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Although May was a rough period for real estate companies all over Greater Houston, things have started to look up these past two months. In fact, home sales have increased, even surpassing sales in … more
For the first time in months, Texas’ sales tax revenue increased when compared with the same period last year despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Comptroller Glenn Hegar said … more
The University of Texas at Austin will kick off the football season Sept. 5, albeit with a stadium open at half its capacity, athletics officials told ticket holders on July 20. While both NCAA … more
As the COVID-19 pandemic drags into the late summer months, many aspects of daily life have had to be modified for a new lifestyle that demands less interaction and more hygienic precautions. Places … more
Texas students will still have to take the STAAR test next year, but fifth and eighth grade students will be able to move on to the next grade even if they fail, Gov. Greg Abbott announced … more
Texans in the Rio Grande Valley and along the Coastal Bend continued to face the impact of now-Tropical Storm Hanna on Sunday. The storm, which made landfall as a Category 1 hurricane Saturday … more
Three weeks after Gov. Greg Abbott required Texans to wear masks, epidemiologists and disease modelers say they are cautiously optimistic that the mandate is helping the state turn a corner in its … more
Texans out of work due to the new coronavirus are bracing for the loss of a $600 weekly addition to their unemployment benefits as Congress’ two chambers appear split over extending the … more
As Fulshear continues to grow at an extraordinarily rapid rate, it faces challenges in infrastructure development, updating its city statutes to better-serve its residents and make sure that it … more
The University Interscholastic League announced Tuesday morning that fall sports competition in Classes 5A and 6A will be delayed about a month but Classes 4A and below will remain on … more
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar delivered bleak but unsurprising news Monday: Because of the economic fallout triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, the amount of general revenue available for the … more
With the pandemic raging across America, many Katy area residents have lost their jobs. This is why John Glaser, a local photographer, is working with Headshot Booker and Brookfield Properties to … more
The Houston Astros are continuing their daily Summer Camp training workouts at Minute Maid Park and the University of Houston in preparation for a 60-game season that will start July 24 if it … more
The Katy Area Chamber of Commerce will be holding their second annual Business to Business Expo and luncheon on Sept. 10 , 2020. The keynote speakers are Jim McIngvale of Gallery Furniture and … more
Families are spending more time at home than ever before. Stay-at-home guidelines have led many parents to expand their culinary horizons, and time in the kitchen can be made more enjoyable by … more
The Waller County Commissioners Court approved a new rice dryer reinvestment zone and addressed the rising COVID-19 case numbers seen statewide. The court approved an order designating the … more
Virginia Smith, 80, wakes up every morning and goes through the same routine she has had for the last four years. She tends to her husband Fred’s daily needs, a necessity after he suffered two … more
After a two-month hiatus, the Fort Bend Children’s Discovery Center in Sugar Land will be re-opening with new changes designed to keep children and families safe from COVID-19. more
The Pattison City Council approved an agreement with Waller County and will host a COVID-19 testing site, as discussed during their July 7 meeting. The council passed an interlocal agreement … more
Local officials and experts in Austin, San Antonio, Houston and Fort Worth have expressed concerns in recent days that increasing coronavirus hospitalizations could overwhelm their intensive care … more
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