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David Temple, a former Katy area football coach, is going through the process for sentencing for the murder of his wife, Belinda Temple in 1999. A hearing regarding change of venue for Temple’s … more
The Arc of Katy announced the honorees for its annual Founder’s Award and Volunteers of the Year award recipients in a Jan. 30 press release. Therese Lattal is set to receive the Founders award … more
Betty (8 years old) & Rita (5 years old) are German Shepherds that know basic commands and are available for adoption at Special Pals Shelter on Greenhouse Road just south of Clay Road. Betty and … more
The Katy Prairie Conservancy purchased a 636-acre tract of land north of the city of Katy off Pattison Road in the center of the Katy Prairie Preserve in December. The purchase allows the nonprofit … more
Katy area business owners, politicians and residents gathered Jan. 23 at the Embassy Suites at 16345 Katy Freeway to hear Katy Mayor Bill Hastings, Katy’s City Administrator Byron Hebert and … more
Innovations in the board game and brewpub industries over the last few years have led to a surge of craft beer and board game lovers.  JD Merritt and his wife, Jessica Merritt – co-owners … more
Katy City Council approved drainage projects and expansion of the city’s water system during its regular session Monday night. Water tanks associated with the Water Plant No. 7 were approved at … more
Republican Gary Gates has opened a big lead in early voting returns in the nationally targeted special election runoff for Texas House District 28, according to unofficial results. Gates got 59% … more
Drivers in Fulshear will need to pay attention to changing speed limit signs over the next few weeks as the city implements new speed limits on multiple roads in the city. Fulshear City Council … more
During its regular Jan. 21 meeting, the Katy ISD Board of Trustees voted to form a committee relating to a possible November bond election and gave KISD Superintendent Ken Gregorski an extended … more
Katy ISD held a dedication ceremony for Olga Leonard Elementary Jan. 16. The school’s namesake, Olga Leonard served as an educator in Katy ISD for 26 of her 30 years in education and was able … more
A 1,039-acre master-planned community which will include about 3,000 homes will be built in the northeastern corner of Clay and Schlipf roads is on its way, according to a press release from Land … more
KM Realty, a Houston-based property management and realty firm, expanded its inventory of properties by purchasing more than 36,000 square feet of space at the Morton & Fry Business Center Jan. … more
Competitive gaming is growing in popularity around the globe and locals, Noah and Brittany Godin are hoping their new store, Allegiant Gaming, which opened in October 2019, will help bring together … more
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