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McKINNEY, TX -- A registered sex offender from North Texas must serve life in prison for molesting a 16-year-old Houston-area girl he met online and nicknamed "wifey."
The Pasadena Chamber of Commerce recently named Texas Citizens Bank as the 2015 Business of the Year. An award presentation ceremony was held at the “State of the City” luncheon at the Pasadena Convention Center Friday (Feb. 19).
A crowd of several hundred business and community leaders recently gathered for the annual “State of the City” address featuring Mayor Johnny Isbell. The event was held at the Pasadena Convention Center and hosted by the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce Thursday (Feb. 19).
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (February 20, 2015) – The Urban Cowboy legacy lives on as Country star Mickey Gilley launches the winter/spring portion of his North American concert tour, dedicated to the 35th anniversary of his iconic “Urban Cowboy” single.
Tickets for the Fourth Annual Pasadena ISD Athletics Hall of Fame Banquet will go on sale starting Monday (Feb. 23) at the school district’s sports ticket office.
HOUSTON – A mother accused of driving drunk crashed her car then abandoned her 10-year-old daughter in southeast Houston, according to investigators.
Filing is now open for seven city council positions in the May 9 election.
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DEER PARK, TX (KTRK) -- Students described Nancy Huffman as their "mom at school."
La Porte opened new doors for its animal and pet adoption services last week. It’s new centrally located Animal Adoption Center and Shelter officially opened Friday, February 20.
LEAGUE CITY, Texas - When Clear Lake Regional Medical Center held a reunion last month for all the people who helped save a man from a near-fatal heart attack, there was one person missing.
Students at La Porte High School had the opportunity to learn about China firsthand, thanks to a weeklong visit by students from Nankai High School.
BAYTOWN, TX (KTRK) -- Two Robert E. Lee High School students from Baytown haven't been in class and friends and family are very worried something has happened to them.
A Houston Police Academy cadet was arrested in South Houston after police say he discharged a firearm at his residence.
An arrest has been made in the Quba Islamic Institute fire case, Houston Fire Dept. officials confirmed to The Citizen Monday evening. The suspect, Darryl Ferguson, 55, is in custody was charged with first-degree felony arson by the Harris County District Attorney’s office.
Residents of a La Porte senior community had their vehicles vandalized Tuesday night, police said Friday.