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The University of Houston College of Nursing joined Fort Bend County efforts to vaccinate residents against the Coronavirus.  Teams of faculty, staff, students and alumni volunteered more … more
WASHINGTON — U.S. Rep. Ron Wright, an Arlington Republican, has died. His campaign staff announced the news Monday. Wright had lived for years with cancer and was diagnosed with COVID-19 in … more
The proportion of Texans whose coronavirus tests come back positive has hit levels not seen since a summer wave of cases that eventually overwhelmed some Texas hospitals. Texas’ seven-day … more
Gov. Greg Abbott and other Texas leaders are rolling up their sleeves to get the COVID-19 vaccine and to encourage the public to follow suit. “I will never ask any Texan to do something that … more
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton in May urged the Trump administration to rescind millions of dollars in COVID-19 relief funds that Harris County planned to use for mail-in ballots, as Republican … more
Paetow’s impressive football season came to an abrupt and disappointing end Thursday when the program was forced to shut down because of an abundance of COVID-19 cases, canceling Saturday’s Class 5A-DI area playoff game against New Braunfels Canyon as a result. more
In a resurgence of the federal death penalty at the end of President Donald Trump’s tenure, his administration carried out two executions this week for men convicted in separate Texas murders … more
COVID-19 is having a significant impact on a Katy ISD football playoff season that has yet to start. more
Two vaccines from manufacturers Pfizer and Moderna may be approved for use in the U.S. in the next few weeks. That fact, combined with discussion about the rising number of cases of the COVID-19 … more
The number of Texas high school seniors filling out the federal financial aid application for college, known as FAFSA, is down so far from last year, a sign worrying state higher education leaders … more
Waller County Commissioners Court approved a draft agreement to provide CARES Act funds to county school districts, including Katy ISD, to help with connectivity and other remote learning expenses … 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
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
Katy ISD is now offering free COVID-19 screenings to all students of the district, said KISD Director of Risk Management Lance Nauman. The Food and Drug Administration-approved saliva-based test is … more
The Harris County Sheriff’s Office has announced that Deputy Johnny Tunches has passed away Nov. 3 after a fight with COVID-19. Tunches leaves behind a wife and three daughters. “Our … more
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston has been appointed by Harris County as the administrative agency for $40 million in emergency financial assistance. The help is available to … more
Katy ISD announced today that it will temporarily be shutting down in-person instruction at Seven Lakes High School after receiving a Corrective Action Advisement letter from Fort Bend County Health … more
A state appeals court on Friday upheld a Travis County State district court order allowing Texas counties to have multiple drop-off locations for hand delivery of absentee ballots, undercutting Gov. … more
Like the rest of the Texas high school football world, Katy will take what it can get at this point. more
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