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The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo announced Wednesday that the 2021 rodeo, which had been previously rescheduled to May, has now been cancelled outright, according to a press release from the … more
The University of Houston will begin offering a Doctor of Nursing Practice program after the Texas higher Education Coordinating Board voted unanimously to approve the educational program, according … 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
With three weeks left in the high school football regular season, Katy ISD remains well-represented as four teams are ranked in this week’s Houston area high school football media poll. more
Following its impressive 24-19 win over Katy on Nov. 5, Tompkins has jumped ahead three spots in this week’s Houston area high school football media poll. more
Midway through the season, four Katy ISD teams remain ranked in this week’s Houston area high school football media poll. more
Three Katy ISD teams are ranked in the top five of their respective classes in this week’s Houston area high school football media poll. more
Here’s a perfect example of Jake Arnold’s work ethic: during a six-week period between late August and early September, the Taylor High senior guard made 20,000 shots from the collegiate 3-point line. more
Mayde Creek joined the Houston area high school football media poll this week as the Rams came in at No. 19 in Class 6A. more
Harris Count Emergency Services District 48 fire crews responded to a call reporting a fire at 6:18 a.m. this morning indicating that the San Tierra apartment complex at 1818 Partnership Way, Katy … more
Katy High, Tompkins, Taylor and Paetow made early marks in the high school football media poll for the week of Sept. 24. more
A new report examining the impact of recent changes to bail practices in Harris County found that releasing more misdemeanor defendants from jail without requiring cash bail did not lead to an … more
The University of Houston’s Katy campus opens Monday for the fall semester. In preparation, staff and faculty have been preparing throughout the summer to establish safety protocols and … more
Last week, the football community mourned the loss of Bill Yeoman, the winningest head football coach in University of Houston history and innovator of the Veer offense. He was 92 years … more
Clyde N. Williams went to be with our Lord and Savior of on August 2, 2020 at Katy Methodist Hospital.  He was born January 3, 1939 in Houston, Texas, the son of Johnnye and Lorain … more
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
Bruce M. Henderson was born on September 13, 1949 in Brooklyn, New York, to William P. Henderson and Alice R. Volk. Bruce grew up in Brooklyn, New York and graduated from Long Beach High School in … more
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner announced a second round of $15 million in rental assistance for people financially struggling during the COVID-19 recession Friday, one day after he declined to … more
Jared Taylor, a graduate of Mayde Creek High School, has been chosen to receive a $2,000 dollar scholarship from the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9182 in Katy. To qualify for the scholarship, … more
Fort Bend County Judge KP Goerge appointed Reginald Robinson to the position of Fort Bend County director of community supervision and corrections, otherwise known as CSCD. Robinson was promoted from … more
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