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Wendy Duncan was just reelected to the board of the Willow Fork Drainage District, a special purpose district set near the Barker Reservoir south of I-10 between the Grand Parkway and Highway 6. … more
Texas again sets record for new coronavirus infections as testing also sees sustained highs By Edgar Walters, Carla Astudillo, Chris Essig and Mandi Cai, The Texas Tribune Nov. 25, … more
Cyber Monday is a lucrative day for retailers. According to Adobe Analytics, which measured transactions from many popular online retailers in the United States, consumers spent an average of $11 … more
It’s been a tough year for everyone, which can take a toll on our mental health. Texas continues to set records for COVID-19 cases, and health experts fear the holidays could exacerbate an … more
Harris County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Jason Spencer announced at a press briefing last night that HCSO investigators are looking into an apparent murder-suicide in the 19,400 block of … more
The Fort Bend Teen Service League has donated $1,000 to the Sugar Plum Market Place and $250 to the Fort Bend Education Foundation. The $1,000 donation went to the market which is a holiday … more
The Texas attorney general’s office has fired the last remaining whistleblower who alleged Ken Paxton broke the law in doing favors for a political donor — just days after aides had sued … more
The Harris County Sheriff's Office announced Monday that it will be ramping up efforts to head off package thefts across the county as the holiday season moves forward. Officers will be utilizing … more
The Houston Ship Channel port complex and its public and private terminals, collectively known as the Port of Houston, is now the number one port in the United States in terms of total waterborne … more
COVID-19 vaccines may be coming soon, but most Texans won’t get them for months. Here’s why. By Shannon Najmabadi and Edgar Walters, The Texas Tribune Nov. 20, 2020 … more
Ashley Vann, Leah Wilson and Greg Schulte were sworn in as trustees for Katy ISD during the board’s regular Nov. 18 meeting. Afterwards the KISD Board of Trustees approved multiple measures, … more
Seth Reid, a scout with Troop 925 which meets at Westland Baptist Church, has gathered items to create care packages for local law enforcement agencies to share with children affected by traumatic … more
The Texas unemployment rate dropped to 6.9% in October, the U.S. Labor Department said Friday, an improvement from the state’s September rate of 8.3% as a new wave of coronavirus infections … more
Katy ISD student and former Katy Tigers quarterback Bronson McClelland has filed a lawsuit against Katy ISD, district Superintendent Ken Gregorski and Katy High School Principal Rick Hull to request … more
Anthony Petronella and Chad Craig, owners at Scholars and Scoundrels Bar and Grill at 1251 Pin Oak Road in Katy, said 2020 has been challenging, but focusing on staff, quality food and fun are what … more
Both the city of Katy and Katy ISD voted to approve the results of the Nov. 3 city council and board of trustees elections, respectively, Tuesday evening. The elections for both entities saw changes … more
Two men were arrested and sent to the Harris County Jail after high-speed chases the morning of Nov. 10. Adarrius Del Jackson, 31, and Christopher Fuller, 27, were arrested after a Katy Police … more
Sewer system blockages can be a major expense for municipal utility districts – often known as water districts. Users flushing inappropriate things down the toilet cost MUDS – and … more
Gordon Baker, a paramedic with Harris County Emergency Services District 48, is in the hospital with a serious case of COVID-19, according to a post on HCESD 48’s Facebook page. The post … more
Fort Bend County libraries have begun Phase Two of reopening their buildings to visitors. The second phase will allow visitors access – though somewhat limited – to the county’s … more
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