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AUSTIN — Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton on Oct. 5 announced he had joined an Indiana-led coalition of 11 state attorneys general in a friend-of-the-court brief seeking dismissal of a … more
Michael Jermaine Williams was arrested for possession of a controlled substance. Bond set at $10,000. Nathaniel Freeman was arrested for theft of property. Bond set at $5,000. Francisco … more
Dr. Jean Moffatt Samaan, M.D., the only daughter of Cyril and Lillian Ann Moffatt, was born in Nottingham, England on Dec. 2, 1933, and left this world on September 30, 2018. Surrounded by her … more
Industry, Texas For Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018 Receipts – 847 compared to 899 last week Trend – Steady to 2 higher on good active market Choice Steer Calves 150-300 lbs. – … more
I am sorry, Mom, but I am not a good cook. My grandmother served us Dairy Queen steak fingers, rolled-up lunch meat and mac and cheese when we were kids, and I think I’ve taken after her rather … more
AUSTIN – The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service office for Travis County will have its annual Demonstration Garden Open House and Plant Sale from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Oct. 20. The open house and … more
Pictured from left are Abigail Richards, junior princess; Emily Maddox, freshman princess; Brianna Gallaher, senior Homecoming Court; Hannah Taake, 2017 Homecoming Queen; Destiny Interiano, 2017 … more
The Brazosport Exporters staked claim to their land by forcing the visitors to punt on their first possession and turned that into points within four minutes of the opening kickoff. more
Trailing by nine points with 13:10 left to play, one of the nation’s top offenses still needed a spark in its conference opener. more
The Brazosport Exporters started the season 0-3 scoring a total of 17 points. more
As we “think pink” in October for Breast Cancer Awareness month, we must also think prevention and early detection. Even with improved treatments and greater awareness, breast cancer is still the … more
PFC Zachary L. Palmer of the U.S. Marine Corps is currently deployed with the Embassy Security Forces Group in the Middle East. more
SUGAR LAND — Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital is offering a four-part series for Fort Bend residents who are coping with the loss of a loved one. The series titled “What is Grief, Really? … more
People and their activities cause more than 90 percent of all wildfires in Texas. The largest number of human-caused wildfires is a result of careless debris burning. Other causes of wildfires … more
And what is more fun than not one but TWO rodeos and mutton bustin’ contests for the kiddos! Since the Fair has grown to two weekends and the little cowboys and cowgirls love our Lil’ Wrangler … more
With a revolving door at the quarterback spot for the Tulsa Golden Hurricane, Heisman-trophy candidate Ed Oliver could have a field day Thursday night in Houston’s conference opener on ESPN. more
The muddy, rainy conditions of Saturday morning were not enough to slow down Sealy’s JV girls cross country team who raced to their fourth win in as many chances. more
The Faith Academy Student Council sponsored “See You at the Pole” on Sept. 26. The council members – seniors Jeff Perry, Lacy Phillips, Juniors Nathan Taake, Regan Woodley, Jolie Wass, … more
I’m a talker. I love chatting with people, and after church, a block party or school drop-off you’re likely to find me among the stragglers who linger for a few extra minutes to catch up … more
AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott and Lupe Valdez on Sept. 28 appeared together on television for 60 minutes in the only scheduled gubernatorial debate, a forum hosted by the Lyndon Baines Johnson … more
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