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March 11, 2020 - Dozens of Texas universities announced Wednesday and Thursday that they would extend students' spring breaks and start switching to online classes, joining a swelling group of … more
In a brief statement, Katy ISD’s Media Relations Manager Maria DiPetta released the district’s plans to provide breakfasts and lunches to all minors within Katy ISD. Meals will be … more
Katy native and Incarnate Word sophomore guard Macy Ray and her teammates were 45 minutes from leaving Thursday morning to the Merrell Center to warm up for their Southland Conference tournament game later that afternoon. more
Tears were shed, hugs were embraced, and consoling words were given. Common sights any other year at the Southland Conference men’s and basketball tournaments, but a surreal one this year. more
Katy ISD announced via its website that it will be extending spring break through March 22 in order to ensure student safety while concerns regarding COVID-19 are present. The district will reassess … more
Fort Bend County Judge KP George has announced that he has declared a state of public health disaster for the county. This declaration comes less than 24 hours after Harris County and the city of … more
The Southland Conference announced Wednesday evening it will limit attendance to its men’s and women’s basketball tournaments beginning Thursday morning due to precautions related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. more
Houston officials announced in a 12 p.m. press conference today that the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo will close down  due to novel coronavirus cases present in the Houston area. The action … more
A man in his 70s who recently travelled abroad has tested “presumptive positive” for the COVID-19 virus – otherwise known as the Coronavirus – Fort Bend County Health & … more
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