We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!

top story
  • Updated

When Hamilton Loomis’ mentor, Bo Diddley, told him to find his own sound and not copy anyone else’s, that’s just what Loomis set out to do. Now, more than 20 years later, Loomis is playing rock and blues on his new Christmas album that doesn’t sound like the Christmas music one hears when me…

top story
  • Updated

Harris County Attorney Vince Ryan announced Nov. 21 that the county is filing a lawsuit against several companies involved in providing insulin and other treatments to diabetics. The lawsuit alleges that the companies, including pharmaceutical manufacturers Eli Lilly, Novo Nordisk and Sonofi…

top story

A 20-year-old man was shot to death and an 18-year-old woman was shot in the upper body or neck after an altercation with the woman’s teenaged brother, Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez said via Twitter. The young man died of his wounds while the woman was taken to a nearby trauma center aft…

top story

The Texas Supreme Court ruled Nov. 22 that a lawsuit filed by Harris County against Volkswagen, Audi and their affiliates can move forward, according to a press release from Harris County Attorney Vince Ryan’s office. The lawsuit was filed following the automakers’ use of software that allow…

top story

Katy Christian Ministries received amost 6,700 pounds of food from the Katy ISD administration staff after the district held an event to collect food for the local nonprofit. The event, entitled “CANstruction” by district officials also raised more than $1,800 in cash donations.

After an altercation at a Chevron located in the 10900 block of W. Little York Drive investigators with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office’s Violent Crimes Unit have requested help identifying a male suspect who shot another male over an argument on who was in line first at a local gas station.

The Harris County Sheriff’s Office was on hand to help with traffic control as Katy’s newest fast food restaurant, In-N-Out Burger. Ray Lee, the burger chain’s regional manager said the chain is pleased with the turnout and asked HCSO for help in advance in order to be prepared for the store…

A 47-year-old resident of Brookshire has been sentenced to ten years in prison after pleading guilty to sending homemade bombs to former president Barrack Obama and Texas Governor Greg Abbott in 2016, according to court documents. Sentencing was rendered in Houston Nov. 18 by Judge Vanessa G…

top story

Katy City Council approved multiple measures to bolster the Katy Police Department at its Nov. 21 special meeting. The city accepted the donation of Kiko, a German Shepherd from K9s4Cops and authorized the purchase of vehicles and equipment at a cost of just less than $316,000.

The Fulshear City Council unanimously approved a Chapter 380 development agreement to obtain a right of way and land near Primrose Park that will allow the city and county to extend Huggins Drive to FM 359. The agreement includes an initial payment to the Blackburn family who owns the land i…