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May 19, 2018 -- The La Porte Police Department today responded to a fire at Kuraray America's EVAL site at 11500 Bay Area Boulevard. More
May 19, 2018 -- Houston Independent School District on Friday held the Educators of the Year banquet, recognizing Darron Smith and Alejandra Ortega as the 2018 Educators of the Year. More
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May 18, 2018 -- Residents are invited to attend the second Missouri City Public Input Meeting on the future Skatepark from 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., on Thursday, May 24, at the Recreation and Tennis Center. More
May 18, 2018 -- Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner today issued a statement regarding the shooting at Santa Fe High School. More
May 18, 2018 -- Harris County Judge Ed Emmett today announced that parts of the downtown Criminal Justice Center, which had been damaged during Hurricane Harvey, will be reopened next month in an effort to reduce jail crowding and speed up the judicial process. More
May 18, 2018 -- The Harris County Community Services Department will host a series of open house events to gather comments regarding services the county could provide utilizing $1 billion in federal funds for Hurricane Harvey recovery efforts. More
May 18, 2018 -- Theatre Under the Stars in Houston has announced the cast of its production of "Guys & Dolls." More
May 18, 2018 -- Houston recently hosted its Turnaround Houston! Readiness fair at the Emancipation Park Cultural Center. More
May 18, 2018 -- San Jacinto College, during its recent commencement ceremony, presented associate degrees to 28 students at the Pasadena Early College High School. More
May 18, 2018 -- Houston police are investigating today's shooting of a man at the 1500 North Loop service road. More
May 18, 2018 -- The Houston Independent School District on Thursday announced the appointment of Silvia Saenz Trinh as chief of staff and Julia Dimmitt as chief human resources officer. More
May 18, 2018 -- Houston City Council Member Dave Martin has advised that work will start on Monday for panel replacements along Evergreen Valley Drive. More
May 18, 2018 -- Houston will host its 6th Annual Houston Hackathon event during the weekend. More
May 18, 2018 -- The San Jacinto Museum of History Association has announced that it is participating in the Blue Star Museums Program, offering free entrance to active duty military personnel, including National Guard and Reserve, and their families, from May 28 through September 3. More
May 17, 2018 -- Ieshia Champs, whose law school graduation picture went viral on social media, will be a featured speaker at Cornelius Elementary School’s inaugural Career Day. Three of Champs’ children attend Cornelius Elementary. More
May 17, 2018 -- The Houston Independent School District is beginning to plan for a possible May 2019 bond referendum as part of a strategic capital plan designed to rebuild schools and strengthen security at campuses throughout the district. More
May 17, 2018 -- Career and Recovery Resources, Inc. welcomed guests to a kick-off reception on Tuesday evening to highlight its upcoming 22nd Annual Barrier Breaker Award Luncheon and to introduce community leaders who will be honored at the event. More
May 17, 2018 -- The Texas Alliance for Safe Communities today issued a statement regarding reports that 14 Harris County Criminal Court at Law judges have demanded an injunction to prevent a bail reform order by federal Judge Lee Rosenthal. More
May 17, 2018 -- The Houston Police Department today reported that Brandon Venegas has been arrested on murder charges in connection with Monday's fatal shooting of a man at 4005 Hollister. More
May 17, 2018 -- University of Houston-Clear Lake today announced that Assistant Professor of History Neal Dugre has been awarded the 2017 Walter Muir Whitehill Prize in Early American History. More
May 17, 2018 -- Pasadena City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to approve, on final reading, award of a $2,276,165 contract to Mar-Con Services, LLC for the Pansey Street Paving and Drainage Improvements Project, Phase I. More
May 17, 2018 -- Officials from several cities and counties impacted by Hurricane Harvey have sent a letter to Texas Governor Greg Abbott asking for the state to provide funding of the local match required by federal grants associated with projects aimed at flood mitigation efforts. More
May 17, 2018 -- The Port Commission of the Port of Houston Authority today voted unanimously to enter into a memorandum of agreement with the United States Army Corps of Engineers for maintenance dredging of berths at the Bayport Container Terminal and Auto Terminal, Barbours Cut Terminal, JacintoPort Terminal, and CARE Terminal in an amount not to exceed $1,730,000. More
May 17, 2018 -- University of Houston will host a forum on May 21-22 to discuss the utilization of blockchain technology to efficiently track the flow of goods and services. More
May 17, 2018 -- The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County is offering free rides to Houston area polling locations on Friday and Tuesday for the May 22 Primary Runoff Elections. More
May 16, 2018 -- The Harris County Department of Education on Tuesday named Highpoint East teacher JoAnna Lee as the 2018 Teacher of the Year. More
May 16, 2018 -- The Houston Airport System today announced that Raymond S. Polley has been named the new port director to head Customs and Border Protection operations at George P. Bush Intercontinental Airport as well as Hobby Airport. More
May 16, 2018 -- Houston police are investigating Tuesday's shooting and wounding of a juvenile male at 4141 Barberry. More
May 16, 2018 -- Houston City Council today voted unanimously to approve an ordinance canvassing the results of the May 5 Special Election to fill the vacancy left by the death of Council Member Larry Green in District K. More
May 16, 2018 -- Seabrook City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to approve an agreement with the Seabrook Economic Development Corporation for funding of the design costs for the State Highway 146 Expansion project, in an amount not to exceed $1 million. More
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