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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
AUSTIN – The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) announced today its annual Christmas and New Year’s holiday traffic enforcement campaigns will kick off on Wednesday, Dec. 23. DPS is … more
State Senator Lois Kolkhorst (R-Brenham) and State Representative James B. Frank (R – Wichita Falls) announced that they have both filed legislation to solidify the rights of residents of long … more
Many Americans and businesses could be receiving a financial boost in the coming days, thanks to a last minute Congressional scramble to pass a $900 billion relief bill intended to address economic … more
Fulshear City Council adopted a development agreement with DR Horton for about 1,300 acres to be developed into residential housing. They also adopted, as required by state law, an increase to the … more
Fort Bend County Commissioners approved a second round of grant funding for small businesses through CARES Act funds allocated to the county at the governing body’s Dec. 8 meeting. The … more
A task force formed to ensure the security of the November election in Texas’ biggest county has found no evidence of wrongdoing after finishing its work. The Harris County Election Security … more
Royal High School junior Gary Miller III recently competed in the Texas High School Welding Series Cinco Ranch Championship, where he received 3rd place out of 15 Cypress area schools. In recognition … more
In a small building in downtown Katy next to Katy Bible Church, Ron Peters and his crew of staff and volunteers work to help Katy area residents continue to recover from Hurricane Harvey and other … more
Memorial Hermann announced Tuesday that it has received 16,575 doses of the Pfizer-produced COVID-19 vaccine and begun administering the inoculant to its frontline staff that work directly with … more
Katy City Council members approved mold remediation and repairs for the city’s Fire Station One with costs not to exceed $600,000 at their Monday afternoon meeting. Council also approved an … more
Katy ISD moved forward with forming of a bond committee to determine if the district should move forward with a bond referendum in the May 2021 election. If it moves forward, the district may utilize … more
Katy ISD announced Monday morning that it has received more than $1.1 million in funding for taking action to save energy throughout its facilities through the EnterPoint Energy Schools Conserving … 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
The Texas Education Agency announced via a press release Thursday that it has put a pause on the A-F rating system for Texas schools due to the challenges associated with education during the … more
Harris County Sheriffs Office investigators are looking into an accident that took the life of a pedestrian in the 18,200 block of Keith harrow Boulevard at about 4:40 a.m. Dec. 7, HCSO … more
Harris County Constable Ted Heap’s office announced via social media Thursday afternoon that Thomas Ryan Hubbard, 44, has been arrested at his home in the 3,600 block of Laverne Street on Dec. … more
The Fort Bend Junior Service League has been busy this year, said Colleen Fox, president of the volunteer organization. From last month’s Sugar Plum Market held at the Stafford Center to events … 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
Waller County commissioners discussed the status of the COVID-19 pandemic in Waller County and extended the county’s novel coronavirus testing efforts through Dec. 31 at their Dec. 2 meeting. … more
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