virginia Tech, are

School Asks Eighth Graders How Far They Would Go Sexually

 Officials stand by sex-ed lesson designed to teach ‘appropriate’ middle school dating behaviors Parents of a middle school student in San Marcos, Cali., were upset over questions posed to their daughter during an apparent sex-ed lesson. In a family life and health class lesson purporting to teach “appropriate” dating behaviors for the middle school level,

Firefighters battle raging San Diego wildfires

 California firefighters were battling wind-whipped wildfires on Friday, as some 125,000 people fled their homes in the San Diego area and police arrested at least two people on arson-related charges. The cluster of fires comes as California enters its peak fire season amid its worst drought in decades. Officials worry it could be a particularly