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March 13, 2020 - Gov. Greg Abbott declared Friday that the new coronavirus is a statewide public health disaster and said that Texas is on the verge of being able to significantly ramp up its testing … more
March 11, 2020 - Dozens of Texas universities announced Wednesday and Thursday that they would extend students' spring breaks and start switching to online classes, joining a swelling group of … more
Houston officials announced in a 12 p.m. press conference today that the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo will close down  due to novel coronavirus cases present in the Houston area. The action … more
Pattison’s City Council unanimously approved a resolution in support of all city residents participating in the 2020 census at their March 3 meeting. Council members and City Secretary Christa … more
Less than 24 hours after Fort Bend County announced its first “presumptive positive” case of Novel Coronavirus, Harris County officials have announced three more cases. Two of the new … more
For the first time since 2008, more Texans voted in the Democratic presidential primary than in the Republican primary — but just barely. With all polling places tallied Thursday, Democrats … more
"Coronavirus concerns prompt Austin officials to cancel SXSW" was first published by The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit, nonpartisan media organization that informs Texans — and engages with … more
With three counties, multiple congressional districts at the state and federal levels and a variety of other items on the ballot the Katy area had a plethora of elections March 3. The information … more
March 3, 2020 - Portending a long night awaiting definitive election returns in Texas, voters across the state still faced lengthy lines and wait times to cast their Super Tuesday ballots hours after … more
A man in his 70s who recently travelled abroad has tested “presumptive positive” for the COVID-19 virus – otherwise known as the Coronavirus – Fort Bend County Health & … more
The Texas Department of Public Safety is almost ready to roll out its long-awaited lab test to tell if cannabis is newly legal hemp or illegal marijuana. But DPS Director Steve McCraw notified Texas … more
A newly-released study from Northwell Health shows what Katy residents may already know – the mental health effects of Hurricane Harvey are significant and ongoing. Mental health issues for … more
A major water line broke in Houston on Thursday, flooding roadways and causing the state's largest school district, local colleges, polling places and businesses to close. The flooded roads caused … more
The Harris County Sheriff’s Office announced 32 arrests in a human trafficking initiative dubbed Operation Kickoff 2020 at a Jan. 18 press conference. Charges associated with the operation … more
The American Cancer Society has reported a decrease in cancer deaths in the U.S. of about 2.2% from 2016 to 2017 – the largest decrease in cancer mortality since statistics for cancer deaths … more
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
Two people died and one was taken to the hospital following a shooting on the Texas A&M-Commerce campus Monday, according to university officials. At 10:17 a.m. a student called university … 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
Texas carries out nation's first execution of 2020 for domestic violence slaying in Collin CountyBy Jolie McCulloughJanuary 15, 2020 Texas, the state that has put to death more people than any … more
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