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KTOR Radio Station Launch
Students at Ball High School in Galveston have launched KTOR, an Internet radio station, at the school campus. More
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January 14, 2017 -- The City of Houston today conducted a clean up at a homeless encampment under the Highway 59 overpass in the Midtown/Museum Park area. More
January 14, 2017 -- Congressman John Culberson on Friday issued a statement following a vote on a budget resolution allowing for the repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act. More
January 13, 2017 -- Texas State Representative Wayne Faircloth on Friday joined fellow Texas House members in calling on the federal government to reimburse Texas taxpayers for $2.8 billion in border security costs. More
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January 13, 2017 -- Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner has responded to the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development's decision on the Fountain View housing project. More
January 13, 2017 -- Rice University recently assumed a role in a new $250 million robotics manufacturing institute. More
January 13, 2017 -- Galveston police recently arrested an officer for Possession of a Controlled Substance. More
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January 13, 2017 -- The Harris County Flood Control District has begun the second phase of a stormwater detention basin on Little Cypress Creek, part of a regional drainage infrastructure plan for an area of northwest Harris County. More
January 13, 2017 -- Texas State Senator Borris L. Miles on Friday announced that he has filed Senate Bill 482 to assist youth in the foster care system with access to higher education and career assistance. More
January 13, 2017 -- The Port of Galveston today announced that the United States Federal Maritime Commission has ruled in favor of the port in an appeal of a lawsuit filed by three private parking lot operators. More
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January 13, 2017 -- Students in the Media Arts and Digital Technology Community of Ball High School launched a 24/7, Internet radio station on Friday. The radio station is broadcast from the high school campus in Galveston. More
January 13, 2017 -- The Board of Pilot Commissioners for Galveston County Ports today discussed the application of the NW Gulf Federal Pilots to offer pilotage services in Galveston's ports. More
January 13, 2017 -- LyondellBasell today donated $100,000 to the Houston Fire Department and other local fire departments that serve industrial corridors to fund specialized emergency training. More
January 13, 2017 -- The City of La Marque on Thursday announced that the city's Department of Development Services has relocated to the city's Economic Corporation Building at 1130 First Street. More
January 13, 2017 -- St. Martinville in Louisiana will celebrate its Bicentennial on January 28 with various activities, including a municipal cook-off, at Longfellow-Evangeline State Historic Site. More
January 13, 2017 -- The Galveston County District Attorney's Office today reported that Damon Lee Dozier was sentenced to 7 years in prison on charges of animal cruelty. More
January 13, 2017 -- Houston Independent School District today issued a news release regarding the Houston ISD Board of Education's approval of a policy change to only use students' scores on high-stakes standardized tests for grade-level promotion decisions when doing so is required by state law. More
January 13, 2017 -- The American Red Cross of the Greater Houston Area will participate in a nationwide effort to install smoke alarms in homes across the country during the weekend leading into the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service. More
January 13, 2017 -- The City of Sugar Land is accepting applications through February 19 for the city's Integrated Water Resource Plan Citizen Task Force. More
January 13, 2017 -- The Galveston County Animal Resource Center will host a low-cost pet vaccination clinic and pet registration event on January 28. More
January 13, 2017 -- Houston police are investigating Thursday's fatal shooting of a man and a woman at 5250 Dewberry. More
January 13, 2017 -- The Texas State Senate, which convened for the 85th Legislative Session this week, received reports of lower projected revenues for the state for the upcoming biennium. More
January 13, 2017 -- The Houston Independent School District Board of Education on Thursday voted unanimously to elect Wanda Adams as board president. More
January 12, 2017 -- Texas State Representative Shawn Thierry has filed her first piece of legislation, a bill aiming to protect the elderly from financial abuse. More
January 12, 2017 -- Two Houston Independent School District schools have been nominated for the United States Department of Education’s prestigious national 2017 Blue Ribbon Schools designation. More
January 12, 2017 -- Texas Senate News has posted a release regarding Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick's and Texas State Senator Royce West's plan to protect police. More
January 12, 2017 -- The City of Galveston will host a public meeting on January 19 to discuss the upcoming rehabilitation of portions of Avenue S and Saladia Street. More
January 12, 2017 -- The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County has announced that the METRORAIL Red Line Red Line returns to normal service ahead of schedule at start of service ahead of service on January 13. More
January 12, 2017 -- Houston police are investigating the fatal shooting of a man that occurred at 10175 Harwin on December 7, 2016. More
January 12, 2017 -- Houston police have reported that charges have been filed against a suspect wanted in Wednesday's fatal shooting of a man that occurred at 8900 South Braeswood Boulevard. More
January 12, 2017 -- Shoreacres City Council on Monday voted unanimously to approve an ordinance providing for special speed zones on certain streets and highways. More
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